• Arizona: Governor Katie Jobbs Announces Record Low Unemployment, Private Sector Job Gains

    Phoenix, AZ – On Thursday, June 20, 2024, the Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity released the state's May Employment Report, showing that the unemployment rate decreased from 3.6% to 3.4%, the lowest jobless rate since 1976. Additionally, today.... Read more

  • City of Long Beach Launches Pilot Tax Credit Program to Support Local Cannabis Businesses

    Long Beach, CA – In an effort to stimulate growth in the local cannabis industry and promote community benefits, during its April 9, 2024, meeting, the Long Beach City Council approved with a 9 to 0 vote a Cannabis Tax Relief Plan and ordinance.... Read more

  • Governor Abbott Deploys Texas Emergency Management Resources To Support New Mexico

    Governor Greg Abbott today announced that he has deployed Texas emergency management resources to New Mexico to assist in the response efforts for multiple large wildfires and flash flooding impacting the state.. Read more

  • Spokane: SPD seeking help from the public in identifying person of interest

    Daniel Strassenberg, PIO The Spokane Police Department is seeking help from community members in an effort to identify a person of interest related to an assault investigation that began back on April 27th, 2024 at Northtown Mall. SPD Detectives are.... Read more

  • City Of Chicago Office Of Equity and Racial Justice and Chicago United for Equity Announce Co-governance Steering Committee

    Representatives from across the city will work toward defining what co-governance means for Chicago!. Read more

  • Tacoma: Letters of Interest Due July 8 at Noon to Serve on Fire Levy Ballot Measure 'For' and 'Against' Committees

    June 20, 2024 Letters of Interest Due July 8 at Noon to Serve on Fire Levy Ballot Measure 'For' and 'Against' Committees TACOMA, Wash. – The City Clerk's Office is seeking volunteers to serve on committees to prepare statements "For" and.... Read more

  • Columbia: Road closure on Sussex Drive near Scott Boulevard for concrete slab replacement

    Starting at 7 a.m. Tuesday, June 25, City of Columbia Public Works street crews will be performing road work to replace deteriorated concrete slabs on Sussex Drive. During the planned construction period June 25-26, a portion of Sussex Drive wil. Read more

  • Tacoma Police Department Receives High Marks from CALEA On-Site Inspection

    June 17, 2024 Tacoma Police Department Receives High Marks from CALEA On-Site Inspection TACOMA, Wash. – As part of our Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) accreditation, The Tacoma Police Department supports an annual.... Read more

  • Tacoma: Special City Council Meeting June 21 Will Continue Charter Review Recommendations Discussion

    June 20, 2024 Special City Council Meeting June 21 Will Continue Charter Review Recommendations Discussion TACOMA, Wash. – The City Council will continue its discussions on the Charter Review Committee's recommendations for refinements to the City.... Read more

  • Texas: First Lady Abbott Hosts 2024 Governor's Community Achievement Awards Ceremony In Austin

    First Lady Cecilia Abbott last night hosted the annual Keep Texas Beautiful Governor's Community Achievement Awards ceremony at the Governor's Mansion in Austin to recognize the countless volunteers across the state who help keep Texas clean and beautiful. Read more

  • Long Beach Animal Care Services Invites Community to Participate in Foster the 4th Ahead of Independence Day

    Long Beach, CA – Long Beach Animal Care Services (LBACS) invites the community to participate in Foster the 4th, an initiative focused on providing safe homes for shelter animals during the Fourth of July holiday period. "I encourage all residents.... Read more

  • Naperville: City Partners with Local Organizations to Host Two Sculptures from Olmec Trails: Culture and Legacy Exhibit

    The City of Naperville is partnering with local organizations to showcase two sculptures from the Olmec Trails: Culture and Legacy exhibit this summer and fall. One statue is displayed in downtown Naperville at the Nichols Library, 200 W Jefferson Ave.... Read more

  • San Antonio: Residents Give City Highest Ever City Services Satisfaction Rating

    SAN ANTONIO (June 20, 2024) — The results of the City of San Antonio's 2024 Community Satisfaction & Budget Priority Survey show the City is setting the national standard and breaking local records in resident satisfaction in delivery of its.... Read more

  • San Antonio: City Council Approves Naming of Rosedale Park Pavilion in Honor of Boxer Robert Quiroga

    City Council Approves Naming of Rosedale Park Pavilion in Honor of Boxer Robert Quiroga SAN ANTONIO (June 20, 2024) — Today, City Council unanimously approved naming Pavilion 2 of Rosedale Park after San Antonio's very own legendary boxer – Robert.... Read more

  • San Antonio: Collaborative Commission on Domestic Violence Releases Cumulative Progress Report and Strategic Plan

    Collaborative Commission on Domestic Violence Releases Cumulative Progress Report and Strategic Plan SAN ANTONIO (June 18, 2024) - The Collaborative Commission on Domestic Violence (CCDV) released its Cumulative Progress Report and Strategic Plan. The.... Read more

  • San Antonio: City Provides Funding for Small Business Impacted by Construction

    City Provides Additional Funding for Small Business Impacted by Construction SAN ANTONIO (June 18, 2024) – Applications are now open for the City of San Antonio's Small Business Construction Support grant. The program offers targeted relief to small.... Read more

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  • Florida: Governor Ron DeSantis Signs Two Bills

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Today, Governor Ron DeSantis signed the following bills: HB 725 – Veterans' Long-term Care Facilities Admissions CS/CS/HB 1329 – Veterans To view the transmittal letter, click here. ###. Read more

  • Spark!Fishers festival kicks off next week

    The weeklong Spark!Fishers festival presented by Meijer returns to Fishers' Nickel Plate Cultural District this summer. Kicking off on Monday, June 24, and running through Saturday, June 29, the festival offers ways for the community to celebrate.... Read more

  • Boston Public Schools Closed Friday, June 21, 2024

    Today, Thursday, June 20, is the last day of school for Boston Public Schools.. Read more

  • Juneau: Assessor's office to begin canvassing this month

    The City and Borough of Juneau Assessor's Office conducts inspections of various taxable properties within the borough between April and October every year. With about 12,000 taxable parcels throughout Juneau, the Assessor's Office divides the.... Read more