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| McClatchy-Tribune Information Services

Sept. 20-- El Paso County Attorney Jo Anne Bernal is warning area residents about a possible roofing scam in light of recent heavy rains. Bernal said in a news release that the recent stormy weather has created a breeding ground for "storm chasers," or fly-by-night roofing contractors who go door-to-door offering their services at low prices, or offering new roofs...

 

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Lois Capps is seeking her ninth full term in the U.S. House of Representatives, but judging from results of the June primary she will have to woo Democrats-- and possibly some Republicans-- back to the polls to vote for her on Nov. 4. Republican Chris Mitchum, 70, of Santa Barbara is challenging Capps for the 24th Congressional District seat. The district includes San...

 

| McClatchy-Tribune Information Services

Jeremy Magri, assistant to the Picayune police chief, said Picayune residents Joel C. Bennett, 78, and Judy Savarese, 68, were pinned in between the vehicle and the shop's front counter. Pearl River County Coroner Derek Turnage said Bennett was taken to Highland Community Hospital, where he died. Savarese was taken to Highland Community Hospital, then airlifted...

 

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Sept. 20-- ANSONIA-- Aldermanic President Phillip Tripp aims to unseat longtime state Sen. Joe Crisco, D- Woodbridge, in a race for the 17th District. Tripp announced his intentions earlier this year to run in the district, which covers Ansonia, Beacon Falls, Bethany, Derby, Hamden, Naugatuck and Woodbridge.

 

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Not only was Winchester native and former Navy SEAL Glen Doherty hung out to dry by his own government in Benghazi, his family is now being deprived of the benefits from a life insurance policy he was forced to take out as a CIA contractor. As part of Doherty's security contract with the CIA-- which took him to hot spots around the globe-- he was required to buy a life...

 

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The American Benefits Council issued the following news release:. The American Benefits Council continues to urge congressional action to improve the regulatory atmosphere for defined benefit pension plans and commends the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Select Revenue Measures for holding today's hearing on the challenges facing the defined...