Employment Picture Improving for Conn. Law School Grads – Connecticut Law Tribune

Connecticut Law TribuneEmployment Picture Improving for Conn. Law School GradsConnecticut Law TribuneOverall, Twardy said the job market for new law school graduates seems to be "improving modestly," with hot hiring areas including real estate law and insurance litigation. The job market "is not back to pre-2008, but there are signs of life in the …


Frontenac County Schools Museum: 'Early' teachers had challenges – The Kingston Whig-Standard

The Kingston Whig-StandardFrontenac County Schools Museum: 'Early' teachers had challengesThe Kingston Whig-StandardIn urban areas, such as Kingston, teachers were often clergymen or men of intellectual stature, as teaching was based mainly on the knowledge of religion and the classics as well as being of good moral standing in the community. …. Becoming more …and more »

When it rains, it pours – Amarillo.com

Amarillo.comWhen it rains, it poursAmarillo.comAmarillo Police Sgt. Brent Barbee said many of the hot spots prone to flooding — such as the Third and 10th Avenue underpasses downtown, as well as underpasses along Interstate 40 — did, and a great deal of water accumulated in southwest Amarillo …and more »