Alabama governor says he likely will propose retirement incentives plan for state workers MONTGOMERY -- Gov. Robert Bentley today said he likely will propose an incentive program to encourage state agency employees to retire. He gave few details, but said he probably would unveil details before too long and then ask legislators in the 2013 ... 09/19/2012 - 7:51 am | View Link
Alabama State of the State Address 2012 Robert Bentley's (R) 2012 state of the state address: Lieutenant Governor Ivey, Speaker Hubbard ... tough competition from other states and with limited ability to offer incentives to businesses. So why are national and international business leaders ... 02/6/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
Alabama State of the State Address 2004 Bob Riley's (R) 2004 state of the state address: Lieutenant Governor Baxley ... In the same vein, retirement and benefit liabilities for state employees are spiraling out of control. The measures we will propose will put us in line with the benefits ... 02/3/2004 - 11:00 am | View Link
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Alaska Division of Retirement and Benefits The Alaska Division of Retirement and Benefits administers State of Alaska retirement and benefit plans. 07/24/2014 - 2:39 am | View Website
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Alachua County now leads all other Florida counties in the number of acres used to raise blueberries, but some local growers say this blossoming field is threatened by a shrinking supply of a key ingredient: pine bark.
WELLFLEET — A military projectile possibly dating to the World War II era has been destroyed after it was found on a Wellfleet beach. A fisherman found the device in the sand at Marconi Beach at about 3 p.m. Wednesday and alerted authorities. The state police bomb squad responded and the device was blown up on the beach at about 7 p.m.
WOBURN — A Middlesex County jury has awarded $14 million to the family of a 90-year-old nursing home resident who died in 2008 after being taken to the hospital suffering from a variety of untreated ailments. Genevieve Calandro was taken to the hospital after falling out of her wheelchair at the Danvers nursing home.