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Latest Public Service Items
Virginia's foreign-born population grew from one in 100 in 1970 to one in nine in 2012, University of Virginia researchers said Tuesday.
The head of a group dedicated to preventing pregnancy among teenaged girls is scheduled to speak Wednesday at the Clinton School of Public Service.
The MBTA's retirement fund board has been asked to appear at a hearing of the Legislature's Joint Committee on Public Service after a vote to keep the fund's performance secret.
The Denver Post, the Greeley Tribune and the Vail Daily won first place awards for general excellence Friday in the annual Colorado Associated Press Editors & Reporters contest.
University of Virginia demographers say the state's population growth slowed last year, but it's still outpacing the nation.
Researchers at the University of Virginia say more than one in 10 Virginians receives food stamps.
Former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino will be recognized By the Boston Bar Foundation for his 20 years of leadership with the 2014 Public Service Award.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Thursday at an event in Little Rock, Ark., that she prays former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will run for president, saying it would send a powerful message to women in the world.
Working for the government may sound like a sweet gig — regular hours, generous benefits, job security — but it turns out that it's not how things look from inside the bureaucratic bubble.