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The City Council of Sterling Heights, Michigan is considering an amendment that would require certain landscaping ordinances for its residents this summer. CandG Newspapers reports that on May 14th, the Sterling Heights Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend to the City Council certain regulations regarding single-family residential homes. The...

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In its latest annual digital security report, Verizon found some interesting — albeit somewhat scary — connections between large-scale data breaches in 2014 and simple mistakes that could have been prevented, specifically pertaining to commercial POS systems and digital storage devices. The 2015 Data Breach Investigations Report found that,...

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Americans generally assume that the medications, foods and other ingestible products they purchase are safe. And why shouldn’t they? The United States has measures in place to monitor the quality of everything from the actual product to the integrity of its packaging, with additional ASTM standards and FDA requirements...

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Stanford University professor of education Mitchell Stevens has stated that he believes the traditional four-year on-campus experience of many college students is not the best way for them to learn. Part of the problem is that colleges and universities aren’t as well regulated as lower-grade schools, so it can...

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