By Nick Nunn Staff Writer The Morgan Memorial Hospital (MMH) ended the month of November 2013 with a net loss of more than $256,000 despite an average daily census of 19.7 patients. The net patient revenue fell to approximately $415,000 from October’s $1,080,814 to around $665,000
Front: Jewish Family & Children’s Services Chief Operator Officer Rick Aranson, Faith Roman, JF&CS Director Eve Bogan, Camp Twin Lakes Executive Director Eric Robbins, Charles Baldwin, Terry Roman, JF&CS Chief Executive Officer Gary Miller. Back: David Burbach, JF&CS First Vice President John Perlman, Camp Twin Lakes Director
By Leila Dycus staff writer New technology is coming to a local school and is said to be harnessing the technology they already have. “The kids are more at home in the digital world,” said principal of MCES Ty Snyder. “They’re more at home on an iPad
On December 16 a burglary complaint was filed at an East Washington Street location. According to reports, a woman stated that someone entered her residence through a laundry room window. The woman said she received a phone call from her children while the complainant was at work.
On December 22 a simple battery complaint was filed at a Hayes Street location. According to reports, a woman said she became involved in a verbal argument with her aunt that turned into a physical fight in which the aunt allegedly punched the complainant in the left
By Tia Lynn Lecorchick The Rutledge City Council convened on Dec. 16 to swear in three newly-elected city officials, honor two departing council members and to vote on three submitted requests. Judge Charles Merritt swore in two new city council members, Tim Smith and Bruce
Staff Reports Staff Reports The Historic Preservation Committee met on Dec. 10 to review several requests to alter a number of property features. The board approved: • A construction addition for Ron Erwin’s property at 584 Foster Street. • The installation of fencing, walks and parking for
On December 13 a fraud complaint was field at the Madison Police Department. According to reports, a woman came to the department and reported that she had lost her debit card while attempting to make a purchase at EZ Bottle Shop, West Washington Street. The woman said