sack of lime county
, time out of time county
, country music county
In the March primary, nearly 10 percent of polling-place workers were county
The Houston area's low cost of living has enabled the county
to maintain positive inmigration, which benefits its retail base and residential real estate sector.
Los Angeles County
government loses huge sums of money - perhaps as much as $1 billion a year, according to one statistical model - because of fraud, waste and corruption, and officials concede they are making scant progress against the problem.
While there are no exact figures, the county
Grand Jury last summer estimated welfare recipients are defrauding taxpayers of $500 million a year.
boasts two gas stations, one bar, 1,208 souls and not a single terrorist target.
In addition, collar county
voters cast nearly as many Democratic ballots in the March primary--179,660--as in the 1998 and 1994 primaries combined--189,657.
Insignia will work for Nassau County
free of charge, though certain "rights" will be offered to the firm.
At the most basic level, the records of the building, repair, expansion, furnishings, and uses of successive courthouses from 1843 to 1940 in Union County
, North Carolina, will provide the means for exploring an interplay among politics, economic development and material culture in the New South.
Jones' death, which is still under internal investigation by the Prince George's County
Police Department, sparked a minor furor at Howard University.
These data usually are provided by county
officials or by the public after animal-human interaction (bite, scratch) or after an encounter with an animal exhibiting rabies symptoms.
The number of jobs in the average retirement-destination county
increased 34 percent during 1979-89, three times the 11 percent growth in the average nonmetro county
(Cook & Mizer, 1994).