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September 16, 1998 | by Jim Nolan, Daily News Staff Writer
It seems only fitting that the District of Columbia's entry in the 1998 Miss America Pageant was a White House intern. But Nicole Messina isn't bragging about it. In fact, the 23-year-old South Jersey native did not even include it on her official biography for the contest. "I didn't want anybody to have any preconceptions about who I am," said the 1993 graduate of Camden Catholic High School, who worked for the Clinton administration from January to April in 1997. "The Monica effect is far-reaching.
NEWS
May 17, 2006
A commentary on May 9 misidentified the job title of John McAuliff. He was director of the Indochina program within the Peace Education Division of the American Friends Service Committee.
NEWS
March 20, 2015 | By Regina Medina and Abby Cruz, Daily News Staff Writers
EDUCATOR Sandra Gonzalez has an inactive principal certificate - that means she cannot work as a principal at any public school in Pennsylvania. Yet, 2014 payroll records at Antonia Pantoja Charter School identify her as principal, a website run by her employer lists her as principal, Gonzalez occupies the office reserved for the principal, and she takes the lead on issues concerning Pantoja at monthly principal meetings. During interviews by phone and at the North Philadelphia school last week, more than a dozen parents, students and staff named Gonzalez when asked if they knew who the principal was. "Sandra Gonzalez is the principal of Pantoja," said parent Maryelis Santiago, 26, whose daughter Lindsey Viera, 6, is in kindergarten.
SPORTS
June 6, 1996 | by Phil Jasner, Daily News Sports Writer
After 43 years in basketball, the last 29 at Princeton, has Pete Carril had enough? Obviously not. Carril, who retired as the Princeton coach after the NCAA Tournament, is joining the Sacramento Kings as an assistant coach. A job title? "Godfather," replied Kings vice president Geoff Petrie, who played for Carril at Princeton. "He has one of the best minds in basketball, he's a great resource. He sees a different game than a lot of people. " Carril accompanied Petrie and Kings head coach Garry St. Jean to the opening of the NBA's predraft camp Tuesday night at Moody Bible Institute.
NEWS
November 11, 1990 | By Rosalee Polk Rhodes, Special to The Inquirer
Diana May, an employee in the Pine Hill tax department, has filed a grievance accusing the borough of denying her $1,500 in retroactive pay. May, 23, the stepdaughter of Mayor Joseph Nunes, said she has worked as a deputy tax collector for the last three years. Yet, on Oct. 12, when borough employees received a 5 percent pay increase retroactive to January, May was denied the salary increase on the basis of her job title. Borough Clerk Joan Schneebele contends that May's position as deputy tax collector is one that requires yearly council appointment and that she has no record of May's reappointment to the position this year.
NEWS
June 10, 1987 | By Andrew Maykuth, Inquirer Staff Writer
Bernard Madrack says he is sick of being criticized publicly and is leaving government work for good. Madrack, whose $32,000-a-year appointment at the Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority (CCMUA) had focused debate on the county's patronage practices, submitted his resignation last week after the New Jersey Civil Service Commission voided his job title. Madrack, 33, a former aide to U.S. Rep. James J. Florio (D., Camden), singled out Camden County Freeholder Richard Wooster, a Republican, and recent articles in The Inquirer as unfairly portraying his appointment at the county sewerage authority.
NEWS
August 17, 2009
I'M OUTRAGED about City Council allowing pay raises to some employees while people are getting laid off, state workers aren't being paid, and our mayor has decided to make major cuts. Why would a part-time employee who makes $30 an hour need a raise to $42? I'd like to know what her job title is, and what she does for the city. Another employee used to make roughly $86,000 but now makes about $94,000. I would think if we are suffering from economic hardship in the city, and the state can't finalize a budget that lets state employees buy food and pay their bills, maybe the mayor could start putting some pressure on City Council.
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 10, 2016
ARIES (March 21-April 19). Things should work right. That's why you don't like to buy extended warrantees or maintenance accessories. Maybe things that are too difficult to keep up aren't worth the trouble of having. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Despite what seems like your endless capacity for accepting the foibles of others, you may surprise all by taking umbrage at something rather small. This will keep them from taking you for granted. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Ideas that come to you for other people need to be expressed.
BUSINESS
January 31, 2016
In addition to a manager, Boyds employs these people to handle different aspects of tailoring garments. Title Number Master tailor/fitter . . . 4 Master tailor . . . 2 Fitter/tailor . . . 2 Tailor . . . 3 Shirtmaker . . . 2 Pants tailor . . . 2 Pants finisher . . . 1 Coat finisher . . . 3 Women's tailor/fitter . . . 1 Women's tailor . . . 1 Women's fitter . . . 1 Sleeves/buttonholes . . . 2 ...
SPORTS
December 24, 2015 | BY BOB COONEY, Staff Writer
MILWAUKEE - Sixers coach Brett Brown often talks of the fluidness of the organization and how things are always on the move. That has been quite evident over the past few weeks, with the hirings of Jerry Colangelo as chairman of basketball operations and of Mike D'Antoni as associate head coach. Tuesday, Brown confirmed that the team had talked and worked out veterans John Lucas III and Chuck Hayes, but that nothing was imminent. On Wednesday, however, the team added a veteran presence to the lineup as Carl Landry made his season debut after being sidelined with a wrist injury.
NEWS
March 20, 2015 | By Regina Medina and Abby Cruz, Daily News Staff Writers
EDUCATOR Sandra Gonzalez has an inactive principal certificate - that means she cannot work as a principal at any public school in Pennsylvania. Yet, 2014 payroll records at Antonia Pantoja Charter School identify her as principal, a website run by her employer lists her as principal, Gonzalez occupies the office reserved for the principal, and she takes the lead on issues concerning Pantoja at monthly principal meetings. During interviews by phone and at the North Philadelphia school last week, more than a dozen parents, students and staff named Gonzalez when asked if they knew who the principal was. "Sandra Gonzalez is the principal of Pantoja," said parent Maryelis Santiago, 26, whose daughter Lindsey Viera, 6, is in kindergarten.
NEWS
February 9, 2015 | By Amy Worden, Inquirer Harrisburg Bureau
HARRISBURG - Controversy has nipped at Erik Arneson's heels over the nearly two decades he served as a spokesman for Senate Republicans. His first boss, Sen. David "Chip" Brightbill, became majority leader after his predecessor was sent to jail for corruption. Brightbill, of Lebanon County, was ousted in 2006 over an ill-fated legislative pay raise. And Arneson's last boss, Sen. Dominic Pileggi of Delaware County, was pushed out as majority leader in a coup last fall. But now Arneson, 44, for years the affable face of Senate Republicans, is at the center of his own high-profile storm.
SPORTS
May 23, 2014
RUBEN AMARO JR., from beleaguered general manager of the Phillies to commissioner of baseball? Amaro laughed a little at the thought. But a story on the New York Post's pagesix.com on Wednesday night listed Amaro as a candidate for the job of Major League Baseball commissioner, a job title being vacated in January when Bud Selig is expected to retire. The Post's story centered on Bob Iger, Disney's chairman and CEO, listing him as a favorite of MLB's succession committee.
NEWS
March 12, 2014
A story Tuesday about the National Museum of American Jewish History misstated the job title of Josh Perelman. He is the museum's chief curator and director of exhibitions and collections.
NEWS
February 15, 2013
IS U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz 80 percent decided toward running for governor of Pennsylvania in 2014? We think that may be a little on the low side. Montgomery County Democratic Chairman Marcel Groen cited that percentage last Friday to Capitolwire. Schwartz later told The Morning Call of Allentown that the number was "pretty accurate. " Schwartz, who represents Philadelphia and Montgomery County, has $3.1 million in her campaign fund, raised under the strict restrictions for federal races.
NEWS
January 8, 2013
Armstrong had a choice I have been a professional cyclist for 11 years, and never has my job title seemed as loaded as it does now in the wake of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's reasoned decision that found Lance Armstrong and many other professional cyclists guilty of rampant doping. I am proud and happy to say that I have never taken drugs and have never been offered drugs in my entire career as a professional cyclist. While I can only truly speak for myself, I do not believe that my story is atypical of my U.S.-based colleagues.
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