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Lew Crouse, a custodian at Cecil Elementary School, has donated more than $7,000 for the school to buy computer equipment for its 240 students.
A Milwaukee County Board panel has voted to revert to using county employees for its previously privatized janitorial jobs at the courthouse.
The first online seminar for 2014 is just around the corner.
Scientists at the University of Colorado have been putting a grant to good use by working on an innovative toilet that they hope can revolutionize health in developing countries.
After nearly a year of negotiations, the Barrington Area Unit District 220 board has ratified a new contract for support staff, including yearly 2 percent pay increases.
The government's two-week custodian training program will soon see 20 local workers certified for janitorial work with the Ministry of Education.
A team of fire protection engineering researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) is investigating the fire safety risks associated with green construction.
Front-line staffs at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston, and Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, are being praised for their parts in the hospitals being completely clear of MRSA blood stream infections for two years.
Larry Brosemer has a job essential in helping ensure campus days, and nights, run more smoothly.