- Southeastern University’s record enrollment of 4,500 is almost halfway to its audacious goal of 10,000 students in five years.
- Citing a time crunch and frustration over budget decisions, City Commissioner Keith Merritt says he won’t seek re-election. His parting hope: a working wage for city commissioners so that more working-class people will be attracted to the job.
Source: The Ledger
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