As of April 1, 2014, it became more convenient to pay a traffic ticket from your mobile device. Marion Superior Court in partnership with Local Government Online (LoGO) Indiana, a subsidiary of NIC Inc. (NASDAQ: EGOV) revamped their online traffic ticket payment application to be mobile-friendly, making it easily accessible from a mobile phone or… Keep reading →

This year, it will be easier than ever for residents of Nevada County to pay their property and real estate taxes. The Tax Collector’s Office today announced that it is taking credit card payments, meaning residents can avoid lines at the Collector’s Office and pay their taxes from anywhere with an Internet connection. “We are… Keep reading →

The National Retail Federation is moving forward with the creation of a program that will provide retailers access to information on cybersecurity threats identified by retailers, government and law enforcement agencies and partners in the financial services sector. The program, developed in consultation with the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), will launch… Keep reading →

As of April 10, 2014, law enforcement professionals across the nation will have a powerful new tool that will change the way they and the public respond to suspected terrorist and criminal acts and large-scale emergencies. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) has partnered with CitizenGlobal, a leading eyewitness video and photo platform, to… Keep reading →

Conducting business with the City of Marlow is now faster and more convenient. Online Bill Pay, offered through, allows utility customers to pay monthly service bills quickly, conveniently and securely. The new system eliminates the hassle of mailing or delivering payments, and best of all, it is available 24-hours a day. “We are so… Keep reading →

Clearwater County, Idaho, residents can now pay for marriage licenses, permits, water bills and other services using credit and debit cards at the county clerk’s office in Orofino, County Clerk Carrie Bird announced. “Paying by credit or debit card is a faster and more convenient option for a lot of our customers, especially if they’re… Keep reading →

Residents in search of breaking news about Lee County Road #925 bridge construction or the annual Youth Fishing Derby now have a new source of information. The county launched its first-ever website last week at The website was developed in partnership with the Information Network of Arkansas (INA) and the Connect Arkansas e-Community Strategies… Keep reading →

Today, Yahoo News ( debuts Katie Couric’s interview with former New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. The story is available at: In his first major interview since leaving office in December, Bloomberg, the U.N.’s newly appointed Special Envoy for Cities and Climate Change, strongly defended his administration against critics. Among the wide-ranging topics… Keep reading →

Enjoying Maryland’s great outdoors has never been easier thanks to the Maryland Department of Natural Resource’s new mobile app. The AccessDNR app provides the state’s hunters, anglers, boaters, park-goers ─ anyone seeking outside adventure ─ all of the latest in nature-related recreation, information and news right at their fingertips. The free AccessDNR mobile apps are… Keep reading →

Residents of Gem County, Idaho, can now pay for their planning, zoning and building permit fees using credit and debit cards, Brad Clark, Gem County Development Services supervisor announced. “We have been receiving requests for this service for a long time and are very pleased to have finally stepped into the 21st century,” Clark said…. Keep reading →

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