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Kiwi expats explain how unrestricted Denmark copes with Omicron

Kiwi expats living in Denmark shared their experiences of a country without any restrictions despite tens of thousands of new cases per day. The Scandinavian country was one of the first in Europe to remove all Covid restrictions with more than 80% of its population over five double hits and …

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Medicaid programs work to meet pandemic behavioral health needs

A Kaiser Family Foundation survey found that all responding programs had at least one initiative to expand behavioral health services. The difficulty of accessing behavioral healthcare is not new, but the COVID-19 pandemic has further aggravated the imbalance between need and access. The pandemic has resulted in more people suffering …

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NCTC Seeks to Advance Information Sharing Efforts Through New Mobile App

The National Counterterrorism Center today launched a new mobile app for sharing counterterrorism alerts with military and federal law enforcement. The new app will also soon be available to state, local, tribal, territorial and other partners, according to the center. Officials say it will help bring real-time alerts and other …

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Victoria announces $6.5 million plan for LGBTQ community

She said a 21-year-old woman from Melbourne, Jenny, came to VincentCare accommodation after a spell of couch surfing and was grateful she ‘didn’t have to hide’ her bisexuality just to have a safe home. “Specialised, peer-run LGBTIQ+ organizations in Victoria are critically important and play a crucial role in supporting …

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‘Havana Syndrome’ Could Be Caused By External Power Source: Intel Community Experts

The U.S. intelligence community has yet to determine what is causing the debilitating symptoms and bizarre experiences of hundreds of U.S. government personnel in dozens of locations around the world, according to a new report from a group of experts. experts. But the latest intelligence report on what is commonly …

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Health hazard fears: Christchurch Street bombarded by bird poo

A group of Christchurch residents are asking for help to deal with a shitty situation in their neighborhood. Families living on Dudley Street say thousands of birds nesting in the trees above their homes are covering their properties with poop, raising concerns about the danger to public health. Becca Hughes …

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Harry and Meghan express ‘concerns’ to Spotify over misinformation

The couple first raised the issue last April and have continued to urge Spotify to root out misinformation, a spokesperson for their foundation, Archewell, said on Sunday. Their invention comes after Neil Young and Joni Mitchell both asked Spotify to remove their music from the platform, objecting to his popular …

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Brock Makerspace Launches New Learning Paths – The Brock News

Have you ever wanted to create a song, design a custom sign, or experiment with 3D modeling and electronics? Brock University Library’s Makerspace is launching a new series of themed, curated “journeys” that combine a variety of online workshops with hands-on maker hours. Workshops help attendees deepen their knowledge, develop …

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The Pryor Center Presents “”Once Forgotten” – A Short Historical Documentary”

Photo submitted Obed Lamy The Pryor Center Presents lecture series presented by the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History at the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences continues Thursday, February 3 with a screening of Obed Lamy’s documentary film once forgotten. Lamy …

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Union County Awards 66 “HEART” Grants Bringing the Arts to the Community – Union County, New Jersey

The annual Union County HEART Grant Program funds programs that connect artists to their community (photo credit: Jo Hayes via Institute of Music for Children). The annual program provides funding for workshops, performances, festivals, exhibitions and more. Union County, NJ – The Union County Board of Commissioners announces that 66 …

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Professor Michael Baker on the impact of Omicron on health in the community

New Zealand wakes up this morning to tighter Covid-19 restrictions after a family in the Nelson-Tasman region was confirmed to have the Omicron variant. Ten people have now tested positive in the family’s household, as has one flight who worked on a flight they were on between Auckland and Nelson. …

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Lucknow man summoned over Clubhouse group which targeted Muslim women, joins probe today: Delhi Police

Delhi Police Cyber ​​Cell has summoned an 18-year-old man from Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, to join the investigation after it was discovered he allegedly started a group on the Clubhouse app, where several users reportedly made disparaging remarks against Muslim women. On Saturday, Delhi police said they identified the user ID …

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Delhi police register suo motu FIR against derogatory Clubhouse cat | Latest Delhi News

Delhi Police on Tuesday recorded an FIR (first information report) against unidentified individuals over an offensive conversation on Clubhouse, a social audio network, in which participants could be heard making derogatory comments about Muslim women. Snippets of the recorded audio conversation have since been widely shared on social media platforms …

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Afghan MPs fight for their country in exile | News

In November, 28 former female MPs met in Greece. They had fled the Taliban in dramatic fashion and were now reunited in a community center run by Melissa Network, a grassroots organization for migrant and refugee women that played a role in their evacuation. The journalist Amie Ferris-Rotman was here; …

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How the Costa Concordia wreck changed an Italian island

GIGLIO PORTO, Italy – The winding granite rocks of the Tuscan island of Giglio lay bare in the winter sun, no longer hidden by the sinister cruise liner that ran aground in the turquoise waters of this marine sanctuary ten years ago. Few of the approximately 500 residents of the …

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No live broadcast of the special board meeting

(Des Moines, Iowa – January 13, 2022) – Due to limited staff capacity, the City Communications Office is unable to livestream the special Friday morning (January 14) City Council meeting. from Des Moines. We will then post an audio recording of the event on DSM.city. The meeting begins at 7:30 …

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UNC Researchers Receive $ 4.3 Million From PCORI To Study Strategies To Improve Health Outcomes For Youth With Developmental And Developmental Disabilities And Their Parents

Kathleen C Thomas, PhD, MPH of UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy to lead a comparative research study on the effectiveness in improving health outcomes for youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and their parents through two interventions peer group, one led by parents and one adding training in advocacy …

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Kathputli live: Musicians, puppeteers from Delhi colony will attract digital viewers | Latest India News

These days, a group of about half a dozen artists from the Kathputli Colony – puppeteers, drummers, dancers – come together, wearing masks, to practice their art in a small aerocon room. The room, whose wall is covered with black fabric, has a mobile phone on a tripod, a microphone, …

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Community center modernized in 2021 | Local news

With the Community Center reaching 20 years of use, the City invested in improvements to the facility in 2021. Community Services staff proposed improvements to improve the community center with $ 550,000 set aside in the capital budget to begin a longer term vision for the facility. A summary of …

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’77 Flavors’ podcast takes couple to every neighborhood to dine out and explore Chicago history

LAKEVIEW – A Lakeview couple expand perceptions of the city’s people – and their palates – in a popular podcast that explores Chicago one neighborhood restaurant at a time. Jordanian cook Sara Faddah and comedian Dario Durham, co-hosts of “77 Flavors of Chicago,” kicked off the weekly podcast on a …

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New citizen science project aims to track important avian migration routes in Nova Scotia

Each year in southwestern Nova Scotia, a barely noticeable series of nocturnal chirps signals the presence of a bird route in the sky above. A citizen-focused project is now using new technology and AI to map these migratory routes and other important habitats in the province. The Listening Together project …

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How the digital switchover and increased community engagement have helped Indian museums adapt to the new normal

A few museums in India vie to be something new in their post-pandemic recovery rather than a diminished version of what they were Open since May 2021, the Kerala Museum, one of the oldest in Kochi, located in lush greenery in the heart of Edappally, is increasingly crowded on weekends. …

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Music for the deaf, theater for the blind: how the arts reach out to people with disabilities

Companies like SRT are well aware of the struggle to generate demand. Although it has increased, Adams said the challenge remains that “the service may be available, but we shouldn’t expect people to just show up at the door.” Instead, gradually building a culture of patronizing the arts requires a …

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Challenge the Professor: Berks Biz Heroes

I thought a great way to end the holiday season was to celebrate the business heroes in our community that you might not know. So, for this month’s Challenge the Prof, I looked to track down Berks’ corporate heroes. And, I found some SUPER! The kind who succeeds, cares about …

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The PLA faction has hit the wrong target

I campaigned for greater investment in Broadmeadows a decade before I was elected a local MP, founding the Global Learning Village model for lifelong learning at the heart of this impoverished community to the point of even missing of a public library. The proposal for global ideas proved to be …

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Notice: The telescope that will replace Hubble will be launched at Christmas. Here’s why it’s important

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is a next-generation instrument designed to scan the cosmos, with capabilities that exceed and complement the venerable Hubble Telescope. It has been a long time coming, but it is a very exciting prospect to see the astronomical community take another step forward. The Webb …

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Hidden no more: New book from Free Soil Arts Collective tells the stories of Lowell’s Black

Cover of the book “Hidden in Plain Sight: Stories of Black Lowell”. PHOTO: HENRY MARTE, MARTE MEDIA Free Soil Arts Collective has launched a book of interviews with black residents of Lowell. “Hidden in Plain Sight: Stories of Black Lowell,” released December 13, delves into the town’s history that is …

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New “Downtown Park” to be Renamed “Watertown Area Community Foundation Square” (Audio) | Local news

At tonight’s City Council meeting (12/20/21), the naming rights agreement for the Watertown Area Community Foundation Plaza was submitted for approval and authorizing City Manager Amanda Mack to sign documents commemorating the grant. Jan Deberg – Executive Director, Board of Trustees Liam Culhane, Joel Vockrodt and Kristen Henderson were present …

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The pandemic failed to curb the generosity of federal employees

The best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox, or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. Not all federal employees may be in the office for the second consecutive holiday season. But your generosity is not discouraged by the pandemic. In fact, on Tuesday’s …

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Dell Nashville STEAM Innovation Grant

The grant will fund student experiences and creative learning. Hydroponic gardens, setting up a broadcast studio and designing a new traffic flow to keep bus riders safe – these are not examples of college courses; these are examples of future student projects at five MNPS colleges. Five colleges have been …

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ABC Heywire winners celebrate life stories across regional and rural Australia

ABC Heywire has announced the winners of its annual regional storytelling competition, which places young Australians at the center of the conversations that shape their communities. Hundreds of Australians aged 16 to 22 from regional, rural and remote areas entered the competition by ‘telling it like it is’ about life …

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In brief: Pacific news

Samoa confirms Covid-19 case at MIQ The Samoa Ministry of Health has confirmed a positive case of Covid-19 detected among a group in quarantine at a hotel in Apia. Health Director General Leausa Dr Take Naseri confirmed that it was a 24-year-old man who had traveled from Hawaii via Fiji. …

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Recap: Bombers’ names went to CFL Awards

HAMILTON – On the heels of an 11-3 season that has separated them from the rest of the field, it’s no surprise that the Winnipeg Blue Bombers also topped the 2021 CFL Awards. Quarterback Zach Collaros was named the league’s MVP, while Stanley Bryant was named the MVP. Linebacker Adam …

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Paul Davison of Clubhouse on Hypergrowth and Becoming a “Real Business”

In just a year, Clubhouse’s explosive growth forced incumbents in the industry like Facebook, Twitter and Spotify to introduce similar audio products or, in some cases, to make strategic acquisitions in the space. Amazon is working on its own competitor Clubhouse, according to The Verge. But the hype around social …

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Loan of laptops to facilitate the job search

It’s definitely not your grandfather’s library anymore. You can still browse your literary favorites, but the March of Time, which has seen offerings like audiobooks, videos, CDs and DVDs appear on library shelves in the past, has taken another leap forward. – to Jeffco, anyway. Chromebook laptops can now be …

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Charleena Lyles lawsuit: Seattle reached $ 3.5 million settlement in fatal police shooting of pregnant mother of four

The case was due to be tried in February 2022, but the settlement was reached on Monday, according to a press release from lawyers representing Lyles’ family and estate. The terms of the settlement include the payment of $ 3.5 million and the dismissal of officers Steven McNew and Jason …

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Pamplin Media Group – Clackamas County Offers Life with Chronic Disease Course

Six-week free online workshop series aims to help people manage health issues Clackamas County will be offering a six-week free online workshop series on Living the Best of Your Life with Chronic Diseases. A maximum of 12 people can take each course while using their own devices or computers equipped …

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Campaigners call for impeachment of Kansas City police chief after comment

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A comment from Kansas City Police Chief Rick Smith at the Cameron Lamb shooting scene has upset many, including Mayor Quinton Lucas. The mayor said the chief’s words are harming the urban community. A recording of Smith speaking to other officers at the scene, where Lamb …

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Interview with Dr Sonya Bennett, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, on Sky News Live, first edition November 30, 2021

Date published: November 30, 2021 Public: General public PIERRE STEFANOVIC: Well, Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Sonya Bennett is joining us live now. Doctor, good to see you. Thank you for your time this morning. We are at five cases at the moment. Are there others, to your knowledge? SONYA …

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‘A Christmas Carol’ opens at the Hedgerow Theater – Delco Times

ROSE VALLEY – On the heels of a successful reopening with the sold-out series of ‘The Weir’ by Conor McPherson, Hedgerow Theater Company continues its 99th season with indoor performances in a delightful community-driven adaptation of the vacation favorite by Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol” for all ages. Until Friday, …

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Take route 66 to a city of reconciliation and growth

Tulsa, OK, downtown skyline from a park with trees, grass, rocks and a stream in the foreground. … [+] The park is Gathering Place, a $ 465 million, 64-acre park that is the largest privately funded community space in U.S. history. getty I met a friend at a church service …

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Police present footage of officers shooting Ajmal Amani during tense community meeting

Ajmal Amani was possibly suffering from a mental health crisis when he was shot dead by two police officers on November 19 at the Covered Wagon Hotel in SoMa. During a virtual community meeting held on Wednesday afternoon, the SFPD confirmed that Officer John Quinlan fired at the gun that …

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Telephone Telehealth Visits May End Soon Unless Lawmakers Act: Shots

Community clinics say easing restrictions on telehealth during the pandemic have allowed health workers to connect with hard-to-reach patients via a phone call – people who are poor, old or living in remote areas and don’t. not having access to a computer or cell phone with video capability. Silke Enkelmann …

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Audio descriptions will run and run | Television

It’s not just the captions that are used by people beyond the community that they were designed to help (Passage Notes, November 16). As an audio description, I recently met several people who broadcast a TV show or movie and then access the audio description service, allowing them to listen …

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PREVIEW: WEST BROM (H) – News

All the information you need before Saturday’s game – Huddersfield Town preview against West Brom– Tickets still available– Listen on iFollow HTAFC Huddersfield Town returns to Sky Bet Championship action after international break when they face West Brom at John Smith Stadium; Kick-off at 3 p.m. Town enters the game …

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Legal Forms Signing Technical Video Here To Stay

Remote viewing of important legal documents such as wills, statutory declarations and affidavits via video will become a permanent feature of the New South Wales legal landscape. Attorney General Mark Speakman said legislation to cement the temporary measures had been passed by both houses of the New South Wales Parliament. …

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We are here to help | Rowan today

Everyone faces stress and anxiety, but no one has to deal with it alone Dear university community, As some may know, a student died on campus earlier this week. Our hearts go out to family, friends and others who knew this student. We understand that people want information in times …

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SU Press celebrates University Press Week

Syracuse University Press is celebrating the 10th annual University Press Week (UP Week) from November 8 to 12. In honor of UP week, libraries will host an exhibit featuring books from Syracuse University Press. SU Press is also offering a 50% discount off the list price on books ordered from …

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News | City of San José

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACTElisabeth Handler, Head of Public Information, Office of Economic Development408-535-8168; [email protected] San José welcomes Sonic Runway back to City Hall on November 5, 2021Illuminated sound art installation back by popular demand SAN JOSE, California (October 29, 2021) – The Office of Economic Development and Cultural Affairs of …

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Jimmy Terry builds community at PGA Frisco

Community (name): a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common. How rewarding would it be to develop an entire community? PGA Professional Jimmy Terry has been bringing communities together in golf for the past two decades. A Texas-born golfer, Jimmy believed that …

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Robservations: Crain’s Adds “Juice” to Political Coverage; Steve Harvey renews his radio contract; TV Academy launches a podcast

Juice Observations on the media beat: AD Quig Chicago’s next mayoral election may be 16 months away, but Crain’s Chicago Business is poised to significantly expand its coverage in politics and government. Monday will mark the launch of Juice, a new daily morning email focused on “the intersection of power …

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Latinx State of the Wine Industry Summit Announces Event Program, Reveals List of Sponsors and Community Partners

Advertising Through a series of panels, rapid networking, special speakers, virtual booths, and a completely immersive virtual experience, attendees will be able to learn, support and connect with LatinX’s ever-growing wine community of producers, entrepreneurs and wine experts. New York, NY – October 11, 2021 – Hispanics in Wine, a …

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Chief Medical Officer sues Kona Community Hospital

The chief medical officer at Kona Community Hospital is suing the hospital, Kona Outpatient Surgery Center and three people over a personal dispute. The case revolves around an attempt by hospital officials to force his client to leave, Hilo attorney Ted Hong, representing Elizabeth Ann Groshong, said. “Someone made illegal …

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Wicklow Community Notice Board – Independent.ie

Personal alarms he Roundwood and the District Community Council are registered to administer the Elderly Alert Program, which provides grants to the elderly for the provision of personal alarms. The personal alarm gives reassurance to allow an independent life, knowing that you can quickly be in contact with a family …

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Ghostrunner is coming to PS5 – PlayStation.Blog

Hello everyone, I am delighted to be able to discuss the launch of Ghostrunner on PlayStation 5. This next-gen version of Ghostrunner allows gamers to experience all the jaw-dropping action of parkour in its ultimate form, and this new and improved version of Ghostrunner provides interesting improvements. Before we jump …

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Chris Bishop presents National’s plan to reopen

National Covid-19 spokesman Chris Bishop said the party’s border plan aims to keep Covid-19 low that does not unduly impact the public health system, while restrictions are relaxed. National today unveiled the party’s plan to first end the lockdowns and then reopen to the world based on two vaccination goals. …

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Education secretary pleads for safe person school: NPR

US Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona accompanies the North High School Marching Band on the Cowbell at a cheer rally Monday in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Tim Gruber for NPR hide caption toggle legend Tim Gruber for NPR US Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona accompanies the North High School Marching Band …

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Guild Review | PCMag

Discord may have started as a communication tool for gamers, but the chat service has grown so important that gaming is only one of its many uses, alongside listening to music, watching movies and even homework. Upstart rival Guilded is putting the game back in the spotlight. The messaging platform …

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Victoria earthquake records tremors on east coast, NSW COVID cases increase, Victoria COVID cases increase, Melbourne CFMEU protests continue

Victoria’s Emergency Management Commissioner Andrew Crisp has confirmed this morning’s earthquake was magnitude 5.9 and was felt across the state and as far as Tasmania and Adelaide. Mr Crisp said aftershocks would be felt for weeks and months, although they are unlikely to match or exceed the 5.9 magnitude quake …

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Community center to host open house after renovation

Admaston House The trust that operates the Admaston House Community Center recently completed a facility upgrade in the original Victorian building that is part of the community center. The 16-month project created a more modern open-plan style of rooms and improved access to the first floor by replacing the original …

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Teachers and schools agree on vaccine mandate policy

The Oak Park District 97 School Board voted unanimously on Sept. 14 to approve a memorandum of understanding with three collective bargaining units, outlining a comprehensive plan to comply with the state’s vaccine mandate. The protocol – which is between the district and the Oak Park Teachers ‘Association, the Oak …

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