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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101 Ash St. dumpster fire gets hotter and hotter

101 Ash St. and Civic Center Plaza / Photos by Adriana Heldiz Few local public affairs stories are as crazy as this one. It’s a long, winding series of asbestos-laden events that began in 2013, when the city of San Diego was surveying downtown buildings to house its employees. Then-mayor …

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A new chapter for the library and archives

After more than a year of thoughtful planning and coordination between the Village of Pinehurst and the Given / Tufts organization, the village has announced the approval of a final agreement that transfers ownership of the Given Memorial Library and the Tufts Archives in the village of Pinehurst. This transfer …

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Enrichment of Elderly Care Podcast – Parkinson’s and Positivity with Clyde Campbell (Shake it Up) and Wesley Della Volla (Georgetown University) – available Tuesday, September 21

In our next podcast, we have a two-part episode focusing on a topic we’ve never talked about before, Parkinson’s disease. To help us explore the experience of people living with Parkinson’s, we have Shake it Up Foundation CEO Clyde Campbell, and in the second half of the show, immersive storyteller …

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