Closing system

Schools close classes on Fridays. The parents are furious.

DETROIT – Caitlin Reynolds, a single mother, was happy that her son, LJ, had finally settled in fourth grade after a difficult experience last year with distance learning. Then, on Wednesday, November 17, an announcement: Detroit public schools would close their classrooms every Friday in December. There would only be …

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Omicron variant raises concerns about vaccine fairness | Chicago News

A growing number of states and countries are detecting the omicron variant, although it has not yet been identified in Illinois. Some say the mutation raises concerns about the fairness of vaccines around the world. “I think the vaccine distribution did not go very well because at the start of …

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The state needs a better way to keep track of what it owns

The tragedy involving the dilapidated staircase near the MBTA JFK / UMass station, where a Boston University professor has died, provides an opportunity for heads of state to rethink the way they track properties owned by the ‘State and to propose a better system of follow-up of the maintenance and …

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How well has the lockdown helped Arthur Labinjo-Hughes’ killers escape attention? | Child protection

The gruesome death of six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes, murdered by his stepmother Emma Tustin after weeks of abuse and torture, may be an aberration in terms of sheer brutality, but it is unlikely to be the only such case to emerge from the confinement period. Arthur was killed in June 2020, …

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Covid-19: Three positive cases found in New Plymouth – Devon Intermediate will close on Friday

SIMON O’CONNOR / Tips Cases of Covid-19 have been discovered in New Plymouth. Three positive cases of Covid-19 have been found in New Plymouth. It is an adult and two children from the same household. The cases were announced Thursday evening. This family has a known link to an existing …

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What the Peng Shuai scandal reveals about Chinese power

Every now and then, Chinese Communist insiders, in their frantic attempts to shield themselves from international criticism, inadvertently blurt out what really frightens them. This is what happened recently in the tragic case of Peng Shuai, the Chinese tennis star who disappeared after accusing one of China’s top leaders of …

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Flooding in British Columbia: province prepares emergency warning system, no delay to reopen major highways

British Columbia officials say they are ready to use the Alert Ready emergency notification system as the province grapples with the second – and braces for the third – in a trio of intense rainstorms. Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth made the announcement on Sunday as officials took stock of …

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Aggies bounces back from winning column with four-set win over Tigers – Texas A&M Athletics

Next match: Missouri 11/27/2021 | 4:00 p.m. SEC + network BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M volleyball (13-14, 6-11 SEC) opened its final streak of the season with a four-set victory (21-25, 25-14, 25-19, 25-23) over Missouri (5 -25, 2-15 SEC) on Friday nights at the Reed Arena. Leading the …

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Whistler ski slopes open for the season as the storm system arrives

The Whistler Blackomb ski slopes are open for ski season as the resort municipality braces for two storm systems and potential supply chain crises. Up to 20 centimeters of snow is expected at the top of the mountains for the opening day. A special weather report from Environment Canada says …

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Covid-19: Auckland hairdressers will test the vaccine passport from Thursday

Hairdressers will be allowed to reopen in Auckland later this week to test the government’s new vaccination passport system. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced at the post-Cabinet press conference on Monday that hairdressers and barbers in the region will be able to reopen from Thursday. Customers must use My Vaccine …

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