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With COVID-19 Omicron variant cases identified in US, local public health officials are on high alert – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) – More and more cases of the omicron variant of the novel coronavirus have been confirmed in the United States – and travel restrictions are starting to take effect as the variant spreads. As CBS 2 political investigator Dana Kozlov reported Thursday night, President Joe Biden said he …

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The Nearwater Place plan seeks upscale townhouses

A plan to build 49 units of high-end townhouse in Hendersonville is proposed on a property where there is also interest in building a parking lot, according to the landowner. Nearwater Place is the working name of the development on just over six acres at 1090 W. Main Street. The …

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Bellarmine softball signs five signatories for the 2023 season

History links LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Head Coach of Bellarmin Softball Renee hicks announced five signatories for the 2023 recruiting class, with players from Illinois and Kentucky. Signatories include: Ellie Alvarez de Plano, Ill. ; Madison Davis of Smithfield, Ky .; Addison Kerr of Versailles, Ky .; Audrey Magnus of Chicago, …

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Aurora Public Schools Shuts All High School Campuses After 2 Shootings Involving Students

Set 4 Colorado Toy Drive runs through December 24King Soopers will be collecting new, unwrapped toys from all locations across the metro area until December 24. Viewers are encouraged to donate items such as toys, games, art kits, DVDs, video games, sports equipment, electronics, helmets and other gifts for children …

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Francisco Reservoir on Russian Hill is set to reopen as a public park in early 2022

The Francisco Reservoir on Russian Hill has been unused and unloved for 80 years, but it took the threat of development for residents of the neighborhood to do something about it. When they finally took action, they shelled out $ 27.5 million to build Francisco Park, a rectangular oasis slated …

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County COVID-19 outbreak: Updates to contact tracing, isolation and quarantine protocols

County COVID-19 surge Ministry of Health updates data and encourages vaccination Announcing updates to contact tracing, isolation and quarantine protocols MAYVILLE, New York State: – The Chautauqua County Health Department (CCHD) is providing an update on COVID-19 data for the week ending November 20. Chautauqua County is currently experiencing increased …

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Cuomo’s office undermined health department, top doctor says

The routine work of the state’s disease experts – even something as mundane as preparing a leaflet explaining the ins and outs of quarantine and isolation – had to be allowed by what the Dr Dufort calls “the chamber,” short for the “executive chamber,” as the governor’s office and senior …

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Assembly holds public hearing on mental health staffing – Saratogian

ALBANY, NY – Before the COVID pandemic, demand for mental health services was high. This trend has continued to increase due to stay-at-home orders, isolation and other fallout from the pandemic. Yet, in New York, there are serious concerns that there are not enough mental health professionals to meet the …

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High school sports: Popular Public League announcer Mark Farina dies at 61

Over the years and seasons, Mark Farina has provided the public league sports soundtrack. An impromptu meeting with a Chicago public school athletic official led to concerts advertising football, basketball, baseball, and soccer at venues such as Lane Stadium, Kerry Wood Field, and Chicago State. Farina worked his scheduled games …

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Testament of Prince Philip: legal battle launched against the exclusion of the media from the hearing | prince philippe

Legal action against the Attorney General and the Queen’s private attorneys has been initiated following a decision to bar media from attending a hearing on the Duke of Edinburgh’s will. The Guardian seeks leave to claim that the High Court’s failure to properly consider whether the press should be allowed …

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