Council Connection »SDOT West Seattle Bridge Virtual Public Meeting July 21; Conclusions of the Police Accountability Office on the presence of agents in the January 6 insurrection; Federal Judge Upholds Seattle’s Fair Chance Housing Act; Return weeks from July 12 to 26; Virtual office hours

SDOT West Seattle Bridge Virtual Public Meeting July 21 On July 21, SDOT will hold a virtual public meeting on the West Seattle Bridge. Here is SDOT’s announcement: On July 21 at 5:30 p.m., the West Seattle Bridge Program will host a virtual public meeting to let you learn more …

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After CDC says unvaccinated students, teachers should wear masks at school this fall, Massachusetts education officials to review guidelines

Officials said the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education plans to review the Kindergarten to Grade 12 guidelines released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to determine if changes are needed to the current plan to reopen. state schools. DESE said that in the fall, all …

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Ellsworth High School Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

Grade 12, the highest distinctions: Lauren Billings, Jocelyn Boudreau, Bryce Carter, Vincent Cotroneo, Allison Dorr, Elise Dow, Warren Dowling, Mark Fuller, Megan Gammill, Sydney Garrity, Ethan Gross, Lilja Hanson, Hanna Hughes, Reece Jagels, Chase Johnson, Abigail Mazgaj, Calvin Nelson , Jacob Pung, Matthew Reid, Hannah Richardson, Garrett Rodgers, Alexis Rossi, …

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China’s LGBTQ community goes from rainbow to gray

During this year’s Pride Month, soccer star Li Ying made history as the first Chinese female athlete to declare herself gay, in a candid series of celebratory photos posted to social media, the showing posing happily alongside her partner. It is more and more common in the world for celebrities …

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