Proposal includes transitional housing, addiction treatment and other services Durango Police Department officers help a man out of his tent in July 2018. (File Jerry McBride/Durango Herald) The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated a housing crisis across Colorado as previously affordable enclaves have seen rental costs and home prices soar, andRead More →

Kimberly Lody, President and CEO of Capital Senior Living Calling 2021 “transformational” for Sonida Senior Living, President and CEO Kimberly Lody said Monday the company’s three-year recovery strategy is working. “Despite the emergence of multiple new [COVID-19] variants and a challenging operating environment throughout 2021, our pandemic recovery strategy toRead More →

Director of Community and Economic Development Christy Osborn (middle right) discusses, via Zoom, development activities with Mountlake Terrace City Council during their work/study session on Thursday evening. Mountlake Terrace City Council at its April 14 business/study session reviewed recent development activities and discussed the next update to the 2024 ComprehensiveRead More →

Priti Patel, British Home Secretary, (L) and Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Vincent Biruta sign an agreement which will see migrants who arrive in Britain illegally be processed in Rwanda. Photo courtesy of the Government of Rwanda/Twitter April 15 (UPI) — In an effort to tackle illegal immigration,Read More →

Racial minorities and others disproportionately affected by Alzheimer’s disease could continue to face barriers to treatment unless Medicare does more to facilitate access to research and safety studies, according to the political observers. Medicare and Medicaid Service Centers plan finalized for Biogene Inc.‘s Aduhelm limits coverage to patients enrolled inRead More →

UPPER DARBY – Same score as before. The Upper Darby Township Council voted 6-5 against advancing the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) federal funding approval process in the 2022 budget. At the board committee meeting, the six board members who voted against approving the funds were Brian Burke, D-At Large,Read More →

Duval County Public Schools has received 16 bids as part of its effort to sell its downtown Southbank administration building and develop a new riverfront headquarters. Bidders include Jacksonville-based CSX Transportation Inc., Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida Inc., as well as developers with active downtown projects, including Miami-basedRead More →

This is a response to Activision Blizzard’s new mandate Activision Blizzard had decided to do something about the workplace – and apparently because of it the employees decided to quit. Jessica Gonzalez, former Activision Blizzard employee and founder of A Better ABK, revealed that administrative director Brian Bulatao sent outRead More →

the Lompoc town hall will consider adopting an amendment to the compensation plan for employees of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers as well as the compensation plan for City staff in management and supervisory positions at its 6:00 p.m. meeting Tuesday, April 5At the mayor. Members of the publicRead More →

The program commits nearly $16 million in federal funds to help Maine seafood traders and processors recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, invest in technology and infrastructure, and build resilience to future market disruptions Governor Janet Mills today announced the opening of a nearly $16 million grant program under her MaineRead More →

BEIJING, March 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc. (“New Oriental” or the “Company”) (NYSE:EDU and SEHK:9901), a private education services provider in Chinaannounced today that it intends to change the ratio between its American Depositary Shares (“ADS”) and its ordinary shares (the “ADS Ratio”), theRead More →

Related practices and jurisdictions Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have received daily calls and emails from our customers asking how leaves, layoffs, the CARES Act and a host of other pandemic-related changes are affecting plans. benefits they offer to their employees. These conversations inevitably lead to theRead More →

Houston Methodist will change the insurance of 26,000 hospital system employees from UnitedHealthcare to Cigna, one of the nation’s largest insurers – the latest move in a protracted battle between one of Houston’s largest hospital systems and UnitedHealthcare. On Monday, Houston Methodist announced that it will cover its employees throughRead More →