The “sidewalk obstruction bill” presented by Mayor Kirk Caldwell would make it illegal to block Oahu’s city sidewalks with personal property from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Archives for June 2018
Retired Boston College School of Social Work faculty member Demetrius Iatridis, who survived a war-scarred youth and became an advocate for cooperation and compassion to aid those in need, died on June 25. He was 93.
Olivia Derr, the new executive director at the Kearney Area Animal Shelter, holds Pepper, a puppy that she is fostering. Derr graduated from the University of Nebraska at Kearney with a degree in social work in December 2015.
Skyrocketing rents and home prices, fueled by a lack of housing, have displaced many in the Bay Area.
A 28-year-old socialist Latina running against Joe Crowley, the fourth most powerful Democrat in the House of Representatives, probably didn’t raise many alarms within a political establishment that seems hellbent on ignoring a growing desire for the Democratic Party to move left. Ocasio-Cortez, however, had an important trick up her sleeve: She understands and connects with the constituents she seeks to represent.