After New York Tests a New Way of Voting, Other Cities May Do the Same
Elected leaders and voters in New York remain split over the ranked-choice system, but officials in Washington and elsewhere like the results.
Good Morning, News: New Report Issued on Violent Cops, Advice for Unvaxxed Counties, and Cleveland Team Changes Racist Name
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This Week In Portland Food News: Grace Cafe Opens, The Cart Blocks Pod Arrives, and The Nacheaux Team Plans a Speakeasy - EverOut Portland
This week, a Michelin-starred restaurant alum from San Francisco and a former Top Chef contestant open Grace Cafe, the long-awaited Cart Blocks pod has its grand opening, and the Nacheaux team plots an upcoming speakeasy called Bourbon Street, featuring crawfish boils and beignets.
Montclair city workers must wear COVID-19 vaccine stickers if they don't wear masks
The city of Montclair will require employees to wear stickers proving they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 if they don't want to wear a mask while working.
5 bitter design manager's lessons I wish I had learned earlier
Design leaders often grow out of yesterday's designers. You are a designer with brilliant soft skills? Perhaps, you'll be offered a leadership position someday.
Convention center plans meet resistance from Downtown Commission skeptics - Austin Monitor
The Downtown Commission will consider asking City Council not to move forward with any new plans to expand the Austin Convention Center, with commission members asking city staff for more information to justify the project.
Trammell Crow eyes Q4 start for 500,000 sq. ft. Morgan Hill industrial park - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Trammell Crow Company hopes to break ground on a big new industrial park in Morgan Hill later this year, a company representative said Thursday.
Boston Overhauls Admissions to Exclusive Exam Schools
A new policy will increase representation of Black and Latino students in the prestigious public schools, which serve as a gateway to elite colleges.
Here's what the A's and Oakland need to negotiate to get waterfront ballpark plan on track
OAKLAND - The day after the City Council laid out its draft terms for financing the infrastructure work needed to build the A's proposed waterfront ballpark and village, both sides in what has at times been a contentious relationship seemed to thaw.
City Sent NYPD to Shut Down Unlicensed Street Vendors in the Bronx
The New York Police Department shut down a collection of unlicensed street vendors, including food vendors, who had set up shop at Webster Avenue and East Fordham Road in the Bronx, in a sweep on Wednesday morning, the New York Post reports.