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1 Waldorf's emphasis on outdoor education fits the Covid moment
2 Council approves street closures for events | Democrat News
3 Office of Justice Programs Awards $261 Million to Support Youth Mentoring, Protect Children
4 MOD Group Appoints Oyebanjo COO
5 DR. ROBERT WALLACE: European students attend more school days
6 “The Whit” brings market-rate housing to Wooster Square, raises affordability concerns
7 Biola Grieves Passing of Professor and Administrator Bob Harp
8 US Executive Branch Update
9 Spencer Davis dies aged 81: Welsh musician suffers heart attack
10 OJJDP Administrator's Words on Racial Disparities Shock Us
11 Mayor-elect Elicker names 11 more to lead administration, includes 3 from the Harp team
12 Wellesley Council on Aging programs
13 BT City Council OKs Ameren contract, homecoming parade
14 Op-ed: India wedded to might is right
15 Harp Names Q House Board
16 Why Did This Agency Stop Tracking the Juvenile Justice Race Gap?
17 Inaugural winner of the Henri Lazarof International Commission Prize selected
18 Elicker appoints team
19 Justice Department Honors Louisiana Marshal with Missing Children’s Law Enforcement Award
20 Legislator voices opposition to Netflix movie release
21 OJJDP's New Definition of DMC Raises Many Questions for Harp at Conference
22 Are nursing homes accurately counting coronavirus deaths? One family says no
23 Biola University, Inc.
24 School contract was failure waiting to happen
25 Deputy US marshal led effort to rescue 16 missing children over 2 weeks, Justice Department says
26 Minerva hires Holmes County native as village administrator
27 A wide variety of events and people are represented in The Week in Pictures photo gallery
28 HCS official discusses reporting process for COVID-19 cases
29 'A Quick 5' with James Harp, Maryland Opera
30 Former Noble sheriff to lead Auburn police | Government
31 We Need Stronger, Not More Simplified, Approach to Reducing Racial Disparities
32 Juvenile Injustice: OJJDP Dismantles Protections for Youth of Color in the Justice System
33 Law Professor Jon Powell joins DOJ's Restorative Justice working group | News
34 Harps begins takeover of area Country Mart stores
35 OJJDP Is Simplifying Title II Work to Focus on DMC Reduction, Not Process
36 Decade-Old Dream Realized As Auto Parts Maker Breaks Ground In Whitfield County
37 Dearborn, Harp to be inducted into KHSAA Hall of Fame
38 Scott Jackson to exit Lamont administration, become top aide to Justin Elicker
39 SU Ag Center youth specialist appointed to federal committee
40 Law professor tapped for lead role in Department of Justice » Liberty News
41 PA to get largest share of federal funds to help cut Chesapeake Bay pollution
42 Audio: New State Farm Insurance agent begins business in Trenton
43 Former DOC administrator Greg Williams to bring new mindset to Oklahoma County jail
44 Clock is ticking on NY deadline for student vaccinations
45 States, Chesapeake Bay Foundation threaten to sue EPA over Bay cleanup
46 Local lawyer found guilty on stalking charges
47 New Haven Announces Tough Lead Mitigation Plan Following Multiple Lawsuits
48 Issues With District 86 Administrator? | Hinsdale, IL Patch
49 Missoula city councilor calls for "compassion and fairness" for man jailed for threats directed at council
50 White House Budget Would Cut Bay Program Funding by 91%
51 OJJDP's New Direction Is Juvenile Justice Policymaking By Erasure
52 Scant mention of brewing crises at Republican convention
53 Nemerson Resigns, Heads To Private Sector
54 EPA Honors Efforts of Rhode Island Asthma Control Program During Asthma Awareness Month | US EPA
55 No Time Like the Present: Congress approves JJDPA
56 US Dept. of Justice Honors RRPD with Missing Children's Law Enforcement Award
57 Suspended New Haven youth director claims bias over race, sexuality
58 New Haven youth services director dismissed months after federal probe launched
59 Clock ticking on NY deadline for vaccinations
60 New Haven's chief administrative officer resigns from post
61 ICE Detainees Were Held Without Bond Hearings For Months. Attorneys Worry It Will Get Worse.
62 Matteson settles into role as chief administrative officer
63 Clock Is Ticking on New York Deadline for Student Vaccinations
64 Enough with the Linux security FUD
65 Families angered, frightened as Covid-19 swept through Newfane Rehab
66 Who Gave Harp $26K, Elicker $117K
67 Virtual DJJ hiring event Sept. 22-24
68 NOAA predicts a busier than normal hurricane season
69 University names composition award after Brandeis alumnus
70 Danville’s Sam Harp among 12 high school hall of fame inductees
71 ‘Concrete Cowboy’ Review: Idris Elba Plays a Tough Inner-City Horseman in Masterful Father-Son Drama
72 Baltimore’s opera scene is scaled back, but still rich. Come experience it. | COMMENTARY
73 New Haven Chief Administrative Officer Michael Carter resigning
74 New Haven’s former development administrator takes private sector job
75 Hundreds Of Women Have Lead Roles In The Trump Administration. 45 More Await Senate Confirmation.
76 Open house allows people to try their hand at playing a harp
77 Bernie Sanders Leads Trump, All 2020 Candidates in Donations From Active-Duty Troops
78 Fones Cliffs project faces fine as developer pivots to new plan
79 Can New Haven neighborhoods share in downtown’s prosperity?
80 Business Notebook: Country Mart stores changing hands; CARSTAR set to open
81 Coronavirus in Tennessee: Latest news, updates on COVID-19 pandemic
82 New Haven Alders to Investigate Pay Increases Handed Out by Mayor Harp
83 Harp camp pulls paperwork for 2019 run for New Haven’s top seat
84 How Does Dying Intestate Affect Your Estate?
85 Legal Notices for 9-2-20
86 Gaineses return to 'Fixer Upper'
87 Hejmanowski to serve on national board
88 End of vaccine exemption has many parents scrambling, others leaving
89 New Haven department head being placed on leave
90 Stark Countys longest running mayors to leave office
91 Ronkonkoma Middle School principal reminds students 'What a Wonderful World' it still is
92 Hear How Spoon’s ‘Inside Out’ Evolved From Stark Piano Ballad Into Lush Vibe-Out
93 Show goes on: DiDonato, Beczala sing opera from apartment
94 Elicker defeats Harp in New Haven mayoral primary
95 Muley settles into new role
96 Briefing With Nerissa Cook, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of International Organization Affairs; Garrett Grigsby, Director of the Office
97 Solutions for St. Francis Dining Hall seen in listening, collaboration
98 New Faces In City Hall
99 Paras Get "Raises"
100 Ban on consumer use of chemical found in paint strippers goes into effect | TheHill