Ms Sturgeon, who initially declined to sack Ms Calderwood, tweeted: 'I know it is tough to lose a trusted adviser at the height of crisis, but when it's a choice of that or integrity of vital public health advice, the latter must come first. That's the judgment I and, to her credit, Catherine Calderwood reached. PM and Cummings should do likewise.' … [Read more...] about Dominic Cummings is reported to police by retired teacher ‘who saw him and his family breaching lockdown by taking trip to town 30 miles away from where he went to self-isolate’
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"After ten o’clock at night, all the people must be inside their homes due to the coronavirus, otherwise they will be punished, these are orders "from above (from Los Chapitos)," the video said, referring to the brothers. … [Read more...] about El Chapo’s sons impose coronavirus curfew on town under control of their cartel
Transfer Station Starting May 26th, the solid waste and recycling facility will reopen to normal operating hours and days (Tues., Wed., Fri., & Sat. 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.). Residents need to wear a face covering when on site and are urged to conduct their business as quickly as possible (minimize the socializing, please). Remember, Saturdays are busy so look to Wednesday and Friday to offset a potential for a line to enter. … [Read more...] about Reopening Weston: Town Department/Service Status
He also discussed the $6 million Buffalo Bayou and tributaries resiliency study to find options to improve infrastructure for flood risk management. The study will evaluate non-structural alternatives as well, such as buyouts. Much of the analysis and evaluations of the alternatives are complete and the team is working to document the results, the tentative Army Corps of Engineers recommendation, draft feasibility report and environmental impact statement. Those are expected to be released by the ACE later this summer after headquarter approval for release is provided. … [Read more...] about Dan Crenshaw discusses flood mitigation during virtual town hall at The Cedar in Huffman
Over the past century or more, the economy’s centre of gravity has shifted and Rochdale faces problems familiar to many places on the wrong side of the geographical divide: how to replace old industries with new ones; how to break out of a low-wage, low-skill pattern of employment; how to persuade the young people leaving for university to come back when they have finished their studies. … [Read more...] about The Rochdale feelgood index: can you judge a town’s wellbeing from tweets?
Dr Naomi Harvey tweeted: "I have family in Weston who have been reporting for the past 1.5 weeks that there’s been a worrying surge in visitors to the town, crowding together on the beaches and leaving cars parked illegally on the roads. … [Read more...] about Hospital in seaside town CLOSES to new patients after surge in coronavirus cases