Stories we’re chasing for you today

    Good morning and happy Friday, Feeders! We’ve got a list of stories we’re chasing for you today, plus a few features to carry you through the holiday weekend.


    Shai Ben-Yaacov will talk to folks in the 8th Council District for reaction to the impending announcement from Donna Reed Milller. Miller may not seek re-election for her seat in the Northwest.

    Tom MacDonald will follow up on the relocation of the Global Leadership Academy. The charter school has been closed all week after a devastating fire.

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    Peter Crimmins will get the story behind the cameras at Front and Spruce streets. The four cameras are meant to deter vandalism at the Vietnam vet memorial, but the neighborhood needs help monitoring them.

    Carolyn Beeler will finish up her story on the closing of nursing home beds, which is becoming common in lower-income areas. She’ll find out what this means for seniors’ housing options.

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