In Joe Biden’s White House, sports and politics may retreat to their own corners

Tray Ling

THROUGH PERSONAL TRAGEDY, a 36-year Senate career and two terms as vice president, Joe Biden has viewed athletes and athletic competition as sources of virtue, uplift and common ground. He credits sports with instilling the confidence to overcome his stutter and, at times, delivering his own family a sense of healing.

As the nation’s 46th president, Biden’s sentimental view of athletics and his promise to steer the nation away from political division should put him in a position to repair the strained relationship between the White House and much of the sports world.

“He’s certainly going to look to sports

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Arlington City Invites Neighborhood Leaders To Join Neighborhood Leadership Network

Tray Ling

January 20, 2021

Have you been looking for a way to get in contact with other neighborhoods in Arlington? Are you interested in starting a neighborhood group in your neighborhood? Have you wondered how your neighborhood can be more involved in the City of Arlington? The Neighborhood Leadership Network (NLN) is a working group for neighborhood leaders across the City of Arlington to build relationships with other neighborhood leaders, learn best practices for a variety of neighborhood issues and develop a partnership with the City. The NLN is a resource for strengthening neighborhood leaders and providing resources that will empower

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YCSD’s Parent YOU kicks off Thursday with chef Jeff Henderson

Tray Ling

Jeff Henderson will star in a new reality show, “The Chef Jeff Project,” which is expected to premiere on The Food Network this fall.

YOUNGSTOWN — Youngstown City School District’s Parent YOU kicks off Thursday (Jan. 21) with chef Jeff Henderson sharing the story of how he transformed himself from an inmate to a renowned culinary artist.

Linda Hoey, YCSD’s chief of family engagement, believes Henderson’s story will inspire parents and families who participate.

“It’s a story of redemption,” Hoey said in a news release. “He found his passion, changed his life and now he’s living his dream.”

The virtual

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Donald Trump leaves White House for last time as president on Joe Biden’s Inauguration Day

Tray Ling
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — His presidency over, Donald Trump bid farewell to Washington on Wednesday but also hinted at a comeback despite a legacy of chaos, tumult and bitter division in the country he led for four years.

“Goodbye. We love you. We will be back in some form,” Trump told supporters at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland where he received a 21-gun salute as part of a military send-off before boarding Air Force One for his last time as president.

Trump was already in Florida, at his private Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach, by the time Joe Biden

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‘No Slums In The Sunset’: Backlash over affordable housing development intensifies in western S.F. neighborhood

Tray Ling

In early January, anonymous attack posters were slipped into mailboxes and left on doorsteps in San Francisco’s Sunset District.

The poster read, “No Slums In The Sunset.” It informed residents that a “7-story, 100-unit high-rise slum” was planned for the neighborhood and predicted that within two years the property in question — at 26th Avenue and Irving Street — would “become the best place in San Francisco to buy heroin.”

The incendiary fliers, which also referred to project proponent District Four Supervisor Gordon Mar as a “CCP member” — for Chinese Communist Party — marked the opening salvo in a

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