What: 40th Anniversary of Edina Restaurateur Ken Johnson and The Hilltop Restaurant Where: Hilltop Restaurant, 5101 Arcadia Ave Edina, MN 55436 When: Saturday, Oct 14, 5 to 8 p.m. (rain or shine)Who: Loyal customers, all former staff-family & friends of Ken Johnson … [Read more...] about Restaurateur Ken Johnson Celebrates 40 Years of Business in Edina
Shortly after his death at age 73, a law firm and accountant tasked with transferring his companies — Professional Financial Investors Inc. and Professional Investors Security Fund Inc. — to his ex-wife uncovered the allegations of fraud. They now question whether more officials from the Novato companies profited off the three decades of a “Ponzi-like operation,” according to bankruptcy records reviewed by The Chronicle. … [Read more...] about Feds investigating massive suspected Marin County Ponzi scheme involving dead real estate investor
Coronavirus impact: Workers with confirmed coronavirus cases in Alameda County who have no sick pay or unemployment benefits would receive $1,250 so they could stay home and isolate. The payment from the county, the equivalent of two weeks’ pay at minimum wage, is designed for low-income workers who won’t stop working because they can’t afford to go without a paycheck. … [Read more...] about Bay Briefing: What’s going on with California’s coronavirus data?
The change comes as movements for Black Lives Matter and defunding the police gain ground in the city. At San Francisco General Hospital, where 29 sworn deputies are assigned, an internal debate has been brewing between some Black staff who protest deputies’ use of force and other nurses who say they depend on deputies for their own safety. Within the past two weeks, health department Director Dr. Grant Colfax and San Francisco General CEO Dr. Susan Ehrlich sent letters to employees saying they were reconsidering their existing security model. … [Read more...] about Defund the police? Debate rages at SF General Hospital over use of sheriff’s deputies
It is worn humbly and proudly by so many, not because it is a symbol of their own sacrifice but a testament to the service of those who did not make it home and all those who bear the physical and emotional scars of war. A reminder that they did not fight and die in vain. … [Read more...] about Richie Lay: On National Purple Heart Day, our Purple Heart Heroes prove we are a resilient nation