As part of the agreement with the union, slot values to determine signing bonus pools will remain at 2019 levels and players passed over in the draft are limited to signing bonuses of $20,000 or less. That might cause more high school players to go to college. And because of the NCAA’s limit of 11.7 baseball scholarships, the change may lead to more prospects attending junior college. … [Read more...] about Shortened MLB amateur draft to remain at New Jersey studio
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Murphy told reporters during his daily briefing that he is inching closer to relaxing restrictions on churches and other houses of worship dependent on incoming data, though he did not provide any specifics as to how many people would be allowed in the spaces at one time. … [Read more...] about New Jersey eyes June 12 for allowing ‘greater indoor religious services’
The New Jersey couple arrived in Barbados on Saturday, June 22 and were scheduled to leave a week later, on June 29. The couple was staying at the Discovery Bay Hotel in Trents, St. James, according to police. … [Read more...] about New Jersey couple goes missing while on vacation in Barbados, going out to sea on jet ski, police say
Last week, the New York Times revealed that 420,000 people fled the city in the first two months of the crisis, with richer neighborhoods emptying the most. The New York Post reported that bookings to the city’s largest moving company were up 11 percent in March. That is a traditionally slow period for moves, implying that people were bolting away from the pandemic’s epicenter. … [Read more...] about Not Everyone Is Fleeing New York City. These People Can’t Wait to Move In.
“Due to continued fallout from the global pandemic, there are questions related to the reopening guidelines for schools across the country in the fall, as well as enrollment. With respect to our teachers, we need to take the administrative action of issuing these constriction notices, in accordance with their contracts. Director of Catholic Schools, Michelle Peduto, spoke with each elementary school principal, and shared the information with teachers through a video conference call before they received their letters. In a show of unity and support for Catholic education, each one of our elementary school principals sent their teachers letters notifying them of a need to pause before completing any contracts for the new school year. We all are committed to working together to provide accessible, affordable education for children in the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh.” … [Read more...] about Catholic Diocese Of Pittsburgh Elementary Teachers Told They’re Not Guaranteed Jobs Come Fall