Michigan restaurant owner jailed for violating COVID orders
HOLLAND, Mich. – Marlena’s Bistro and Pizzeria in Holland has remained open for months defying COVID-19 orders like wearing masks and low density. In January, the state suspended the restaurant’s food license, but owner Marlena Pavlos-Hackney kept it open. READ: Holland restaurant owner arrested for violating Michigan health orders, state saysShe was arrested early Friday morning and brought to Lansing for a hearing. “This is the wrong way to get publicity, this is the wrong way to be a good citizen, it is the wrong way to assist the public in a pandemic,” Aquilina said. READ: 41 Michigan businesses that have had liquor licenses suspended over COVID rulesREAD: Dr. Anthony Fauci warns Gov.
Romulus Community Schools suspends acting superintendent without pay for 10 days
ROMULUS, Mich. – The acting superintendent of Romulus Community Schools has been suspended without pay for 10 school days, according to school officials. Flinnoia Hall’s suspension stems from alleged behavior during a Feb. 10 Romulus Board of Education meeting. Below is the official statement from the Romulus Community Schools:“The Romulus Community School District expects a standard of behavior from its employees that consists of professionalism, respect, and civility. During the February 10, 2020 meeting of the Romulus Board of Education, the Acting Superintendent engaged in conduct that was inconsistent with this standard of behavior. As a result, during a special meeting held on February 20, 2020, the Board voted to suspend the Acting Superintendent without pay for 10 school days.