Anyone who didn’t keep a safe distance of 6 feet should self-quarantine for 14 days or until testing negative for COVID-19, the county said
Mountain towns have been financially devastated for the COVID-19 pandemic. Most communities rely on tourism – which has been all but eliminated since March. More … Continue reading
Hey there, folks. Welcome to DocTalk. I’m Dr. Dan Thomson. Today, we’re going to have a great show. I have a guest, Dr. Joan Howard. … Continue reading
1806 – Henry Thatcher, American rear admiral (U.S. Navy), born in Thomaston, Maine (d. 1880) 1873 – C.G.N. de Vooys, Dutch translator and founder (New … Continue reading
451 – The Battle of Avarayr between Armenian rebels and the Sassanid Empire takes place. The Armenians are defeated militarily but are guaranteed freedom to … Continue reading
Historical Events 1896 – Last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II, crowned 1919 – The Supreme Council of Allies, meeting at Versailles, decides to recognize two … Continue reading
A majority of Marylanders say they approve of restrictions put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19, with those positive feelings translating into additional … Continue reading
The Interfaith Community Services has several programs to help residents being impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Protective gear was made in collaboration with local company, Triangle Industrial Corp.
Protesters will project messages onto Facebook’s San Francisco building Tuesday night to urge the company’s shareholders to be sure the public is protected from hate, … Continue reading
The New York City photographers are trying to capture the living history of the coronavirus pandemic in the hard-hit city, once the epicenter of the … Continue reading
Beginning Wednesday, restaurants can open for in-person dining at 50% capacity inside the restaurant, but cannot exceed 50 people, whichever is less. More local videos … Continue reading