Here’s how to register for the COVID-19 vaccine in Florida

In the final days of 2020, people in Florida 65 and older began receiving their first shots of the coronavirus vaccine, but when and where those doses became available have varied from county to county.

As of Dec. 28, Florida was vaccinating only three priority groups: Health care workers, long-term care facility staff and residents and people 65 or older. The health care group includes EMTs and paramedics as well

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Northwest Travel Guide 2021: 25 adventures for the year ahead

Needless to say, it’s a strange time for travel.

The coronavirus pandemic has upended virtually every aspect of our lives, including where we travel, who we travel with, and what we do when we get there. The pandemic canceled most of our travel plans in 2020, and trying to predict what 2021 will look like is futile.

All the confusion makes local and regional travel that much more appealing.

This

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Baker-Polito Administration awards $67.4M in additional grants to businesses impacted by COVID-19

BOSTON (NEWS10) – The Baker-Polito Administration announced $67.4 million in awards to 1,366 additional small businesses in a second round of grants through the COVID-19 Small Business Grant Program administered by the Massachusetts Growth Capital Corporation (MGCC). Additionally, the new Sector-Specific Small Business Relief Grant Program is now accepting applications from businesses from sectors most impacted by the COIVD-19. Both grant programs are part of a new $668 million relief

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Welcome to the Weekend – January 1, 2021

MORE NOT ONLY WELCOMING IN A NEW YEAR, BUT WE ARE WELCOMING IN THE WEEKEND AS ALWAYS JASMINE COULD WIN IS HERE FROM VISIT OMAHA TO TELL US ABOUT SOME OF THE EVENTS HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND JASMINE GOOD TO HAVE YOU WITH US. HI GOOD TO SEE YOU. HAPPY NEW YEAR. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU. WE CAN START OFF BY A TRIP TO THE JOCELYN. YES, THE JOSLYN ART … Read More

What places in Fayetteville are pet-friendly and dog-friendly?

Rachael Riley
 
| The Fayetteville Observer

If you’re a pet parent and a Fayetteville resident, there are plenty of things to do with your pooch including dining out, shopping and outdoor activities. 

Here are some dog-friendly hangouts, breweries, restaurants, coffee shops, stores and parks, according to online review sites and Fayetteville doggie influencer Instagram accounts. 

RESTAURANTS

Fayetteville boasts more than 40 dog-friendly restaurants and taverns, according to BringFido.com. Leashed and

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COVID-19 vaccinations in Lake County start with some confusion

LAKE COUNTY, Fla. – It was a busy New Year’s Eve day outside the Cooper Memorial Library in Clermont where people 65 or older waited in their cars to get their Covid-19 immunization shot.

The majority of people had made an appointment by phone–but for others like 68-year-old Ken Wilde, the process has been frustrating.

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2020 in review: Top stories of the year in Laguna Beach

In a year when most decisions have been shaped in one form or another by the coronavirus pandemic, Laguna Beach felt the impact in multiple ways.

Beach and school closures, cancellations and modifications of arts programs and annual festivals and changes to restaurant dining are just some of the issues the city grappled with.

Here are some of the top stories in Laguna Beach for 2020:

The Promenade on Forest

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There’s still time left to enjoy Illuminights

ROANOKE COUNTY, Va. – Illuminights is wrapping up a magical season, but there are still three more nights left to enjoy the second annual Winter Walk of Lights.

You can expect beautiful lights, fun displays and great photo opportunities.

There are some new additions this year, including fake snow and lights that sync up to the music.

The themes this year are Over the River, Through the Woods, Fantasy and

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