As a case manager for a nonprofit that serves older adults, veterans and adults with disabilities in Texas, I’ve seen social services move online as a way to more efficiently get assistance to people without exposing them to the virus. And yet, this only exacerbates the digital divide. Many of my clients don’t even have a phone. And yet, in the few communities where rental assistance or Covid vaccines are
PEABODY, MA — Gov. Charlie Baker delivered a bit of a pleasant surprise to many affected businesses on Thursday when he announced the statewide 9:30 p.m. business curfew and stay-at-home advisory will end as of 5 a.m. Monday morning.
While the 25 percent capacity restriction remains in place, North Shore restaurant owners and recreation venue managers said it is a welcomed move that will help boost both revenue and spirits
Sara and Juan Saravia had three pandemic strikes against them.
They are elderly, Latino and live with a daughter who works in a hospital where some of the sickest patients in the region are being cared for.
But on Saturday, that
As he often does, 15-year-old Jacob Uphoff of Lincoln used a day off from school last fall to go hunting with his dad. That October day, he completed the Nebraska Duck Slam, making him the first youth to do so this season.
Jacob was excited and surprised to hear the news, his father, Blane, said. His accomplishment comes after years of waterfowl hunting.
“He’s been going to duck blinds with