How to exercise at home | Latest Updates

The COVID-19 social distancing and stay-at-home order has changed daily lives and routines for everyone. Without the gym environment or equipment to use, it can be challenging to work out regularly and stay motivated. Students now have the opportunity to partake in online activities to compensate for the loss of in-person education and campus shutting down.



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Hand sanitizing station at the recreation center.




Peytyn Eiesland, an advertising major,

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N.J. COVID updates: Indoor capacity limits increased. CVS, Rite Aid to begin vaccinations. What you need to know. (Feb. 4, 2020)

Restaurant and bar owners who have been pushing to be allowed to welcome more customers inside their businesses got a bit of relief Wednesday when Gov. Phil Murphy expanded indoor capacity from 25% to 35%.

Murphy also lifted the 10 p.m. curfew for restaurants and bars to serve customers inside. The loosening of restrictions takes effect Friday — just in time for the Super Bowl on Sunday and 11 months

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Cottage Grove Sentinel | Governor Brown updates County Risk Levels

This week, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced updates to county risk levels under the state’s public health framework to reduce transmission and protect Oregonians from COVID-19.

The framework uses four different risk levels for counties based on COVID-19 spread — extreme risk, high risk, moderate risk and lower risk — and assigns health and safety measures for each level.

Effective Jan. 29 through Feb. 11, there will be 25 counties

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Updates continue along non-motorized Border-to-Border trail in Washtenaw County

WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI — Progress continues along a non-motorized public pathway expected to total 70 miles.

The latest segment of the Border-to-Border trail to open was in November 2020 at the Huron River in Delhi Metropark. Another stretch of the trail segment, from Zeeb to East Delhi roads, will begin in the winter, with a planned opening in summer 2021. The project also involves moving Skip’s Huron River Canoe Livery

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Oak Ridge asks citizens to avoid in-person business, updates city service COVID-19 protocols

OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (WATE) — City Manager Mark Watson is urging Oak Ridgers to conduct business over the phone and by mail whenever possible as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have an impact on the city.

Most financial transactions can be handled electronically and via mail, according to a news release from the city. Those wanting to meet someone are asked to call the department’s extension directly.

Many of the

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Medford Updates Policies For Wright’s Pond, Tufts Pool

MEDFORD, MA — The Medford Recreation Department announced new regulations for Wright’s Pond and Tufts Pool in August, based on expanded guidance from the state and feedback from residents and staff about pond and pool operations.

Starting in August, the Recreation Department will make the following adjustments:

  • Reservations can be made in two hour time slots (three two-hour time slots will be available for each day). Three blocks of two

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East Windsor First Selectman Updates Residents

EAST WINDSOR, CT — First Selectman Jason Bowsza has issued his semimonthly update to constituents regarding the latest happenings in East Windsor.

The East Windsor Board of Selectmen and The Silverman Group have negotiated a tax abatement agreement for the development of two new industrial flex buildings on 22.20 acres on Route 5 in East Windsor. The agreement will provide stability to the project as it comes online.

The Silverman

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Boris Johnson updates public transport rules

Happier times: a Thameslink train at Blackfriars: Thameslink
Happier times: a Thameslink train at Blackfriars: Thameslink

Boris Johnson has announced that, as of 1 August, the government’s advice that anyone who is able should work from home will be relaxed.

From that date, it will be at employers’ discretion whether they allow people to continue working remotely or require them to come back into the office.

“Instead of government telling people to work from home, we’re going to

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Newark COVID Reopen Updates: Dining, Shopping And More

NEWARK, NJ — Recovering from the coronavirus shutdown has been a slow process, Newark. But there’s good news: the “new normal” is getting closer.

Newark’s restaurants, stores, businesses and other cultural institutions continue to reawaken from the COVID-19 shutdown that threw a devastating monkey wrench into New Jersey’s economy.

A new wave of adjustments will come when restaurants get the go-ahead to reopen for limited dining indoors on Thursday, July

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Denver City Services, Parks: Reopening Updates

DENVER, CO — City and County of Denver agencies continue to reopen for in-person services in accordance with the state’s coronavirus guidelines, officials said. Everyone who uses city facilities is required to wear masks and adhere to social distancing guidelines.

Parks and recreation

All Denver dog parks reopened Friday. Children’s playgrounds have reopened, however playgrounds and other park equipment are not disinfected by park operations staff, officials said.

When using

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Cranford To Reopen 1 Pool Monday, Other Local Coronavirus Updates

CRANFORD, NJ — Cranford will only open one of its pools this summer, a decision that the Township Committee said, in a letter, that they knew has provoked “questions and some disappointment.” They said the decision was not easy, but a responsible choice for health reasons.

State regulations for pools were announced recently. Pools can be at 50 percent capacity.

Director of Parks and Recreation Steve Robertazzi explained the reasons

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Cranford To Reopen 1 Pool Monday, And Other Coronavirus Updates

CRANFORD, NJ — Cranford will only open one of its pools this summer, a decision that the Township Committee said, in a letter, that they knew has provoked “questions and some disappointment.” They said the decision was not easy, but a responsible choice for health reasons.

State regulations for pools were announced recently. Pools can be at 50 percent capacity.

Director of Parks and Recreation Steve Robertazzi explained the reasons

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