Coronavirus has especially harmed students with disabilities, according to a majority of parent survey responses
Two customers on the outdoor patio. $6 in a tip jar labeled ‘For College’. Few masks in sight. This is the reality of Huntington Beach service workers during the pandemic.
The difficulty in producing a vaccine for the deadly virus comes as a new wave of COVID-19 infection has begun. Data provided by Johns Hopkins University in Maryland revealed that the U.S. surpassed 51,000 new daily cases on Oct. 13, marking the first time in over two months that the number exceeded 50,000. The post
Landlords can resume eviction proceedings after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued clarifications to a previous executive order from President Donald Trump. A study conducted by Harvard University’s Department of Housing Studies revealed that half of Americans who rent are either severely rent-burdened or moderately rent-burdened. For African Americans and Hispanics, researchers at
On Saturday, October 17, the Taste of Soul family festival, despite of the current COVID-19 pandemic, found a way to bring the energy, spirit, love, essence, and tradition of the beloved festival with the Virtual Taste of Soul Experience, a three-hour program hosted by comedic actress, Kym Whitley, whose beautiful personality and talent was a
The changes — expected this week — will allow family entertainment centers to open outdoors; eliminate a requirement that customers at wineries and breweries have to make reservations; and remove the food requirement for wineries.
San Quentin prison must reduce its inmate population by at least 1,000, a California appeals court rules in a case filed after a COVID-19 outbreak.
All personal care services — including massage and tattoo parlors — will now be allowed to resume modified indoor operations statewide.
Experts warn of pandemic fatigue and complacency with the approaching holidays, which have the potential to be super-spreading events.
DETROIT (AP) — Downtown Detroit was returning to its roots as a vibrant city center, motoring away from its past as the model of urban ruin. Then the pandemic showed up, emptying once-bustling streets and forcing many office workers to flee to their suburban homes. Anthony Frank, who manages Dessert Oasis and Coffee Roasters on