GALENA, Ill. — Organizers have canceled the 2021 Special Olympics Illinois Winter Games.
Bryce Parks spends all year preparing for the next couple of months.
After the COVID-19 pandemic shined a light on shortfalls with not only Iowa’s but the nation’s public health system, Iowa Rep. Chuck Isenhart said, he is running for re-election to have a hand in making a difference.
Each day, the Telegraph Herald is recapping changes in local COVID-19 testing and recovery. Tuesday’s developments included:
In Iowa, 1,175 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported between 11 a.m. Monday and 11 a.m. Tuesday, pushing the state’s total to 117,635.
By Congresswoman Gwen Moore As we enter the final stretch of this election, we know that there is so much on the line. A deadly pandemic continues to tear through our community. A painful economic recession is forcing families to decide between keeping food on the table or a roof over their heads. All this
By Karen Stokes As Milwaukee continues to navigate the COVID-19 virus, there’s been a transition in the National Guard drive-up testing sites. The new COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites opened Monday, Oct.19 at the Miller Park parking lot, 1 Brewers Way, the Southside Health Center, 1639 S. 23rd St., and the Northwest Health Center, 7630 W.
Legislatively Speaking Wisconsin Republicans Unprepared to Lead As Death Toll Rises Wisconsin’s Republican controlled state Legislature has pretty much been missing in action, when it comes to minimizing the universal damage of COVID-19. In fairness, I don’t want to give the impression that Republicans have not been working. After all, they have been busy fighting
By Sam Woods Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service This story was originally published by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, where you can find other stories reporting on fifteen city neighborhoods in Milwaukee. Visit milwaukeenns.org. Even when symptoms are mild, quarantining and re-entering the world can be a lonely experience for COVID-19 survivors. We talked to two recent
By Edgar Mendez Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service This story was originally published by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, where you can find other stories reporting on fifteen city neighborhoods in Milwaukee. Visit milwaukeenns.org. As the pandemic hit and life as most knew it screeched to a halt, Villard Avenue Business Improvement District leaders were faced with