• Juneau: State to distribute $35 million of CARES Act funding to nonprofits in Alaska

    Alaskan nonprofits and faith-based organizations that provide critical services to Alaskans can now apply for financial relief through the Coronavirus Nonprofit Relief Fund, a new State of Alaska grant program. The state set aside $35 million from CARES... Read more

  • Texas: Governor Abbott Announces Additional Federal Resources Activated To Combat COVID-19 In The Houston Region

    Governor Greg Abbott has been working with Vice President Mike Pence and members of the Trump Administration to ensure the medical needs of Texans will be met as the State responds to COVID-19.. Read more

  • Juneau has a new resident case of COVID-19

    The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) reports today one new resident case of COVID-19 in Juneau. How the person contracted the virus is under investigation. The resident case is part of 55 new cases statewide – 51 Alaska residents.... Read more

  • Atlanta: Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Orders City's Phased Reopening Plan to be Moved Back to Phase I

    Mayor's Office of Communications 55 Trinity Avenue, Suite 2500 • Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Orders City's Phased Reopening Plan to be Moved Back to Phase I ATLANTA—Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has issued an Order directing.... Read more

  • Springfield: July 10, 2020 - Health Department announces potential COVID-19 community exposures

    The Springfield-Greene County Health Department is notifying the public of potential community exposures from six COVID-19 positive individuals.. Read more

  • Boston: Phase 3 reopening guidance for indoor fitness, outdoor events and performances, and tourism industry issued

    Step One of Phase III of the four-phase Reopening Massachusetts plan will begin on Monday, July 13 in the City of Boston. Read more

  • Start of in-person summer youth programming for Boston Centers for Youth & Families announced

    All programming will be operated in accordance with public health guidelines. Read more

  • Boston Housing Authority extends moratorium for nonessential evictions through 2020

    Policy addresses hardship in an unstable economy, reduces COVID-19 risks. Read more

  • Columbia police investigate reports of indecency near the 1900 block of Forum on the MKT Trail, July 8

    On July 8, park rangers were contacted by two female citizens relating to two separate incidents of indecency that took place on the MKT Trail near the 1900 block of Forum. 

    One adult female reported that at approxim. Read more

  • Pennsylvania: Governor Wolf Signs Executive Order Authorizing Commonwealth Agencies to Conduct Remote Administrative Proceedings

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to help reduce unnecessary in-person contact that can spread the virus, Governor Tom Wolf signed an executive order today authorizing state agencies to conduct administrative proceedings remotely. Several state age. Read more

  • Pennsylvania: Administración Wolf: Usen máscaras para proteger y apoyar a las empresas locales

    En el día de la fecha, el Gobernador Tom Wolf, el Secretario del Departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario y Económico, Dennis Davin, y el Secretario de Agricultura, Russell Redding, recordaron a los residentes de Pennsylvania que deben usar máscaras mientra. Read more