Florida’s Department of Health on Friday confirmed 9,007 additional cases of COVID-19, bringing the state’s known total to 470,386. There were also 257 Florida resident deaths announced, breaking a fatality … Click to Continue »
Star-Banner dives into Marion’s alarming COVID-19 numbers and answers questions, including the input of 2,000 unreported negative tests
Alachua County’s 21st COVID-19 death is that of a 50-year-old man who had no known contact with anyone positive for the virus.
Point University student-athletes start arriving on campus on Aug. 8, signaling the start of the 2020-21 school year. Like colleges around the country, Point has been working on its plans to reopen its campus and […]
While several restaurants, new and expanded, are preparing to open, others have closed or remain at reduced operations. Brennan’s of Houston extends layoffs Due to the ongoing pandemic, Brennan’s of Houston is extending what were […]
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SAN QUENTIN — A 48-year-old man convicted of murder and robbery died Sunday of apparent COVID-19 complications, state prison officials said. Death-row inmate Orlando G. Romero had been receiving treated at an outside hospital, California […]