One casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic won’t stay empty when social outings become normal again.
Brooklyn artist Christine Dehlinger said she didn’t make “fine art” for more than 20 years because the “energy wasn’t there and the time wasn’t right.”
Though COVID-19 has dealt a financial blow to the tourism industry, Paul Harms still helped bring a new hotel to Stoughton this summer.
Some Fitchburg pharmacies are providing flu vaccines a little differently this year amid the pandemic, paving the way for when one is available to help prevent COVID-19.
Since April, Promega has been conducting a voluntary study of Madison area residents who had COVID-19 and recovered – 65 people and counting – to develop a test detecting SARS-CoV-2 antibodies.