WESTPORT, CT — Westport Town Hall continues “to closed to walk-in services,” and residents are urged to keep wearing face coverings and physically distance as Westport and the state continue to battle the coronavirus (COVID-19). First Selectman Jim Marpe issued an update Monday on the town’s efforts against the virus, […]

Women Have Helped Thousands of Strangers Get the Vaccine Getty Images/InStyle.com My nightly routine these days goes like this: Around 9 p.m., I shower and blow-dry my bangs. Then I get in bed, pull down my eye mask, and drift off for a glorious two-hour snooze. By midnight, I’m back […]

Eligibility and availability are increasing for the three federally approved COVID-19 vaccines, and so are the places where Michiganians can register to get a shot. Michigan said Friday it’s expanding vaccination eligibility to all Michiganians 16 and older starting April 5. Also Friday, the Biden administration announced Friday that Detroit’s […]

Feb. 24—As Michigan surpasses inoculating half a million residents, many are wondering how, and when, they can secure their own doses. While the state has for weeks been focused on healthcare workers, long-term care residents and staff, people 65 and older, front-line essential workers, childcare and K-12 staff, eligibility is […]

William Perry Pendley was serving illegally as the Bureau of Land Management’s acting director when the agency’s updated resource management plan for the Montrose area was approved, thus, the plan should be voided, the Colorado Attorney General’s Office contends in a lawsuit. The suit, filed Friday, also alleges the plan’s […]

As the global COVID-19 pandemic continues, talking to your therapist over the internet may be here to stay. Where you may have once traveled to a therapist’s office and sat face-to-face for an hour, you can now boot up your computer and log onto a secure, encrypted video platform like […]