Monthly Archives: March 2020

Metro Detroit weather forecast: April to bring warmth

DETROIT – We’re leaving March behind, along with the thick clouds and sprinkles. April starts Wednesday morning and the 50s are coming with it. Dreary night As a strong low pressure centered in eastern Canada continues to swirl, its providing just enough lift to give us light sprinkles through tonight. It won’t be enough to […]

Evans Insurance Agency Offers Premium Plans for Car Insurance in Charleston and Hurricane West Virginia

St. Albans, WV — (ReleaseWire) — 03/31/2020 — Evans Insurance Agency was established in the year 1981 and is famed for being one of the most reliable destinations to seek out risk management solutions in West Virginia. Through them, people can purchase comprehensive plans for health, auto, life, and workers’ compensation insurance in Charleston and […]

Primary producers in Central Queensland plead for infrastructure upgrade over flood-prone May Downs Road – ABC Rural

Fed up primary producers in central Queensland are demanding the upgrade of a key road that is regularly ravaged by floods. May Downs Road key points Key points: May Downs Road was closed for 164 days from January 6, 2017 to May 2, 2019 due to flooding Primary producers are calling for the State Government […]

Mt. Scott Community Center to become coronavirus homeless shelter, officials plan for organized outdoor camping

Portland is converting the Mt. Scott Community Center into a 60-bed temporary homeless shelter. Officials said during a Multnomah County board meeting on Tuesday that the Portland Parks and Recreation site would be the fourth shelter that will take in residents from existing shelters and possibly other places to allow homeless people to socially distance. […]

Turkey hunting begins April 1, despite statewide stay-at-home order

by: Korinne Griffith, Kansas Capitol Bureau Posted: Mar 31, 2020 / 05:16 PM CDT / Updated: Mar 31, 2020 / 05:17 PM CDT TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) — Turkey hunting season begins on Wednesday in Kansas, but with the potential spread of the coronavirus on people’s minds, some are concerned it could affect the season. According […]

Davidson County small businesses awarded $1.9M in disaster loans after tornado

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Davidson County small businesses have been approved for $1,931,600 is disaster loans following the deadly March 3 tornado. Mayor John Cooper is encouraging all businesses, nonprofit organizations, homeowners and renters who were impacted by the tornado to apply for assistance. “Business owners of all sizes who were affected by the March […]
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