1st deadlines for laid-off workers to get health insurance
Health

1st deadlines for laid-off workers to get health insurance

Many laid-off workers who lost health insurance in the coronavirus shutdown soon face the first deadlines to qualify for fallback coverage under the Affordable Care Act

Health

Health group, community center get $48M endowments in Maine

A health group and community center will receive a combined $48 million in endowments to grow services for central Maine

Western Brewery was a training ground for others
Once Upon a Time

Western Brewery was a training ground for others

The Western Brewery was started by a Welshman named Richard Francis. It is not known exactly when he founded the brewery, but it was likely sometime in the 1840s.

Health

Blessing postpones summer Youth Corps program

Blessing Health System has postponed its summer Youth Corps program with COVID-19-related visiting restrictions in place at Blessing Hospital.

'The End Times': 'Even to the end of the age'
Religion

'The End Times': 'Even to the end of the age'

This column is part one in an ongoing series about the biblical end of days and the book of Revelation. “The End Times” will be continued next week.

Health

Cabinet Secretary Azar visits testing site in North Carolina

A key booster of President Donald Trumpís administration response to the new coronavirus and efforts to revive the national economy is visiting North Carolina

Businesses continue preparations to welcome back customers
Business

Businesses continue preparations to welcome back customers

Using every other table is one of the ways Tiramisu in downtown Quincy plans to welcome back customers when the Italian eatery is able to welcome dine-in customers.

New Mexico's Medicaid enrollment rises during pandemic
Health

New Mexico's Medicaid enrollment rises during pandemic

New Mexico health insurance regulators say statewide enrollment in Medicaid is on the rise as businesses shed workers in response to the coronavirus pandemic

Health

Grant will help Tennessee recruit hospital psychiatrists

The Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services has received $200,000 to recruit physicians to the stateís regional mental health hospitals

Camp Point woman likes making 'good food'
Food

Camp Point woman likes making 'good food'

Randi Bobier believes one of the most important ingredients in her cooking just might be love.
"Like with anything you have to be passionate about what you're doing," she said.