Ohio Hills Health Services is actively developing a long-term plan to begin offering COVID-19 testing as a result of receiving funding through the Health Resources and Services Administration.
“We have decided to continue with takeout only for a while longer,” read the Facebook notice from Marv’s Place Restaurant, in Sardis, Thursday, May 21. “Therefore, we are not going to be open for indoor seating at this time.”
After weeks of steady increases in positive cases, the Monroe County Health Department hopes that the county has hit its peak.
Every year, local veterans’ organizations make sure those who gave all are given a proper tribute on Memorial Day.
Even a 20-minute downpour couldn’t dampen the spirit and enthusiasm during Beallsville High School’s graduation parade Friday, May 22.
Another week of surges in positive COVID-19 cases led to the first deaths to come from the virus last week.
The week started with a gradual increase in positive cases.
A local group of quilters responded to the COVID-19 health guidelines in a colorful way, by making face masks from quilting fabrics.
The chain-link fence above Beallsville’s football field holds a line of thirty blue and white banners, one for each of the High School’s graduating seniors. The banners for River’s high school graduates likewise hang from the school’s football field.
At some point, the Monroe County Commissioners will have to scale back limitations on access to the Monroe County Courthouse.
Monroe County Recorder Ann Block’s office was the first county department to allow physical access in the Monroe County Courthouse.
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