NEW YORK — This is what “normal” will look like for the foreseeable future.
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DANVILLE — With so many events city and countywide being canceled with the coronavirus this year, Mayor Rickey Williams Jr. said he’s looking …
Friendly Tavern owner Scott Barnes said curbside and carry-out business combined with the reopening of the dining room gets him to about 75% of his revenues pre-COVID-19.
Public health guidelines in a pandemic need to satisfy, at the very least, one basic criteria: Is a practice or activity safe?
A line of people awaiting haircuts stood outside Great Clips on Monday when the business opened after being closed for more than a month.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Indiana residents can once again sit down in a restaurant to eat, but they will see many changes to operations.
GOSHEN — When local restaurants opened Monday morning after two months of not being able to serve customers inside, the hope was regulars would flock back in. It was more like a trickle.
As part of Gov. Eric Holcomb's five-step return to normalcy, dining rooms in Wabash Valley restaurants can begin reopening Monday, and many restaurateurs are taking steps now to protect their employees and diners alike. Closed to sit-down dining since the state was ordered to stay home in March due to the spread of COVID-19, eateries are eager to again welcome diners, albeit with some changes.
NEW ALBANY — Wick’s Pizza Parlor in downtown New Albany is currently closed.
In his introduction for the 1970 landmark book, Alvin Toffler explained, “I coined the term ‘future shock’ to describe the shattering stress and disorientation that we induce in individuals by subjecting them to too much change in too short of time.”