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AUSTIN — A coronavirus outbreak at a San Antonio nursing home has infected more than 60 residents, Mayor Ron Nirenberg said Friday, as the city ordered nursing home operators to stop allowing staff to split their time between several locations.
The University Interscholastic League has amended its previous suspension of activities in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic but held off, for now, canceling what’s yet to be finished.
Dear Heloise: With planting season here, in some parts of the country a common problem is slugs and snails. One way to kill them is to bury a pie plate until its level with the ground. Fill the pie plate with beer and wait. Slugs and snails are attracted to the smell and are killed by the alcohol.
Dear Annie: A few months ago, my husband was laid off from his job. When that happened, he asked if he could just stay home and work on his own personal projects and interests. I work a corporate 9 to 5 job and can barely cover our bills without his salary, but I said yes because I wanted hi…
Dear Readers: Today, April 2, is World Autism Awareness Day. Autism is a complex and multifaceted developmental condition.
The latest event closures due to the coronavirus include the Sirrill Art Gallery's spring art show in Salado and changes to the schedule for Milam Community Theater productions.
Concerts, events and other cultural activities are postponed or canceled because of the coronavirus outbreak.