Chinese restaurants in Meridian Township report financial hardships caused by the prolonged pandemic and the ever-increasing number of infections. The local government took many ways to support them. Those Chinese restaurants are also seeking new development paths.
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, Mich. – Jason Perrin and Lesley Stauffer, teachers in the East China School District, proposed a new virtual academy for next fall. The program, called the East China Virtual Academy, will be open to K-12 students and will allow users to diversify their schedules based on their own learning needs.
Texas was the first state to re-open to max capacity, allowing arenas like the American Airlines Center, home of The Dallas Stars, to provide a safe fan experience.
Game day procedures
Fans received an email, following their ticket purchase that laid out the requirements for entering the American Airlines Center. The check-in email required fans to take precautions before arriving at the event. An entry survey was the first step in the check-in process: All guests needed to complete the COVID screening before arriving at the arena. “Definitely just glad that we are able to get back in the arena and watch the team live,” said Chris Reichert, a Dallas Stars fan. “The experience here has been fantastic, and I’m really glad that they allowed us back.”
Bags, cash and unmasked fans were not allowed to enter the building.
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, Mich. – Deborah Kaufman, a 66-year-old retired resident of St. Clair County, patiently waited in the Kroger pharmacy in early March to receive her first vaccination shot for COVID-19. After a 15-minute wait, she was led into a small private room and given the shot.
Williamston Police Department teams up with Ingham County Families Against Narcotics for the Hope Not Handcuffs program. The program assists those struggling with drug addiction and others affected by substance abuse.
The Williamston High School Inventeam designed a Roomba-like beach clean-up invention for the Lemelson-MIT program. They were accepted into the program for the 2019-2020 school year, which makes this the school’s third trip to Eurekafest.
As COVID-19 continues to enforce social distancing, Waterford live streamed annual state of the township address via Zoom and Facebook Live to a sizable audience — of the 150 registered, 114 watched the event.