This is the third and final part of the story about my Aunt Mary's death (unrelated to COVID) during the pandemic.
This is Part One of a three-part series on the death of my Aunt Mary, unrelated to COVID, during the pandemic.
This is part two of a three part series on the death of my Aunt Mary (unrelated to COVID) during the pandemic.
We are trying to create a quarantine pod for kindergarten this fall, rather than sending our daughter to school.
As I read through reopening plans for schools, bars, and everything in between, I’m reminded of TSA after 9/11. Is it all just security theater?
Yes, it is much worse than the flu.
When this is over, I hope I remember these quiet days and the peace we all enjoyed.
Locally, only 30% to 40% of people have filled it out. It was due April 1. Get moving!
Saratoga Hospital's chief medical officer wants people to start planning for their 2+ week illness with the virus.
The Post-Star has (briefly) dropped its paywall so that people can get critically important news about the coronavirus. We are also offering a free trial of our daily e-edition.
Local hospitals will allow one person to stay with laboring mothers, along as the person passes coronavirus screening questions.
I never imagined I'd watch a town meeting live from my couch.
Every day at 10 a.m., preschool musician extraordinaire Laurie Berkner will perform a song and read a book live on Facebook. It cheered us all up!
Answers to many of the questions I keep hearing about this virus.
I’m covering the pandemic and I know there’s dozens of local people in precautionary quarantine. I’d love to interview you about it. What’s it like? How are you staying sane?
Check your temperature three times a day and stay home if it's over 100F.
Good news: if you're quarantined, you will get to stay home. For kids without a mortgage payment, this is unadulterated good news.
In Warren County, four people are still waiting out a precautionary quarantine after traveling home from China. Many others have already been released with no symptoms of the new coronavirus after staying at home for 14 days.
The last two episodes have been a tremendous step forward. I have enjoyed nearly half of each of them!
I had a bit of a chuckle at writing that Queensbury might allow movie theaters at Aviation Mall.
The dictionary comes to my rescue yet again. Coronavirus is neither an epidemic nor a pandemic, right now.
The whole five-episode experience I have endured so far was worth it for one question asked and answered in this episode.
There is just no gentle way to put this. Star Trek: Picard isn’t Star Trek. That doesn’t mean it’s bad. It's Lord of the Rings, on Firefly.
New Moreau Town Board member and Democrat John Donohue and Supervisor Todd Kusnierz are butting heads - but civilly, so far.
Coronavirus requires massive hospital resources, but we had time to plan.