FORT WAYNE — To protect clients, staff and the greater community from the risks of COVID-19, Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana is immediately closing its office to walk-in visits.

CHURUBUSCO — As the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to impact communities all over the United States, the Red Cross is calling for people to provide blood to support hospital patients in Indiana and across the country.

Director of Ohio Department of Public Health Amy Acton on March 22 issued a stay-at-home order for all Ohio residents to halt the spread of COVID-19, which was known to have killed three Buckeyes and hospitalized 83. All residents must remain in their homes or places of residence. Those usin…

Comcast Corp. announced measures designed to help communities it serves do more e-learning, teleworking and generally adjust to hunkering down at home to slow the spread of coronavirus.

The sky was getting light in the east when I got a bowl of cereal, a glass of orange juice and sat at the dining room table. It was nearly dark in the dining room but I didn’t turn on the light. I didn’t want the light disturbing the birds at the feeders outside the window.

Happy birthday tomorrow to Al Digregory, twins Perry and Joel Childs, Pamela R. Craig and Phyllis Herendeen; to Carmen Horn and Tavin Ray on the 28th; Ryan Sollazzo on the 29th; Bob Allman, Helen Steinbarger, Kristin Hollopeter, Amy Mickle and Laura Lemish on the 30th; Ronald (Bub) Crawford,…

When talking about school closings and coronavirus with kids, we want to focus on safety — make sure kids know that they are safe — physically, mentally and emotionally — body, mind, spirit. Make sure they know they were not, and are not in danger, and that schools are closing in order to ke…