With Duluth's biggest annual event canceled for the year, it means even more loss of revenue for many businesses. Plus, people are missing the connection the race brings, whether they are runners or volunteers.
The 44th running of Grandma's Marathon has been canceled due to the new coronavirus pandemic. This is the first time Grandma's Marathon has been canceled since the initial race in 1977.
All St. Luke's primary and specialty care clinics are now offering telehealth visits. They have done this in the past before, but it has never been completely virtual like it is now.
Hundreds of people lined up for a free farmers market at Bent Paddle Brewery where hundreds of pounds of food were given away.
Finances are a concern for a lot of people, especially those who have recently lost their job or filed for unemployment. Financial advisors are offering advice to people struggling.
Ashland County has seen its first COVID-19 case as more cases are reported in Bayfield and Gogebic counties. Meanwhile, Iron County officials are defending their handling of a fatal case.