It has been more than a year since the start of the pandemic and restaurants are still waiting for the moment they can return to filling their tables with hungry people. They are waiting, keeping hope alive, and you safe.
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Things got rough, but people adapted, the food kept coming, but he was not alone.
Healthcare workers from the Medical University of South Carolina administer free Covid-19 tests at a site in a parking lot between Edmund's Oa…
As we celebrate the start of a new year, the pandemic rages on across the world. Like most of 2020, how we cross into the new year will look different than most in the past, with social distancing guidelines, masks, and other health protocols.
Restaurants and bars have been prohibited from allowing indoor dining since Nov. 23, in response to a surge in COVID-19 cases across the state.
The National Restaurant Association is publicly pleading with Congress to pass new stimulus to help the industry that has been damaged by the pandemic.
Gov. Andy Beshear expressed cautious optimism that the rate of case growth has been slowing over the past three weeks, saying the state is seeing signs that the restrictions in place are working to mitigate the spread of the virus.
The Marshall County Fiscal Court is planning to help local restaurants provide more outdoor seating options in lieu of Governor Beshear's order banning indoor dining until December 13. Click "read more" to see how you will be able to dine.
The order will provide tents for restaurants to have outdoor seating available.