Happy weekend, everyone!
It was March … and now, suddenly, it’s May!
Under normal circumstances, we would all be busy planning and attending graduations and graduation parties, celebrating Mother’s Day with loved ones and planning summer trips and backyard-gatherings, but instead, many of us are preparing to take our first steps back into a modified normal version of our lives.
As we begin to reemerge, the Capital-Star will continue to work hard, bringing you the news you need about COVID-19 and the key issues that affect your lives. At a time of trial, the need for clear, concise reporting is more important than ever. And we’re going to deliver it to you. If you have questions or want to pass along story tips, email us at [email protected].
As for our usual disclaimer: Continue self-isolating, stay informed and follow the advice and precautions laid out by state health officials.
As always, the top five stories from this week’s news are below to help you stay current.
All the best,
Cassie Miller | Associate Editor