Donated food feeding homeless during COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has curtailed services to some of the most in-need people in society, the homeless. But one man is making sure those less fortunate are fed when they are hungry.

Lord's Place delivering food to the homeless

The Lord's Place says the need is greater than ever as they are flooded with calls from people who have been living paychek to paycheck and are now unemployed.
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Relief package billions can’t buy hospitals out of shortages amid coronavirus outbreak

For more than a week, governors have pushed back against administration assurances that supplies are available now, bitterly complaining to President Donald Trump that there's no coordination.

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Lord's Place delivering food to the homeless

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Census response rates low due to coronavirus

The April 1 deadline to respond to the 2020 U.S. Census is fast approaching and the U.S. Census Bureau reports that Florida and parts of South Florida are around and below the national average response percentage of 35 percent right now.
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Florida docking plan in the works for ill-fated cruise ships

Passengers from an ill-fated South American cruise are anxious to disembark once they reach Florida, but Gov. Ron DeSantis said the state’s health care resources are already stretched too thin to take on another ship’s coronavirus caseload.

Golfers heading north to Martin County, courses remain open

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Medical supplies in limited supply for non-profit organization

St. Lucie County issues 'safer in place' order

St. Lucie County issues 'safer in place' order

School closures in Palm Beach County, Treasure Coast extended

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Diver killed in incident off the coast of Palm Beach County

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  US cities brace for coronavirus spread; Spain’s hospitals at breaking point

The top infectious-disease expert in the United States warned that smaller U.S. cities are about to witness the rapid acceleration in coronavirus cases that New York is seeing.

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MLB teams pledge $30 million to support ballpark employees

Commissioner Rob Manfred made the announcement Tuesday, a day after pushing back opening day to mid-May at the earliest.

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As virus makes goodbyes hard, fears of many more rise in US

The coronavirus outbreak could kill 100,000 to 200,000 Americans, the U.S. government’s top infectious-disease expert warned on Sunday as smoldering hotspots in nursing homes and a growing list of stricken cities heightened the sense of dread across the country.

Remote learning starts in Palm Beach, Indian River counties

St. Lucie County teacher delivers pizzas to students

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