Do you have a question about COVID-19? Local health officials have put together hotlines that the community can call with questions related to the new coronavirus and learn more about available resources.
Once again, there will be no big community Thanksgiving at the DECC. Instead, volunteers will deliver meals to people who are homeless or homebound. You can request a delivery by calling (218) 723-6484. Or there are six locations to pick up a meal between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. next Thursday.
For the first time in decades, the City of Superior will clear snow from some sidewalks to clear the way for students walking to school. The plows will run along routes which were identified as part of the Safe-Routes-to-Schools Plan.
The Miller-Dwan Foundation and its partners have worked together to help expand mental health services in Superior. They are being acknowledged for their efforts with a Touchstone Award from the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation.
On Wednesday, organizers laid out their plans for the NorthShore Inline Marathon race weekend, which is from September 17-19. After last year's event was held virtually, this year's race will be returning to an in-person format.
When choosing to swim in Lake Superior, it's important to keep the possibility of rip currents in mind. Duluth Fire Department Assistant Chief Brent Consie says if you're caught in a rip current to swim parallel to shore, and to not fight the rip current.
On Wednesday night, the public had the chance to weigh in on an upcoming construction project on London Road. The project isn't expected to begin until 2025, but MnDOT wants to find out what improvements the community wants to see done with it.