Jennifer S. works at two separate H.E.B. stores in central and West Texas. She was overwhelmed with the changes at both her university and her store during the mid-way point of the month of March. She was working at the start of the panic buying that impacted the H.E.B. store in San Angelo. This audio story delves into her response to the event and how she sees things going forward.
By Nellie Leavens Automotive services have been declared “essential services” during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Port Lavaca Ford dealership is taking steps to ensure the safety of their employees and customers while they provide that essential service. Luke Bodie, the Sales Manager at Port Lavaca Ford, provided detailed insight into the actions being taken by […]
by Marissa Martinez NEW YORK – From the Vessel to established companies to colored neon signs in Times Square, New York City attracts more than 65 million visitors per year, but the city has largely been abandoned due to the coronavirus. The pandemic is halting the nation’s largest city as New York has more than […]