Throughout the pandemic, pulling on a mask to interact with strangers became a matter of course – and new guidance freeing vaccinated individuals from the ritual has some worried.Read more
Gov. Greg Abbott Tuesday issued an executive order prohibiting governmental entities in Texas from requiring or mandating mask wearing.Read more
Highland Park ISD parent Spencer Siino filed a court petition asking for pre-suit depositions from district staff members and school board members about the district’s mask policy.Read more
A woman was asked to leave Mass at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, and eventually escorted out by police, for not wearing a mask.Read more
The Highland Park ISD board of trustees will have three new faces after May.Read more
As the state, country, and county reacted to Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement that the state would open 100% on March 10 – and that the mask mandate would be lifted – readers have been letting us know how they feel.Read more
The Texas Senate and House have different rules for their members. But both require members to wear masks, though there are exceptions to when their faces must be covered.Read more
While Gov. Greg Abbott is lifting the statewide mask mandate effective Wednesday, local municipalities will continue to ask visitors to city and town buildings to mask up.Read more
After Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement, pandemic schooling grappled with two questions: Do we change our policies, and how do we get our staff vaccinated?Read more
Despite the temperatures rising and the snow melting, it will take longer to assess all the damage wrought by thisRead more
How do you look back on a year like 2020?
Texas Monthly gave it a try with their annual Bum Steer awards. People Newspapers readers may remember at least one of this year’s so called COVID Nineteen.