Monroe County Holding Strong During Pandemic

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Local folks will have to hunker down for the remainder of the month as the governor’s Stay At Home order has been extended through April 30. Non-essential businesses remain closed while restaurants are able to offer to-go orders for curbside pick-up. Grocery stores are doing steady businesses as citizens keep their shelves supplied. Schools remain …

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