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Stay-At-Home 2.0 Order Slated To End In New Hampshire Soon

CONCORD, NH — The state of New Hampshire has created a new program to encourage Granite Staters to get a new coronavirus test — and Gov. Chris Sununu is signing up to get one, too.

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services’ new “asymptomatic spread assessment program” or ASAP testing initiative has been created to find residents who might be infected with COVID-19 and just do not know it. Sununu said he had not had a test yet either but has not symptoms since the pandemic started in early March. But now, he would be getting one, too.

“We really want to encourage everyone, even if you don’t have no symptoms at all, to get a test,” Sununu said. “There is a lot of asymptomatic spread that has been identified, not just here in New Hampshire, but across the country, and we want everyone to know those doors

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Rag & Bone Lays Off Retail, Corporate Workers

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Rag & Bone is yet another company that’s making permanent changes due to the economic fallout caused by the coronavirus.

The brand has permanently laid off at least 70 employees, WWD has learned, a mix of retail and corporate workers, and furloughed the rest of its staff for the time being. The layoffs affect operations in the U.S., where it has 30 stores, including several outlet locations.

A company representative confirmed there were layoffs without specifying how many people were affected, but said there was a reduction in employees across the whole of corporate and retail.

“A comprehensive assessment of all areas within the business was made to maintain the critical needs of the organization,” the company said in a statement.

Those who lost their jobs with Rag & Bone permanently were given severance and assistance with health-care benefits. According to

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Napa Man Accused In 4 Home Burglaries, 5 Car Thefts: Police

NAPA, CA — A Napa man described by police as a “professional criminal” remains jailed after his latest alleged crime spree that involved breaking into two Napa homes and making off with tools and a BMW from one of them, according to Napa police.

The first burglary was reported around 11:40 p.m. May 19 when a woman in the 2400 block of Flora Street in West Napa called 911 to say a man had just broken into her home.

At the time of the burglary, the 64-year-old woman was home with her husband and elderly mother, Napa police Lt. Gary Pitkin said.

Officers working the night shift responded and checked the area for the burglar. As they met with the victims and reviewed home surveillance camera footage, the officers identified the suspect as Jake Lenning, a 29-year-old Napa transient, Pitkin said.

Lenning was previously arrested April 11 on suspicion

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Museum plan will allow young children examine mother nature, creative imagination | Area Information

LEWISBURG — The Lewisburg Children’s Museum announced a collection of out of doors workshops beginning Saturday as element of its Museum W.O.W. (Museum Without Partitions) plan. Pre-registration needed.

The outdoor packages get children and families checking out character and other innovative pursuits, when supplying kids a area to safely learn, visualize and engage in.

Museum WOW involves a stream study from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the Dale Engle Walker Dwelling, 1471 Strawbridge Street, Lewisburg, in partnership with the Union County Historic Modern society and the Union County Conservation District an introduction to biology with an owl pellet dissection from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Oct. 17 in partnership with the Montour Place Recreation Commission and a nature photography workshop from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Oct. 24 led by a community college professor. An introductory American Indication Language workshop for families is also remaining created for 2 to 3 p.m.

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