WSJM Morning News-10/28/2020
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In this edition:
- Health officials are deeply concerned about the rising number of coronavirus cases across the state, especially as winter nears and more people spend time indoors.
- Cases of COVID-19 have shot up in Berrien County in recent weeks.
- Congressman Fred Upton says the opportunity to get another COVID-19 relief bill approved in Washington before the election has been lost.
- Two financial institutions are becoming one as St. Joseph-based United Federal Credit Union is acquiring Edgewater Bank.
- Four organizations are set to make downtown St. Joseph a lot brighter this winter by lighting 84 trees with 60,000 lights.
- Are you making plans to travel this holiday season? A new Triple A survey shows 1-in-5 Michigan residents plan to travel this holiday season.
- The election is just five days from today, and more than two million people have already voted absentee in Michigan.
- With Celebration Cinema now back open, the chain is offering private screenings for those who want to control who’s in the room.
Full story at: https://www.wsjm.com/2020/10/28/wsjm-morning-news-10-28-2020/