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People are struggling as winter approaches, and local businesses are only sort of open.
Add in the pandemic, the struggle for racial justice and the uncertainty surrounding the election, and the anxiety can be overwhelming.
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach handled record amounts of imports in August. Meanwhile, warehouse rents increased by 10% from this time last year.
The Pacific National Exhibition in Vancouver has had a devastating 2020. Could displaced Hollywood film production help keep it afloat?
The cost may push people in need of exams back to the doctor's office detering others from seeking medical help, health experts say.
Social places by nature, bars have faced tighter restrictions than many other businesses, and are suffering the consequences.
“We just kind of pick up what's on the bottom and keep everything stirred up,” said Wayne Hogan, owner of Galaxy Office Furniture in North Little Rock, Arkansas.