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Millennial Money: How to move safely during a pandemic

If you are considering moving, be prepared for things to work a little differently and plan ahead to make it less of a hassle. (Patrick Semansky/AP File Photo)

Moving is stressful enough without throwing a pandemic into the mix

Wave of evictions expected as moratoriums end in many states

Natasha Blunt poses for a portrait in New Orleans, Friday, July 31, 2020. Blunt owes thousands of dollars in back rent after she lost her banquet porter job. She has yet to receive her stimulus check and has not been approved for unemployment benefits. Her family is getting by with food stamps and the charity of neighbors. (Dorthy Ray/AP Photo)

Housing advocates fear that they could see a wave of evictions in the coming months, as states end moratoriums put in place during the coronavirus pandemic

COVID-19 reshapes and reduces back-to-school spending

Back-to-school supplies await shoppers at a store on Saturday, July 11, 2020, in Marlborough, Mass.  The pandemic has dragged into the new school year and wreaked havoc on reopening plans. That has extended to the back-to-school shopping season, the second most important period for retailers behind the holidays. (Bill Sikes/AP Photo)

As the pandemic drags into the new school year, it is upending the back-to-school shopping season


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Preston farm stand sees new life as Riegel Farm and Forge

Anna Riegel and her daughter, Lucy, 3, pick zucchini for their new Riegel Farm and Forge farm stand at the Parkhurst farm stand Saturday, Aug. 1, 2020, in Preston. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Anna and Mike Riegel live by the four Fs: faith, family, farming and forging. Riegel Farm and Forge is a testament to those values.

With power out, hotel room vacancies disappear

Demand for lodging outstrips supply in region and state in wake of Tropical Storm Isaias.

UPDATED: U.S. adds 1.8 million jobs in a sign that hiring has slowed

Unemployment falls to 10.2% even as US job growth slowed to 1.8 million in July under pressure from pandemic