Daily Archives: May 27, 2020

Business Owner Connects DC Residents With Farm Fresh Food

A D.C. business owner created a new way to get fresh food to D.C. residents’ doors. Sara Polon started Soupergirl a dozen years ago, using fresh foods for her soups marketed to major food chains. Now she is partnered with Spring Valley Farm and Orchard in West Virginia to distribute farmers market boxes. “It was completely reinventing, and we’ve had…

Toddler Stabbed in Northeast DC; Suspect in Custody

An 18-month-old girl was stabbed in Northeast D.C. Wednesday evening, police say. The stabbing happened just before 6 p.m. in the 1700 block of Benning Road NE. Medics took the child to a hospital. She was conscious and breathing. The extent of her injuries is unclear at this time. Police say one suspect is in custody, but gave no further…

Virginia Begins Posting Daily Antibody Test Numbers and Results Online

This week, Virginia began releasing information on how many people have been tested for coronavirus antibodies and how many of those tests have come back positive. Antibodies are blood proteins produced by the immune system and can be an indicator of prior coronavirus exposure, not current infection. They may offer some level of protection from future infection, whether the individual ever…