• Health & Fitness

    Alabama adds 4,000-plus COVID cases, 635 in 1 county

    The number of new coronavirus cases in Alabama topped 4,000 today. The figures from the Alabama Department of Public Health show the state has recorded 623,919 cases of COVID-19 since March 2020, adding 4,167 since yesterday. Another 35 deaths were added bringing the total to 7,890. One county – Mobile – saw the greatest increase with 635 new cases. Other counties with three-digit increases were: Baldwin (338), Etowah (109), Houston (132), Jefferson (470), Lee (112), Madison (209), Marshall (121), Montgomery (140), Shelby (169) and Tuscaloosa (100). Hospitalizations are now at 2,371, compared to 277 a month ago. Here are the  

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  • Fashion & Shopping

    Stirling shopping centre adds two more fashion names amid Covid bounceback

    The Thistles centre in Stirling, pictured pre-Covid, has more than 70 shops and cafes. Blue Inc a menswear brand offering “affordable, on-trend looks”, will operate from a unit previously occupied by Burton, which disappeared from the high street following the collapse of Arcadia Group. Meanwhile, Leading Labels, a multi-brand fashion retailer providing a selection of womenswear and menswear, will be housed next door in a slightly larger unit. Sign up to our daily newsletter The i newsletter cut through the noise The new stores join the centre following the arrival of watch and jewellery repair company Time Inc and beauty  

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