Day: October 2, 2020

Cases and hospitalizations in California down more than 60% from their previous highs

California agencies reported 4,159 new cases and 80 new deaths of the coronavirus as of Saturday,  according to unofficial totals from public health websites.  The cumulative number of coronavirus cases is 805,133 and 15,556 deaths.

The seven-day average of 3,336 new cases from the coronavirus represents a 66% decline since its high of 9,935, July 23, while the seven-day average of 85 new deaths is a 44% drop from its Aug. 15 high of 150, according to an analysis of data from public health websites Saturday.

Hospitalizations statewide are down 62% from their July 21 high of 8,820.  According to health agencies, there were 3,307 people in the hospital for COVID-related reasons on Saturday, 177 fewer than reported the previous day.

All data on the state tracker is preliminary and subject to change.


According to the California Department of Public Health several counties were lowered to less restrictive levels of

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Overbrook Village to bring fitness studio, market, townhomes to old Lime Cola building | Greenville Business

The old Lime Cola Bottling Company building along East North Street will become the centerpiece for a new mixed-use development called Overbrook Village.

The development will border two longstanding Greenville communities – the Overbrook Historic District and Greenline-Spartanburg neighborhood – and be the site for retail establishments, including a fitness studio and food market concept, and townhomes.

The former Lime Cola facility, today in a state of disrepair at the corner of East North and Chestnut streets, will house the new C.O.R.E. Grow Strong athleisure boutique currently on East Washington Street.

Rendering of Overbrook Village

A rendering showing how the old Lime Cola Bottling Company building will look after renovation as part of the Overbrook Village project. Provided

The 4,200-square-foot building will also be home to C.O.R.E. owner Currie Gossett’s new fitness studio and plant-based market.

The Lime Cola building, built in 1948, is one of the few remaining vestiges

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