Napa County residents are resilient. From earthquakes to floods to wildfires, the people of Napa County know how to come together and support each other through tough times. The COVID-19 pandemic is no different.
While there has been a lot of bad news left in the wake of the coronavirus, there have also been bright moments in our community. This series is meant to serve as a reminder of our community's strength. These are some of the positive stories that we've run in the past few weeks -- a celebration of our kindhearted neighbors and a note of gratitude for their continued benevolence.
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Napa's Lake Park neighborhood has erupted with community spirit since the shelter-at-home order.
COVID-19 temporarily closed his Michelin-starred Napa restaurant, so chef Ken Frank decided to feed the homeless.
On Sunday, two Napa residents toured neighborhoods as the Easter bunny to greet families homebound by the COVID-19 shutdown.
Napans are getting creative to help fight the spread of COVID-19 -- they're making their own protective masks.
Napans have embraced stuffed animals to make neighborhood walks more entertaining for children.
The Odd Fellows have volunteered to distribute food at the St. Helena Community Food Pantry.
The Rotary Club of Calistoga has donated $10,000 for families in need in the form of gift certificates to local food markets.
It’s hard to gauge exactly how many people in the Napa Valley are struggling to feed their families because they are out of work due to the CO…