Volunteers from Habitat for Humanity are back to work doing community home repairs. The pandemic kept crews away for the last few months leaving directors overrun with calls from people needing help.

"So many people in Monroe county need help with home repairs, so our phone has been ringing off the hook,” said Executive director Kelly Kemmerer. "They’re telling me their roofs are bad, or they need a water heater, or a washer and dryer, they need our help,” she added.

Kemmerer says although they are back to work some projects may take longer than usual as there will be less people on the work site.