Williamsport — A small crack could be heard in Sarah Kudlack’s voice as she described the current situation facing her business as she and her husband juggle a desire to help the community and retain employees that have been loyal to the business.
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New unemployment claims in Pa. have topped 645,000, according to a Spotlight Pa article published Friday. Many have found themselves out of work during this crisis; however, several local businesses are looking to hire.
Lycoming County officials don't know which townships have positive cases of coronavirus, Lycoming County Public Safety Director Jeff Hutchins said today.
Williamsport -- Horizon Federal Credit Union has implemented a new program to offer some financial relief to those who have lost income as a result of COVID-19.
So much can change in a couple of weeks! This column is being written from my home because, like many of you, my employer has asked me to work remotely for my protection and the protection for others. Psychologists like myself are starting to be concerned about the short- and long-term impac…
Beginning Monday, March 30, the Williamsport Area School District will be adjusting its meal assistance program to reduce daily face-to-face interaction given the growing number of COVID-19 across Pennsylvania.
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- Officials in Lycoming County confirm first case of COVID-19
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- Lock Haven man arrested for alleged bath salts intoxication
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- The cross at Grampian Hills
Food pantries across North Central Pennsylvania are changing their procedures to keep serving food during the COVID-19 shutdown. Some improvised collections and distributions of food are being put together by volunteers as well.
Williamsport – For the safety of patients and staff, and to lower their likelihood of exposure to any illness including COVID-19, UPMC facilities in the Susquehanna region have updated visitation restrictions at facilities across the region.
Altoona, Pa. -- Sheetz will temporarily suspend its self-service beverages and self-serve bakery items due to COVID-19 safety concerns, the company annouced in an email letter to customers from Travis Sheetz, President and Chief Operating Officer.
Harrisburg, PA – A number of food assistance resources are available to Pa. residents, according to the Wolf Administration, which says access to food does not stop in spite of the COVID-19 mitigation efforts.
Last week, the Williamsport YWCA was forced to cancel Cinderella's Closet, a prom dress donation program that allows high schoolers to find gently used formal wear for a minimal price. The program may be rescheduled depending on schools' final decisions regarding prom season, but it currentl…
A number of steps have been taken to protect seniors during statewide efforts to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, including specific guidance released by the Department of Aging and loosened requirements for the PACE prescription assistance program.
In order to be tested for COVID-19, people who suspect they might have the virus, who are experiencing symptoms of a fever, dry cough, or shortness of breath, are being asked to see their primary care physician. The doctor evaluates each patient before recommending a test. (Seek help at an E…
Harrisburg -- All facilities at state parks and forests in Pennsylvania will be closed until April 30, 2020 to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus according to DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn.
Like teachers at schools and colleges, instructors in music and art around northcentral Pennsylvania are hustling to figure out ways to teach their students over the internet.
A new COVID-19 specimen collection site at the UPMC Williamsport Hospital opens today to increase testing capacity in a safe and controlled environment. “We have already been testing patients for coronavirus,” said Heather Stafford, director, Infection Prevention Control at UPMC. This new te…
Beginning Monday, March 23, 2020, VIA Public Media will change its afternoon television schedule from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. to air programs that can provide learn-at-home opportunities for students.