The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced on Friday that expiration dates for driver's licenses, identification cards, learner's permits, disability placards, vehicle registrations, and safety and emission inspections will be extended for all Pennsylvania residents in response …
Allegheny County -- Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny County) has prepared a piece of legislation that could allow construction projects throughout Pennsylvania to move forward as long as disease mitigation efforts are undertaken in accordance with…
Harrisburg, Pa. -- As the state continues to seek relief to save lives and stop the spread of COVID-19, today Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine revised their “Stay at Home” orders to include Beaver, Centre and Washington counties, bringing the state total to 22 coun…
Carlisle, Pa. – To help provide assistance for the youngest members of the community during the COVID-19 pandemic, The GIANT Company is donating $250,000 to support COVID-19 mitigation efforts.
There’s no denying that the new strain of coronavirus causing COVID-19 is of special concern to seniors and those with chronic health conditions, such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and respiratory disease. But it’s important to remember not to panic and that there are steps you can tak…
- Massive black bear hit in Potter County
- Wellsboro bookstore cats inducted into Feline Historical Society
- First case of COVID-19 reported in Lycoming County; patient in home quarantine
- Woman wielded knife in Wegmans: WBPD
- Three charged with assaulting woman at her home
- Officials in Lycoming County confirm first case of COVID-19
- Burglary at Harmonia club leads to one arrest
- Lock Haven man arrested for alleged bath salts intoxication
- Lycoming County officials don't know location of coronavirus patients
- The cross at Grampian Hills
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Although schools have closed throughout the state, Safe2Say Somethingwill remain available for use. Safe2Say Something is the statewide tip line for students throughout the state with concerns about themselves or for others, for example due to depression or cyberbullying.
For the health and safety their campus communities and in part due to restrictions on event sizes, Mansfield and Bloomsburg Universities have made the difficult decision to postpone their Spring 2020 Commencement ceremonies. Mansfield's was originally scheduled for May 2, and Bloomsburg's wa…
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.
Lewisburg, Pa. – Evangelical Community Hospital has opened a COVID-19 unit at the hospital for patients who are awaiting COVID-19 results.
As we all continue to navigate purchasing what is needed for our families during isolation and distancing, residents are being reminded not to panic buy. The Secretary of Agriculture, Giant Foods, and the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank all recently voiced concerns over hoarding practices and…
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.
Altoona, Pa. —Sheetz says they will pay employees an additional $3 per hour in an effort to support frontline employees who are working tirelessly through the COVID-19 crisis. Since Sheetz sells gasoline and food, it's considered an essential business and was not part of the shutdown ordered…
Harrisburg, Pa. – The Department of Homeland Security has postponed the enforcement date for REAL ID from October 1, 2020, to October 1, 2021, in response to COVID-19 and the national emergency declaration.
Danville, Pa. -- When their business stalled due to the coronavirus, Tim Clark, Vice President of Operations at Zartman Construction, Northumberland, saw an opportunity to give back. The company decided to give several cases of N-95 masks - normally used for demolition work - to Geisinger.
This week, Mayor of Montoursville Steve Bagwell alerted residents to the closure of many of the facilities at Indian Park, including basketball courts, tennis courts, baseball fields, and playground equipment.
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…