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Gov. Tom Wolf will lift most of his pandemic restrictions in another 16 counties that are home to nearly 3 million people across western and central Pennsylvania, including much of the Pittsburgh area, his office said Friday.
The streets of Somerset were filled with the sounds of cheerful yelling, horns and sirens Thursday as a motorcade moved through town to celebrate the senior class of Somerset Area High School.
Morgan Bennett (center), 18, a Ferndale Area School District graduating senior, reacts as her mother, Lynn Bennett (right), prepares to place the valedictorian medal around her neck during a diploma conferral ceremony held at Ferndale High School’s auditorium on Thursday along with her father, Vaughn Bennett (left).
Jake Felton took extra measures in preparation for his senior baseball season at Richland High School. Felton, who already followed a steady regimen of workouts, didn’t play on the successful Rams basketball team while he focused on rehabilitating nagging ailments that for years had prevented him from pitching on a regular basis during baseball season.
The COVID-19 pandemic took away spring sports for Richland High School softball player Makenna Horner and thousands of student-athletes across the state.
For the first time in more than two months, there will be reporters in the press room Friday for the daily coronavirus briefing by Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine.
Struggling French carmaker Renault on Friday announced 15,000 job cuts worldwide as part of a 2 billion-euro cost-cutting plan over three years, as the company is in bad shape amid declining sales.
A $1 million earned grant program to assist Johnstown’s small businesses that have been negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown is expected to be running within the next few weeks.
Members of the public will be required to don face masks and have their temperatures checked before entering Cambria County court facilities, according to one of two new orders on the COVID-19 pandemic issued Thursday by Cambria County President Judge Norman A. Krumenacker III.
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HARVEY[mdash] Grace Marie, 75, of Groton passed away peacefully at home Friday May 22, 2020, after a 16 month battle with lung cancer; with her family at her side. Grace was born August 17, 1944 in Colver PA to Norbert Kirsch and Caroline Ruth (Lieb) Kirsch. She grew up along with her seven …
Sara R., 92, Charles Town, WV died Sunday, May 24, 2020. Services and Interment will be in private. Please sign the online guestbook and view her obituary at www.mtstrider.com.
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