Nothing about freshman move-in time at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown is the same as previous years, senior and "Go Team" member Emily Williams said.
Live feeds from Pennsylvania Department of Health
Each local county had new cases of COVID-19 reported Friday by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, and Clearfield County had its first death attributed to the virus.
Gov. Tom Wolf isn’t backing away from his call to cancel fall sports, but he and his staff are making it clear that he’s leaving the ultimate decision up to local school officials.
Greater Johnstown, Blacklick Valley and Central Cambria school districts have joined a growing list of area institutions to announce a delay of the next academic year.
Citing a warning by the U.S. Postal Service about its delivery times, Gov. Tom Wolf's administration is asking the state Supreme Court to extend deadlines for mail-in ballots to be received in the November election when Pennsylvania will be a premier presidential battleground.
President Donald Trump frankly acknowledged that he's starving the U.S. Postal Service of money to make it harder to process an expected surge of mail-in ballots, which he worries could cost him reelection.
Indiana County added eight COVID-19 cases Thursday, while others in the area added two or fewer, the Department of Health reported.
The NCAA called off fall championship events — a move Thursday that does not affect major college football — because not enough schools will be competing in sports such as men's and women's soccer and women's volleyball during the first semester.
Live feeds from Governor Tom Wolf
- Johnstown radio personality Jack Michaels signs off air after 49-year career
- New guidance for schools recommends partial online learning in Cambria, in-person classes in Somerset
- Experts answer your COVID-19 questions: 'If my husband and I are both positive, can we stay in the same room?'
- Penn Cambria moving to hybrid learning option to start
- New state guidance for schools recommends partial online learning in Cambria, in-person classes in Somerset
- Building concerns: Lumber shortage a 'strange disaster' amid COVID-19
- Three more area schools delay start of new year
- Police: Ebensburg man tried to smuggle contraband into prison
- ‘Year-round’ potential: Windber leaders have plans to recondition historic ballroom
- Richland: Most students will be returning to class