With one stitch at a time, area residents are making protective masks to keep those who are working in coronavirus environments safe.
Live feeds from Pennsylvania Department of Health
Dispatchers at the Cambria County 911 Center in Ebensburg are busy scrubbing keyboards, mice and desktops as COVID-19 spreads across Pennsylvania.
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act is in place.
As part of a voice vote on Friday, U.S. Rep. John Joyce, R-Blair, and U.S. Rep. Glenn “G.T.” Thompson, R-Centre, supported the emergency $2 trillion package designed to help workers, businesses and medical professionals during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Complying with Gov. Tom Wolf’s order to close all schools, universities, gyms, entertainment venues and community centers for a period of 14 days during the COVID-19 pandemic, no activity is shown Friday, March 27, 2020, at (clockwise from top left) Sargent’s Stadium at the Point, Roxbury Park, Westmont Elementary School playground and Berkley Hills Golf Course.
Cambria County Library System’s physical buildings might be temporarily closed, but the world of education and imagination they hold within are still available to adults and children who are looking for ways to learn and explore.
Pennsylvania’s primary elections have been postponed until June 2, five weeks later than originally scheduled, in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Defense contractors and craft beer drinkers, kayakers and baseball fans, motorcycle riders and music lovers are among the thousands of people who, every year, congregate in Johnstown for events that help create much of the city’s identity and pump money into the local economy.
President Donald Trump signed an unprecedented $2.2 trillion economic rescue package into law Friday, after swift and near-unanimous action by Congress this week to support businesses, rush resources to overburdened health care providers and help struggling families during the deepening coronavirus epidemic.
The Walt Disney Co. is indefinitely extending closures at its theme park resorts in Florida and California because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Live feeds from Governor Tom Wolf
This Week's Circulars
Patsy Ann, 82, of Hopwood, formerly of Johnstown. (FRANK DUCA FUNERAL HOME, WESTMONT CHAPEL).
Bernetta R., 86, Carrolltown, (Moriconi Funeral Home, Inc., Northern Cambria)
Debora Ann, 60, New Germany. (Dimond)
Beulah V., 101, of Johnstown. (Geisel Funeral Home - Johnstown)
Alberta, 78, Johnstown. (John Henderson Company Funeral Home)
- Governor provides list of 'essential' businesses that can remain open
- Cambria County's first coronavirus patient in isolation at Conemaugh Memorial
- Cresson Borough declares state of emergency
- Johnstown declares state of emergency over coronavirus
- Troopers raid Somerset home, arrest six on suspicions of drug activity
- WATCH VIDEO | Windber chairman explains coronavirus science
- Weinstein tests positive for the coronavirus
- Somerset County sees first case as coronavirus spreads across state
- Ebensburg Borough declares state of emergency, shutters borough office
- Coronavirus hits Blair County as state total cases reach 1,687