With bank lobbies closed to stop the spread of COVID-19, customers have been relying more on drive-thru service, whether they have a car or not. 

Even with all local school districts closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Cambria County Backpack Project is still getting food to at-need children throughout Johnstown and neighboring communities.

Four church groups that planned Easter weekend services at the Silver Drive-in have decided to cancel the events due to a statewide stay-at-home order to reduce the coronavirus risk, drive-in operator Rick Rosko said.

A sign posted Thursday, April 2, 2020, at the Hillside Avenue Playground informs Windber residents that due to the spread of COVID-19 order to protect the kids, parents and all residents of Windber, all playgrounds within the borough will be closed.

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The following is a schedule for meals for students in area school districts and through community outreach programs in place during the coronavirus-prompted shutdown. All meals are grab-and-go:

With bank lobbies closed to stop the spread of COVID-19, customers have been relying more on drive-thru service, whether they have a car or not. 

Even with all local school districts closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Cambria County Backpack Project is still getting food to at-need children throughout Johnstown and neighboring communities.

Four church groups that planned Easter weekend services at the Silver Drive-in have decided to cancel the events due to a statewide stay-at-home order to reduce the coronavirus risk, drive-in operator Rick Rosko said.

A sign posted Thursday, April 2, 2020, at the Hillside Avenue Playground informs Windber residents that due to the spread of COVID-19 order to protect the kids, parents and all residents of Windber, all playgrounds within the borough will be closed.

The Pennsylvania law requiring animal shelters and rescues to spay or neuter dogs and cats before they’re adopted has been suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic in order to conserve personal protective equipment (PPE) for health care workers.

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Gov. Tom Wolf extended his stay-at-home order statewide Wednesday, hours after state officials announced that nearly 1,000 new patients had tested positive for coronavirus, pushing the statewide total to 5,805 known cases of coronavirus in 60 of the state’s 67 counties.

Johnstown City Council voted unanimously, during a special meeting that was held via conference call on Wednesday, to officially approve a state of emergency that was previously declared by interim City Manager John Trant Jr. and Mayor Frank Janakovic.

Colorful hyacinths show off their spring beauty along Vine Street near the Connor Towers in downtown Johnstown on Wednesday, April 1, 2020.

Looking down Main Street in downtown Johnstown Tuesday evening, March 31, 2020, nearly devoid of activity from Johns Street to Adams Street, almost 7/10ths of a mile away.

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NULL[mdash] George R., 72, of Seanor, PA, beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend went home to be with his Lord and Savior on March 30, 2020. George was born on May 10, 1947 to the late William and Marie Null. He was preceded in death by his sister, Faye Thomas and brother, Boyd Null…

Jason James, 46, Revloc. (Matevish and Matevish Funeral Home, Ebensburg, PA)

Barbara Ann "Barbie" (Plummer), 71, Charlotte, NC. (Serenko-Claar Funeral Home, PC, Portage) Please visit www.serenkoclaarfuneralhome.com for full obituary