Here’s your MONDAY morning 3/23 local headlines:
The number of coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania took another big jump over the weekend and now stands at 479.
Pennsylvania’s enforcement of Governor Tom Wolf’s closure of non-life-sustaining business begins this morning.
The Pandemic is starting to cost employees at the Blair County Courthouse their jobs.
Logan Township officials are asking the public to stay away from their municipal building.
State lawmakers are drafting legislation to delay the state’s April 28th primary election.
Pennsylvania residents will now have an additional 90 days to file their 2019 state personal income tax returns.
The Blair County Sheriff has revered a decision made last week and will now begin to issue gun permits by appointment only.
A number of Wolf Furniture employees are losing their jobs as a result of a refusal to sell the business.
The Altoona Public Library is suspending all physical activity due to coronavirus precautions.
There’s a new bill in the state house that would require a permit and more money to buy ammunition.