Here’s your MONDAY morning 5/18 local headlines:
The State Department of Health is reporting 623 new cases of COVID-19 bring the total to 62,234 with 4,418 deaths. The number of confirmed cases in Blair County has risen to 38 with no deaths.
As reflected in the number of counties moving to the yellow phase of Governor Tom Wolf’s reopening plan, Pennsylvania is seeing a decline in coronavirus cases.
Governor Wolf announced Friday that more counties will be moving to the yellow phase of his color-coded reopening plan.
A GOP State Rep is pushing to have Governor Wolf impeached over his handling of the pandemic.
Local State Rep Jim Gregory has become the latest to call for the ouster of State Health Secretary Rachel Levine.
The State has focused on nursing homes and personal care facilities lately because 70 percent of the state’s COVID-19 deaths have occurred there.
The State Supreme Court has rejected a lawsuit that would have delayed the mail-in and absentee ballot deadline.
Delgrosso’s Park officials announced Friday their intention to remain closed for the season.
Johnstown Police are still looking for the suspect in a deadly shooting in the city late Saturday night.
A local man has been arrested for threatening to blow up his mother’s house and assaulting her.