It’s FRIDAY!!! Woo Hoo!! Here’s your FRIDAY morning 6/12 local headlines:
The State Department of Health yesterday confirmed 467 additional positive cases of COVID-19 bringing the total to 77,313 with 51 new deaths totaling 6,113. The number of confirmed cases in Blair County again remained steady at 53 with one death.
Governor Tom Wolf is vowing to veto the General Assembly’s attempt to lift the emergency declaration on the state.
The Presbyterian Village in Hollidaysburg has confirmed one case of coronavirus.
A Huntingdon County laboratory is working on an improved testing method for coronavirus.
Governor Wolf says sports teams can resume some in-person activities for counties in yellow and green areas.
The state Department of Labor and Industry continues to deal with unemployment compensation claims related to the coronavirus pandemic.
An attempted traffic stop in Clearfield County led to the arrest of a Lock Haven man when he reportedly shot at troopers yesterday.
A Hollidaysburg man was found passed out in his car and was arrested after drugs were found.
There will be no tax increase for the coming school year for property owners living in the Hollidaysburg School District.