Here’s your MONDAY morning 11/30 local headlines:
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has tossed out an election case over the state’s mail-in ballots.
The State Department of Health Saturday confirmed 8,053 additional cases of COVID-19 bringing the total to 351,667 with 41 new deaths totaling 10,275. The number of Blair County cases stands at 3,693 confirmed with 510 probable and 63 deaths.
November is Pennsylvania’s worst month yet since the pandemic began according to health officials.
State Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine and the Acting Secretary of Education will hold a news conference around midday today regarding the impact of the coronavirus.
State Senator Doug Mastriano abruptly left the White House last week after being informed that he tested positive for COVID.
The pandemic is hitting the Salvation Army especially hard this season with a shortage of bell ringers and donations to the red kettle campaign way down.
Logan Township firefighters responded quickly to a fire last Wednesday on Rosehill Drive.
A Bedford County man has lost his appeal of having to register as a sex offender.
The anticipated push of shoppers on Black Friday in Blair County fell short of expectations.