THE LATEST COVID-19 FIGURES
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response and Resources
Here's the latest information you need to know about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its effects on the Indiana County area.
- Updated: A map of COVID-19 cases in Pennsylvania
- Dozens rally locally, urging Gov. Wolf to reopen county
- County courthouse to begin easing restrictions
- Survey: Virus may cost county millions in revenues
- ROUNDUP: Mass to resume, with changes
- ICCAP survey on virus available
- Local real estate agents get back to work after lockdown
- Plumville Memorial Day parade canceled
- Health officials record one new local COVID death
- Commissioners outline safety precautions for June 2 election
- FOP cancels annual country music show
- Indiana County cleared to go yellow on May 15
- Fifth coronavirus death reported in Indiana County
- Area lawmakers respond to restrictions
- Where to Dine in Indiana County (PDF)
- IRMC receives funding, still must furlough 200
- ROUNDUP: IASD teachers provide vouchers for free pizza to 2,900 students
- Indiana County not among first counties to reopen
- County cancels annual air show
- ROUNDUP: Bulletin set to provide updates
- 'This is what we do': Citizens' frontline crew answers call
- 93-year-old Blairsville woman overcomes COVID-19
- With gyms closed, local fitness trainers help clients adapt
- Leader's Circle banquet canceled
- ROUNDUP: FBI urges caution during stay-at-home order
- Car dealers can resume online sale of vehicles
- Talk discusses effect of virus on elections
- District supports making of equipment
- Two area festivals canceled for 2020
- Indiana officials assess effects on parking
- IRMC, IUP team up on virus test
- Roundup: Marion Center Bank joins PA CARE
- Pizza, barbecue, MREs help feed public
- InFirst Bank joins consumer relief initiative
- Emergency responders deliver message of gratitude to IRMC
- IUP Day of Caring focusing on giving back
- Area police report drop in crime as most stay home
- PennVEST approves $450M for hospitals impacted by COVID-19
- Superintendents react to decision to keep schools closed
- Grass-roots effort saves a faltering Meals on Wheels
Easing out of COVID-19 pandemic-related isolation dominated talk by Indiana Borough council … Read more
A Philadelphia man was charged with several felony drug trafficking offenses following a traffic stop at 9:19 a.m. Thursday in the 500 block of Philadelphia Street, state police reported today.
A Homer City woman was sent to a hospital for treatment of an injury following a collision Monday morning on Route 286 at Saltsburg Road.
FAIRFIELD, Calif. (AP) — Three people were killed when a helicopter contracted by Pacific Ga…
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — One man was killed and explosions punctuated the overnight hours in Phil…
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Wednesday took credit for a massive deployment of National Guard troops and federal law enforcement officers to the nation's capital, saying it offered a model to states on how to quell protests nationwide. Read more
Perhaps better known for providing the best sport in spring and fall, when water temperatures are cooler, walleyes often provide good action during the summer period for anglers that focus on the open water basins of lakes and reservoirs, where many of the fish are at this time.
As COVID-19 restrictions ease, and folks regain the confidence to travel to more distant locales, trout fishing the premier streams of north central Pennsylvania becomes a reasonable adventure. Pine Creek and Fishing Creek are excellent early summer destinations.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — Little League is offering youth baseball organizations a pathway forward as they eye a restart amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — James Conner didn't trea…
All 32 NFL teams have been told by Commiss…
Claude Giroux’s Philadelphia Flyers were t…
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The smell of barbe…
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Phillie Phanatic h…
NEW YORK (AP) — There's a new crop of superheroes coming to our TV this summer but they may need a little seasoning. After all, they're only in elementary school.
NEW YORK (AP) — The funny papers this Sunday will have more than laughs.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Eagles songwriter Don Henley urged Congress on Tuesday to “Take It to the Limit” to protect artists against online pirating, wading into a copyright fight pitting Hollywood and the recording industry against big tech platforms like Google’s YouTube.
SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) — A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit in which two former University of Maryland men’s basketball players accused makers of the “Fortnite” video game of misappropriating a dance move that the ex-teammates popularized.