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.
- More area schools move to virtual instruction
- Sheetz store closes after positive virus case
- Indiana schools to close; Homer-Center set to follow
- Saltsburg Elementary, United district move online
- Marion Center shutters high school; Apollo-Ridge to close entirely
- County virus cases rise by 161 in three days
- Officials restrict public access to courthouse, annexes, district courts
- School districts update COVID-19 impact on students, staff
- Emergency management official urges vigilance amid spike
- Prison sees virus outbreak
- Comissioners extend ballot box hours
- Former IASD superintendent takes over ICTC business office
- Directors shift $950,000 for potential projects
- Directors agree to move $950,000 to building project fund
- County sets record single-day increase in COVID cases
- Hundreds of residents tested for virus at mall
- Coronavirus testing center to open in mall parking lot
- IUP students create island oasis
- Virus cases force H-C to close school
- IASD to allow more spectators in stands
- IUP reports 19 additional positive cases of COVID-19
- Family Weekend, homecoming events move to virtual format
- IRMC staff continues to adjust to impact from coronavirus
- Elementary school moves to hybrid model
- 49 additional students test positive for virus at IUP
- Campus reports increase in virus cases
- Homer-Center to stay the course on virus plan
- COVID-19 cases hit daily high
- COVID levels rise in area wastewater
- Board tables swimming vote over concerns of virus safety
- Indiana Area, H-C report virus infections
- Cases of coronavirus spike locally
- Indiana Borough set to consider mask ordinance
- YMCA to launch virtual learning spaces
- Complaints drive three inspections of Indiana County restaurants
- Four IUP students have now tested positive for virus
- County unemployment rate rises to 13.4 percent
- Lawsuit over mask design settled
- United Way preparing for virtual campaign kickoff
- Free library cards offered
State police reported that local residents along Barr Slope Road shouted at a motorist to slow his vehicle at 10:26 p.m. Nov. 12, then the driver backed up, climbed out of the car and struck David Brncik before he drove away.
State police said a 2005 Ford Mustang driven by Tiffany Blattenberger, of Claridge, Westmoreland County, experienced a mechanical failure and hit a tree.
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My son Jason exclaimed “There we go!” as he set the hook into yet another quality-sized crappie from 25 feet of water, one that would measure out to 13 inches. Though walleye, largemouth and smallmouth bass were in the day’s mix, it was a loosely connected school of black crappies that provi…
The fact that we even had a high school cross country season to cover this fall was a small victory in the face of the COVID-19 virus and the pandemic it brought on.
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ISLAMABAD (AP) — Iconic singer and actress Cher is in Pakistan to celebrate the departure of Kaavan, dubbed the “world’s loneliest elephant,” who will soon leave a Pakistani zoo for better conditions after years of lobbying by animal rights groups and activists.
NEW YORK (AP) — Beyoncé is bringing her Black parade to the Grammys: The pop star’s anthem about Black pride scored multiple nominations Tuesday, making her the leading contender with nine.
They may be one of Hollywood’s most beloved couples, but Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn have never felt the pressure to use that unmatched chemistry for the big screen time and time again. Since 1987's “Overboard," they’ve received hundreds of opportunities to reunite in a film. Although none …