A Boy Scout bankruptcy case that brought forward more than 80,000 claims of alleged abuse nationwide includes more than 3,000 claims filed in Pennsylvania, reports generated by law firms involved in the case show.
MIFFLINBURG — For the better part of two months, Bob Delsite has been trying to set up a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for employees at Ritz-Craft and Rusty Rail in Mifflinburg. After the success of Friday’s clinic and the increased eligibility across Pennsylvania, Delsite is now eyeing a second c…
After getting fully vaccinated against COVID-19, Montandon resident Teresa Meisinger has planned a trip to South Carolina at the end of April to see her son and grandchildren for the first time in more than a year.
Pennsylvania had more than 5,000 new COVID-19 cases for the third consecutive day on Thursday when the state Department of Health registered 5,060 new cases.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health registered 5,730 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, giving the state more than 12,000 new cases over the past two days.
HARRISBURG -- Employment in the hospitality and the arts and entertainment industries is down 30-40% in the year since the COVID-19 pandemic prompted statewide restrictions on indoor dining and crowd gatherings, the head of the state’s Independent Fiscal Office told lawmakers Tuesday.
SELINSGROVE — Reading Area Community College (RACC) graduates will be offered guaranteed admission to Susquehanna University under a transfer agreement signed by the schools' presidents.
SELINSGROVE — Susquehanna University student Adriana Oelberg has been awarded the Foreign Affairs Information Technology (FAIT) Fellowship by the U.S. Department of State.
Despite fewer reports of child abuse in the past year, two Geisinger pediatricians said children have been at a higher risk of being harmed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pennsylvania registered its largest number of new COVID-19 cases in more than two months on Tuesday when the state Department of Health announced 6,638 new cases. There were also 66 deaths linked to the novel coronavirus statewide, the highest one-day total in more than a month.
HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Wolf announced Monday that all Pennsylvanians 16-and-over will be eligible to schedule COVID-19 vaccinations beginning today.
Pennsylvania registered more than 3,000 new COVID-19 cases for the seventh day in a row on Monday, including 21 new cases in the four Valley counties.
SELINSGROVE — History books written for college students are typically dry, fact-filled, loaded with footnotes — and not intended for a mass market readership.
The state Department of Health registered 3,362 new COVID-19 cases on Sundays, the sixth day in a row with at least 3,000 new cases. The DOH also announced three deaths linked to the novel coronavirus.
SELINSGROVE — Susquehanna University freshman Jacob Rockoff was among 500 people who received a COVID-19 vaccination distributed by Snyder County on Friday and Saturday at the Selinsgrove Center.
The state Department of Health reported 40 new COVID-19 related deaths on Saturday, marking the fifth consecutive day with at least 35 new deaths.
SELINSGROVE — Susquehanna University’s Farrukh Nabiyev, a physics major in the engineering program from Pikesville, Maryland, has been named a Newman Civic Fellow.
Pennsylvania reported 5,038 new COVID-19 infections in its mid-day report Friday, the most in six days, pushing the statewide total to 1,064,092. It was the third time in 11 days the state surpassed 5,000 new infections in a single day.
SELINSGROVE — Gina Kuhn-Robatin suffered a stroke at the age of 33 and a heart attack 14 years later. On Saturday, the Selinsgrove mother of two will compete in the Mrs. Pennsylvania International Pageant in Altoona.
The number of new COVID-19 cases in Pennsylvania increased for the third day in a row on Thursday, with the state Department of Health officials announcing 4,746 new cases, the highest total this week.
The old standbys — masking and social distancing — have a partner in the fight to slow the latest COVID-19 surge in Pennsylvania. Vaccines are the fastest way to reach a level of immunity necessary to continue the march toward normalcy, Geisinger’s top epidemiologist said Thursday.
U.S. Congressman Fred Keller, R-12, said on Thursday that the Biden administration has caused a security and humanitarian crisis along the southwest Texas border, and that construction of the wall should resume to help alleviate illegal crossing into the U.S.
SELINSGROVE — Susquehanna University’s accounting students continue to participate in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
SELINSGROVE — Fourteen Sunrise Lewisburg members and supporters confronted U.S. Rep. Fred Keller outside his Bridge Street office Wednesday afternoon about supporting the Green New Deal and other climate-friendly initiatives.
Pennsylvania registered more than 4,000 new cases for the second day in a row on Wednesday, including 910 cases in Philadelphia County.
KRATZERVILLE — When Brenda Gaugler walked into her restaurant, Country Creamery, Monday afternoon and found a broken door, ice cream and candies splattered on the floor and screens slashed, she was saddened.
With COVID-19 cases increasing across Pennsylvania even as more people become vaccinated, Department of Health officials said Tuesday the state isn’t doing enough testing.
Pennsylvania's Instant Check System (PICS) numbers continue to climb in Pennsylvania, setting a record for background checks in the first quarter of 2021, according to state police.
The state Department of Health registered 4,255 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday and hospitalizations increased by more than than 100 across Pennsylvania.
Four of Pennsylvania’s most powerful lawmakers are accepting applications to chair the redistricting commission, and advocates are hoping for independence.
Valley substitute teacher Tara McKinney was born and raised in California by a Filipino mother and white father and said despite being an American citizen she has often faced discrimination as a result of her Asian ancestry.
More than 2 million Pennsylvanians are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 according to the latest data released from the state Department of Health on Monday.
The number of COVID-19 cases increased over the past week statewide and in three of four Valley counties, while Montour and Northumberland counties had a substantial level of community growth for the third week in a row.
BEAVERTOWN— More than 150 people filled the sanctuary at Beavertown God's Missionary Church Easter Sunday evening for a "Beavertown Revival."
The announcement by Gov. Wolf that all Pre-K through 12 educational personnel should be vaccinated by early April has accelerated the potential for Valley districts to make a cautious return to in-person end-of-year events, such as proms and graduation day.
Prom season is coming back this year, with a pandemic twist: Valley school districts are allowing for in-person events, but exercising caution for health safety reasons.