Today’s list of new changes, cancellations, and closures prompted by the Coronavirus health crisis around Franklin County.
In order to continue to meet the needs of the community safely and effectively, Keystone Health has implemented several important organizational changes within its practices and programs. The following changes are effective Monday, March 23.
- Keystone Pediatric Dental and Keystone Dental Care- Mont Alto will continue to see patients for emergency dental care only. For more information or to schedule an appointment for emergency dental care, please call the main Keystone Dental Care office at (717) 709-7940.
- Keystone Urgent Care: hours change to 8 am- 6 pm, 7 days a week.
- Keystone Pediatrics- Chambersburg: hours change to 8 am- 5 pm, Monday thru Friday (this includes the Pediatric Walk-In Program).
- Keystone Pediatric Developmental Center: Please enter the building at 111 Chambers Hill Drive using the side entrance (side closest to Norland Avenue).
These changes are temporary while we navigate the evolving COVID-19 situation.
Here’s Looking at You, Chambersburg
Here’s Looking at You, 2 S. Main St., has closed the store temporarily to hopefully help the current situation and comply with Gov. Wolf’s order for closure of non-life sustaining businesses.
Need a fashion fix? Check us out on our website, www.chambersburgboutique.com, on our Instagram page (shophlay) and on our Facebook page (hlay123). We will be updating with new inventory and are hoping to have an e-commerce link soon. At this time, we can still ship things to you, so if you see something you like, give Penny a call at (717) 263-8529 or send an email at [email protected].
Federal and State Tax Deadlines
Both the IRS and Pennsylvania’s Department of Revenue announced that businesses and individuals will have until July 15, 2020, to file and pay their 2019 taxes. The action provides a measure of relief to businesses and individuals who have not yet filed and are now finding tax preparation offices temporarily closed because of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Roger Schwalm, who coordinates the local AARP Tax Aide program at the Chambersburg Rec Center, said that the program could resume its free tax preparation program once the Coronavirus situation stabilizes and businesses can again reopen.
“There is a very good chance that we will restart at some point in the near future,” he said. ”Especially with the extension the Fed and State have made with filing deadlines.”