The loans can cover costs associated with operations in the three months prior to the statewide shutdown.
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Life has changed dramatically for everyone in the last few weeks as the COVID-19 virus – coronavirus - has spread around the world
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said Sunday night he’s reconsidering his order to shutter liquor stores as part of the state’s coronavirus mitigation effort.
Take a look back at Franklin County’s history through news and photos that appeared in local newspapers 25, 50, and 100 years ago on March 24th.
Secretary of Education Pedro A. Rivera said his decision to close all schools for the additional period aligns with the governor’s stay-at-home directive announced. Franklin County schools will remain closed into April as state officials battle a spreading Coronavirus threat. The numbers of new cases of COVID-19 are rising rapidly across the state.
SU junior guard Jake Biss and senior forward John Castello were named Monday afternoon to the 2020 National Association of Basketball Coaches Division...
It is Jones’ second postseason All-America award for 2020, accompanying honorable mention to the Women’s Basketball Coaches’ Association (WBCA) All-America Team that announced Monday morning.
Penn State Mont Alto athletics department launched a brand-new era for its student-athletes, fans and supporters with the redesign of www.psumontaltoathletics.com, powered by PrestoSports.
In the middle of concerns over the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic and orders from authorities to stay at home until it abates, people continue to get out and break the law.
As of 12 a.m. today, Pennsylvania had 165 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the state’s total to 644. There are no new reported cases in Franklin County.
Pennsylvania State Police start enforcing Gov. Tom Wolf’s business closure order, according to PSP Commissioner Col. Robert Evanchick.
The Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) reminds Pennsylvania residents to remain vigilant against scams attempting to take advantage of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Grocery stores, food processors and food banks remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf reminded Pennsylvanians Sunday.
Today's list of new changes, cancellations, and closures prompted by the Coronavirus health crisis around Franklin County.
Take a look back at Franklin County’s history through news and photos that appeared in local newspapers 25, 50, and 100 years ago on March 23rd.
Pennsylvania now has 479 COVID-19 cases, 108 more than yesterday, most of them clustered around the state’s two biggest counties.
Municipal leaders, first responders, and community organizations are monitoring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Shippensburg area.
Franklin County is closing its buildings to the public beginning Monday, except in rare cases, until the current Coronavirus crisis is over.
Local hospitals are restricting visitors until further notice as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. With schools closed and any type of pubic event or gathering now prohibited
Take a look back at Franklin County’s history through news and photos that appeared in local newspapers 25, 50, and 100 years ago on March 22nd.
Area police taped busy at week investigating a variety of crimes, from assaults and stalking to criminal mischief and hit and run investigations.
Pennsylvania distilleries began pumping out hand sanitizer this month to combat price gouging and depleted store shelves as fear of the coronavirus pandemic spreads.
Mastriano lists sources of help for the unemployed, those isolated because of Coronavirus.
Dr. Rachel Levin, Sec. of Health, said State residents have a very important job right now, she said. She urged people to stay calm, stay home and stay safe.
The Chambersburg Police Department will be educating those business that defy the order with a goal of getting compliance. If enforcement is warranted, citations can be issued.
Chambersburg's downtown merchants are reaching out to the community to reassure area residents that they are doing all they can to keep the larger community safe during the Coronavirus crisis.
Keystone Health begins screening patients for COVID-19 in outdoor tents Monday at 111 Chambers Hill Drive and 830 Fifth Avenue in Chambersburg.
The Penn State Mont Alto cheerleading squad is proud to name junior backspot/base Fiona Dowling its January Cheerleader of the Month.