The area has been battling the coronavirus pandemic since mid-March, and everyday life came to a screeching halt. Gone were things we had taken for granted — social gatherings, school, church services, restaurants, sporting events and more.
CURWENSVILLE — Curwensville Area Jr./Sr. High School’s senior class is going to have as unique a sendoff as the school district can provide.
State Police at Clearfield
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Health reported Thursday that there are 625 additional positive cases of COVID-19 in the state, bringing the statewide total to 70,042.
The following deeds were filed during the period of May 22-28 in the Clearfield County Register and Recorder’s office.
CURWENSVILLE — On Tuesday, South Side Subs & Groceries of Curwensville opened up its front portion of its store to customers, as it had been previously doing pickup window service only since the coronavirus pandemic took hold in March. But after some customers berated the store’s employe…
A state House lawmaker revealed on Wednesday he tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month and has since recovered.
Pennsylvania was one of just 13 states that saw a spike in new jobless claims as the impact of the state’s economic shutdown continues to drive unemployment filings even as the state begins to reopen, according to numbers released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Labor.
CURWENSVILLE — The Curwensville Public Library is preparing its annual summer reading program. The library’s Youth Services Coordinator Peggy Barrett said, “The library is happy to let the public know we are still having our summer reading program.”
Lawrence Township Police