CURWENSVILLE — Curwensville Lake Authority set opening day for Curwensville Lake Recreation Area’s upcoming season.
HARRISBURG — Governor Tom Wolf is dedicating $2.2 billion in federal stimulus funds to K-12 school districts and charter schools affected by the COVID-19 pandemic to support food programs, technological improvements and other education services.
WESTOVER — A Harmony Area Jr./Sr. High School senior earned seventh place in the Pennsylvania division of the Budget Game.
District Attorney Ryan Sayers announced Friday criminal charges have been filed against Christopher L. Poling, 33, of DuBois.
HARRISBURG — Clearfield County is now over 5,000 positive COVID-19 cases with an increase of 40 new cases and two deaths, as reported by the state Department of Health on Friday.
Clearfield Borough is looking to purchase a service to allow its police officers to complete training courses online.
Bigler Township Regional Police
Twenty banner brackets on the light poles in downtown Clearfield have been damaged, most likely due to vandalism, borough operations manager Leslie Stott said at Thursday’s committee meetings of the Clearfield Borough Council.
Clearfield County Commissioners reported Thursday that computer functionality has been restored in all courthouse, annex, and administrative county offices. All public services are now available.
BURNSIDE — Ray Fleming will continue as president and Ed Somerville, vice president, of Burnside Borough Council.