HARRISBURG–The state Department of Health on Saturday announced Clarion County reported three new cases of COVID-19 (two confirmed and one probable), bringing the county total to 110 cases (98 confirmed and 12 probable).

HARRISBURG - The state Department of Health announced Friday that Clarion County has two new cases of COVID-19, one confirmed and one probable, bringing the total to 100 cases (90 confirmed and 10 probable).

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The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association decided this afternoon to move forward with the fall sports season, rejecting Gov. Tom Wolf’s recommendation that all youth sports be postponed until 2021 to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

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HARRISBURG–The state Department of Health on Saturday announced Venango County reported one additional confirmed case of COVID-19 and Clarion County reported four additional cases, two confirmed and two probable.

HARRISBURG–The state Department of Health on Saturday announced Forest County reported one new COVID-19 case, giving the county 10 total cases (seven confirmed and three probable).

The state Department of Health on Saturday announced Clarion County reported a new confirmed case of COVID-19, giving the county 76 total cases (73 confirmed and three probable).

HARRISBURG-The state Department of Health on Saturday announced Clarion County reported a new confirmed case of COVID-19, giving the county 72 cases (69 confirmed and three probable).

HARRISBURG - For the sixth consecutive day, the state Department of Health announced no new positive cases of COVID-19 were reported from the tri-county area.

Seventeen counties in rural northwest Pennsylvanua will move to Gov. Tom Wolf’s green phase next Friday, May 29.

A Tionesta man was fatally shot in Marienville this morning, and a Greensburg man has been charged with homicide.

Adams, 141 (4 deaths); Allegheny, 1,333 (102 deaths); Armstrong, 52 (2 deaths); Beaver, 435 (68 deaths); Bedford, 24 (1 death); Berks, 2,810 (118 deaths); Blair, 23; Bradford, 35 (2 deaths); Bucks, 3,182 (237 deaths); Butler, 180 (6 deaths); Cambria, 32 (1 death); Cameron, 1; Carbon, 182 (15…

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HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s new Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) website for self-employed, independent contractors, gig workers, and others not eligible for regular unemployment compensation (UC) is now accepting applications.

The body of a missing Oil City woman was recovered from the Allegheny River Wednesday evening near Franklin.

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As of noon Sunday, there are 3,394 cases statewide in 58 of Pennsylvania's 67 counties, according to the state Department of Health. There are now 38 deaths, including two in Butler County. The statistics provided by the state and those provided from area health systems could vary.

As of noon Saturday, there are 2,751 cases statewide in 56 of Pennsylvania's 67 counties, according to the state Department of Health. There are now 34 deaths, including two in Butler County. The statistics provided by the state and those provided from area health systems could vary.

Venango County commissioners are limiting access to the courthouse and other county buildings at noon tomorrow.

CLARION — Effective immediately, all procedures (surgery, cath lab, angiography endoscopy) scheduled at Clarion Hospital during the next two weeks are being evaluated with the physicians performing the procedure to determine if they are nonemergent and could be postponed.

HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Health on Sunday confirmed 16 additional positive cases of COVID-19 from this past weekend, which brings the total number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the state to 63.

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A Reno boy was flown to the hospital Sunday afternoon after an incident at the intersection of Walnut and 3rd streets in Reno at 3:16 p.m.

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One man suffered injuries in a fire that broke out at about 3:45 p.m. today at 603 10th St. in Franklin.

Edward Sharp, Jr., of Oil City, chief of police in Polk Borough and former Oil City mayor, was acquitted on a harassment charge after a 90-minute hearing this morning before District Judge Duane Quinn in Clarion.