HARRISBURG–The state Department of Health announced Saturday that Venango and Clarion counties each reported an additional COVID-19 case.
HARRISBURG - The state Department of Health announced a COVID-19 death in Armstrong County on Wednesday among the 113 new deaths reported statewide.
HARRISBURG — The state Department of Health announced Armstrong and Erie counties both reported new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday among the 451 new cases reported statewide.
HARRISBURG–The state Department of Health reported a sixth consecutive day of fewer than 1,000 additional COVID-19 cases Saturday, including eight in Mercer County.
HARRISBURG– The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) has released a plan for a phased reopening of state park and forest facilities.
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…
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.
HARRISBURG — An additional 1,493 positive cases of the coronavirus were reported Sunday by the state Department of Health, which brings the statewide total to 11,510 in 65 of 67 counties.
An additional 1,597 positive cases of the coronavirus were reported by the state Department of Health as of noon Saturday, including one new case in Forest County, four new cases in Mercer County and nine new cases in Butler County.
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.
HARRISBURG — The state Department of Health on Saturday reported 533 additional cases of COVID-19, including 15 in Butler, two in Mercer and one in Crawford counties, and 12 more deaths from the virus, including one in Butler County.
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.
The Department of State announced Saturday it will suspend certain administrative requirements for nurses during the coronavirus emergency.
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.
Sugarcreek Borough police are searching for the identity of a man they're treating as a "person of interest" in a retail theft at the Franklin Giant Eagle Wednesday morning.
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.
A house fire that began around 5 p.m. Sunday at 395 Eagle Rock Road in President Township required more than ten fire departments to assist at the scene that was still active as of 8 p.m. a Venango County 911 dispatcher said.
The Derrick and News-Herald employs only one staff photographer, me. This was my 20th year as a staff photographer at small community based newspapers. My third year anniversary, at this newspaper, will take place in the middle of March of this year. I took over for the very talented and ded…
The death of a Venango County jail inmate who died Friday night is being investigated as a suicide and there will be no autopsy, according to Venango County Coroner Christina Rugh.
Brandy Hinojosa hangs Autism Awareness ribbons from Veterans Bridge Friday. Hinojosa organized a group to hang the ribbons last week but the ribbons were taken down and vandalized. She and another group of volunteers hug 64 new ribbons on Friday.
James Proper, of Oil City, the man accused of removing the Autism Awareness ribbons from Veterans Bridge in two separate incidents Sunday and Monday helps to rehang ribbons Friday. Proper also gave a $100 check. Here Brandy Hinojosa, who organized the ribbon hanging, speaks with Proper on Ve…