Local COVID-19 Updates

For those hoping to see goblins and superheroes roaming the streets of Bradford on Oct. 31, there is hope. Plans and discussions are underway to make trick-or-treating happen this Halloween.

BCPAC is making plans for the future and maintaining communication with patrons, despite restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic, says Darren Litz, executive director of the Bradford Creative & Performing Arts Center.

KANE — The Lutheran Home at Kane is making the community aware of its first employee positive case of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Administration was informed Wednesday morning that an employee had tested positive for the virus and actions plans were put into place immediately. The test results h…

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Efforts to stave off evictions during the coronavirus pandemic at the local, state and federal level have made for a confusing situation for thousands of Philadelphia tenants struggling to pay rent.

FAKE NEWS: In a time when finding out accurate information is difficult and what is known about the coronavirus pandemic is said to change on a regular basis, fake news is a significant concern.

HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed that, as of 12 a.m. Sunday, there are 654 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 113,590. All 67 counties in Pennsylvania have cases of COVID-19.

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