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Martin: Unexpected death of staff member causes closure of CMMS

MILL HALL - Students and staff at Central Mountain Middle School were evacuated Monday morning due to an "unforeseen emergency." Keystone Central School District Superintendent Jacquelyn Martin, in a release, said the emergency was due to an unexpected death of a support staff member. State ...

Flash flooding leads to early dismissal at KCSD

MILL HALL - Due to flash flooding in Clinton County, students at the Keystone Central School District will be dismissed early today, Thursday. Superintendent Jacquelyn Martin made the announcement at 9 a.m. this morning. Martin released the following statement: "Due to flash flooding in ...

Clinton County government reinstates masking for visitors

LOCK HAVEN - Beginning Monday, Sept. 13 at 8 a.m., all Clinton County government buildings will require all guests, regardless of vaccination status, to wear a mask inside buildings. This policy change comes as a result of increased cases within the county, poor countywide vaccination rates, ...

Regatta Fireworks moved to Monday night

LOCK HAVEN - Due to an expected band of showers Sunday night and a low cloud ceiling, the Lock Haven Area Jaycees have moved the fireworks display along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River to Monday night at 9 p.m., Regatta chairperson DuWayne Kunes announced. The display was to go off at ...

Masks will be required in PA schools

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Masks will be required in all Pennsylvania K-12 schools, Gov. Tom Wolf was set to announce Tuesday, reversing course amid a statewide COVID-19 resurgence that is filling hospital beds just as students return to class. The Department of Health order will take effect ...

DLH announces schedule change for Pedestrian Mall

LOCK HAVEN - Those who haven't had the chance to dine on Main Street this summer will only have two more chances to do so. Changes have been made to the Pedestrian Mall's schedule, leaving only two more street closures ä Aug. 27, 28 and Sept. 10, 11. "As summer unfortunately is coming to ...