LOCAL NEWS | MAY 18, 2020

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 18, 2020

LOCAL NEWS | MAY 18, 2020

A Saturday afternoon two-vehicle crash on Jack’s Mountain Road in Oliver Township caused serious injuries for two people.  State Police say the crash occurred just before 2:00 pm Saturday.  The drivers of both vehicles, 69-year-old Linda Huffman of Granville, and 20-year-old Kayla Millisock of Milroy, were life-flighted.  A passenger in Millisock’s vehicle was also injured.


Governor Tom Wolf has announced 12 additional Pennsylvania counties will move to the yellow phase of reopening on Friday, May 22nd. Those counties include Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Cumberland, Adams, Beaver, Carbon, Columbia, Susquehanna, Wyoming, Wayne, and York Counties. Twenty-four counties moved into the yellow phase of reopening on May 8th, and another 13 moved to yellow beginning May 15th. Beginning Friday, 49 of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties will be in the yellow phase of reopening. The remaining 18 counties remain in the red phase.


The Mifflin County Commissioners released a statement regarding the decision to reopen, saying we need to support local businesses and get people back to work, but remain safe and responsible.  The Commissioners urge all county residents to comply with regulations.


As businesses prepare to reopen across Pennsylvania, Geisinger is providing tools, information and guides to help employers keep their staff and patrons safe and healthy.  An online resource center is available, and includes frequently asked questions, guidance for employees, and more. Virtual consultations are also available upon request.  Additionally, Geisinger Health Plan (GHP) is offering new virtual and telephonic services to members, including health coaching, population health programs, behavioral health services and online health resources.  Wellness specialists are partnering with employers to support their particular needs and offer virtual classes and educational activities.  For more information about these programs, call 855-279-1623, or visit go.geisinger.org/businessresources.


DelGrosso’s Amusement Park announced the cancellation of the 2020 Summer Season on Friday. The announcement was made via Facebook. Details on the park’s Season Pass program can be found on the DelGrosso website at




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