Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in York: 1. 1700 N George St (717) 848-6212; 2. 165 S Richland Ave (717) 843-4730; 3. 2415 E Market St 717-755-1693; 4. 1255 Carlisle Rd 717-718-7770; 5. 1200 W Market St 717-854-6989; 6. 40-42 W Market St 717-854-4432; 7.
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The spookiest time of year is approaching... But how can families prepare for perhaps the greatest threat to their children this trick-or-treating season? High COVID-19 spread among children has health officials considering all options for how to have a safe holiday. Fear not: York City Health Director Matt Howie said...
The number of reported COVID-19 cases this week increased in only two Lancaster County school districts. Fourteen districts recorded decreases and one had the same number as the previous week. Infection counts rose from 19 to 22 in Elizabethtown Area School District and four to 14 at Solanco School District.
A Pennsylvania elementary school teacher has been arrested after allegedly threatening to shoot district officials because janitors removed a plastic barrier he set up in his classroom to protect against the spread of COVID-19, reports say. Chad Gerrick, an educator at Sinking Springs Elementary School in York, is now charged...
DILLSBURG, Pa. — Northern York County School District’s board meeting Oct. 13 was visible only through a computer screen. The meeting—and all public comment—were held virtually. The district explained why in an email to parents:. “The reason for this virtual format is that many individuals present at the last meeting...
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Friday night’s Hanover Area at Wyoming Area football game will not be played because of COVID-19 concerns within the Hanover Area football team. The Hawks will be able to return to practice Tuesday, according to Hanover Area athletic director Mike McCree. “It’s unfortunate, with what we all had to go...
When: School board meeting, Oct. 11, with board members Philip Benigno and Lisa Whitacre absent and Michael Talley late. What happened: The board meeting started 20 minutes late as district leaders and police officers worked to handle a situation in which a woman, wearing a shirt that said “Socialism Distancing,” refused to wear a mask.
In recognition of actions during early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gettysburg Borough Manager Charles Gable received the Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs (PSBA) Distinguished Service Award. Officials applauded him Tuesday during a regular borough council meeting.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a lot of changes around the world. Online classes via Zoom, staying six feet apart and wearing masks have essentially made life the same. Because of the pandemic, many people’s mental health has been impacted. Recently, a survey was posted to the Jays’ App, Elizabethtown College’s own private platform of social media, to get the experience of the College community and masks and their mental health.
Cannon balls and saw bones were the highlights of the day at the George Spangler Farm Family Day Saturday. Civil War Historical Impressions Inc. provided demonstrations that included how Civil War cannons were loaded and fired, and how arms and legs were amputated when hit by one of those cannon balls or rifled lead bullets on the Gettysburg battlefield.
Mill Road Elementary School will shift to a fully virtual format Thursday and Friday due to rising COVID-19 cases, according to the Elizabethtown Area School District. Eight cases of COVID-19 have been reported at Mill Road, representing 6% of the school population, the school district said in a message to parents Wednesday. Health guidance urges schools to move to virtual learning when 5% or more of the school population is impacted.
As a registered nurse and a nursing student at Millersville University, I have had the opportunity to care for those infected with COVID-19, as well as to learn about the importance of appropriate research for accurate information, especially during this time of skepticism. This virus has challenged the Centers for...
YORK COUNTY, Pa. — A Central York elementary school teacher has been arrested and charged after making threats to shoot school administrators, according to court documents. Sinking Springs Elementary teacher Chad Gerrick reportedly had a conversation with administrators on the morning of October 8 about a plastic COVID-19 barrier he had installed in his classroom.
Friday's Pequea Valley at Octorara L-L League rivalry football game is postponed because of COVID-19 issues
The annual Battle of the Braves football game is off. Friday's Pequea Valley at Octorara backyard rivalry L-L League Section 4 game was postponed because of COVID-19 issues at Pequea Valley, Octorara coach Jed King confirmed to LNP. Whether or not the game gets played at a later date is...
Leadership in the Greater Baltimore Committee and Towson University conduct study, finds how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted local women
The Greater Baltimore Committee, leadership of the GBC Baltimore Women’s Advisory Board and Towson University have conducted a study on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted women in the Baltimore region. According to the news release, “a significant percentage of women in the Baltimore region report being overloaded with work,...
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Anticipation was high in the days leading up to Sept. 17, when Red Lion Area Senior High School was set to face off against Central York High School at a football game set on Hall of Fame night. "We were looking forward to it," said Red Lion athletic director Arnold...
York County, PA — Dover Borough - may just seem like a red dot on an election map - but it's much more than that. It's the home of a Mayor who wouldn't take no for an answer - who sought out help when the state failed to deliver - and he found it - in the form of a journalist and a local health care provider.
YORK, Pa. — WellSpan Health has announced that staff of certain facilities will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by January 2022. WellSpan recently announced that all staff in Medicare and Medicaid-certified facilities, which includes hospitals, will be required to receive their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by Dec. 1 and second dose by Jan. 5, 2022.
The Student-Athlete Impact Leader (SAIL) program at Gettysburg continues to reinvent the way athletes adapt and respond to mental health in its third year. SAIL is a part of the Student Athlete Well-Being Program on campus, with the mission to bringing together “a group of student-athletes who are invested in the well-being of themselves, their teammates, and peers at Gettysburg College.”