This week’s full moon is the “Beaver Moon”. See story below.
Crime Stoppers asked to help solve two Tioga County burglaries….Details released about a one-car crash earlier this month in Tioga County….This week’s full moon called the “Beaver Moon”…Health Department says most Covid cases are among unvaccinated people…
Wednesday’s high, 41; Overnight low, 53
THU-RAIN, TEMPERATURES DROPPING FROM 54
THU NIGHT-FLURRIES POSSIBLE, LOW34
FRI-CLOUDY, HIGH 34
FRI NIGHT-MOSTLY CLOUDY, LOW 29
SAT-PARTLY CLOUDY, HIGH 40
SAT NIGHT-LOW 27
State police at Mansfield have asked Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers to help them solve two burglaries occurring within minutes of each other last month. Troopers responded to AJ’s Outdoor Power Sports at 699 S. Main Street and Mitchell’s Carquest Auto Parts and Service at 688 S. Main Street in Richmond Township, Tioga County on October 7, 2021 at 0610 am for a report of two commercial burglaries that occurred within a few minutes of each other. Preliminary information is that it appears a Caucasian man threw a concrete block or brick through the business’s windows to gain access. The burglar attempted to gather money from the business’s cash registrars. The pictured suspect is described as white male wearing a black sweatshirt, beanie hat and gold chain and the vehicle driven by the suspect is possibly a silver or light gold color newer model Cadillac. Any persons with information regarding this incident or if you recognize the suspect are asked to anonymously contact the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers Toll Free at 1-800-4PA-TIPS (8477) or online at https://www.p3tips.com/tipform.aspx?ID=107 All callers to Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers remain anonymous and could be eligible for a CASH REWARD for information that leads to an arrest, the solving of a crime/cold case or the location of a wanted person/fugitive or missing person.Sourced via CRIMEWATCH®: https://www.crimewatchpa.com/crimestoppers/316/cases/pa-state-police-investigating-2-burglaries-richmond-township-tioga-county-cash-reward
Mansfield based state police have just released details about a one-car crash occurring on the morning of November 4 on Route 15 in Liberty Township, Tioga County. Troopers report Eliel Ortiz Figueroa of Reading, PA was headed north in the left lane of Route 15 when his Mazda 3 traveled off the road and entered the median where it hit a guardrail. Even though he was not wearing a seat belt, the driver was unhurt.
Troopers at the Coudersport barracks have yet to release a report about a one-vehicle crash occurring Monday afternoon on the Fishing Creek Road, four miles north of Route 6 in Roulette Township. At least one person was apparently injured.
A 45 year old unidentified Eldred man has been arrested for physical harassment in connection to a domestic violence assault allegedly occurring Tuesday night on McCrea Brook Road in Ceres Township, McKean County. Troopers claim the suspect attacked a 40 year old Eldred woman during an argument.
The full moon in November is often referred to as the Beaver Moon as it graces the sky in the month when beavers begin taking shelter in their lodges….It’ s also called the frost/freezing moon, deer rutting moon, digging/scratching moons named by native Americans and Europeans. This moon will be joined by the longest partial lunar eclipse will darken 98 percent the moon in a reddish/orange hue overnight tonight. The best time to enjoy the lunar eclipse is between 2:20 and 5:50 am Friday with 4:00 am being around the time that most of the moon is darker. The moon will appear full through Saturday morning.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed that as of 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 16, there were 6,024 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide cumulative total cases to 1,660,087.
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The department today posted its monthly update on COVID-19 post-vaccination cases, commonly known as “breakthrough.” Between Jan. 1, 2021 and Nov. 2, 2021, data shows the overwhelming majority of cases, hospitalizations and deaths were among unvaccinated, or not fully vaccinated, people:
88 percent of reported COVID-19 cases were in unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated people.
90 percent of reported hospitalizations with COVID-19 as the primary diagnosis/cause of admission were in unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated people.
89 percent of COVID-19-related deaths were in unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated people.
Officials say the data shows that the COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective for preventing hospitalizations and deaths, even as more post-vaccination cases occur in the context of more transmissible variants and more residents getting vaccinated.
There are 2,848 individuals hospitalized with COVID-19. Of that number, 631 patients are in the intensive care unit with COVID-19.
The trend in the 14-day moving average number of hospitalized patients continues to decrease.
Statewide percent positivity for the week of Nov. 5 – Nov. 11 stood at 10.3%.
As of 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 16, there were 150 new deaths identified by the Pennsylvania death registry, reported for a total of 32,633 deaths attributed to COVID-19. County-specific information and a statewide map are available on the COVID-19 Data Dashboard.
According to the CDC, as of Tuesday, Nov. 16, 73.3% of Pennsylvanians age 18 and older are fully vaccinated.
Vaccine providers have administered 14,749,373 total vaccine doses, including 1,204,631 additional doses (which includes additional shots for immunocompromised individuals and booster shots).
6,552,020 people are fully vaccinated; with 59,692 vaccinations administered since yesterday and a seven-day moving average of more than 49,400 people per day receiving vaccinations.
In licensed nursing and personal care homes, there have been a total of 67,100 resident cases of COVID-19 to date, and 48,555 cases among employees, for a total of 115,655 at 1,664 distinct facilities in all 67 counties. Approximately 32,930 of total cases have been among health care workers.