A state grant program that helps companies increase export sales is funding new activities because of COVID-19 travel difficulties. The Global Access Program (GAP) is now providing grants for e-commerce, digital marketing, marketing media design, and certain certifications. SEDA-COG’s Export Development program assists businesses with application development, submittal, reporting, and reimbursement, among other assistance. The reimbursable grants can be awarded up to $5,000. Funds are available through next September. For more information, call 570-524-4491.
Two people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Monday morning in Snyder County. The mishap happened just after 8:30 am on Route 204 in Penn Township. According to State Police, a Toyota Rav4 driven by 54-year-old Adesola Ajakaye of Homestead traveled off the roadway and struck an embankment and a mailbox. The vehicle re-entered Route 204 and traveled into the path of a Dodge Dakota driven by 57-year-old Jerry Ramsey of Mifflinburg. The collision caused Ramsey’s vehicle to overturn before coming to rest upright. Both drivers were transported to Geisinger Medical Center.