RUSH TWP., Pa. - A high school in Schuylkill County is closed Tuesday due to power outages and road closures.
Marian Catholic High School said on its website after-school activities may still be running depending on clean up efforts.
Utility workers were seen in the area of Route 54 and Marian Avenue near the school in Rush Township.
No word on what caused the outage or how long until it's repaired.
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