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Coronavirus - COVID-19

Gov. Wolf will allow some outdoor businesses — like golf courses and fishing tours — to reopen

Pennsylvania golfers and owners rejoice as courses get set to reopen statewide

Pennsylvania golf courses, marinas, private campgrounds can reopen this week

Gov. Wolf to open golf courses, marinas, private campgrounds May 1

Tee time: Golf to resume Friday in Pa.

Golfers, boaters, camping enthusiasts, take note: Gov. Wolf will let you — carefully — get back outdoors soon

Gov. Wolf gives green light (of sorts) for golf courses

Pennsylvania coronavirus updates: Golf courses, other recreational centers to reopen Friday with safe procedures

Coronavirus closures to be lifted for some outdoor recreational activities Friday

Gov. Wolf: More than half of mandatory race, ethnicity data still unreported across Pa.

Wolf urges health care professionals to report race data related to coronavirus

State to collect more COVID-19 data on vulnerable populations

Pennsylvania officials issue guidance on resuming elective surgeries

State releases guidelines on resuming elective surgeries

Elective surgeries to resume under state guidelines; Allegheny reports six new nursing home deaths

Elective surgeries may resume under new Department of Health orde

Allegheny County reports 6 new coronavirus deaths, 14% of cases in health care workers

Virus claims 4 more lives in county; 27 cases added

No new coronavirus deaths in Lackawanna County, state reports

Tenth resident at Kane Glen Hazel has died due to COVID-19

Lehigh County: Cedarbrook coronavirus death toll is officially 8 but may be almost three times higher

Berks County officials worried coronavirus crisis may be hitting minority communities harder

Montgomery County coronavirus death toll reaches 220; 169 inmates at jail test positive

State data indicates 20 new cases at Brighton Rehab, total surpasses 260

‘You were exposed’: How an appointment at CHOP led to 20 new cases of coronavirus

State wants more to seek coronavirus testing at Mohegan Sun Arena

Penn State Health St. Joseph doctor and nurses speak from the front line of the coronavirus pandemic

What we still don’t know: Here are some of the big coronavirus questions scientists are racing to answer

Contact-tracing challenge: New project from Apple, Google needs public trust

I helped write Maryland’s ventilator guidelines in 2017. Pa.’s rules are too vague. | Expert Opinion

System needs latent capacity

New York hospitals study a common heartburn drug famotidine as treatment for COVID-19

DeWine outlines cautious approach to reopening Ohio’s economy

As people choose between food and other basic necessities, Congress should expand SNAP benefits | Opinion

Trump’s intelligence briefing book repeatedly cited coronavirus threat, but it didn’t register with him

Trump says coronavirus testing ‘not a problem,’ but doubts persist


Zoos, pet groomers and garden centers: House Republicans push for more businesses to reopen

Lawmakers push to get Pa.’s garden centers, zoos, animal groomers, realtors and lawyers back to work

Pa. senators threaten subpoena if Wolf administration refuses to turn over list of coronavirus business waivers

Housing bills: Getting people into homes is aim of legislation

COVID-19 exposed the cracks in our system. We have to fill them, not just paper them over | Opinion


Independent contractors: Unemployment check is in the mail — next month—next-month

Pennsylvania has received more than 1.65 million claims for unemployment benefits, including 107,000 from the self-employed and gig workers

SBA program reopens with new glitches, new scrutiny after NBA franchise returns loan funds

More dividends at risk as companies see pandemic rip up their profit projections

Does my boss have to tell me if a coworker has coronavirus? What to know about your rights.

Workers repair corrosion problem at Beaver Valley nuclear reactor

Los Angeles Lakers return $4.6 million from stimulus loan program

Comcast is still charging late fees, but you don’t have to pay them

By restricting PPP based on criminal record, many non-profits will suffer | Opinion

Restaurant owners apply for emergency loans offered by Wilkes-Barre

Levin makes good on promise to help former employees

Pa. resort laid off more than 700 employees this month due to coronavirus but is planning for summer opening

Farming is essential during the pandemic, but a far cry from business as usual

Sell 30,000 eggs or euthanize your chickens: Lehigh Valley farmers look for public’s support during coronavirus pandemic

Demand for delivery services skyrockets as people opt to avoid shopping in stores amid pandemic


Westmoreland prison population cut by almost 30%

Judge rules former Leechburg police chief Diebold must remain in jail during pandemic

ICE detainee was sick with COVID-19 for days before being removed from York Co. jail, witnesses claim

Police investigating after several people shot in Chester Monday evening


Scranton School District discusses graduation, capital improvements during work session

SHINE program plans to distribute free school supplies for children

Homeless and hungry college students will face greater challenges because of the coronavirus

Contingency plans in the works for college sports to come back for next school year

Community colleges expect an enrollment spike because of pandemic


The legal team that overturned Pa. gerrymandering is suing to relax the state’s absentee ballot deadlines amid the coronavirus outbreak

As counties look to consolidate polling places, advocates worry about voter disenfranchisement


Supreme Court rules in favor of health insurers — and Highmark could benefit

Thousands of NEPA patients’ medical records potentially exposed in Tennessee twister

Wright Center gets grant from Moses Taylor Foundation

Noticias locales

Auditor: No oversight, accountability plagued Scranton gas card system

Scranton Municipal Golf Course shuts its doors, likely for good

Deadline nears for class-action lawsuit involving missing sewer easements in Scranton, Dunmore

Montgomery County officials seek help for homeless during coronavirus outbreak

Delaware County sets up overflow morgue at Emergency Operations Center

Westmoreland Community Action survey to gauge coronavirus-related needs

Latrobe eyes short-term loan while extending deadlines for tax, garbage payments

W-B adds ambulance to deal with increased calls, cleaning

County courtroom closures extended

Pedri to update county council on primary election preparations

Hazleton mayor wants to extend city’s curfew

Noticias nacionales

U.S. running out of places to store abundance of oil


Philly’s tourism economy has already lost $1 billion because of coronavirus — and faces a long road back

Philly small businesses are chasing the next $310 billion in coronavirus PPP loans

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Black churches in Philadelphia aid free testing

Pa. Rep. Dwight Evans calls for targeted coronavirus testing efforts in African American communities

Some tenants are calling for a Philly-wide rent strike on May 1. Landlords are holding their breath

Blue Angels-Thunderbirds flyover: Start time, flight path over Philadelphia, New Jersey, and New York

Philadelphia passes its coronavirus peak; N.J. may reopen in ‘weeks’ as governor releases plan

Someone wrote mean stuff about John Dougherty in a letter. His lawyer calls it a ‘smear document.’

Here’s a list of local Philly stores that deliver groceries, meat, dairy, coffee beans and more

Philly unions are calling for a citywide essential worker bill of rights during the coronavirus pandemic

He ran 76 miles around the perimeter of Philadelphia in one day — and used Wawas as pit stops

Paul A. Dandridge, Philadelphia judge who advocated for troubled youth and people in addiction, dies at 93


Councilwoman, mayor to introduce bill to fight housing discrimination in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh councilwoman says coronavirus has led to more discrimination complaints

Grading policy for city students during remote instruction still up for debate

Does the Pittsburgh VA have a protective equipment supply shortage?

Food distribution set for Pittsburgh-area veterans in need

FNB donates $50K to Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank

9th employee at Port Authority’s West Mifflin garage tests positive for coronavirus

Koppers withdraws 2020 financial guidance because of COVID-19 pandemic

Anthrocon 2020, Pittsburgh’s Furry convention, canceled due to COVID-19 concerns

2 injured in crash involving Pittsburgh police vehicle

Noticias del Estado

Residents hospitalized after roof collapse at nursing home in Washington County

Western Pennsylvanians venture out as curbside liquor pickup expands

Good booze news: Pa. liquor stores are ramping up curbside pickup

You’ve got time to renew, apply for driver’s license

Pa. Commonwealth Court to hold 1st video stream hearing Tuesday

Grandview golf discrimination case is closed, Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission says


PennDOT resumes a few area road projects, expects a big push beginning May 1

Construction projects can begin in Pittsburgh on Friday

Another landslide closes Route 837 between West Mifflin and Dravosburg

South Main St. paving project in Wilkes-Barre to begin