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Indoor dining, school activities, gyms and more suspended under new COVID-19 restrictions in Pa, as hospitals hope for relief but restaurants cry for help

‘Different animal’ of COVID-19 surge drives new business restrictions in Pa.

Too little or too much? Reaction varies on Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf’s new COVID-19 restrictions

Gov. Tom Wolf halts indoor dining, suspends school sports as part of new restrictions

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announces new, stricter COVID restrictions

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf announces 3-week set of restrictions including shutdown of indoor restaurant dining, high school sports, gyms and casinos

Pennsylvania halts school sports, bans indoor dining

Wolf announces new restrictions on dining, indoor activities

Gov. Wolf prohibits indoor dining, gyms until Jan. 4. See the new COVID-19 restrictions.

‘Gov. Wolf, do not cancel Christmas’: Pa. coronavirus shutdowns will last through holidays

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf announces new, stricter COVID restrictions

Casinos, theaters ordered to shut down for three weeks

One day after Pa. casino execs send a letter to Wolf pushing to stay open, he shuts them down

Gov. Wolf puts brakes on winter sports

Gov. Wolf’s sports suspension ‘like a punch to the gut,’ Berks coaches say

Pennsylvania’s new restrictions: What you need to know

In Philly area, COVID-19 cases are rising fastest in Camden. Health workers are going door-to-door to stop the surge.

COVID-19 is stressing some Philadelphia hospitals more than others, report suggests

COVID-19 outbreak at Philly jails panics staff and prisoners ‘in the eye of the storm’

TSA officers at Philadelphia International Airport see alarming rise in coronavirus cases, union says

Allegheny County reports 1,166 new covid cases, 2nd-highest daily tally

Westmoreland County sees record jump in covid cases with 505

Daily COVID-19 cases jump back into the hundreds in Monroe County

PA COVID-19 deaths surge as cases rise sharply in NEPA, state

Berks County official says number of excess deaths shows the very real impact of COVID

Western Pa. hospitals rush to buy massive, ultra-cold freezers for covid vaccine

NEPA health systems preparing for COVID-19 vaccine distribution

As pandemic rages, FDA advisers recommend emergency authorization of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

FDA panel endorses widespread use of Pfizer covid-19 vaccine

Congress stuck as McConnell torpedoes emerging covid relief deal


Thousands of Pa. families face potential eviction come the new year

A look at the claims in GOP letter calling for Congress to reject Pennsylvania’s electors

Third Pa. legislator this week tests positive for COVID-19, as Capitol rethinks pandemic-era swearing-in

Sen. Yudichak tests positive for COVID-19

Redistribución de distritos

New electoral districts are coming – an old approach can show if they’re fair | Opinion


Governor’s shutdown of inside dining another blow to restaurants, bars

Bar, restaurant owners frustrated, fearful as new Pa. restrictions announced

Local restaurants react to short notice to cease indoor dining

Gym owners disappointed in Wolf’s closure orders

Businesses say new round of COVID-19 closures will hit hard

Bucks businesses, officials disappointed in new Pa. COVID restrictions

Gyms, fitness centers will have to close again across Pa.: ‘It’s devastating,’ one owner says

‘There’s going to be a loss of jobs’: Indoor dining ban hits restaurants already in crisis

PA Human Relations Commission to review Cargill complaint

$1 billion of PPP loans helped Lehigh Valley businesses weather pandemic. Which ones benefitted?


Westmoreland jail to install additional video conferencing as virus spread continues

It’s ‘like an attack on all us,’ union official says about stabbing of veteran prison guard, HS coach


Pennsylvania blasts Texas’ bid in Supreme Court to overturn Biden’s election

Luzerne County Election Board members share views with inquiry committee

County council committee explores role of election board

Noticias locales

Stuff the Bus in Scranton helps Toys for Tots in NEPA

Lackawanna County sheriff revamps gun permit procedures

Reading Mayor Eddie Moran criticized for trip to Puerto Rico during COVID pandemic

Reading Mayor Eddie Moran extends closure of City Hall amid rising COVID cases

Berks County moving to set up a quarantine facilities in Reading for homeless who test positive for COVID

Bucks County to avoid tax increase in 2021

Westmoreland doles out another $2 million in covid-relief grants to small businesses

Noticias nacionales

Companies don’t have to serve customers who are gay, Michigan court says

Watchdog faults VA Secretary Robert Wilkie over handling of sex assault report


Philadelphia City Council approves pandemic-era ‘Black Workers Matter’ protections

City Council approves Philly construction tax and changes to property tax abatement in busy year-end session

City Council passes slew of legislation: Transparency for firms seeking city contracts; worker protections; ban on ‘ghost guns’

Joe Biden can help Philadelphia on day one, with a supervised injection site | Editorial

Animation art program for refugee and immigrant children is on pause until a new sponsor steps up

COVID-19 surge left more than 500 Philly cops unable to work last week, department data shows

In Philadelphia, Our Lady of Guadalupe won’t be celebrated by crowds this year

Father killed, son wounded in Strawberry Mansion double shooting

‘A new direction’: Philadelphia school board shifts focus toward academics and equity work

Parking Authority is Philly’s Shangri-La: Despite new audit, nothing likely to change | Editorial

‘The cutting edge of safety’: Philly area schools plan widespread coronavirus testing


Allegheny County commits another $2M to programs for needy

Holiday Market in Downtown Pittsburgh to close in response to Gov. Wolf’s covid orders

Amazon plans facility in old Sears Outlet in Lawrenceville

Penguins say project at former Civic Arena site remains on track

Revised plans for building at former Wholey’s warehouse approved by Pittsburgh Planning Commission

Pittsburgh playwright August Wilson to be honored with Forever Stamp

Play it Forward Pittsburgh Toy Drive gives new meaning to children’s fun

Port Authority leadership urges prioritizing transit workers for covid-19 vaccine

Noticias del Estado

13 companies awarded funds to expand broadband across Pennsylvania

Companies awarded $6.4 million to deploy broadband in York County