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Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pennsylvania coronavirus cases are trending up, with worries about bars, young people, and the Jersey Shore

Pa. reports 832 new covid-19 cases, tells residents to quarantine if visiting these 15 states

Allegheny County tops 230 new coronavirus cases

12 new COVID-19 cases reported in county

COVID-19 cases rise in NEPA, state data released Thursday shows

Westmoreland has another double-digit spike in coronavirus cases, commissioners issue warning

New Berks County coronavirus cases up by 4 as state records 832, most since May 22

Analysis: Testing rate in Luzerne County relatively stable

Montgomery County officials launch ‘Mask Up, Montco’ campaign

Coronavirus hospitalization rise across U.S. is cause for concern

Penn State announces first student death from COVID-19

Penn State student from Allentown dies from coronavirus at 21, possibly youngest in state

Recruiting contact tracers

Secret Service agents preparing for Pence Arizona trip contracted coronavirus

As Phillies, MLB teams await more test results, doctor expects ‘steady number’ of COVID-19 cases

Kim Jong Un reaffirmed North Korea’s claim to not have had a single case of COVID-19


In Pa.’s growing fireworks war, it’s fed-up residents vs. cold, hard cash

Pa. Gov. Wolf signs law requiring insurers to cover costly supplemental breast cancer screenings

Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf signs into law state universities’ reform bill that opens the door to dramatic changes

Mullery-sponsored bill to reduce flood risk in Plymouth

Booms a bust? State ponders fireworks rules


Our Opinion: Gov. Wolf is the tyrant we need

Pennsylvania is changing its emergency management contractor in the middle of a pandemic


Rocked by COVID economy, Pa. finishes 2019-20 budget year $3.2B in the red


Congress acts to protect the Philly region’s defense plants, giving Lockheed Martin and Boeing a boost

Some Realtors are moving away from using the term ‘master bedroom’

3 workers test positive for covid-19 at Penn Hills Shop ‘n Save

Man rips face mask off employee at beer store: ‘You don’t need that’


Pa. to train more local police officers as experts in spotting DUI drivers

Allentown Police Department releases full use-of-force policy


2 North Hills School District students test positive for covid-19 following hockey tryouts

‘Death by a thousand cuts’: Controversy in Lebanon County school district highlights Pa.’s education challenges

Face mask ‘gray area’ leaves Pennsylvania high schools in uncertain territory

CMU leader says his school wants to be on ‘the right side of history’

Penn to remove statue of slavery supporter, forms group to look at campus iconography

Ohio schools will be required to implement mask policy for reopening


The most important Pennsylvania congressional races used to be in the Philly suburbs. Not anymore.

Noticias locales

Scranton to beef up fireworks enforcement

Lackawanna County cancels events

Courts said President Trump can’t block constituents on Twitter. What about Montgomery County Commissioner Gale?

Opponents of Berks County Residential Center target house of second commissioner for protest

Upper Darby residents rally to ‘Back the Blue’

Bike ride will pay homage to three McKeesport heroes

Noose found hanging in Leechburg park

Luzerne County buildings off-limits to those returning from virus-hit states

Pandemic restrictions cause dip in some Wilkes-Barre revenues

Census task force to address low response in Wilkes-Barre

Sunday call volume peaks as officers respond to noise, other complaints

Noticias nacionales

Video shows white woman pulling pistol on black mother, daughter in Michigan

Nueva Jersey

In New Jersey schools, climate change education will be mandatory


Philly set out to decriminalize protests. Instead, critics say, it’s silencing free speech.

Philadelphia delays reopening of landlord-tenant court, a reprieve for renters struggling during the pandemic

Union’s minor-league team to resume July 18 with first Philadelphia-area game in any sport since pandemic began

Rizzo, Columbus statue defenders are back in court, challenging city handling of memorials

Philly experiencing ‘second wave’ of coronavirus

Mixed-income housing project divides Baptist church and East Oak Lane neighborhood

Violent extremist or dedicated activist? A battle rages to define the demonstrator charged with torching Philly police cars

Teens from these elite Philly schools were trading sexist, racist texts. Their parents need to do better. | Jenice Armstrong

There will be no reckoning on race with clueless leaders in charge | Helen Ubiñas

‘Stuck again’: Philly’s restaurant owners scramble to respond to indoor dining delay


Allegheny County bars, restaurants ordered closed as new COVID-19 cases double

Allegheny County orders bars, restaurants to halt on-premises dining for a week

Pittsburgh protest targets alcohol ban: Bar, restaurant owners and workers feel singled out

‘It’s getting ridiculous,’ bar owner says of alcohol ban during Allegheny County protest

As ‘green’ stage rolls out, a tight-knit group of entrepreneurs shares the wins and the setbacks

Panel explores impact of pandemic, police violence on Black youth

Saturday ‘Trump Boat Parade’ still on despite new county gathering limits

More than 10K sign up for Trump boat parade, rally in Pittsburgh, organizer says

Pirates close PNC Park to outsiders, adjust summer camp schedule

In wake of Allegheny County coronavirus outbreak, Pirates close PNC Park workouts to media

Large majority of PPS union staff support police in schools, survey shows

Levin Furniture to open 17 locations in Pittsburgh and Cleveland

It’s owned by Mark Cuban. It’s on the riverfront. And it’s for sale

Richard King Mellon Foundation adds $10 million to its earlier $15 million commitment for covid-19 issues

Noticias del Estado

No license required: Free fishing day Saturday

Public hearings scheduled via Zoom for proposed Columbia Gas bill hike

Gun sales surge nationally and in Pennsylvania amid fears of coronavirus and unrest

How safe are Pennsylvania’s lakes and streams for fishing, swimming and drinking?


Fireworks, alcohol help fuel Fourth of July’s ranking as one of deadliest times of year. Police urge drivers to use caution