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Coronavirus - COVID-19

State reaches 62,234 positives, Levine says infection rate declining

No new COVID-19 deaths in Western Pa., according to state

Allegheny County reports no new coronavirus deaths or hospitalizations, just 8 new cases

Four more covid-19 cases reported in Westmoreland County; no new deaths

13 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in county

NEPA adds 36 new COVID-19 cases; two more die from disease

Berks coronavirus positives rise by 34; state’s positives increase by 623

COVID-19 highlights Erie County race, class disparities

Coronavirus compounds hardships for homeless as shelter becomes scarce

How the coronavirus changed everything in Berks County, 2 months since the first case

Coronavirus crisis expected to increase need for foster families

Editorial: Mental health a major issue during pandemic

Our elected leaders can’t overlook the intellectually disabled during COVID-19 | Opinion

Fewer Americans concerned about contracting COVID-19 | The Numbers Racket

Federal government to begin gathering data on COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes

Rural Americans, minorities more vulnerable to virus

Patients who recover from coronavirus could face long-term health issues: report

Reapertura PA

Delaware County yearns to be free of coronavirus pandemic


End child marriage: Pa. is ahead of the curve on this issue


‘Caravan of solidarity’ presses Wolf administration, nursing homes to step up

No time for posturing: Wolf, Republicans need to find common ground


Pennsylvania launches program to extend unemployment pay for 13 weeks

When government was choosing who did ‘life-sustaining work,’ did the label fit? Or sting? Or both?

This software company is OK with its nonessential designation — but says that could change someday

Monroeville salon owner says her industry is essential: ‘I don’t just touch hair, I touch lives’

Drive-ins could see renewed interest in coming weeks as some virus restrictions are lifted

Lower Burrell officials want Gov. Tom Wolf to re-open businesses closed because of pandemic

Schiff’s acquiring Maines Food & Party Warehouse in Forty Fort

Lehigh Valley cleaning services ready to provide coronavirus decontamination to businesses looking to reopen

Tiny Pennsburg flirts with revolt against Pennsylvania’s business closure order

Will you need a reservation to go to Hersheypark or Knoebels? How Pa. amusement parks could handle coronavirus changes

Making a go of it: Area restaurant owners staying open (carefully) during coronavirus

Payroll Protection Program for small businesses continues after rocky start


Faced with $15 million local revenue loss, area school districts eye hiking taxes, eliminating positions

Jonah Goldberg: COVID-19 could shake the foundations of higher education

Ted Danson, other notable Carnegie Mellon alumni offer congrats to new grads


Pennsylvania: Here’s how to register to vote before tonight’s deadline

From ‘Can I have your vote?’ to ‘How can I help?’ Coronavirus has transformed campaigning for the Pa. primary.

Clock ticking on Pa. voter registration deadline ahead of primaries

Primary voting impacted for Lower Valley residents by coronavirus

May 18 is the deadline to register to vote in June 2 primary

A pro-Trump super PAC is stepping up its advertising campaign against Joe Biden in Pennsylvania


Casinos will have new safety plans when reopening

Noticias locales

Volunteers step up to help after Friends of the Poor lost employees

Berks food pantry delivers groceries to nearly 900 families after date mix-up

Lack of haircuts comes up at Luzerne County Council meeting

Greater W-B Industrial Fund gets $1.5M PIPE grant for Dupont Borough

Community group gives meals to kids in Wilkes-Barre

Hometown Heroes project pays tribute to local veterans

Cops: Littering masks, gloves could cost you

Noticias nacionales

How bad can the economy get? Could this be another Great Depression?

‘A lot to be hopeful for’: Crisis seen as historic, not another Great Depression

Gas natural

Better gas data needed


Philadelphians are secretly picking ‘quaranteams’ to survive the shutdown

Philly’s overdose crisis still needs attention amid coronavirus | Editorial

Philadelphia area stars headlining PHL COVID-19 Fund variety show fund-raiser

These are the people we’ve lost to COVID-19 in Greater Philadelphia

Protesters urge Philadelphia archdiocese to resume in-person Mass

Rebecca Rhynhart’s alternative plan to balance the city budget — without raising your taxes | Opinion

Swastikas spray painted on Philadelphia Red Cross building


Pitt-based study discovers a way to block transplanted organ rejection

North Side Exxon reopens with a familiar face after fight closes station

His very clean dental office is going to get even cleaner to reopen

An ad agency negotiates different states’ rules but grades the labels ‘insulting’

PennDOT begins pedestrian safety project on Pittsburgh’s busy East Carson Street

Police investigate shooting in Northview Heights

Alcosan given OK for $2 billion plan to reduce sewage overflows into waterways

Noticias del Estado

Social distancing costs mount for fire companies forced to cancel fundraisers

Gypsy moth populations down, likely no need to spray

You’ve been ‘dusted!’: How ‘booze fairies’ are spreading cheer in the tri-state area


PennDOT expects at least $800 million in funding cuts due to coronavirus