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Gov. Wolf considering moving some counties into ‘green phase’ as early as Friday

Wolf to announce more yellow counties Friday; Pa. health secretary recommends Philadelphians under stay-at-home order don’t go to the Shore for Memorial Day

Which Pa. counties will be next to have some coronavirus restrictions lifted? Lehigh Valley ‘has strong case to go yellow,’ senator says

Which Pa. counties could move into green reopening phase, and which could go to yellow next?: Analysis

Wolf to announce more counties to transition, including some possibly to green

Luzerne County releases proposed yellow-phase plan

County tells Wolf: We are ready to go to yellow

Going to red to yellow: What you need to know

Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores reopen in Cumberland and York; can you visit from Dauphin or another red county?

Liquor stores to open as Beaver County goes yellow

‘Open Delco’ protesters rally at county courthouse

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pennsylvania is combining results of different coronavirus tests. That could be a big problem.

Pa. health officials quietly alter erroneous nursing home case, death counts as providers cry foul

Errors persist in Pa. nursing home numbers

Pa. changed the way it reports negative COVID-19 tests. But officials can’t say when it began or how many tests are affected

As the state struggled to help nursing homes, counties stepped in to fill the gaps

Legal claims vs. care homes could be tough to prove

How one West Chester senior living facility is bucking the coronavirus death trend

At least one new death in Western Pa.; Allegheny County reporting no deaths but number differs from state

Allegheny County reports 31 new covid-19 cases, no new deaths for 2nd day in a row

Westmoreland County reports 2 additional coronavirus cases, no new deaths

2 more deaths, 22 new cases in county

Lackawanna County has eighth highest per capita increase in coronavirus cases

Montgomery County reports 10 more coronavirus deaths; 94 new positive cases

State closing Mohegan Sun Arena testing site May 29

Contact tracing slowly taking shape

Fighting an invisible enemy: Pa. National Guard coordinates state’s largest medical military team to respond to coronavirus

Calls to Pennsylvania’s child-abuse hotline have plunged. Some fear fewer are watching out for kids.

Lancaster, Reading transit workers call for more pay, coronavirus protections

Coronavirus ‘does not spread easily’ from contaminated surfaces or animals, CDC now says

More evidence emerges on why COVID-19 is so much worse than the flu

Trump saying he’s taking hydroxychloroquine has lupus patients thinking: ‘Here we go again’

Trump declines to publicly wear mask during tour of Michigan Ford plant


Pennsylvania senator calls for removal of managers at state-run Southeastern Veterans’ Center after 47 deaths in one month, including 27 from coronavirus

Some Pa. Republicans want to legalize marijuana after coronavirus blew a hole in the budget: ‘It’s inevitable’

Committee advances nuclear option to shut down Wolf’s emergency power

‘Frustration’ focus of senator’s town hall with business owners

Legislators react to Gov. Wolf’s vetoes of 3 bills


U.S. judge refuses to override Gov. Wolf’s coronavirus business closure, stay-at-home orders


First call: Takeout cocktails officially a thing in Pennsylvania

Gov. Wolf signs bill allowing bars, restaurants to sell cocktails to go

Pennsylvania bars and restaurants can now sell drinks-to-go. Here’s what is and isn’t allowed, hours and more

PREIT gets $4.5M Paycheck Protection loan for small business and real-estate tax delays, as losses mount

An additional 2.4 million Americans file for unemployment, but claims drop in Pa. as some counties reopen

Pennsylvania’s jobless claims near 2 million

Penn Hills gym reopens despite Gov. Wolf’s orders

Hotels have been hit hard by pandemic

Pa. sports bar fights back as liquor license suspensions spread in lockdown crackdown

Real estate agents are ‘thrilled’ to be back in business statewide


Pa. corrections secretary testifies temporary reprieve program not happening ‘in a vacuum’


Clarify school relief plans


Want to know who won the presidential race on election night? Get ready to wait.

Westmoreland County in dire need of poll workers for June primary

Polling changes create some primary confusion

Should all states allow voters to vote by mail?


Highmark Health, AHN announce layoffs

380 layoffs announced across Allegheny Health Network, Highmark Health, another affiliate

Noticias locales

Scranton sees support on appeal of tax-cap lawsuit ruling

Local nonprofits receive nearly $560,000 in grants to fight hunger

Noticias nacionales

Flood raises fears of pollution at Michigan toxic waste site


Facebook to hire in Philly and selected other cities

City agrees to test Philly airport homeless for COVID-19 after advocates threaten suit

Summer in Philly is almost here. But what it will look like is an open question.

Speed cameras will go active June 1 on Roosevelt Blvd., with warnings before tickets

Philly schools issue call to action on education funding

South Philly judge of elections admits he took bribes to stuff the ballot box for Democratic candidates

Man fatally shot in Kensington


A call for help: Union claims 911 call center workers need more COVID-19 protections

Mark Cuban wants to buy the Original Hot Dog Shop

After a delay that upset the Penguins, board OKs preliminary plans for new FNB HQ at former arena site

Penguins back on board for Lower Hill project; URA approves plans

Sales tax hit means 20% cuts to libraries, museums, arts groups and more in Allegheny County

Police investigate shooting in Knoxville

Housing Authority to provide internet and laptops to 872 Pittsburgh students

Noticias del Estado

Plug abandoned wells: Plan has support of industry, environmentalists

‘1-4-3 Day’ returns Friday to honor Fred Rogers’ legacy

Pa. again extends gun permit licenses that have expired