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Gov. Wolf to move more counties into ‘yellow’ reopening phase; extends stay-at-home order for ‘red’ counties

Pa. extends coronavirus stay-at-home order to early June, as 24 counties move into yellow reopening stage

Which Pennsylvania counties are poised to enter the ‘yellow’ stage of pandemic emergency next?

Pennsylvania extends stay-at-home orders until June 4

Pennsylvania extends coronavirus stay-at-home order for Lehigh Valley, other ‘red’ areas to June 4; loosens restrictions for first time on ‘yellow’ areas

Wolf extends stay-at-home order for red zones to June 4, will reveal next yellow-phase areas Friday

Wolf extends ban on evictions, foreclosures as PA nears 53K COVID-19 cases

Gov. Tom Wolf gave Pennsylvania 60 days to prevent an eviction and foreclosure crisis | Editorial

Wolf signs order shielding health-care workers on coronavirus front lines from certain civil lawsuits

Hospitals, Pa. boost release of coronavirus data to keep public informed

Pennsylvania reports jump of 310 coronavirus deaths as it continues to catch up with data

Region has 11 new COVID-19 deaths

Allegheny County reports 6 more coronavirus deaths, 45 new cases after delays in reporting

Westmoreland coronavirus death toll rises by 1 to 32

Montco reports 105 new cases of coronavirus; death toll at 393

7 more COVID-19 related deaths reported in Luzerne County

7 more deaths in Luzerne County; Wolf extends stay-at-home order

Erie County sees record number of COVID-19 cases

Rep. Lamb demands federal probe of Brighton nursing home, cites poor practices by managers

Experts worry CDC is sidelined in coronavirus response

Trump tightens grip on coronavirus information as he pushes to restart the economy


Task force formed to prepare Lackawanna County for eventual reopening

Information usually best medicine

With 80 % of new coronavirus deaths in Pennsylvania at nursing and personal care homes, lawmakers demand answers

Fitzpatrick, state legislators to attend online teen forum

State senator: Greene, Washington counties to reopen next Friday

Counting the ballots: Election officials need time to count mail-in votes

Bad timing for Harrisburg’s anti-environment efforts | Editorial

We need the legislature to pass the Family Care Act | Pennlive letters

Pennsylvania keeps us in dark about coronavirus actions. That’s reprehensible

Pa. senator to health secretary: ‘I beg of you’ to do more to stop deaths at nursing homes

Killion advocates opening up some business

Yudichak critical of state’s nursing home response plan


Wolf criticizes Martz decision to resume NYC, Philly routes

Protesters call for Wolf to reopen businesses in Wyoming County

Commissioners prepare to take Wolf to court over shutdowns, lack of input

Elected officials and businesses in 4 counties sue to end coronavirus shutdown


Millions more Americans filed jobless claims and Pa. is burning through unemployment cash. That could mean higher taxes later.

Unemployment benefits now available for self-employed Pennsylvanians

Self-employed can file for backdated unemployment benefits

SBA slashes disaster-loan limit from $2 million to $150,000, shuts out nearly all new applicants

Which businesses can reopen in Pa.’s yellow coronavirus phase, and which can’t?

Businesses in Northwest Pa. ‘proceed with caution’ as they begin to reopen

Some businesses take a cautious approach as 24 Pa. counties partially reopen Friday

Restaurants sue the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board over wine handling fees

Mired in the pandemic, construction pros consider the future of their business

As doors reopen in some counties, shopping is going to look a lot different

Mon Valley dog groomer reopens in defiance of COVID-19 business closing order

Emergency loans to WB restaurants pay for rent, supplies at critical time

W-B assists small businesses trying to stay afloat

Luzerne County companies join #LightItBlue movement to honor front-line workers

Monroeville company cleans Westmoreland emergency vehicles for free

Self-employed can now file for backdated pandemic unemployment benefits

Giant Eagle teams with domestic violence groups to raise help awareness during pandemic

What businesses, activities can restart Friday in Erie County?

Ambler Savings Bank awards $14.5M in forgivable loans in first round of Payroll Protection Program

Kimberly-Clark ramps up production of toilet paper at Chester plant


Pandemic opportunism: Prison call-monitoring system exploits virus panic


Students eligible for free lunch to receive $370 in SNAP benefits to cover rest of school year

Students urged not to return to Penn State on what would have been graduation weekend


Pennsylvania allows big reduction in poll workers for 2020 primary election to help counties during pandemic

Primary voting Q&A: Mail-in voting process explained

Berks County election board votes to increase poll worker pay

Pandemic forces dramatic changes in Delco election procedures

Bucks voters will be ordered to wear masks


UPMC officials say small Mother’s Day visits OK as they push Pennsylvania to reopen

Excela offers support for teens feeling overwhelmed by pandemic

Noticias locales

Scranton receives $64K in federal coronavirus response funding

Gritty parades through Delco in his first public appearance since quarantine

Berks County commissioners adjust to taking business online

Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival canceled due to COVID-19

Hempfield fire stations face ‘growing pains’ as township supervisors enforce service agreements

Noticias nacionales

Treasury sending stimulus payments to the dead

Dallas salon owner who was jailed for reopening is released

2 men arrested in killing of unarmed black jogger Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia after outrage


Officials urge residents to ‘stay the course’ as coronavirus statistics improve

Coming soon: Philly School District families will have access to grief counseling, coronavirus support

Supporters of reopening Philly businesses to rally around City Hall at noon

A top SBA official on why Philly small businesses should apply now for $100 billion left in coronavirus PPP loans

Teacher Lea DiRusso knows she won’t survive mesothelioma, but hopes Philadelphia schools makes good on its promise to protect students and staff from asbestos.

Philadelphia Police Sgt. James O’Connor IV will finally be laid to rest Friday. His funeral had been delayed by the coronavirus.

2 more homicides in Philadelphia raise total to 132 this year–20200507.html

Philly meat worker’s family sues over COVID-19 death. Suit says JBS boosted production in early pandemic with ‘Saturday kill.’

Philadelphia-area health-care students are helping patients in isolation connect with loved ones

SDP expands courses and other offerings to include mental health services

ER doc: Stay home, Philly. COVID isn’t over yet | Expert Opinion

Philly pediatrician: Many young patients fear gun violence as much as COVID-19 | Expert Opinion

3 lessons these doctors learned in caring for COVID-19 patients | Expert Opinion

Local barbers say the mandatory corona shutdowns have only created Prohibition 2.0 | Helen Ubiñas

Save Philly restaurants, and the economy, by allowing outdoor dining now | Opinion


Emergency food bank distribution scheduled today at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Parking Authority furloughs all enforcement officers, meter technicians

Vote to test all Allegheny County Jail inmates and staff for COVID-19 fails

Oversight board adds money to inmate accounts; universal covid-19 testing vote fails

With unprecedented challenges, Pittsburgh florists prepare for Mother’s Day

Bloomfield landmark Alexander’s Italian restaurant says addio, closes after 42 years

Pittsburgh’s Race for the Cure moves from Mother’s Day to Sept. 13

One dead after East Liberty shooting

Noticias del Estado

Missing 13-year-old Bucks boy drove away in family’s minivan, last spotted in Va.

Covington Twp. receives court order to temporarily close Eagle Lake, property owners outraged

Water project planned for Archbald, Carbondale, Forest City

From conference calls to Zoom, local governments employ range of approaches to public meetings during pandemic

As Pa. emerges from shutdown, climate activists see parallels and opportunities


Advocates in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia pushing to keep Turnpike payments for transit

Spirit Airlines resumes flights to Orlando from Arnold Palmer Regional Airport


Live from Peters: Reschenthaler, beamed into conservative networks, takes aim at China, WHO