Spread may be slowing, but new coronavirus cases continue to emerge

Wolf administration still hasn’t disclosed which Pennsylvania businesses got waivers to stay open during coronavirus emergency

Gov. Tom Wolf unveils 6-point plan for reopening Pa.; here’s his list

Wolf offers ‘framework,’ no timeline for reopening state

Reaction to Gov. Wolf’s COVID-19 recovery plan: Some see strong leadership, but critics crave specifics

Editorial: Phone scams increasing in time of vulnerability

Sheetz provides hour for at-risk patrons at all locations; all patrons asked to wear masks

Montco coronavirus death toll at 135; third inmate at county jail tests positive

At least 10 residents of Pa. veterans nursing home have died of coronavirus: ‘We’re all freaking out’

Racial toll of virus grows even starker as more data emerges

State officials clarify reporting at care facilities

Cusat: City to focus on curfew enforcement

Pa. defense contractor BAE Systems on temporary shut down after coronavirus outbreak

‘Everybody has decided to garden this year’: Surge of interest in growing food reported

Amid pandemic, state police sees drop in arrests, car crashes across Pennsylvania

U.S. grant speeds this Pa. coronavirus test to market this year

Coronavirus has killed at least 10 at a state-run veterans home in Chester County. The National Guard is on site.

Small businesses hit hard during pandemic await federal loans

Bus passengers must have a mask or face covering to ride, LANTA says

After backlash, Ticketmaster plans refunds for concerts postponed due to coronavirus

Getting food to the Lehigh Valley’s needy costs more than ever as prices skyrocket


State offers funding to help volunteer fire companies battle wildfires

Here’s where and how self-employed Pa. residents can file for unemployment

State takes back grants for trail project

‘They’re commonplace’: With arrival of spring comes tick season

Child Abuse Prevention Month highlights need for child abuse advocates


Pennsylvania schools looking for coronavirus funding to be expedited

Allentown board rejects superintendent’s plan to hire investigator to see if charter students really live in the city

Would you commit to a college you can’t visit? Coronavirus upends college decisions

As traditional sport seasons are shut down, are high school esports about to have a moment?

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McGuffey parents upset about district plans to extend school year

Coronavirus has upended education for all children. For those with disabilities, the challenges are greater.

Pitt plans for fall could include hybrid semester


Portraits of a Pandemic: Joining a broader movement to fight for tenant rights

The burden is uneven, but Philly hospitals are holding up under the strain of coronavirus, officials say

Philly tells nonessential construction firms: Stop building or we’ll shut you down


Allegheny County to send mail-in ballot forms to every voter; Gov. Wolf mulls pleas for mail-only election

Giant Eagle to convert Parkway Center store to curbside pickup, delivery only

5th Port Authority employee tests positive for coronavirus

A silver lining? Cargo may offer battered Pittsburgh International Airport some hope


Reading Mayor Eddie Moran has historic first 100 days in office

Lancaster County jobless rate hits record high

Greene County emergency fund doles out nearly $30K in grants

Municipal offices alter operations due to coronavirus

Lackawanna County Coroner to mandate nursing homes report deaths to his office

Luzerne County seeking mail-in only primary