Coronavirus updates: Pa. passes 30,000 confirmed cases with 2,600 hospitalized

Berks County ‘going in wrong direction’ with biggest leap yet in daily coronavirus case count

Montgomery County reports 12 more coronavirus deaths; 201 new cases

The backlash against the quarantine has begun in Pennsylvania, with anti-shutdown rally Monday in Harrisburg

Face masks become mandatory in Pennsylvania: Here’s what you need to know

Self-employed, independent contractors, others can now get state, federal jobless benefits

Editorial: Timing the pandemic reopening

Summer harvest in a pandemic: Pa. farmers contend with a food surplus and a labor shortage

Drive-thru COVID-19 testing to start Monday at Mohegan Sun Arena

Hispanic workers are keeping Lehigh Valley warehouses going during coronavirus crisis, at great risk to themselves

State Sen. Bartolotta: Wave of stay-home protests express public’s frustration

The difference between the serology/antibody test and the nose swab; Can you get the coronavorus twice?

Workers live, eat, sleep at Pa. production plant to continue to produce vital medical supplies

Governors feel heat to reopen from protesters, president

Pa. to channel nearly $16 million to food banks as demand spikes

Sports leagues seek return to play but with no guarantees

64 people have been infected with coronavirus at county prison

Parallels drawn from King Coal to COVID-19

COVID-19 pandemic turns convivial real estate closings into socially distant ‘drive-bys’

Pa. National Guard deploys nurses to a Delco nursing facility due to ‘staffing shortages’

Study finds link between air pollution and COVID-19 fatalities


Pennsylvania warns small businesses about SBA loan scams

Some Pa. wine and liquor stores to start taking phone orders for curbside pickup

Wine distributors sue PLCB, push for change that would allow them to direct-ship to licensees

Big changes coming to Pennsylvania 2020-21 hunting season

Hold your horses: Shutdown puts strain on harness racing industry


Battleground power plays rage as everyday politics go quiet

EDITORIAL: Voters should take advantage of mail-in option for ballots

Virus outbreak has impact on congressional fundraising in Western Pa.


Tensions grow over when the Philadelphia region can safely reopen; health officials warn protesters they could become sick in crowds

Philly businesses shuttered by coronavirus say they can’t reopen until you feel safe leaving your house

Is going out without a mask an act of aggression? Some in Philly take it that way.

3 killed, 1 injured in Philadelphia shootings as city sees increase in violent crimes


6th Port Authority employee tests positive for covid-19; West Mifflin garage closed for ‘deep clean’

Allegheny County coronavirus cases top 1,000; county notes more test results

To roam or restrain? COVID-19 outbreak among veterans with dementia challenges VA Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh CLO will skip 2020 summer season; announces lineup for year No. 75

When will hyperloop be ready? Developers dispute study that says systems won’t launch until 2040


Working parents in Berks County often juggling responsibilities with schools closed

How good are we at social distancing in Lackawanna County? Not as good as you might think.

Municipalities striving to keep DPW workers healthy

Chester County meat production plant takes proactive steps to protect employees during pandemic

Coronavirus recovery stories: Lehigh Valley residents talk about COVID-19 experiences ranging from mild to unbearable

Non-resident wage tax still applies if working from home

‘Burnt out and stressed out’: COVID-19 fears stoking distrust at Bethlehem warehouse

Lehigh Valley towns duck staff cuts amid COVID-19, but that could change, survey shows

Schuylkill emergency services unable to train during COVID-19 pandemic

Officials taking closer look at Westmoreland inmates’ medical conditions for possible release


Record government and corporate debt risks ‘tipping point’ after pandemic passes

When to ease lockdowns? Nations offer wide mix of solutions

Pandemic provokes spike in demand for food pantries in US

Experts worry politics might guide voters’ virus precautions

10 years after BP spill: Oil drilled deeper; rules relaxed