12 more Pa. counties will be allowed to move to ‘green’ reopening phase

More counties moving to green phase, including Wayne and Wyoming

Cumberland, York, among 12 new Pa. counties that will move to green phase of Wolf’s reopening plan June 12

Wolf: Beaver County moves to green on June 12

Pennsylvania coronavirus reopening: Gov. Wolf says 12 more counties, including Carbon, will move into the green phase on June 12

Carbon County to move to green phase on June 12

Philly region’s first day in yellow: Slow start for retail, but archdiocese promises in-person Masses Sunday

Lackawanna County enters yellow phase of reopening

As Berks moves to yellow, customers cautiously return to stores and restaurants

Berks County Courts preparing for first jury trials since coronavirus outbreak

‘I feel like I was just let out of prison’: After months of lockdown, the Lehigh Valley finally sheds some coronavirus pandemic restrictions

Official: Montgomery County is prepared to move to yellow phase

Nursing homes to remain closed in green while families and residents grow anxious

Restaurants reopen for indoor eating, drinking at a social distance

Indoor malls begin to welcome back shoppers as region enters green phase of pandemic reopening plan

Pa. youth sports are starting, but high schools are still on hold

Several malls, like Pittsburgh Mills, open Friday, but Westmoreland, Monroeville waiting until Tuesday

Downtown business group discusses ways to come back after pandemic

Grocers expect more customers in yellow phase

Coronavirus – COVID-19

Pitt expert, others warn coronavirus remains lethal despite falling numbers

4 new COVID-19 deaths reported in Western Pennsylvania

Allegheny County reports 8 new coronavirus cases, 3 more deaths

1 coronavirus case added, no new Westmoreland deaths

County adds 9 cases, 1 new death

Coronavirus-linked illness turning up in children

George Floyd Protests

Thousands of medical workers turn out to remember George Floyd and work for health equity

Peaceful protestors gather at Lackawanna County Courthouse Square

About 300 people mourn the death of George Floyd in Reading’s City Park

Barr says he didn’t give tactical order to clear protesters


Stimulus grant adds $30 million to Pennsylvania college aid program

The late Sen. Hal Mowery finally gets a bridge – and it’s on the West Shore


Do the state police, corrections officers support Gov. Wolf’s law enforcement reforms? They say they had no input in them

Why did Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf join a protest with hundreds of people, breaking the rules in a yellow-phase county?


Pennsylvania AG: residents filed over 5,000 price gouging complaints during pandemic

Nanticoke barber defies Wolf’s order


The Pa. primary wasn’t a disaster. But it showed there’s work to do before November

Luzerne County primary election tally won’t be completed until next week

George Scott claims victory in Democratic primary for Pa. Senate in the 15th District

22nd District update: Schweyer declares victory; Santiago alleges voter suppression, intimidation–20200605-twzpm5afbjh4xlwlirsafvspgq-story.html

Biden formally clinches Democratic presidential nomination

Eugene DePasquale looks to battle Rep. Scott Perry in 10th Congressional race in Pa.; primary foe Tom Brier won’t concede yet


How Pennsylvania casinos will reopen

Local News

Berks fire and EMS units awarded grants

Carlisle Borough experiments with peeling back its open container ordinance

National News

Goodell says NFL was wrong for not listening to players


In spite of rain, protesters gather for George Floyd; massive Philadelphia march planned for Saturday

Philadelphia City Council pitches $25M plan to address racial disparities

Notorious Philly cop, charged with beating Temple student, has a checkered and charmed past

Election results in Philly are going to take even longer than expected: Half the votes still haven’t been counted

Community leaders, activists, law enforcement, and others offer 14 ways to confront racist policing.

When police kill black people, the whole community suffers. Experts offer coping strategies.

Inquirer staffers who called out ‘sick and tired’ voiced what a lot of us have been thinking | Jenice Armstrong

ShopRite returns after the looting, but this is not enough. Jeff Brown is not enough. | Maria Panaritis

Six percent of asymptomatic Philly inmates tested positive for COVID-19 as jails move to the ‘yellow’ phase

10,000 SEPTA Key cards soon expire. Despite coronavirus, you’ll still have to get a new one in person.

He spent 23 years on death row for a Philly murder he said he didn’t commit. On Friday, a judge overturned his conviction.

Arrested at a Philly protest? Know your rights.


Federal charges filed against suspect in Downtown riot

Masses canceled at Shrines parish grouping after possible COVID-19 exposure

Post-Gazette reporters denounce black colleague’s removal from protest coverage

Milling and paving on Pittsburgh streets resumes Monday

State News

NEPA Pridefest will go virtual this year