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Pa. lawmakers plan to meet in the Capitol next week, despite coronavirus concerns

Can a closed Capitol be transparent? Yes, say experts

Mullery speaks on health — both physical and economic

State’s sick school funding

Keystone tax break program needs more attention — and a fix to make sure it’s working | Editorial


Pennsylvania’s health department is keeping coronavirus details from local officials

State lab could run out of COVID-19 tests soon if CDC does not provide more

Coronavirus testing in Pa.: Despite new CDC guidance, state lab is turning away some patients

Local health officials detail test kit shortage

Allegheny County officials disclose ‘bottleneck’ in coronavirus testing

CDC awards $17 million in COVID-19 funding to Pennsylvania

Wolf orders shutdown of schools, public spaces in Montgomery County as Pennsylvania enters two-week COVID response

Keep public informed: State withholding some coronavirus case details

Coronavirus concerns prompts Pa. Capitol to stop public tours, events

The anatomy of a virus test: How health workers, and the government, test for COVID-19

Berks County declares disaster emergency over coronavirus

What impact will coronavirus have on Pennsylvania’s 2020 primary election?

Gov. Wolf addresses the COVID-19 outbreak, outlines ‘essential’ services

Pennsylvania coronavirus update: Gov. Wolf orders closure of public venues in Montgomery County, ‘epicenter’ of outbreak in state

WellSpan Health to test for coronavirus in outdoor tents

Pa. suspends inmate visits at state prisons amid COVID-19 outbreak

Montgomery County schools shutdown brings relief, stress — and forces 63 Philly schools to close

County, health officials hoping to maintain calm amid COVID-19 crisis. ‘We can manage this.’

NEPA prepares for outbreak: Local leaders gather for coronavirus summit

NEPA virus developments and postponements

Coronavirus fears sink more local events, including Scranton Half

Amid coronavirus fears, Philadelphia City Council considers pressuring for an end to evictions, foreclosures, utility shutoffs

Philly closes 63 schools, bans events of more than 1,000 people; Montco schools close for 2 weeks

Philly schools bought hand sanitizer with no alcohol to fight coronavirus. Teachers are concerned.

A Philly teacher had known exposure to a coronavirus patient. The district isn’t notifying parents.

Philadelphia-area grocery stores limiting some purchases amid coronavirus panic buying

SEPTA, PATCO see slight drop in ridership amid the coronavirus

Port Authority to clean vehicles, stations more frequently due to COVID-19

Pittsburgh puts out guidelines for safe St. Patrick’s Day

Food banks continue distributions, prepare to reach vulnerable populations in light of coronavirus

‘My mom is a doctor. I really don’t want her to get it.’ Philly kids draw coronavirus fears | Opinion

Food events throughout the region impacted by COVID-19

What do coronavirus court closures mean for the right to a speedy trial?

Westmoreland County postpones jury trials, asks residents to conduct business online if possible

President judge: Courthouse to remain open, but precautions are being taken

Patrons keep gambling as casinos prepare for coronavirus pandemic

Senior-care facilities, Washington Health System respond to COVID-19

Bishops waive Mass requirement; takeout-only fish fries urged

Citing coronavirus, major Philadelphia arts groups make ‘heart-breaking’ decision to shut down

Colleges are going completely online amid coronavirus spread. How will that even work?

Move to online classes continues as colleges across the region shutter classrooms

Wilkinsburg closing 2 schools because of potential coronavirus exposure

Woodland Hills shuts down intermediate school to disinfect building after potential coronavirus contact

As Scranton Prep closes, other schools look at online lessons amid coronavirus threat

Schools around Lehigh Valley close as coronavirus fears continue to spread

6 Berks County schools temporarily shutting down in response to coronavirus spread

PIAA suspends winter sports championships

Westmoreland County schools planning for worst-case coronavirus scenario

Possible coronavirus exposure prompts school closures

Beaver County school districts united, planning in wake of coronavirus

Coronavirus fears spark panic-buying in Western Pa.

‘The vibe is very apocalyptic’: As Lehigh Valley reports first case of coronavirus in Northampton County, residents come to grips with a new reality

Working in central Pa. as state announces new coronavirus cases – it’s ‘business as usual’ with extra precautions

PennLive readers still grappling with some unanswered questions about the coronavirus

Masks, liquid soap, rubbing alcohol seeing inflated prices due to coronavirus: Attorney General

West York shutters gov’t office, York City declares emergency over coronavirus

Delco government remains open – for now—for-now/article_0066723a-64b5-11ea-8950-8f98cdfabd13.html

4 West Goshen police officers, 2 sheriff’s deputies ordered quarantined for possible coronavirus exposure

Democratic debate moved over COVID-19 concerns

Maryland schools closing as state reports first COVID-19 case unrelated to travel

Ohio to close K-12 schools, ban mass gatherings as 5th coronavirus case confirmed in state

Trump said ‘anybody that wants a test’ for coronavirus can get one. He’s wrong.

Little League recommends that leagues worldwide suspend activities due to coronavirus concerns


Group will stress the economic benefits of industry in Western Pennsylvania


Homeless man charged with homicide in connection with dead woman found in Homewood

24-year-old man shot at Plum apartment complex


Belle Vernon Area teachers, district reach a tentative agreement, avert strike


Pennsylvania counties where Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton in 2016 are full of warning signs for him now

Biden names Clinton-Obama veteran as new campaign manager

Local News

Meeting on Wilkes-Barre sewer system postponed

National News

U.S. Soccer president quits after gender discrimination suit


Ghost guns proliferate as Philadelphia grapples with gun violence

Philadelphia councilmember introduces bill to ban discrimination based on natural hairstyles

Bill to ban hairstyle discrimination proposed in City Council

Former Inquirer columnist Stu Bykofsky sues newspaper over retirement send-off that went awry

An “activist educator” is leaving the Philly school board

A simple intervention after arrest cut recidivism and racial disparities Philadelphia. Then it ended.

Mayor Kenney’s legacy could be a flood of debt | Opinion


City officer, who was off duty at the time, pleads no contest to hit and run

State News

Pennsylvania Farm Bureau kicks of ‘Ag Literacy Week’

Berks County entities benefit from Labor & Industry grants

Auditor general to review funding for volunteer fire relief associations