Wolf urges nonessential businesses to close in some counties

Coronavirus and closing businesses: Gov. Tom Wolf is urging but not forcing it

Wolf: Bucks, Chester counties under new coronavirus restrictions; state liquor stores to close in four counties

Wolf urges shutdown as Chesco records 2nd coronavirus case

Three Pa. special elections will go on as planned Tuesday despite the coronavirus

Coronavirus in Pennsylvania: Wolf extends shutdown orders to Bucks and Chester counties

Allegheny County announces two COVID-19 cases, but won’t predict community spread

Officials: 2 coronavirus cases reported in Pittsburgh

Montco coronavirus cases increase as outbreak enters second week

St. Christopher’s Children’s Hospital stops taking new ICU patients after doctor tests positive; Parx Casino closes; and more latest developments on the coronavirus

UPMC develops coronavirus test, will begin screenings next week

Feds delayed UPMC ‘s creation of its own COVID-19 test

Pa. up to 47 COVID-19 cases, officials say, announcing two new cases in Allegheny County

Springfield Mall closes; liquor stores to close Tuesday; no new cases of Coronavirus in Delco

Round-up of latest coronavirus news in Pa.: 6 new presumptive positive cases

Days after playing Sixers in Philly, Detroit Pistons’ Christian Wood reportedly tests positive for coronavirus


Pa. senator introduces bills to waive this year’s PSSA, Keystone, and streamline online learning over COVID-19

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Restaurateurs stunned by state’s request to close; medical marijuana dispensaries to remain open

Pennsylvania closing some Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores

Virus-related shutdowns bringing U.S. economy to grinding halt

With coronavirus closing schools, a Bucks County health club owner planned to open a day camp for kids. That’s scrapped and he’s closing his gym.

‘Ridiculous’ run on supermarkets leaves workers, shoppers shaking their heads

Spas and salons step up cleaning amid coronavirus stress

Pa. attorney general reports hundreds of price-gouging complaints as coronavirus spreads

Coronavirus and price gouging: Pa. attorney general says reports reach hundreds

Postponed St. Patrick’s Parade slows down business in Scranton bars

King of Prussia Mall closes doors amid coronavirus concerns

Wegmans, Giant, Redner’s to close 24-hour stores overnight to allow for restocking

Businesses brace as customers hoard supplies, avoid public


Some Berks County police departments won’t respond in person to nonemergency calls

Duryea police limits contact with public


Schools offering free lunches through closure

Pizza shops join school districts to keep kids fed during Pennsylvania school shutdown

Coronavirus closes schools in Pa., but local districts will decide which staff must show up

Coronavirus school closures raise many questions such as what happens with the PSSAs

Doubts raised about school active-shooter drills

For college seniors, coronavirus signals premature end of an era

Trump suspends interest on all federal student loans to ease financial impact of coronavirus


Pa. officials urging voters to apply for mail-in ballots ahead of April primary

Consider mail-in voting due to coronavirus, Luzerne County officials say

Scranton wants campaigns to reimburse city for hosting future rallies

Biden wins the endorsement of the National Education Association

Democratic debate: Start time, how to watch and stream on CNN and Univision


Wind Creek Bethlehem casino closing for two weeks amid coronavirus crisis

Health Care

Reading Hospital, other Tower facilities limit visitors due to coronavirus

Doctors: Be concerned, don’t panic

Local News

Anxiety evident as Northeast PA braces for coronavirus spread

Carbondale celebrates its historic City Hall

In a world beset by coronavirus, Berks County residents head outdoors

Westmoreland County issues COVID-19 disaster proclamation

Westmoreland County declares state of emergency to prepare for coronavirus

Commissioner: No state of emergency in Washington County

Friendly Daughters welcomes all at annual dinner

Help for vulnerable seniors in securing food

Steps being taken to help protect homeless during pandemic

Coronavirus: Cancellations & postponements 3/15/20

Aliquippa Water Authority to waive shut-offs, late fees

National News

In church abuse crisis, some call for ‘restorative justice’


COVID-19 in Philadelphia: How many people are sick, what officials are doing

These Philly workers are effectively jobless as the coronavirus shuts down their industries

Philadelphia public schools’ breakfast, lunch pickup locations during coronavirus closure announced

Pet-food delivery is a lifeline for homebound seniors and their animal companions

Murder charges filed in fatal shooting of Philly SWAT officer — but not in that killing


Giant Eagle cuts hours; Heinz History Center, Fort Pitt Museum close due to COVID-19 concerns

Pittsburgh sports fans, bars already feeling fallout of COVID-19 outbreak

Port Authority to disinfect vehicles every 24 hours

Port Authority to disinfect vehicles every 24 hours

Transparent justice: Release the names of jurors

Coronavirus didn’t stop St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in Pittsburgh

A message to Trib readers from the CEO: We are prepared to serve you

A comprehensive list of Pittsburgh events canceled due to response to coronavirus

State News

Libraries another casualty of coronavirus closures

Allegheny, Westmoreland libraries closed amid coronavirus fears

Philly Fed report exposes digital divide for minority, poor and rural communities

Sunshine Week partly cloudy

Coronavirus concern leads Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful to suspend annual statewide litter cleanup

Methane reduction rules make environmental, economic sense. This is why | Opinion

PUC orders halt to utility shutoffs over coronavirus emergency


ACA uncertainty: Congress must act to protect American people

Trump tests negative for coronavirus