Gov. Tom Wolf amends shutdown order, delays enforcement until Monday

Wolf retrenches sweeping order, amid complaints, lawsuits

Pa. politicians react to business shutdown

Berks DA John Adams says enforcement of Gov. Wolf’s business shutdown not feasible

Allentown food service employee at senior facility tests positive for coronavirus

During coronavirus outbreak, Lehigh Valley acts of kindness: Shopping for seniors, swapping books for food

Medical marijuana being made more accessible during coronavirus crisis

LVHN recycling surgical wrap for N-95 masks during coronavirus pandemic

Easton and Whitehall mayors the latest to declare emergencies during coronavirus outbreak

Mayor tries to stem panic in Bath over Pennsylvania’s first coronavirus death: ‘People are reeling over this’

The Pa. lottery will continue to operate almost as normal amid coronavirus pandemic; online play available

Working through it: What’s it like on the front lines of the workforce during the coronavirus pandemic

PennLive answers questions about state government workers and the coronavirus

Managing the coronavirus crisis: Former Pa. governors share thoughts, advice and reassurance

PA National Guard to support COVID-19 testing site in Montgomery County

Talk of Lewisburg penitentiary getting inmates from New York City worries officials about coronavirus spread

Think coronavirus is just like the flu? You’re wrong and here’s why

Pa. Game Commission closes 30 shooting ranges in response to coronavirus

Coronavirus impact: Lewisburg area hospital temporarily furloughs 400 of its 1,900 employees

Delco businesses confront Wolf’s coronavirus shutdown edict

County sets up coronavirus command center at the Glen Mills School

Hospitals brace for worst-case scenario

P&G’s largest U.S. factory making Charmin toilet paper, in Pa., cleared to stay open

Coronavirus in Pa.: Hospitals planning for surge during supply shortage with grit and hope

American Red Cross says concerns over COVID-19 lead to shortage in blood–lead-to/article_70bf1194-6af6-11ea-b331-cb4ab488b10b.html

Banks largely relying on drive-thru, appointments during coronavirus

Jails releasing inmates charged with non-violent crimes

‘It’s going to hurt’: Struggling Pa. towns brace for financial gut punch from the coronavirus

Health-care workers treating coronavirus need protective gear. In Pa. and N.J. they don’t have enough.

Small businesses scramble to survive amid Pa.’s partial shutdown over coronavirus pandemic

UPMC stands ground, will continue elective surgeries despite Wolf’s order

From 10-person teams to 150, many businesses aren’t sure if they can legally keep operating

As businesses temporarily close, some places still need workers — like grocery stores

Two dozen COVID-19 patients would wipe out supplies in a week at Northampton County-run nursing home


Gun check system sees usage increase

Pennsylvania deer harvest best in 15 years, Game Commission says

PennDOT, PA Turnpike reopens some facilities for trruckers


Restarting kids’ education won’t be easy: ‘It’s putting superintendents in a tremendous bind’


Dauphin County residents encouraged to vote in Pa. primary by mail

Bloomberg to give $18M to DNC; Pa. and other state parties to get offices


Philly’s new normal? From the airport to the Acme, foot traffic shows a changed city.

Police in Philly and other Pa. counties stop issuing license-to-carry permits to gun owners amid coronavirus outbreak

At coronavirus test site outside Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphians seek reassurance

‘Mounting’ losses prompt SEPTA to cut exec pay, eliminate overtime, consider further service reductions

Coronavirus, city shutdown not slowing violent crime in Philadelphia


Drive-thru covid-19 testing to begin Monday at the Pittsburgh Zoo

Allegheny County sheriff’s deputy tests negative for covid-19; quarantined deputies to return to work

Emergency medical providers fear information gap in local cases of coronavirus


Reading Mayor Eddie Moran calls on the community to remain calm and stay safe

Price drops temper Lancaster County’s hemp enthusiasm

Municipal offices alter operations due to coronavirus

Clarks Summit man diagnosed with coronavirus, cautions others

Scranton may stay in financial recovery because of coronavirus impact

Lackawanna County closing government center to the public starting Monday

Scranton City Council urges mayor to reconsider employee furloughs

Nurses union: W-B General ignoring their concerns

Easton projects losing $1M or more every 4 weeks as long as pandemic continues

Local police: Limited for any shutdown enforcement

Shenandoah municipal authority board retains legal firm to research sale


Coronavirus pandemic pushes back Census Bureau’s deadline for collecting 2020 responses

Congress toils on $1 trillion rescue, Trump unleashes fury

Why is America lacking enough medical supplies to fight coronavirus? China stopped shipping them weeks ago

U.S. borders with Mexico, Canada to close this weekend