Over half of all confirmed Pa. coronavirus patients are younger than 50, new data show

Pa. officials look for supplies and space amid coronavirus ‘war,’ New Jersey pronounced major disaster area

Gov. Wolf pledges $50M toward supplies for virus-battered Pa. hospitals

Pennsylvania now leaves it up to those with covid-19 to warn others about exposure

State Health Department reverses order shutting down dentists during covid-19 crisis

‘The perfect storm:’ How COVID-19 has multiplied the risk for children in abusive households

PA coronavirus cases surged 50% in last 24 hours

Allegheny County and statewide COVID-19 cases jump dramatically

Allegheny County adds 45 coronavirus cases, total tops 100

9 more COVID-19 cases reported in county

8 new coronavirus cases reported in Westmoreland County, bringing total to 24

Pennsylvania coronavirus cases explode by 560; Berks County nearly doubles to 36

Blair sees first COVID-19 case

Beaver County now at 13 cases; state total nears 1,700

Glen Mills Schools will be turned into a medical treatment site to ease the coronavirus crush

Scanlon secures FEMA action at Glen Mills

Army Corps looks at Western Pa. sites for possible overflow medical facilities

Governors frustrated with offer of coronavirus ‘backup’

U.S. leads world in confirmed coronavirus cases

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus


Schools may get relief from state requirements as online instruction continues

Towns rushing to keep up with open meeting laws

Wise to move election date; safeguard vote

Editorial: Rescheduling election a sensible move


Businesses tied to Gov. Tom Wolf, top Pa. senator close after questions about how they qualified as ‘life-sustaining’

Pa. new jobless claims jump to 649,000 since March 15

State relaxes rules for unemployment benefits amid coronavirus pandemic

Ford, FCA issue restart dates for some U.S. plants

The factory that makes the Phillies’ uniforms reopened to make free masks and gowns to fight coronavirus

‘We’re here. We want to help’: Manufacturers venturing into new world of health care to retool

Coronavirus layoffs in the Philly region are hitting hotel, restaurant, and nonprofit workers hard: ‘It’s total annihilation’

FedEx Ground closing Clinton facility, cutting 186 jobs

Lost promise: One Cranberry hotel struggles to survive amid COVID-19

News industry resorts to layoffs, cutbacks as ad revenues plunge during coronavirus pandemic

Need work? Here are companies that are hiring during coronavirus pandemic

Chewy donates pet food, health care supplies

Fate of new businesses uncertain in face of coronavirus pandemic

Here’s how small businesses in Dauphin, Cumberland and Perry counties can apply for loan assistance due to the coronavirus pandemic

Berks U-Haul and Penske rental trucks adapt, but keep rolling, during coronavirus

Sunoco gets OK to resume some pipeline construction


Woman charged in store coughing spree


Students experiencing homelessness could be disproportionately impacted by school closures

Pa. school districts face new pressure to start educating kids online

Teachers cram for their next big test — working with students online

Highlands student meals changing to weekly distribution

Lunch by bus: Schools should consider buses for meal deliveries

Western Pa. colleges donate protective gear for first responders, health care workers

Colleges stand to lose millions because of the coronavirus

Pa. state universities anticipate up to $100M loss from providing students refunds for room and board

Pandemic fallout: NCAA slashes distribution by $375 million

Education Dept. says Penn State needs Title IX overhaul after failure to report misconduct

After Sandusky scandal, Penn State violated law protecting students in sex-abuse complaints, U.S. says


With campaigns on hold and Trump at the forefront, how does Joe Biden stay relevant?

Health Care

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Local hospitals prepared for surge

Nurses union urges more efficient use of personnel during crisis

Local News

Lackawanna scores ‘A’ for reducing travel and mobility, according to data

NEPA leaders battle to fight online trolls during public virtual meetings

Dunmore councilman has presumed case of the coronavirus

‘I just want answers’: Berks County residents awaiting coronavirus results more than a week

Coronavirus shutdown puts brakes on Bucks tourism industry

Upper Burrell and Burrell School District reap more than $460,000 on Arconic deed transfer

Greensburg lender aids shutdown-battered borrowers; delays April payment

Greensburg to ratify coronavirus state of emergency

Pittston prohibits passenger drop-offs within city limits

Report: County gets average grade for reducing travel, mobility

Hazleton mayor predicts city will be hardest hit in Luzerne County

A message from the Luzerne County Funeral Directors Association

County COVID-19 emergency response fund created

‘We’re just trying to fill the void, ease the pain:’ Across Lancaster, Pa., volunteers come together amid COVID-19 shutdowns

Ambridge police officer diagnosed with COVID-19


Philly schools spending $11M on computers to be used during coronavirus closures; Comcast CEO, family donating $5M

Philly City Council adds $400,000 to spend as it chooses in $85 million coronavirus response measure

Food pantries close while need expands and donated supermarket food becomes scarce because of hoarding

After 94% ridership drop, SEPTA Regional Rail ‘essential service schedule’ starts Sunday

Philadelphia-based flight attendant dies, and colleagues are ‘very much on edge’

Wawa suspends made-to-order food service at all Philadelphia stores

Why Philly workers are fighting for a local coronavirus relief fund

Stuck home because of coronavirus? Spread the word about the census, Philly groups urge

COVID-19 in Philly: City ends Hahnemann negotiations, will look for other sites


485 Allegheny County jail inmates released over virus fears

Allegheny County Jail suspends in-person meetings between attorneys, clients

17 Pittsburgh first responders in quarantine or isolation; none have tested positive for covid-19

Pitt disease modeling platform predicts high COVID-19 hospitalizations

Port Authority bus operator tests positive for COVID-19

Port Authority bus driver tests positive for covid-19

Sanitation workers back to work, trash pick-up resumes

Airport $1.1 billion modernization hits turbulence — COVID-19

Pittsburgh diocese postpones April confirmations and first communions

Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank temporarily moves to drive-up distribution

City schools create survey to understand students’ technology needs

Allegheny County judge details how to pay child support, handle custody and district judge’s matters

Pittsburgh pushes back personal income tax deadline

Officials: Over 1,600 Allegheny County residents tested for coronavirus

State News

State AG’s office has received thousands of price gouging tips

Nursing homes fear accepting patients who may have coronavirus exposure in hospitals

An outpouring of wanna-be volunteers, as agencies try to help them do it safely

The new Real ID deadline is set for Oct. 1, 2021

Ed Rendell: Pennsylvania still needs justice for Marsy’s Law | Opinion


LCTA waives fares, other bus systems make changes amid crisis


Stimulus plan includes long-sought boons for special interests