Coronavirus – COVID-19

Some Pa. counties push to exclude nursing home cases from reopening formula, but experts caution against it

Pa. counties tell governor they are going rogue, easing coronavirus restrictions without permission

Growing number of counties test Gov. Wolf’s emergency powers, saying they’ll decide if it’s time to reopen

Your daily coronavirus update: Pennsylvania now reporting 3,688 coronavirus-related deaths

Pennsylvania reports 72 new covid-19 deaths; total coronavirus cases now top 55K

State’s COVID-19 death toll rises by 72; Allegheny County reports only new death in Western Pa.

Allegheny County reports 1 covid-19 death, 31 new cases

Westmoreland County adds 2 new covid-19 cases, deaths remain at 32

County adds nine new coronavirus cases; deaths revised lower

Lackawanna County deaths among new fatalities from COVID-19 reported by state

Coronavirus spread slowly in many Bucks County ZIP codes

‘It’s heartbreaking:’ W-B General nurse describes work with COVID-19 patients

New coronavirus positives count for Berks County is 67; 8 deaths added

Chester County coronavirus testing site open, running

More of everything: frustration, protests and hope as pandemic continues to sicken and kill

Officials: National Guard in place at Brighton Rehab

HHS awards $16.8M to expand COVID-19 testing in Pennsylvania

Feds plan to name nursing homes with COVID-19 cases by end of May

U.S. approves new coronavirus antigen test with fast results

Contact tracing by app: life-saving or invasion of privacy?

Fauci, 2 other members of coronavirus task force in quarantine

FDA head in self-quarantine, has tested negative for virus

Obama calls Trump’s handling of coronavirus an ‘absolute chaotic disaster’

How a Morgantown nursing home avoided disaster

3 children in NY have died from mysterious coronavirus complication: Gov. Cuomo

Reopenings bring new cases in S. Korea, virus fears in Italy


Nursing homes at epicenter of crisis; bills call for safety protocols as deaths mount

Bernstine unveils bill expanding nursing education programs

PLCB weakens its own case


Lack of transparency: Public records requests ignored by the state


Opening amid COVID-19 pandemic: Businesses want legal shield, workers want accountability.

Pennsylvania is ‘getting money out the door’ to fill unemployment claims, but thousands still struggle with the system

If you’re confused about the system, you’re not alone. Here are some tips to help you through it.

A Delco barber dead set on reopening her shop changed her mind. Instead, she held a rally.

‘Open up’ protest staged outside Media barber shop

With masks, social distancing and new rules, the Bloomfield Saturday Market springs to life

Berks County commissioners to develop ‘safe and responsible plan’ to reopen businesses; no mention of Gov. Wolf

York County DA won’t prosecute nonessential businesses for violating shutdown order, tells police not to cite them

Addicted and furloughed, those in recovery need help covering treatment costs


Clergy confidentiality at issue in Amish bishop’s case


Wages become a focus as Erie schools cope with crisis

Student loan help: Relief should come at last

Health Care

Bringing telehealth to the people by giving them a hand – and a tablet

Local News

Lackawanna County director of buildings and grounds dies

Mother’s Day: Registered nurse a lifeline for young daughter battling cancer

Courts are using technology to keep wheels of justice moving in the Lehigh Valley, but ‘horrible backlog’ looms

Bucks commissioners to hold virtual town hall for students Monday

National News

Mother’s Day should be a reminder of women’s strength — and the inequality that still exists | Opinion

Little Richard, flamboyant rock ‘n’ roll pioneer, dead at 87


Philly’s essential workers are risking their lives for low pay: ‘I can’t not go to work’

Off-duty Philadelphia cop shot a man in South Philly after he charged with scissors, police say


Students sue Pitt for refunds over ‘sub-par’ online instruction due to COVID-19

State News

Unexpected delay: Ohiopyle State Park will open while some construction continues

New book: ‘Mister Rogers’ actor stayed in closet to remain on show


Cranberry starts last step in 25-year traffic management program