50 new coronavirus cases in Berks County as southeast Pa. continues elevated levels

Pennsylvania coronavirus update: deaths top 4,400 with the case count nearing 62,000

‘COVID toes,’ other skin rashes are the latest possible rare coronavirus signs

Allegheny Township personal care home hit with unknown number of covid-19 cases

Pennsylvania reports 61 more covid-19 deaths; 69% of deaths linked to nursing homes

County adds 22 new virus cases

Post Offices, Beloved Community Hubs, Fight Virus-Era Threat


Whitehall tattoo parlor defies state order and opens, hoping other small businesses follow suit

Monroe County anticipates turn to yellow, asks Wolf to move more quickly

Officials ‘disappointed’ Schuylkill Co. not moved into yellow phase

Daunting outlook for 18 Pennsylvania counties that will remain under coronavirus lockdown

Would-be travelers expected to stay home this Memorial Day weekend

Festivals, concerts and other summertime gatherings in flux as a result of COVID-19

Unity rally participants want fewer covid-19 restrictions, more open businesses

As businesses start to open, workers weigh health risk versus paycheck — and potential loss of unemployment benefits


5 actions Pa. lawmakers took last week on coronavirus crisis: Nursing home testing, assistance for utility bills


Nursing home staffing and oversight problems existed long before coronavirus | Editorial

Editorial: Accounting for the way Wolf’s waivers went

Called back to work? Here’s what to expect from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry

Rough terrain: Regional transportation plan includes less money for local roads next four years


Pet groomers see their industry as essential, so why are they closed in the red phase of Pa.’s reopening plan?

Pa. hospitals say coronavirus killing them, state must become better ‘partner’

Coronavirus grocery spending: Here’s how much more we’re spending during each shopping trip amid pandemic

As construction resumes, some workers are finding a shortage of recommended N95 masks

Should insurance companies pay for coronavirus shutdown losses? Philly businesses are taking them to court.

Malls look toward rocky future following pandemic

Reopening the economy doesn’t necessarily mean people are opening wallets

With barrels of cash, Pittsburgh-based PNC Bank controls its own destiny


Berks County GOP stands behind Facebook posts some criticized as anti-Semitic; governor target of one

Pandemic throws campaign challenges in way of candidates looking to win June 2 primaries

Allegheny County announces consolidated polling places for June 2 primary election

Virus forces changes to primary election

Deadline to register to vote in June 2 primary is imminent


Hazleton awaits $3M to complete paving project

Long-awaited federal approval granted for Alcosan wet weather plan

MCCC Foundation’s micro-campaign raises more than $61K for student emergency fund

Scranton says sick time requests have not increased in police, fire departments

Scranton residents sue city over stormwater issue