Coronavirus – COVID-19

Pa. sold nursing home testing plan as ‘universal’ and ‘radical’ but advocates say it’s optional and insufficient

Pennsylvania reports 28 more coronavirus deaths, 730 additional cases

State says one new death in Western Pa. — in Allegheny County

Allegheny coronavirus death toll holds steady while case count increases

3 more covid-19 cases reported in Westmoreland County; no new death

14 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Luzerne County; 0 new deaths

33 new COVID-19 cases, one death reported for NEPA

Coronavirus positives rise by 40 in Berks

In Chester County, Newlin Township has no coronavirus cases

White House goal on testing nursing homes unmet

White House imposes coronavirus travel ban on Brazil


Pa. education groups form task force to explore reopening schools

State officials: Stay vigilant against virus

On opposite sides of Lehigh River, one town is ‘red,’ the other ‘yellow’


‘You might not care, but I do’: Philly Rep. Kenyatta’s defense of low-wage workers goes viral

Memorial Day

At National Cemetery of the Alleghenies, an even more somber salute to U.S. heroes

Death on the high seas: Two Western Pa. soldiers remembered in 1943 troopship disaster

Warden: Inmate dies at Allegheny County Jail

Memorial Day 2020: Pausing to remember America’s fallen heroes

Memorial Day crucial to recall fallen

Editorial: Honoring the fallen in our time of crisis

‘A huge hole’: With Memorial Day festivities canceled, veterans’ groups try to uphold traditions

In Montgomery County a Memorial Day coronavirus controversy over American flags


On the front lines of the pandemic, grocery workers are in the dark about virus risks

Spokesman: Employee at Parkway Center Giant Eagle diagnosed with covid-19

Vendors, shoppers defy shelter-in-place order and flock to flea market

Worker at Berks Wawa tests positive for coronavirus, store closed

Becky’s Drive-In and SuperSets gym both reopened early. Both heard from police. But just one decided to close


Police in Pa. assist in manhunt for college student in 2 Connecticut slayings

Pa. state prisons will gradually reopen, with COVID-19 testing for transfers and releases


Schools are pillars of our community. When classes resume, we need to treat them that way | Opinion

Colleges had to adapt to virtual final exams. What they learned could shape the future on campuses.


Michael Lamb faces five challengers in Democratic primary for auditor general

Cal U student sues school for refund over campus shutdown

8th District candidates: Bognet critical of state’s virus response

8th District candidates: Cammisa hopes to help next generation

Vote for Christina Hartman for auditor general | PennLive letters

Local News

Former Scranton resident may take another step toward sainthood

Friends, colleagues mourn Delmont fire Chief Rich Balik

Luzerne County government was battling a different virus Memorial Day weekend last year

Outlook for public pools is stuck in neutral

County’s DELCORA moves raise questions

National News

Republicans sue Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom over vote-by-mail order for November election


‘A recipe for burnout.’ Philly workers on the ups and downs of working from home

Mayor Kenney has squandered Philadelphia’s fiscal boom years | Opinion

Woman pulled from Mercedes and shot twice, Philly police say


Inmate dies at Allegheny County Jail

Pittsburgh mosque holds drive-thru event to celebrate end of Ramadan

State News

3 Western Pa. nursing care facilities fined by state


Toll road association: Federal money now will help it become part of recovery effort tomorrow

Many municipalities finally get to roadwork after pandemic-related construction pause ends

Fatal crashes decrease to all-time low in 2019: PennDOT