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Coronavirus – COVID-19

What could be driving the recent coronavirus case uptick in Pa.? Gov. Wolf weighs in

Pa. has highest number of COVID-19 cases since April 29

Thursday’s new COVID-19 case numbers rise even higher, prompting warnings from Pa. and N.J. officials

Allegheny County posts 127 coronavirus cases, no deaths

Another spike in COVID-19 cases for state, region

Five Luzerne County Correctional Facility workers test positive for coronavirus

Five corrections officers at county jail test positive for COVID-19

Wilkes-Barre police officer tests positive for COVID-19; eight in quarantine

WBACTC principal and PIAA District 2 chairman tests positive for COVID-19

2 COVID cases cause temporary shutdown of Hanover Area athletics

Penn-Trafford coronavirus outbreak continues

About 100 Lackawanna Trail students, staff quarantined after third positive COVID-19 test this week

Lehigh University extends closures, tells students to stay put after COVID cases spike

New COVID-19 cases close Camp Hill school; students move to remote learning

Operation shutdown: How high school teams deal with COVID-19 stoppages

Montgomery County official touts COVID Alert PA app to fight spread of coronavirus

China joins COVAX coronavirus vaccine alliance


General Electric shuttering research center in Findlay

Cascades Tissue Group announces plants in Ransom Twp., Pittston Twp. to close; 229 workers to be displaced

Business leaders say auditor general’s review of Pennsylvania coronavirus shutdown waivers appreciated but it falls short

Chester County launches campaign to help small businesses, restaurants

Giant Company creates grant program for childcare centers impacted by coronavirus


No room in hockey’ for assault on referee in New Kensington, players say


Scranton School Board again votes to furlough 218 employees

North Pocono School District overtaxed some residents by as much as $2 million, will offer refunds

Reading High moving forward with plans to play fall sports in spring

State-owned universities could see 350 faculty cuts, most in Western Pa.

Kutztown University’s president is the focus of a virtual public meeting that he did not attend


In the race for Pa. 31st Senate District, Mike Regan and Shanna Danielson face PennLive Editorial Board

Why I will be voting for George Scott | PennLive Letters

Shapiro: Office ‘will be ready’ for legal battle on Election Day

Shapiro preparing for additional court battles as election nears

Don’t believe election misinformation about ‘shredded’ Pennsylvania ballot applications for Trump

Jill Biden says women in the Philly suburbs where she grew up ‘may determine the entire election’

Officials: Trump planning trip to Pittsburgh region on Monday

Trump coming to Pittsburgh? National reporters say it’s in the works

Lara Trump in North Hills: President Trump ‘wants to get back out’ on campaign trail ASAP

Cartwright defends plane, summer home ownership

Debate season opens in Pa.’s 10th Congressional race; Scott Perry, Eugene DePasquale spar on issues, representation of district

Perry, DePasquale engage in brisk debate on pandemic, policing

Westmoreland County confirms that mail-in ballots were not sent out as planned

100,000 ballots are in the mail in Delco

Can I deliver a ballot on behalf of someone with disabilities? Does my voter registration limit my choices? | Election Mailbag

Local News

Work moving forward at future veterans monument park in Archbald

Schuylkill River water quality project seeks volunteers in Berks County

Trump claims credit for food; letters land in trash

Wilkes-Barre mayor introduces Police Advisory Committee

National News

13 charged in plots against Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, police

Michigan governor knew of kidnapping plot for weeks, she tells CNN

West Virginia wins $500 million hyperloop certification facility


Most major cities haven’t banned tear gas during protests. Will Philly be different?

District attorney: Election equipment theft appears to be random crime, unrelated to campaign

Undocumented immigrants and churches that give them sanctuary face breaking points

Just like COVID-19, gun violence in Philly is preventable | Editorial

Philly firefighters are getting a do-over for a controversial Trump endorsement

‘We stand very strong’: Community sharing helps African businesses in Philly stay afloat during COVID-19

In hiring Doc Rivers, Elton Brand the Sixers front office are betting on themselves | David Murphy

Queer activist Gloria Casarez’s mural in Philly’s Gayborhood will be torn down soon. There’s no date for a replacement.

One dead, six injured in mass shooting on Frankford Ave.

Tribute wall honoring SEPTA frontline workers on display at Suburban Station


Penguins, partners secure last financing needed for FNB tower at former Civic Arena site

Nearly a year after it swallowed a bus, Pittsburgh’s 10th Street is open

$2 million election grant causes online tiff in Allegheny County

State News

Utilities can resume shutting off non-paying customers next month, regulators decide

Pennsylvania’s gun background check system sets record

Allegheny, Westmoreland surpass 2010 census response rates