Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus is continuing to serve its students through a food pantry at the school.
The State Theatre Center for the Arts was renovated while its doors were shut for the coronavirus pandemic, and they are looking forward to welcoming performers back to the stage and audience members back to their seats.
Facilities are now open for driver's licensing exams in counties in the yellow and green phases, while exams will be conducted with social distancing measures in place.
The large protests in Pennsylvania calling for justice in the death of a Minneapolis man will not change the state's plans to reopen counties during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pennsylvania is prepared for an unprecedented primary election today that will move forward amidst a global pandemic and protests across the country.
Vanessa Smiley of Vanessa's Hair Studio received 22 text messages in less than two hours after Gov. Tom Wolf announced the region would move to the green phase Friday.
Daneen Troup decided to close her Charleroi boutique on select days after she was given the green light by the state to reopen as a nonessential business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Editor’s note: Much of the nation has been shut down over the past two months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But now the economy is reopening, and businesses are ramping up for what they hope will be a busy summer that will return them to some sense of normalcy. To help mark the reopening and tell the positive, meaningful stories of how we’re rebuilding, we’re launching the first of a weekly series titled, “Reopening.” Each week we’ll delve into a different aspect of the reopening, how local businesses are dealing with it and the positive impact it’s having on our communities. The first installment takes a look at Pennsylvania and several other states and where they stand in the reopening.
Graduating seniors at Geibel Catholic Junior-Senior High School were treated to a drive-thru parade on the day they were supposed to have their traditional graduation ceremony.
Runners hoping for a reprise of the annual Great Allegheny Passage Relay have to readjust their method of execution. Thanks to the current COVID-19 epidemic, the race, scheduled for June 19, is going virtual.
Fayette County will be among 16 counties to move into the green phase of reopening on June 5, Gov. Tom Wolf said Friday.
State Rep. Ryan Warner, R-Perryopolis, applauded passage of legislation authorizing $50 million in grants to help the state’s fire and emergency services companies in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Even though libraries across the state remain closed, those who work at the Brownsville Free Public Library want to keep readers engaged.
Pennsylvania's governor and the department of health secretary reported that new positive COVID-19 cases are starting to decline, but added that residents need to continue diligence even in the green phase.
The Brownsville Area High School class of 2020 expected they would walk across the stage in their caps and gowns in front of a cheering audience filled with friends, family and classmates.
On Tuesday, the head of Pennsylvania's department of labor and industry warned about scams related to unemployment claims amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The state’s top health official said Tuesday she was “concerned” about anyone who took part in a large Memorial Day gathering without socially distancing or wearing a mask, but said she feels those who abandoned precautions are in the minority.
The Connellsville Area School District will have some changes for the class of 2020 when graduation takes place.
Every morning for the past week, Albert Gallatin Area High School Principal Jason Hutchinson boarded a school bus with a troop of teachers and a pile of signs to visit each of the 251 graduating seniors in his 144-square-mile district.
With summer-like temperatures headed our way, the reopening of additional amenities at state parks couldn’t come sooner for those looking to enjoy some socially-distanced time out of the house.
When state Gov. Tom Wolf officially moved Fayette County to “Yellow” designation on May 15, it meant that businesses offering outdoors adventures to the public could cautiously celebrate.
People may not have been able to walk into Pennsylvania casinos during April due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, but it doesn’t mean they’ve given up legal gambling.
Dr. Laura Jacob was chosen as the new leader of the California Area School District, which also decided to forgo a referendum question on a tax increase.
Fayette County will not be among the first counties to fully reopen. Neither will Greene, Washington or Westmoreland counties.
The State Correctional Institutions in Greene and Fayette counties are two of 25 prisons across the state to begin a reopening process next week, state Department of Corrections Secretary John Wetzel said Friday.