Two area universities have switched to “Homecoming@Home” celebrations this year.
Pennsylvania's secretary of heath is reassuring citizens in the commonwealth that they can be covered when it comes to COVID-19 testing.
An app to notify users of exposure to COVID-19 anonymously through Bluetooth was launched Tuesday, lauded as a supplement to contact tracing efforts.
A federal judge found there was no reason to stay his ruling that gathering limits in Pennsylvania are unconstitutional.
The state Department of Education (PDE) issued new guidance that recommends school districts follow current limits on attendance at school sporting events, at a time when parents and fans believed they had been given clearance that allowed anybody who wanted to attend a game to go.
Attorneys for local individuals and businesses who sued state officials over gathering limitations and other COVID-19 restricts argued against staying the order of a judge who deemed the restrictions unconstitutional.
The state Department of Human Services (DHS) has issued a warning about a potential text messaging scam telling people they are selected to receive assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps.
Should there be a resurgence of COVID-19 in the fall, Gov. Tom Wolf said the state has a plentiful supple of personal protective equipment (PPE).
A local state senator wants to distribute up to $500 million in CARES Act funding to struggling businesses in the tourism and hospitality industries.
As restaurants prepare to open at 50% capacity Monday, the president of the Pennsylvania Restaurant and Lodging Association said the increase is not enough to keep the struggling industry afloat.
For the second time this month, Gov. Tom Wolf and Lt. Gov. John Fetterman called for the legalization of recreational marijuana.
Gov. Tom Wolf called on lawmakers to provide additional funding for the COVID-19 Hazard Pay Program to support front-line workers in life-sustaining industries.
Officials in West Greene School District reported two confirmed positive COVID-19 cases in students on Wednesday, and moved students to fully remote learning starting today.
Two Fayette County venues were among dozens of cultural organizations and museums across the state receiving funding to help offset COVID-19 revenue losses.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is again issuing REAL ID cards, a federally acceptable form of identification, after a pause due to the coronavirus.
The federal ruling that found gathering limits, business closures and stay-at-home orders unconstitutional does not impact other mitigation efforts in place, the state secretary of health said.
The Uniontown Area School District has qualified for students to receive free breakfast and lunch during the 2020-21 school year.
Gov. Tom Wolf vowed to appeal a court ruling deeming gathering limits, closures and stay-at-home orders unconstitutional “as far as necessary … to make sure Pennsylvanians stay safe.”
Pennsylvania’s top health official said Monday there has been a significant increase in COVID-19 cases this month among those between 19 and 24.
State and local officials applauded the Monday federal court ruling calling certain COVID-19 mitigation measures unconstitutional.
In a 66-page opinion released Monday morning, a U.S. District Court judge based in Pittsburgh declared the actions of Gov. Tom Wolf and Dr. Rachel Levine unconstitutional, although "undertaken with good intention of addressing a public health emergency."
Local business owners are preparing to accommodate yet another change in COVID-19 regulations, and said their industry is being unfairly targeted even as capacity limits are eased.
SHANKSVILLE – President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden marked the 19th anniversary of 9/11 by visiting the Flight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville, Somerset County.
Washington & Jefferson College on Wednesday said 26 students have been dismissed since classes began on Aug. 24 for violating the college's COVID-19 safety guidelines.