Ice Cream Therapy, By Appointment Only! Klavon’s Puts Social Distancing Measures In PlaceOnce the state allows them to reopen, Klavon’s Ice Cream Parlor in the Strip District says customers can set up ice cream appointments.
'Understand The Consequences': Pa. Gov. Wolf Issues Stern Warning To Businesses Defying Coronavirus Shutdown OrderThe administration of Gov. Tom Wolf issued a warning Monday to businesses that choose to open in defiance of the pandemic shutdown, saying they could be jeopardizing their insurance coverage.
What Companies Benefit From Coronavirus?Amazon and Netflix continue to do well as coronavirus isolates people in their homes, but many other companies have benefited or may soon.
Gov. Tom Wolf Announces 13 Western Pa. Counties Moving Into Coronavirus 'Yellow Phase,' Including Pittsburgh Metro AreaGov. Tom Wolf announced that 13 western Pennsylvania counties, including the heavily populated Pittsburgh metropolitan area, can shed his most restrictive pandemic orders on movement and businesses.
'An Industry That Is In Complete Shutdown Distress': Pittsburgh Cultural District Feeling Heavy Weight Of Coronavirus ShutdownThe arts and entertainment industry is almost completely shutdown because the business model is built on bringing large groups of people together.
'We Were Overwhelmed By Online Donations': Excela Health Donates $80,000 In Coronavirus Relief Funds To Westmoreland Co. Food BankThe Westmoreland County Food Bank received a donation of $80,000 Wednesday from the employees and staff of Excela Health.
Pa. Liquor Control Board To Allow Limited In-Store Access To Some Yellow Zone Fine Wine & Good Spirits StoresThe Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board says customers will soon be allowed back into 77 Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores in the state's yellow zone on a limited basis.
Several Employees Sue Dick's Sporting Goods Over Overtime PayDick's Sporting Goods is facing a class action lawsuit from 18 assistant store managers in 14 states related to overtime payments.
State’s Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation Program Expected To Soon Be Up And RunningPennsylvania’s Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation program should be operational in just a few weeks.
Gov. Wolf Easing Coronavirus Restrictions In 24 Rural Northern Counties, None In Southwestern Pa. Among ThemGov. Tom Wolf announced Friday that he will begin easing restrictions put in place to contain the spread of Coronavirus in 24 rural northern Pennsylvania counties. The list of counties does not include any in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Wine Shops Prove Essential During Coronavirus PandemicFrom Table Wine in New York to Quarry Wine & Spirits in Baltimore, wine stores hold on as customers seek refuge from coronavirus.
'Shop This Way': Walmart Begins Enforcing One-Way Aisles Mandate To Increase Social DistancingWalmart has started implementing one-way aisles to encourage customers to practice social distancing while shopping inside their stores during the COVID-19 pandemic.
'Huge, Pent Up Demand': Pa. Liquor Stores Expand Curbside Delivery, Increase Number Of Stores Available For ServiceThe Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has expanded its curbside delivery program that was rolled out as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
'Fantastic To Get Some People Off Of Unemployment': Burgettstown Plastics Company Looking To Hire As They Transition To PPE ProductionMiller Plastic Products in Burgettstown is now making personal protective equipment for businesses as the demand for PPE increases.
5.2 Million More Americans Apply For Unemployment Benefits, Taking Total To Nearly 22 MillionNearly 22 million Americans have applied for unemployment benefits in the last month.