Pa. Health Dept. Announces 829 More Coronavirus Cases, Statewide Case Count Now 122,950The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 829 new cases of Coronavirus on Friday and 36 additional deaths.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 90 More Coronavirus Cases And 5 Additional Deaths, Total Cases Countywide Now At 9,282The Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 90 new Coronavirus cases Friday out of 1,237 test results, and five additional deaths.
Anxiety And Uncertainty: Pittsburghers Grapple With The Unknown During The Coronavirus PandemicFive months into the pandemic and many are grappling with some of the bigger questions surrounding it.
Soergel Orchards Cancels Fall FestivalsIn an Instagram post, Soergels Orchards announced the cancelation of its fall festivals.
Quaker Valley Delays Start Of School YearThe Quaker Valley School Board voted on Thursday night to delay the start of the school year.
Gov. Tom Wolf Warns Pennsylvania Residents Of Contact Tracing ScamsScammers are calling Pennsylvanians posing as contact tracers and asking for personal information.
Allderdice's Girls Soccer Conditioning Canceled For 2 Weeks After Player Tests Positive For CoronavirusConditioning for Allderdice's girls soccer is canceled for two weeks after a player tested positive for coronavirus.
Pittsburgh Nanny Agency In 'Dire Need' Of Child Care Help As Schools Move To Online LearningFor many kids this year, the classroom is at home.
South Hills Dentist Disagrees With WHO's Recommendations, Says 'All Dental Is Essential'The World Health Organization is recommending postponing nonessential dental visits for things like cleanings and cosmetic procedures.
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 991 More Coronavirus Cases, Statewide Case Count Now 122,121The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 991 new cases of Coronavirus on Thursday and 24 additional deaths.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 114 More Coronavirus Cases And 5 Additional DeathsThe Allegheny County Health Department is reporting 114 new Coronavirus cases Thursday out of 1,799 test results, and five additional deaths.