Pa. Health Dept.: 643 New Coronavirus Cases Pushes Statewide Total To 3,394The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed 643 new positive cases of coronavirus on Sunday, bringing the total to 3,394.
Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Confirms 265 Positive Coronavirus Cases County-WideThe Allegheny County Health Department says there are 265 coronavirus cases.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Governor Wolf Requests Major Disaster Declaration From President TrumpGovernor Wolf requested a major disaster declaration from President Trump today, according to a new release from Harrisburg.
City Of Pittsburgh Trash Pickup To Continue MondayCity of Pittsburgh crews will continue collecting trash on Monday.
City Of Monessen Urging The Use Of 'Abandoned and Blighted Property Conservation Act'The City of Monessen is encouraging the usage of the 'Abandoned and Blighted Property Conservation Act' in an effort to begin to tackle blight.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Two Clergy Teams In The Diocese Of Pittsburgh Self-QuarantinedAll church buildings within the Diocese of Pittsburgh are closed until further notice after two priests were exposed to coronavirus.
Allegheny County Camp Cadet Delivers Food To 14 EMS Stations In PittsburghTwo board members from Allegheny County Camp Cadet delivered food to 14 EMS stations around Pittsburgh on Saturday.
'The New Normal:' South Side, Strip District Seeing Less Foot Traffic Amid Coronavirus OutbreakThe sounds of music and people shopping were noticeably absent in the Strip District as residents of Pittsburgh stayed home Saturday morning.
Three Residents Of Beaver County Nursing Home Test Positive For CoronavirusBrighton Rehabilitation and Wellness Center in Beaver County has three confirmed cases of coronavirus.
City Of Lower Burrell Closes All Parks Until Further NoticeThe City of Lower Burrell has closed all of its parks until further notice.
Urban Redevelopment Authority Of Pittsburgh Waives All Fees For Businesses Applying For AssistanceThe Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh has announced they are waiving all fees for local small businesses applying for assistance.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Public Schools Employee Tests Positive For CoronavirusA staff member of Pittsburgh Brookline has tested positive for coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: Visitors Litter, Vandalize State ParksAs many people head to state parks to exercise and get out of their houses, park officials say some are leaving trash and vandalizing spaces.
Coronavirus Closures: Pittsburgh Public Schools To Stay Closed Through April 14Pittsburgh Public Schools will stay closed until April 14.
Coronavirus In Pennsylvania: State Eases Requirements To Introduce More Healthcare ProvidersGovernor Wolf has lessened barriers in order to introduce more healthcare providers to the workforce and ship more medical supplies, according to a new release from Harrisburg.