Pa. Health Dept. Reports 813 New Coronavirus Cases, Bringing Statewide Total To 118,092The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 813 new cases of Coronavirus on Saturday and 16 additional deaths.
Increased Student Harm, Suicide Tips Reported After Schools Closed In PennsylvaniaReports of suicidal or self-harming thoughts made to Pennsylvania’s mandatory harm reporting system for schools increased after classrooms were shut down in March.
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 758 New Coronavirus Cases And 15 More Deaths, Statewide Case Total Grows To Over 117,000The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 758 new cases of Coronavirus on Friday, and 15 additional deaths.
PIAA Board To Hold Meeting Regarding Gov. Tom Wolf's Recommendation To Postpone Youth SportsThe PIAA Board of Directors will meet on Friday afternoon to discuss fall sports after Governor Tom Wolf recommended postponing them until January.
Man Breaks Into York City Hall, Causes $350,000 In DamagesA man broke into a Pennsylvania city hall, damaged computers and the phone system, and caused the temporary closure of the building.
Coronavirus And Education: Area Districts Provide Plans For Upcoming School YearAs districts across Pennsylvania decide on their plans for the upcoming year amid the Coronavirus pandemic, schools are needing to decide on how students will learn.
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 807 New Coronavirus Cases As Statewide Total Grows To 116,512The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 807 new cases of Coronavirus on Thursday, and 38 additional deaths.
Wolf Administration, Health Dept. Teaming With Walmart, Quest Diagnostics To Expand Coronavirus TestingThe Wolf administration says it is working to expand coronavirus testing capabilities across the state through partnerships with Walmart, Quest Diagnostics and Pennsylvania laboratories.
Erie Animal Shelter Looking For Whoever Threw 4 Kittens Out Of Car WindowAn animal shelter in Erie is asking the public for information about whoever threw kittens out of their car window.
Pennsylvania Lawmakers Insist Voting By Mail Is Safe And ReliablePennsylvania lawmakers insist voting by mail is safe and reliable.
Educators Looking To Pa. Lawmakers For Protection From Potential Lawsuits If Schools Have Coronavirus OutbreaksPennsylvania lawmakers are continuing to work on what they can do to help schools reopen safely.
Pa. Auditor General Urges Action As Bureau Of Dog Law Enforcement Runs Out Of MoneyPennsylvania's Auditor General says the state’s Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement may run out of money this summer.
Sewickley Academy Junior Among 5 High Schoolers Named National Student PoetsFive high school juniors have been named National Student Poets.
Pa. Health Dept. Announces 705 New Coronavirus Cases As Statewide Total Grows To 115,714The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 705 new cases of Coronavirus on Tuesday, and 12 additional deaths.
Washington County Commissioner Signs Up For Coronavirus Vaccine TrialLarry Maggi will take part in a coronavirus vaccine trial in Columbus.