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Northampton Co. sees first coronavirus case. The person is hospitalized at St. Luke’s University Health Network's Anderson Campus. Read more
Lehigh Valley authorities are bracing for possible spread of coronavirus. Read more
Lehigh Valley nursing homes and long term care facilities are taking action to safeguard residents from exposure to the coronavirus. Read more
A Lower Providence Township police officer is the latest presumptive positive case of coronavirus in Montgomery County. Read more
Colleges in Lehigh Valley and across the state are responding to the threat of coronavirus by canceling in-person classes and moving coursework online following spring Read more
All schools in the Allentown School District and the Easton Arts Academy are closed today and tomorrow amid concerns around the coronavirus. Multiple sources are Read more
With thousands of kids home from school because of closures in the Philadelphia area, parents are worried about when it’s time to go back. Read more
Four local colleges and universities are working together to mitigate 100% of their emissions from electricity consumption. Read more
Pennsylvania now has 12 presumed positive cases of coronavirus, concentrated in the eastern part of the state according to state health officials. The latest case Read more
Pennsylvania now has 11 presumed cases of the coronavirus - concentrated in the Philadelphia and Scranton areas. This is an updated number from yesterday morning. Read more


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