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A third of child care providers in PA could permanently close because of revenue losses during the pandemic By Sarah Schneider, WESA May 28, 2020 Read more
And while the majority of nearly 70,000 cases have been in adults, Pennsylvania health officials say they are seeing some children impacted by the virus. Read more
With COVID19 shutting down schools, Liberty High School in Bethlehem decided to turn its annual college planning night into a virtual web series throughout the Read more
United Way and Northampton County distribute nearly 9,000 meals to families in need By Jim Deegan May 27, 2020 The United Way of the Greater Read more
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. It’s an effort to fight the stigma surrounding mental illness and substance abuse disorders, so people know that they Read more
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf says he expects to ease stay at home orders in the Lehigh Valley - and the remainder of the state that’s Read more
WLVR’s Brad Klein reflects upon an American Robin that perches outside his front door in Bethlehem and begins to sing hours before dawn. Is he Read more
When the State Stopped: A look back at how Pennsylvania arrived at a new normal during the coronavirus pandemic February 26th was the first time Read more
Pennsylvania’s voting machine upgrade will cost more than one 150 million dollars. Read more
Memorial Day is usually the unofficial start of summer and typically many pools open as well. But this year that won’t be the case for Read more


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