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Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has banned short term rentals across the state in an effort to limit the spread of coronavirus from other states into Read more
State Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine asked people to put regular, non-urgent health care visits on hold during a press briefing Thursday afternoon. Read more
Light up the night for healthcare workers was started as a last-minute Facebook event, requesting the community turn on their porch lights or bring out Read more
The Lehigh Valley has seen a spike in coronavirus cases in recent days -- Allentown has 275 cases right now, and together Lehigh and Northampton Read more
The entire state of Pennsylvania, and nearly 13 million residents, are now under a stay-at-home order from Governor Tom Wolf. Read more
Girl scouts are usually selling cookies this time of year, but COVID-19 has left them with a surplus of goodies and no way to sell Read more
Two employees at a Lehigh Valley Amazon warehouse, in Palmer Township, have tested positive for coronavirus. The company says the warehouse is continuing to operate, Read more
Pennsylvania will get more than $170 million dollars from the federal government to help with housing in the coronavirus crisis. It’s one part of the Read more
The state Department of Corrections announced Wednesday that two inmates have now tested positive for the coronavirus at SCI - Phoenix in Montgomery County. Read more
The entire state of Pennsylvania has been ordered to stay-at-home, WLVR’s Megan Frank reports. But con artists may still be working overtime to take advantage Read more
Nearly half the counties in Pennsylvania have been issued mandatory stay-at-home orders. This brings the statewide total to 33 —including nearly the entire eastern portion Read more
A Lehigh Valley man who served in the Army National Guard is the first service member to die of coronavirus in the U.S. Captain Douglas Read more
For people in recovery, face-to-face contact in recovery groups can be crucial to staying sober. For some, help during the coronavirus outbreak is just a Read more
Part of the $2 trillion dollar federal stimulus package last week includes a program to protect jobs at small businesses and nonprofits — including here Read more
In the final installment in our series, Census 2020: Why It Matters, we hear from the mayors of Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton, along with PA Read more
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has said schools and many businesses will stay closed for an unknown period of time. Read more
On Monday, March 30, Lehigh Valley Health Network implemented new restrictions on who can accompany expectant mothers in labor and delivery facilities. Read more
The Lehigh-Northampton airport typically sees about sixteen hundred daily passengers. Todd Stoudt is the airport’s executive director. He says now less than a hundred people Read more
As of 7 A-M this morning, Lehigh Valley Health Network has placed new, stricter limits on visitation for mothers and newborns around labor and delivery, Read more
Governor Tom Wolf made a formal request for a federal “major disaster declaration” Sunday, March 29, saying it would provide additional help to respond to Read more

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