Graduations, weddings, baby showers — all kinds of celebrations and gatherings have been impacted by COVID-19. That includes Pride parades and festivals, prompting several local communities to adjust their plans this year.
It’s official: Allentown district schools will be completely virtual this fall. The news comes as the state’s experiencing a rise in coronavirus cases, raising questions about student and teacher safety in the classroom.
Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 death toll stands at over 7,000. And nearly 70 percent so far stem from long term care facilities.
Allentown’s top health official shares concerns about the potential for increased coronavirus spread in the city By Tyler Pratt July 24, 2020 Allentown’s top health official says she worries about the potential for increased coronavirus spread in the city and overwhelming the area’s healthcare system. Speaking Thursday evening to the Allentown School District Board, city […]
As Senate Republicans and the White House worked on their version of a Coronavirus Relief Bill on Wednesday, Pennsylvania Senator, Bob Casey called for massive funding of State and Local Governments.