The two Republicans on Lebanon County’s three-member board voted in favor of a resolution declaring that the county’s public and private sectors are moving to the yellow phase, but they warned that businesses that do the same could face civil and state penalties.
Immigrant families detained in Berks Family Residential Center were asked to sign forms this week that could lead to their children being separated from their parents, according to attorneys representing them.
Pennsylvania will roll out a number of major election changes next month — including an expansion of its vote-by-mail options. After state law changed last year, voters no longer need an excuse to vote by mail, and have more time to return their ballots and to register.
Without a plan to test Pennsylvania’s incarcerated population for coronavirus or antibodies, public health experts say that prisons lack an essential guidepost to begin easing restrictions put in place two months ago to protect prisoners and guards from exposure. And without tests, they say …
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The head of the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development said he’s not sure when the state will release the names of businesses that received waivers to operate amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Connected vents and small cells help accelerate the virus’s spread, and puts inmates on edge
Officials in more than a dozen Pennsylvania counties home to nearly 3 million voters are calling for an all-mail primary election.
The state Department of Community and Economic Development on Saturday announced the creation of the Pennsylvania Manufacturing Call to Action Portal to help manufacturers mobilize to produce or pivot to produce supplies and products needed to respond to the coronavirus.
The state Supreme Court on Friday rejected a plea by the Pennsylvania Prison Society to order a blanket release of some grades of prison inmates to protect them from the coronavirus.