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Philly sees ‘small but real increase’ in COVID-19 cases, city’s top doc says

BY: - July 20, 2021

Philadelphia is averaging 56 new cases of COVID-19 per day over the last two weeks, according to city health officials.

Allegheny Co. studying feasibility of multi-use trail along the Turtle Creek Valley

BY: - June 16, 2021

The goal is to connect the Westmoreland Heritage Trail in Trafford to the Great Allegheny Passage, leading to Downtown Pittsburgh and beyond.

At Temple Univ., students prep for a return to in-person classes this fall

BY: - March 24, 2021

During the fall 2020 semester, Temple held all of its classes online. While the majority of spring the semester classes remain online, the university has expanded the number of courses with an in-person component.

Big uptick in vaccine supplies for states expected soon, industry execs tell Congress

BY: - February 24, 2021

Executives from five COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers have told Congress that they expect to significantly boost the number of shots delivered to states in the coming weeks.

Year in Review: Your Top 10 most-read stories of 2020

BY: - December 28, 2020

The stories listed here were the most viewed stories on our site, according to Google Analytics. 

Pittsburgh advocacy groups and distillery hand out meals for families and pets just before Christmas

BY: - December 23, 2020

412 Food Rescue is teaming up with the Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue Team and local distillery Maggie’s Farm Rum to distribute 420 grocery boxes and 400 bags of dog and cat food at the Heinz Field Gold Parking Lot 1 from 12-2 p.m. on Dec. 23.

Christmas during COVID: LGBTQ community adjusts to shifting holiday plans

BY: - December 12, 2020

On Monday, Dr. Anthony Fauci, who currently serves on the White House Coronavirus Task Force and was recently named as Chief Medical Adviser to the President by the incoming Biden Administration, reminded Americans that upticks in Covid-19 infections could become worse during the Christmas travel season. 

Good Vibes Only | Five for the weekend

BY: - December 12, 2020

Happy Weekend, all. It’s been a long week and well, a long year. If, like me, you’re craving some good vibes and positive thoughts for the weekend ahead, take a look at a few headlines that promise to put some good vibes out into the ether. Science: Listen to the Superfluid MIT Scientists Have Modeled to […]

FCC broadband program brings SpaceX, other telecommunications companies to Pa.

BY: - December 9, 2020

The auction, part of the first phase of the project, allocated $9.2 billion to telecommunications companies in 49 states and the Northern Mariana Islands.

Congress set to strip Confederate names from U.S. military bases, flouting Trump veto threat

BY: - December 8, 2020

Members of the House and Senate forged a bipartisan agreement to rename the 10 bases in the annual must-pass defense measure, and Republican leaders such as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California have expressed their support. Bases in Louisiana, Georgia, Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama and Texas would be affected.

City Mission – Living Stones hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic | Helping the Helpers

BY: - December 8, 2020

Like other area non-profits, the Uniontown organization is seeing a strong need for human services in the community, which they are trying to meet with their fundraising sources cut.

Kenney offers new tax relief for businesses; head of Black Chamber says it’s ‘overdue’

BY: - December 3, 2020

The Kenney administration will provide tax relief for businesses and restaurants who have seen their revenues plummet under the novel coronavirus pandemic restrictions.