The police are initially providing warnings, Evanchick said, to push for voluntary compliance. But stricter enforcement will follow as needed, he said.
Local health workers who work in the city’s jails say they are not currently receiving the same overtime pay as other city employees who have been deemed "essential."
State officials have been blitzed with applications from Pennsylvania business owners seeking waivers to the Wolf administration's order last week that all non-essential businesses shutter their operations, Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin said Sunday.
By Elizabeth C. TippettOn March 18, President Donald Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act into law.The legislation is an emergency intervention to provide paid leave and other support to millions of workers...
Saying it's been hit with a large number of waiver requests, Gov. Tom Wolf's administration has extended the enforcement of its shutdown order for non-essential businesses to Monday, March 23 at 8 a.m. The...
Capital-Star Staff Reporter Elizabeth Hardison took a look at sales data for the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.
At a daily briefing on the pandemic, city officials called on called on employers to continue to pay employees, especially low-wage workers.
As of noon Thursday, Northeastern Pennsylvania has seen 22 cases, up from 12 on Wednesday. Monroe County has 15 cases, Pike County has 3 cases, Lackawanna County has 2 cases and Luzerne and Wayne counties have one case apiece.
Companies that believe they're considered "life-sustaining" can apply for a waiver at [email protected]
The largest portion of the workers are employed by American Airlines subcontractors PrimeFlight Aviation and Prospect Airport Services.