By Daniel C. Conlon, Esquire – Contributing Writer for PRESENTE Many Latinos in Pittsburgh have experienced economic hardship due to the Coronavirus pandemic, leading to unprecedented financial strain on our … Read More
Advocates say the order, which puts evictions on ice until Aug. 31, gives the state’s new rental assistance program more time to reach those who need help.
Expanding on the business safety order signed by Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine in April that requires the wearing of masks in businesses, Governor Tom Wolf today announced a new order signed by … Read More
In these challenging times, many of us are seeking stress relief techniques and wellness options. We spoke with Kiria Cora, a passionate and vibrant wellness coach and Owner of InsightMe … Read More
In the face of the negative impact of Coronavirus on numerous businesses, there are people who have taken advantage of the changes, activating their creativity to develop new ideas. One … Read More
The restaurant and food industry is one of the hardest hit by the Covid-19 emergency. For catering businesses in particular, event cancellations and the lack of formal store fronts, have … Read More
Gov. Tom Wolf said Allegheny, Armstrong, Bedford, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Fulton, Greene, Indiana, Somerset, Washington, and Westmoreland Counties can begin reopening next week.
Many agencies were not prepared for what came mid-March, when the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic was truly felt in our region. Around that time, Guillermo Velázquez, Executive Director of … Read More
When it comes to domestic violence, the COVID-19 stay-at-home and social distancing orders are only increasing the number of abuse cases nationwide. People who normally get a break from abuse … Read More
The first step toward reopening, phase yellow, still mandates the closure of schools, gyms, and other indoor recreation centers, as well as hair and nail salons. Large gatherings are also prohibited.
Gov. Tom Wolf on Friday announced that these counties can enter the “yellow” phase and start a limited reopening on May 8.
The number of long-term care residents and staff impacted by the coronavirus has nearly doubled in the past week, with 5,679 positive cases among residents and 849 deaths.