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HARRISBURG (AP) — More than 1 million Pennsylvania residents have filed unemployment compensation claims since the coronavirus began taking a severe toll on the economy in mid-March, according to data released Monday, as the state reported more virus cases and deaths.

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Pennsylvania residents should wear cloth masks in public to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, the governor said Friday as the state recorded another single-day high in new cases and surpassed 100 deaths.

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Pennsylvania businesses are running out of time if they want an exemption from Gov. Tom Wolf's shutdown order as state health officials on Thursday reported more than 1,200 new cases of COVID-19.

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All Pennsylvania residents must stay home as much as possible to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, Gov. Tom Wolf said Wednesday as he dramatically expanded the footprint of the quarantine to include the entire state.

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HARRISBURG (AP) — Gov. Tom Wolf announced Monday that all schools and nonessential businesses will remain closed indefinitely as Pennsylvania reported nearly 700 new cases of the coronavirus.

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HARRISBURG (AP) — Gov. Tom Wolf on Monday ordered residents of Pennsylvania's hardest-hit areas to stay home for at least two weeks to help combat the spread of the new coronavirus that has already sickened hundreds and caused six deaths statewide.

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Gov. Tom Wolf is tightening his directives to businesses to shut down, issuing a dire warning and saying Thursday that all "non-life-sustaining" businesses in Pennsylvania must close their physical locations by 8 p.m. to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

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HARRISBURG (AP) — Health officials in Pennsylvania have announced two more positive tests of the new coronavirus, making a total of six in the commonwealth so far, as one school announced it would close for the next three weeks.

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HARRISBURG – With volunteer fire companies across Pennsylvania wrestling with staffing issues, Senator Dan Laughlin, who represents the 49th district, believes firefighter training for inmates can fill that community need and give individuals valuable skills that can help them reintegrate in…

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At a gathering of more than 10,000 veterans, two local VFW commanders were presented with VFW All-American Honors, which commemorate those who go above and beyond in their roles as leaders of the group.

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It was a good day for Titusville area kids at the Crawford County Fair on Tuesday, as young local residents were able to walk home with several ribbons and titles across multiple contests.

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SLIPPERY ROCK — Felony charges were filed against Michael Simmons, former Titusville police chief, for using a fake PayPal account to hide fraudulent activity during his tenure as Slippery Rock University’s Chief of Police.

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As people grow older, it is not uncommon for one or more of their senses to diminish over time. However, one local senior care service is warning of the potentially severe mental health impact the loss of those senses can have on a person.

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Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman found Venango County strongly in favor of the legalization of recreational marijuana on Sunday, at least based on the portion of the county that came to voice their opinions at his listening tour stop at Oil City High School.

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A bill currently making its way through the Pennsylvania Senate would give hunters an extra day each week to ply their trade during hunting season.

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A former Titusville man received high accolades for his work of teaching students at Cranberry High School that finding a form of physical fitness they enjoy is a path to a better life.

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Two employees of the Crawford County branch of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) were among a five-state delegation sent to Washington, D.C., to request more funding for the program.

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HARRISBURG (AP) — Democrat Bob Casey has won a third U.S. Senate term from Pennsylvania, beating Republican Rep. and Donald Trump supporter Lou Barletta in a state the president won two years ago.

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While northwestern Pennsylvania might be a fair distance from Hurricane Florence, which made landfall in North Carolina Friday, that hasn’t stopped several area volunteers from stepping up to help with storm relief.

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A slew of purple and blue ribbons adorn the lattice hanging above Abagail and Andrew Bryan’s cows in the 4-H barn at the Crawford County Fair, including a plethora of new ones won Thursday, when the siblings claimed the titles of Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion, respectively.

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The Titusville home where journalist Ida Tarbell grew up was filled with people, including many dignitaries and two U.S. Congressmen, on Friday morning as U.S. Rep. Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson (R-5) announced the introduction of federal legislation to recognize northwestern Pennsylvania’s historic r…

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Following a rocky year for the University of Pittsburgh’s Titusville (UPT) campus, the state and the University of Pittsburgh will commit $4 million to renovate the existing buildings into classroom spaces where traditional courses and region-specific job training will be provided.