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PennLive / The Patriot-News

Retail shopping resumes in Cumberland County’s yellow phase

Retail shopping resumes in Cumberland County’s yellow phase What it’s like at one Camp Hill store Pennlive Harrisburg Patriot News May 23 2020

A steady stream of customers came and went throughout the early afternoon at the Boscov’s location in Camp Hill on May 23. The sunny Saturday was only the second day of Cumberland County’s newly granted “yellow” status under Governor Tom Wolf’s plan to reopen the state during the coronavirus pandemic, and shoppers were eager to take advantage of the opportunity.

TRIBLIVE

Greensburg YMCA pitches in to help the Westmoreland County Food Bank fill greater need

Greensburg YMCA pitches in to help the Westmoreland County Food Bank fill greater need TribLive May 23 2020

Drivers lined up along South Maple Avenue in Greensburg on Saturday to donate items to the Westmoreland County Food Bank.

The Greensburg YMCA’s Trunk to Truck Food Drive benefitted the food bank. “Y” employees removed bags of donated items from donor vehicles that pulled up at the gym.

Bethlehem Press

Yocco’s takes it out in stride to serve Valley customers

Yocco’s takes it out in stride to serve Valley customers Bethlehem Press May 22 2020

Restaurants across Pennsylvania had to shutter their dining areas after Gov. Tom Wolf’s March 16 statewide closure of non-essential businesses in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

To keep restaurants afloat while protecting workers and customers, eateries were permitted to continue offering take-out and delivery.

Yocco’s third generation owner Gary Iacocca and his employees acted swiftly to meet the challenge.