Pennsylvania Newspapers Are United With The Communities They Serve
As the coronavirus pandemic began wreaking havoc across our commonwealth, our country and our world in early 2020, newspapers throughout Pennsylvania began publishing stories of local interest ranging from ideas about how to stay healthy and active at home, to teaching activities that busy parents can share with their children, to heart-warming tales about the acts of kindness that neighbors are performing to help those in need and more. Many of these articles from the past year are highlighted on this website.
Communities are still struggling to cope with the devastating impact of COVID-19. While staying apprised of national statistics and recommendations is crucial, Pennsylvania residents are interested in learning about how their local community is being affected.
Your local community newspaper remains your best source for accurate and up-to-date information on coronavirus-related developments including vaccination availability and guidelines.
Read about how your community and others across Pennsylvania are responding to the coronavirus crisis by clicking on the homepage links to access newspaper coverage from more than 200 publications throughout the state.
Pennsylvania newspapers have every confidence that together, we will weather this storm and emerge as a stronger, tighter and more connected community.
This page has been created by the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association (PNA). The PNA’s mission is to advance the business interests of Pennsylvania news media organizations and to promote a free and independent press. Learn more about the PNA by visiting PANewsMedia.org.