WASHINGTON — saying that at President Donald Trump’s direction “we are moving Tax Day from April 15 to July 15. All taxpayers and businesses will have this additional time to file and make payments without interest or penalties.”
The administration had announced earlier in the week that it would delay the payments, a move that Mnuchin said would leave $300 billion in the economy at a critical time.
Collection: Updated coronavirus coverage for Cumberland County and Pennsylvania
An updated compilation of Sentinel and Cumberlink coverage of coronavirus issues in Pennsylvania and Cumberland County.
The IRS and the Treasury Department say Americans will start receiving their economic impact checks in the next three weeks.
The coronavirus has dealt a financial blow to millions of Americans and now April’s bills are coming due.
The Sentinel is tracking the spread of COVID-19 through different data visualizations. The maps, charts and graphs all use the daily report fr…
Small businesses employ about half the workers in the private sector. By some estimates, as many as 20 million people will have lost their jobs by the end of April.
Giant’s supply chain from its distribution centers to grocery stores has not had any issues, the company's president said, but truckers bringing goods from manufacturers to Giant distribution centers have reported having to camp out.
The World Health Organization and other leading agencies say there is no evidence to support the suggestion that ibuprofen might worsen the sy…
"There is no reason to believe at this time that those illnesses circulating in January would have been from COVID-19," a state Department of Health spokesman said.
Is it the flu, a cold or the new coronavirus? Patients and doctors alike are parsing signs of illness to figure out who needs what tests or ca…
A Democratic senator from West Chester said Thursday he's introducing legislation that would eliminate standardized testing and streamline necessary approvals to move to online learning.
COVID-19 is now in Pennsylvania, but ever since the numbers of those infected started to climb in the United States I’ve noticed two very cont…
Carlisle Mayor Tim Scott is urging residents to follow the advice of experts concerning the coronavirus.
Information from the Pennsylvania Department of Health about coronavirus:
The results of modern outbreaks have varied in the last two decades, depending on how a pandemic was initially handled.
The new coronavirus can live in the air for several hours and on some surfaces for as long as two to three days, tests by U.S. government and …
"Testing in patients would typically require at least a year and probably longer," said co-author Dr. Louis Falo, professor and chair of dermatology at Pitt's School of Medicine and UPMC.
State government isn't answering inquiries as to what businesses have applied for or received a waiver to continue operating under Gov. Wolf's COVID-19 shutdown order.
The PLCB said it is not considering reopening stores at this time, although the agency continues to monitor the situation in consultation with the Wolf Administration and public health officials.
One of my childhood favorites, Mr. Rogers, used to tell a story about how when he was a child and he saw something disturbing on the news, his…
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