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Employee at Sheetz in Plum has tested positive for covid-19
March 27, 2020
An employee at the Sheetz store on Plum’s Hulton Road has tested positive for covid-19, the company announced Friday.

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Family safe after fire tears through house in Plum
March 27, 2020
Monica Hanner had lived in her home in Plum’s Kellywood Estates for 11 years, but she didn’t really know her neighbors. And some of her neighbors said they didn’t really know her.

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Changes made to Plum trash removal
March 26, 2020
A trash pick-up company serving Plum has said it will no longer take trash or yard waste that isn’t bagged and placed in containers as a precaution to its workers amid the covid-19 pandemic.

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Plum preschool teacher starts Facebook storytime page to reach students
March 25, 2020
Editor’s note: Adapting to Coronavirus is a regular series spotlighting the ways a global pandemic is changing the everyday lives of people in Western Pennsylvania.

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Plum School District’s Tuesday night board meeting to be online conference call
March 23, 2020
Plum School District officials will have their monthly school board meeting on Tuesday.

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Oakmont Bakery hosts 10,000 free sandwiches giveaway
March 23, 2020
Kindness filled the air during a rainy Monday morning in Oakmont as free sandwiches made their way into trunks and passenger seats, destined for churches, nursing homes and hungry families’ kitchens.

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Plum implementing program for kids to keep learning while buildings closed due to coronavirus quarantine
March 21, 2020
The Plum School District has received permission from the state Department of Education to implement a “Continuity of Education Plan” for students to keep working on their classwork while school buildings are closed to limit possible exposure to the coronavirus.

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Emergency medical providers fear information gap in local cases of coronavirus
March 20, 2020
As covid-19 cases continue to rise in Allegheny County, so do worries among some emergency personnel who fear being exposed to the virus without knowing it.

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Local governments face transparency challenges during coronavirus
March 19, 2020
As large governing entities like Allegheny County Council and Pittsburgh City Council hold virtual or teleconference meetings to vote on legislation in order to curb the spread of covid-19, smaller communities face a challenge.

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