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Top Pittsburgh news: Restaurants offer free meals; all 'non-life-sustaining' business to close

Top Pittsburgh news: Restaurants offer free meals; all 'non-life-sustaining' business to close
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By Hoodline - Published on March 20, 2020.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Pittsburgh.

Coronavirus in Pittsburgh area: Diner providing free meals for anyone in need

A diner in Port Vue is willing to feed any family in need.

Read the full story on CBS Pittsburgh.

Allegheny County Jail plans to release some medically vulnerable inmates, but advocacy groups say it's not enough

Inmates released are ensured a free phone call, free bus ticket, free Narcan, and a packet of information on community resources. The release project is an ongoing collaborative effort.

Read the full story on Pittsburgh City Paper.

Warren Bar & Burrow offering 100 free meals to restaurant workers

One local bar is teaming up with local chefs to provide free meals for service workers who lost their jobs during the coronavirus outbreak.

Read the full story on CBS Pittsburgh.

Real estate developer sentenced to jail for illegal asbestos removal

Vikas Jain was sentenced for illegally removing asbestos from the Westinghouse Complex in Churchill.

Read the full story on CBS Pittsburgh.

Gov. Wolf orders all 'non-life-sustaining' business to close, enforcement begins Saturday

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is ordering a large swath of businesses to close up shop temporally to help stem the spread of coronavirus, as the number of positive cases in Pennsylvania has grown rapidly over the last week.

Read the full story on Pittsburgh City Paper.


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