Lisa Wardle | PA Post

Lisa Wardle, Digital Manager / WITF

Lisa works with the PA Post team of reporters, editors and its audience to create engaging content for digital platforms. She previously worked as an entertainment reporter and digital producer at PennLive/The Patriot-News, a copy editor at The Sentinel and a writer for a pet industry magazine.

Latest by Lisa Wardle

Updated: March 18, 2020 | 1:04 pm

More coronavirus cases announced in central Pa. as statewide total increases to 133

Two central Pennsylvania counties joined the growing list of places where the disease has been reported. York has two cases and Berks has one.

By Lisa Wardle

Pa. officials announce first coronavirus cases in central Pa., expanded mitigation efforts

Over the course of two hours this afternoon, the total number of Pennsylvanians who have tested positive for COVID-19 increased from 33 individuals to 41.

By Lisa Wardle

Updated: March 12, 2020 | 2:29 pm

Gov. Wolf announces statewide social distancing plan

The Wolf administration is encouraging the suspension of large gatherings and discouraging all residents from participating in recreational activities.

By Lisa Wardle

Updated: April 27, 2020 | 10:02 am

Symptoms, spread, testing and terminology: Answering your coronavirus questions

Here are some answers to common questions.

By Lisa Wardle

Gov. Tom Wolf says ‘absolute no’ to speculation about 2020 Democratic VP pick

“I seriously doubt anyone would ask,” he added.

By Lisa Wardle

Photos: A look back at the Three Mile Island accident, evacuations, protests and cleanup

These photographs depict scenes from Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station in Middletown, Dauphin County, and the surrounding region in the days before and after the partial meltdown at the Unit 2 reactor.

By Lisa Wardle

How Three Mile Island and the nuclear industry influenced popular culture

After the accident at Three Mile Island, Dickinson College teacher Lonna Malmsheimer interviewed about 400 residents. One thing she noticed was how many people turned to fiction to make sense of the real-world events around them.

By Lisa Wardle

Watch: Gov. Thornburgh speaks two days after Three Mile Island partial meltdown

“We’re getting conflicting reports too,” Gov. Dick Thornburgh said in response to a reporter’s question at a press conference March 30, 1979.

By Lisa Wardle