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Judge grants senators’ motion to intervene in fracking case

Pennsylvania can’t wait on Congress to solve its problem of abandoned oil and gas wells | Opinion

Plug gas wells, and gas policy

Editorial: It’s time for Pennsylvania to raise minimum wage

Rep. Williams appointed to Chester County Industrial Development Authority Board

Schuylkill commissioner chairman Hetherington asks Halcovage to resign; state legislators to meet on impeachment

2 state lawmakers are reopening their district office in Hamburg

Rep. Mercuri launches initiatives to address covid’s impact on business, mental wellness

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pennsylvania saw upswing in covid cases, hospitalizations in March

Pharmacy chain says vaccine appointments available in Westmoreland, 4 other counties

‘Hang on and do what works’: Excela’s top doctor talks vaccines, safety as covid restrictions are set to ease

More than 4,200 COVID vaccine shots given in Berks County in 1 day

Berks Community Health Center partners with The Giorgi Companies to vaccinate essential workers

UPMC St. Margaret Harmar Outpatient Center opens covid-19 vaccine clinic, doles out 600 doses a day

Pa. reports 3,893 cases, 27 deaths

Pennsylvania and region still reporting plenty of new COVID-19 cases

Kansas joins 17 other states without a mask mandate: ‘The numbers don’t support’ one, a legislator says

When can kids get the COVID-19 vaccine? A pediatrician answers 5 questions parents are asking | Analysis


Pennsylvania to lift telework mandate this weekend


Former Chester County teacher sentenced to prison for sexually assaulting student at boarding school

Prison study unveils savings through deprivatization


Schools keep closing even as districts move to fully reopening; community spread, not more in-person education, is to blame, experts say

LCCC not requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for students


Sen. Sharif Street is running for U.S. Senate

John Fetterman raises massive $3.9 million in first three months of his Pa. Senate campaign

Fetterman raises nearly $4 million, announces new endorsements

Poll: Most Pa. voters don’t believe American democracy is working for all | Friday Morning Coffee


Great project for mental health care

Noticias locales

Council OK’s Scranton police chief appointment despite code concerns

Lackawanna County seeking local artwork to beautify government center

Inundated Berks rental assistance program temporarily stops accepting applications

Berks commissioner offers details about federal plan for Residential Center

Money saved on repaving Fifth Avenue to help Arnold pay for fixing Richmond Street

Study proposes increasing building heights in one portion of South Side Bethlehem, decreasing them in another

CEO of the ‘new PPL’ says Allentown, Lehigh Valley remain its focal point as energy giant prepares for massive change

Luzerne County DA vacancy litigation to be withdrawn

Pierogi, Kielbasa, Tomato festivals all set for 2021 return

York County prison warden to take over as director of 6 Human Services agencies

The last Roar: Erie’s signature Roar on the Shore motorcycle rally will not return

Next phase of Chem-Fab superfund site cleanup to begin in Doylestown

Noticias nacionales

7 Texas officers are fired in death of Black man restrained in jail

New GOP-led voting restrictions move forward in Texas

Why are there so few Black American players in MLB 74 years after Jackie Robinson took the field? | Opinion

Marijuana is legal in New York state: What you need to know about possession, growing, business

Derek Chauvin’s former supervisor testifies restraint should have ended much sooner


Philly is trying to bridge vaccine gaps by targeting hard-hit neighborhoods. Finally, activists and experts say.

Family of Walter Wallace Jr. sues Philadelphia police officers who fatally shot him

Family of Walter Wallace Jr. is suing the two Philly police officers who killed him

Philadelphia police inspector is accused of beating a man and will be fired, commissioner says

Philly’s Democratic Party rebuffs DA Larry Krasner’s bid for an endorsement

City Democratic DA primary heats up as Vega accuses Krasner of going soft on crime

Philly prisons announce security changes after a man was murdered on the grounds

Philly will move to next vaccine phase Monday, expanding eligibility as cases rise

As Netflix’s ‘Concrete Cowboy’ premieres, two Philly riding groups could benefit

SEPTA will reopen troubled Somerset El Station in Kensington on Monday


Pittsburgh and PWSA raise concerns over proposed Plum shale gas well

System glitch forces Allegheny County Health Department to re-send some vaccine appointment emails

Glitch halts Allegheny County’s appointments for second covid vaccine dose

Allegheny County new vaccine registration site open to the public

Allegheny County’s new vaccine registration system opens

A silver lining? Despite expected surge, commercial assessment appeals lag behind last year’s

Allegheny County Health Department urged to tighten, enforce air pollution standards

Security agents catch 10th gun this year at Pittsburgh airport

Noticias del Estado

Poorest Pennsylvanians to receive retroactive food stamp benefits thanks to local attorneys

Philadelphia is poised and ready for Biden’s Civilian Climate Corps | Opinion

How much is your town slated to get from the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan?

Anglers in Berks County and across Pa. asked to help unravel mysterious beauty of trout


Amtrak unveils proposed new route from Reading to Philadelphia

Is passenger rail returning to Allentown? Planned Amtrak service would connect Lehigh Valley to New York City

Pa. would see several new and enhanced train service under Amtrak’s 2035 vision plan

Amtrak vows grand expansion in Northeast under Biden’s infrastructure plan. Check the proposed routes

Biden’s Amtrak bet excites Pa. officials, but much could derail efforts


Schumer pushes Senate for ‘full legalization’ of marijuana as states leap ahead on their own

U.S. Rep. Dwight Evans proposes $63 billion plan to bolster housing and stabilize communities

Voting rights advocates air worries about onslaught of new state election laws