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With General Assistance now gone in Pa., how will people cope?

Dinniman introduces bills to better regulate fireworks

Pa. legislation proposed to boost air pollution fines

Psychiatric nurses say they’re ready to fill the gap to improve access to mental health care

State senator calls for probe of Erie day care where fire killed 5 children

Fentanyl test strips could save lives, but they’re illegal in Pennsylvania


Gov. Wolf wants answers on 4 kids separated from families

Gov. Wolf coming to Allentown to discuss changes to the charter school law


Shell cracker is a harbinger of things to come, drawing in President Trump and protesters

Trump visiting Shell cracker plant in Beaver County today

Trump to spotlight Beaver County cracker plant during Western Pa. visit

‘Best deal we could get’: Whitehall allows Sheetz to sell alcohol with conditions

Wood-Mode completing abandoned orders, planning to hire workers

Iglesia Católica

A year later: Pennsylvania report on Catholic sex abuse still making an impact

Nearly 600 priests, lay people have been publicly named in Pa. sex abuse scandal


Bill Cosby’s lawyers seek new trial at Harrisburg hearing, testing limits of #MeToo-era justice

Ciavarella again turns to Supreme Court

Police seek suspect after Planned Parenthood vandalized in Wilkes-Barre

Teacher arraigned on sexual misconduct charges stemming from Pa. Capitol field trip

Biker club member fatally gunned down; rival club suspected: Pa. cops

2 dead in shooting near Dauphin County movie theater

Pennsylvania inmates and correctional officers share a common pain: suicide


New group forms to speak up for Scranton School District

School tax bill mailing details announced by Luzerne County

Architects also relied upon by area school districts

August is the deadliest month for football players, and it’s not because of injuries

Noticias locales

Wilkes-Barre’s expenditures under budget so far

Scranton reaches agreement with newspaper

Former Scranton licensing director paints grim picture of time serving with Courtright

Lackawanna County takes steps for eminent domain in Dickson City

Why is policy needed to do right thing?

Dunmore mayor requests signs barring ATV use

Archbald to close borough offices Wednesday for council president’s funeral, seeking temporary replacement

City council to vote on wage tax hike

Hazle Twp. OKs pact to study indoor rec site

Housing development proposed in Buffalo Township

Reading City Council OKs taking over former Dana South site

Proposed Exeter ordinance would limit consumer fireworks displays to 1 hour

Embattled Allentown police Chief Tony Alsleben resigns, clearing way for fifth chief in four years

Noticias nacionales

NRA board member, a star in the sports shooting world, resigns

Analysis shows 2020 votes still vulnerable to hacking

2020 Census ‘listers’ have to verify millions of addresses. Look for them in your neighborhood.

Gas natural

Huntley & Huntley meeting set for Tuesday on Allegheny Township Marcellus well


Casino promised a badly needed I-76 on-ramp in South Philly. Now it wants to do a U-turn.

This Philly summer camp teaches girls how to do construction

Man, 19, shot in legs at Center City SEPTA station

Olney neighbors: Woman arrested for attacking daughter with knife was ‘a good mother’ but under stress–20190812.html

New windows, lighting at Northeast High part of $23 million energy makeover at Philly schools

Kensington man guilty of trafficking, abusing women in his house

I-295 bridge contract favored Philly unions despite millions in added cost, lawsuit says

Utility shutdowns can be a disaster. Here’s how to avoid them. | Opinion


Daughter recalls mom fatally stabbed at Downtown bus stop as tenacious, caring

Port Authority tries playing classical music to calm tensions at Wood Street Station

Parents unhappy with school closures at St. Raphael, St. Sylvester

LGBTQ elders lift each other up through coffee, conversation and community

Walkway around Highland Park reservoir to close for security upgrades

Disaster loans still available for Allegheny County flood victims

Noticias del Estado

Pa. judge rules police can’t search vehicle that smells of marijuana if driver has medical card

Over 40 tornadoes have been confirmed in Pa. and N.J. this year. No, that is not normal.

Pitt-Greensburg presentation will focus on ‘going solar’ with a community co-op

Berks deputy sheriff accidentally shoots himself in the leg

Non-union Pa. state government worker files class-action lawsuit demanding refund of union fees

Pa. Auditor General calls for more training, closer scrutiny of district judges

Fortnite world champ swatted at Pennsylvania home

PA officials are getting ready to sort through your trash and recycling

When hunting, trapping seasons start in Pennsylvania


Consolidation is coming for the self-driving vehicle industry. Will only three firms reach the finish line?

Kingston Twp. bridge closed since 2006 to reopen with limited access

Sans Souci construction to continue into September, but only a temporary fix

Gas prices could continue to fall despite OPEC production cut talks, analyst says

Airport plans new, larger hangar

DEP officials get earful at hearing on proposed Slate Belt sewage-sludge treatment plant


Toomey, Keller introduce Eric’s Law in Congress

‘Eric’s Law’ would give prosecutors a second chance at death penalty

Trump overhauls endangered species protections

Casey challenges lawmakers to take a stand on gun safety