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Pa. Republicans propose election law changes as anxiety builds over mail voting

Group of Pa. GOP lawmakers seek “suspension” of state emergency management law

GOP senator wants mask decisions made locally

Pass Toohil’s bill to track rape kits

Argall tests negative for virus; in self quarantine

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pa.’s positivity rate for COVID-19 tests keeps decreasing; most N.J. schools are choosing hybrid reopenings

Montgomery County has ultrafast COVID-19 test results thanks to an emerging nutritional fad

Thousands allowed to bypass environmental rules in pandemic: AP report

Allegheny County’s covid positivity rate has dropped 3 percentage points since mid-July

11 students, 5 employees test positive as Pitt provides COVID-19 results

COVID-19 Update: Pa. reports 426 new cases, 1 more death

Westmoreland County reports 9 new covid cases, no deaths

No new COVID-19 deaths in NEPA

Berks County’s coronavirus cases continue to climb; 33 new cases reported

Montgomery County records fourth lowest coronavirus positivity rate, behind Lehigh, Chester and Bucks

Coronavirus cases show fourth straight week of decline in Chester, Delaware counties


Pennsylvania to jobless: $300 checks from feds could be weeks away

Health care providers request governor, DOH to ‘better protect Pennsylvanians from the health effects of shale gas development’

Accelerated hypocrisy


Pennsylvania hemp industry remains uncertain as harvest approaches

Former Jeannette hemp processor leaves behind empty building, unpaid fine, jilted workers

The top 25 employers in Berks for 2020 show coronavirus resilience

Local gyms seek to strike balance in age of COVID-19

Talen Energy officials assessing 13-story turbine building at Martins Creek power plant badly damaged in overnight fire

Locked out of the economy: Unemployed workers face mounting fiscal, emotional stress

Hundreds of well-paying, high-demand jobs need to be filled yearly in central Pa., state says


Woman who killed FBI agent files for compassionate release after contracting COVID-19


If a student tests positive for COVID-19, here’s what schools will do and what parents should know

Teacher at Central Dauphin elementary school tests positive for COVID-19: district

Cumberland Valley decides it will close a school for 1 day if positive COVID case turns up there

Luzerne County Schools get nearly $3.4 million in COVID-19 grants

DOH: Non-compliance to school mask guidance will have consequences

Scranton Prep suspends activities after ‘likely positive’ case of COVID

Valley View suspends fall sports after student-athletes’ possible exposure to COVID-19

Central teachers union: Reopening doomed to fail

With plenty of space, Catholic schools open 5 days a week

WPIAL schools have until September to make fall sports decisions

Declaring teachers ‘essential workers’ means nothing without giving real support | Opinion

Guest commentary: Education solutions during pandemic

Temple resumes classes, with far fewer students on campus

King’s, Wilkes students head back to class

Penn State students won’t be disciplined for East Halls, fraternity parties if they get tested


Republicans line up to endorse Biden over Trump as GOP convention kicks off

5 takeaways on how Pennsylvanians see the presidential contenders, coronavirus response, and voting logistics

Luzerne County preparing for mail-in voting


How microaggressions in health care hurt minorities

Noticias locales

Scranton investigating computer systems after finding ‘anomaly’

Berks Commissioner Christian Leinbach will self-quarantine after attending event with Congressman Dan Meuser

Reading Holiday Parade and Fire + Ice Festival canceled because of coronavirus

New Bucks NAACP committee focuses on race in education, policing

Upper Darby sanitation back to full strength after coronavirus quarantine

Hazleton council considers doubling fireworks penalty

Noticias nacionales

Kenosha, Wis., protesters again clash with police after a Black man was shot in the back by officers

Court finds parts of anti-riot law violate free speech


Philly restaurants got the green light for indoor dining at lower capacity. Do owners think it’s worth it?

SEPTA malware attack has stifled operations and exasperated frustrated employees: ‘I think about quitting every day’

Judge to rule Tuesday on whether city can clear out Parkway homeless encampment

Targeting Kensington drug organizations, Pa. attorney general announces 35 arrests

To stop shootings, young people say Philly must confront the ‘status and money’ guns can bring


1-year-old boy dies after Spring Hill shooting

Pittsburgh councilman to introduce bill that restricts facial recognition use

Community shows division over Hamlet’s contract renewal with PPS

Preservation group objects to removal of items from closed Allentown church

Pittsburgh LGBTQ Coalition announces continued activism, will organize Pride 2021

After Delta dissolves, other LGBTQ groups plan to hold Pittsburgh Pride in 2021

Hotel out, condos back in at prime Mount Washington site next to Mon incline

One critical after Uptown Pittsburgh shooting

Noticias del Estado

Protest marcher shot in Bedford County as group walks from Milwaukee to DC

A rural Pennsylvania prosecutor who supported Black Lives Matter was reprimanded by the GOP

A census undercount hurts Pennsylvania and our growing Latinx population | Opinion


$25B mail delivery bill passes House, but likely to falter; Pa. Republicans rebuke push for aid

Conor Lamb: Who really wants to defund the police?

House panel rejects ethics complaint against Cartwright

Casey proposing WPA-style national jobs program