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Gov. Wolf’s pitch to legalize marijuana to close coronavirus budget gap divides lawmakers: ‘Utterly irresponsible’ or ‘legitimate?’

A vital rental assistance program is riddled with problems as Pa. prepares to resume evictions

Wolf spars with Legislature over claim that he can’t extend eviction moratorium

California foundation pushing for Pennsylvania to lease toll roads to private operators

Take new look at leasing PA Turnpike

Hockey players, parents urge state to change indoor sports regulations

Union members join industry groups to rally against state caps on power plant emissions

Lancaster County elections officials back Pa. Senate proposal to give them more time to open mail-in ballots

Here’s everything Libertarians like Russ Diamond get wrong about mask-wearing | Bruce Ledewitz

Pa. legislature has a chance to put people over politics – but it’s not what you think | John Baer

Guest commentary Pennsylvania’s fiscal future

Coronavirus - COVID-19

The Justice Department is mulling a civil rights investigation into COVID deaths at Pa. and N.J. nursing homes

Lawsuit: Former Monroeville nursing home administrator says officials gave state wrong data on COVID cases

COVID-19 mobile response unit coming to Wilkes-Barre

Expert: Young people spreading coronavirus now

COVID-19 Update: Allegheny County’s total cases exceed 10,000; health director reconsidering crowd limits

Westmoreland County adds 15 new coronavirus cases

No new COVID-19 deaths in NEPA, 19 new cases

Berks County new coronavirus cases dip slightly as 27 new cases are reported


Wolf admin. touts coronavirus procedures, services for families amid back-to-school season

Pennsylvania restaurants need 50% capacity to reopen | Opinion

State leaders loosen childcare restrictions as families balance work, online learning

Gisele Fetterman gets personal about her medical marijuana use


‘Diners, Drive-ins and Dives’ revisits Kelly O’s and Starlite

Worker injured in gas line explosion at Belle Vernon landfill

Unemployed? You may get an extra $300 a week through FEMA grant to Pa., N.J.

State police issue 21 warnings related to COVID-19 regulations: police


Montgomery County jail inmate dies from the coronavirus

At least 15 gunshots fired in Sherman Hills on Tuesday night


Despite past success, Pa. may not be able to track spread of COVID-19 in schools, officials say

How are school buses keeping kids safe from COVID-19? ‘Drivers have a lot on their plate’

First day of school amid a pandemic: Dallas opens doors

Second Derry Township teacher tests positive for COVID-19: district

Northeastern confirms intermediate school staffer has COVID-19

School districts report confirmed COVID-19 cases in central Pa.

Nearly all WPIAL schools are planning to participate in fall sports

Reading High School student-athletes plead with the school board to reinstate fall sports

Students share responsibility


Biden is still beating Trump in Pennsylvania, poll says — and most of his backers are really voting against Trump

New poll shows Biden up and viewed more favorably

Latest poll finds Biden still leading Trump among Pa. voters, who also like Wolf’s pandemic response

Trump narrows gap with Biden in Pennsylvania, according to Franklin & Marshall College poll

State, community groups work to expand voting access for Pennsylvania’s Spanish-speakers

U.S. officials: No signs of foreign targeting of mail-in vote

All polling places to be open Election Day across Westmoreland County; crush of mail-in ballots expected

Barletta working at convention, could consider running for governor


UPMC tops $11B in revenue in first half of 2020

Noticias locales

Backlash to comments about police brutality cements Lehigh County judge’s decision to retire: ‘I felt betrayed’

County council still divided on merits of Mackey review

Wilkes-Barre suspends tire and electronic drop-off, receives too much junk

Noticias nacionales

NBA, WNBA, MLB and MLS teams boycott games to protest Jacob Blake shooting

NBA playoff games suspended: What they’re saying and more


Philly protesters call for justice for Jacob Blake: ‘Now is the time to take to the streets’

Philly is about to get $10 million for mail ballot drop boxes, early voting, and raises for poll workers

The Sixers are targeting Penn’s Landing for a potential new basketball arena

Transgender woman says she was beaten in her Point Breeze home and called slurs

Philly is hiring workers to help with late trash pickup. But even that is delayed.

In Germantown, a housing development, a Colonial graveyard, and the playground that wasn’t

NAACP takes control over Philly chapter after its president’s anti-Semitic Facebook post, backlash

Ruth Bader Ginsburg will receive this year’s Liberty Medal

Philly school district shouldn’t have to pay Comcast a dime to get kids online | Opinion

Philly’s smaller businesses are underperforming those in other big cities, report finds


Special restaurant inspection team continues to target businesses breaking COVID-19 rules

Pittsburgh Public Schools board renews Hamlet’s contract

Pittsburgh’s school board reappoints superintendent for 4-year term

North Versailles woman killed, man injured in Homewood shooting

Allegheny County Common Pleas Judge Mark Tranquilli suspended without pay

Peduto: City’s health plans will cover in vitro fertilization in 2021

Pittsburgh to cover the cost of infertility treatments for its employees

Public will get chance to voice opinions on future of Columbus statue in Schenley Park

Get aht, yinz! Rankings indicate Pittsburgh accent among ‘ugliest in all of America’

Allegheny County officials consider easing coronavirus restrictions

Pitt bars 8 students from campus for violating covid-19 guidelines

Noticias del Estado

A Montgomery County teen’s murder is just one tragic example of relationship violence among young people

Pennsylvania’s chief Supreme Court justice faces an ethics inquiry over an alleged racial insult

Berks County farm families disappointed but resigned to virtual Farm Show 2021


$6.3M in PennDOT work underway in Kingston, Forty Fort


Sen. Casey plans infrastructure, jobs package as area’s construction industry warns of cuts

US Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., proposes a new New Deal to fix infrastructure, spur job growth