Seleccionar página


GOP lawmakers say Pa. Gov. Wolf is out of bounds in calling for no high school sports until 2021

Mullery asks utility commission to deny water bill hike

Lawmakers looking to make online raffles legal during COVID

Make cyber ed school district core function

I’m an LGBTQ leader. Losing allies is not good | Opinion

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Break quarantine, risk legal action, Pa. warns people exposed to COVID-19

Pa. wants to expand coronavirus testing but faces a shortage of supplies and lab result delays, Wolf and Levine say

Gov. Wolf says other states with coronavirus surges are causing Pa. test result delays

Pa.’s COVID-19 testing capacity increasing, but processing delays undercut progress

COVID-19 update: Allegheny County reports 100 new cases, 12 more hospitalizations

22 new COVID-19 cases, 1 new death in Luzerne County

35 new coronavirus positives for Berks County

Westmoreland adds 9 new covid-19 cases, no deaths

Nine additional COVID-19 testing sites added across the state

‘Everyone’s fearful of exposure’: How families and daycare centers balance children’s needs with virus risks

Pennsylvania’s not on NY quarantine list, but some Southern Tier officials still worried


Gov. Wolf recommends no high school sports until 2021

Gov. Wolf’s recommendation to postpone high school sports gets mixed reactions

Wolf recommends delaying school, youth sports to January 2021

Berks athletic directors react to Gov. Wolf urging high school sports to be delayed until 2021

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf recommends no high school sports until after Jan. 1, catching PIAA, school officials off guard

Reaction to Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s surprise announcement on high school sports: ‘It hurts. It hurts a lot’

As 90,000 Pennsylvanians await unemployment checks, the state’s tone deaf response is just another glitch | Editorial


PNC Bank will terminate all credit insurance on consumer loans

Restaurants back down from ultimatum, request meeting with Gov. Wolf

First Commonwealth Bank to close 29 locations, including 4 in Alle-Kiski Valley

General Dynamics provides answers about Medico acquisition


North Hills OKs plan to begin classes online only for first 5 weeks

New Kensington-Arnold delays start of school year to Sept. 8

Upper Darby goes all virtual for fall school opening

More schools move to virtual openings amid pandemic

State teachers union president urges Bucks County to change social distancing guidelines

‘We are not medical professionals’: When it comes to testing for COVID-19, Lancaster County schools say it’s beyond their control

Riverside teachers union claims hybrid plan ignores teacher input

New look at W-B Area construction shows major progress

What does Reading School District’s reopening look like?

Career Technology Center of Lackawanna County approves hybrid mix of in-school and online home-based education

Former New Ken-Arnold superintendent kept on as ‘consultant,’ gets a year’s pay in severance agreement

EDITORIAL: School districts need help to find a new normal

School prohibits wearing pajamas for online classes: report

Lincoln U. board unanimously authorizes negotiations on a new contract for ousted president

Texas Tech women’s basketball coach Marlene Stollings fired one day after report of abuse


Remote devices monitor cardiac patients at home, but not everyone can afford them

Noticias locales

O’Hara, Etna residents can take advantage of county program to fight blight

Upper Burrell Supervisors shelve proposal for a fire tax

Anti-racial profiling ordinance lacks support for approval by WB Council

More questions on Mackey restraint

Prominent civil rights activist calls for justice for Shaheen Mackey

Rally to support Wilkes-Barre police scheduled for this afternoon

Westmoreland leaders say covid-19 grant awards will take longer than expected

State reimburses Westmoreland for some voting machine expenses, talks to start Friday on finding next elections bureau head

Harrisburg residents want review board over police, but state law doesn’t allow it

York City officer’s resignation letter takes aim at mayor, police commissioner

Local attorney banned from courthouse for suspected COVID-19 exposure


Starting Sept. 1, Philly employers can no longer ask job applicants their salary history

Philly mail delays are raising alarms about the 2020 election: ‘This is a huge problem’

Retired Philly cops want to ‘counter-punch’ George Soros for boosting Larry Krasner in the 2017 DA race

Philadelphia Museum of Art workers have voted decisively to unionize

Everybody Eats will give away free groceries in Southwest Philly on Saturday

West Philly block struggling with drugs, gun violence where 6-year-old was shot

Free internet coming for 35,000 Philly families: city, schools, Comcast to spend $17M on digital equity plan

Philly needs free AC and other tools to beat brutal heatwaves | Opinion


Port Authority may struggle with staffing to meet return to full bus service Aug. 23

Pittsburgh Public Schools now recommending no fall contact sports

Pittsburgh Public Schools plans to postpone fall sports in City League

Peduto sends letter to Congress, advocates for bills that help entertainment venues stay afloat

Mayor appoints new city treasurer

Burgh’ers Brewery creates ‘Black is Beautiful’ beer, helps Urban League

Controller audit reveals issues with city, Parks Conservancy contracts, revenue sharing

Pittsburgh Promise to allow gap year for students affected by COVID-19

Keep Market Square vibrant

Allegheny County Jail oversight board to review how inmates are disciplined

Noticias del Estado

Deadlocked Pa. panel rejects Peco proposal for COVID-19 bill relief for low-income customers

This PUC rule on utility shutoffs unfairly impacts Black and Brown people. It must be repealed | Opinion

Pain and questions linger 15 years after six Alpha Company guardsmen from Philly area were killed in Iraq

For Pa. and N.J. law school graduates, bar exams will be held despite COVID and questions about the testing ordeal.

How have 55 acres been saved every day since 2010 in Pennsylvania?