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Work on Pa.’s road, bridge projects given the green light to continue for now

Pennsylvania Republicans say Gov. Wolf commits to keep PennDOT projects going; administration sees ‘potential’ to avoid halt

Pennsylvania GOP lawmakers continue election attacks, promise report on ‘sizable irregularities’

Statehouse Republican groups cling to baseless election claims as lawmaking and legal chances fade

Precedent set as state officials get no pay raise

If Florida can raise its minimum wage, Pennsylvania can, too | Opinion

Pa. doesn’t have to choose between good jobs and a healthy environment | Opinion

Republicans silent on report of Pa. senator’s positive COVID-19 test

Senate Republicans silent as another lawmaker tests positive for COVID-19

Second Pa. Republican senator tests positive for the coronavirus

Argall in quarantine after contact with COVID-positive colleague

Threatening primaries, Trump supporters make one last pitch for Pa. Republicans to block election results

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Levine: Pa. has reached ‘concerning milestone’ in covid-19

With rising hospitalizations and Thanksgiving over, officials warn public not to travel in December

More Pennsylvanians hospitalized with COVID-19 now than during spring peak

Pennsylvania coronavirus update: 4,268 more cases on Monday; hospitals and intensive care units ‘strained’

Pittsburgh-area hospitals limit visitors as COVID-19 cases increase

Allegheny County’s new covid case numbers recede slightly

104 new COVID-19 cases in Luzerne County

Berks adds 82 coronavirus cases

Coronavirus continues to spread in Montgomery County

COVID cases skyrocket in November

Holiday reporting lags as new COVID-19 cases drop

2 Luzerne County nursing homes see large COVID-19 outbreaks

National Guard providing covid-19 assistance at Twin Lakes Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Unity

White Haven Center reports death from COVID-19

Nursing homes in Hazleton, Jenkins Twp. see large COVID-19 outbreaks

Gardens at Tunkhannock nursing home battling surge in COVID-19 cases, deaths

Many adult day service centers will close without state funding for virtual programs | Opinion

Scott Atlas resigns as Trump’s coronavirus adviser after months of feuding with White House health officials

Yes, you can get covid twice; don’t be alarmed, scientists say


Wolf vetoes GOP-backed bill on limiting COVID-19 liability


Receiving pandemic assistance funds? You may be asked to repay the state

The ease of online shopping makes Cyber Monday the year’s busiest shopping day

Local businesses struggling to hire new employees

VF Outlet in West Reading to close, signaling the end an era


Luzerne County prison gym will soon be equipped to house quarantined inmates as needed

Geo reports prison C.O. died of coronavirus


Police: Man shot in the face in Pittsburgh’s South Side


State: Decision to close schools to remain with local districts as coronavirus cases surge

Study: Students falling behind in math during pandemic

‘We have dealt with COVID and quite frankly COVID won,’ says Temple football coach Rod Carey


Voters want clarification on 9th District race

Westmoreland elections board certifies more Nov. 3 ballots — but not 344 in undated envelopes

Wisconsin, Arizona certify Biden wins in presidential vote


Report on 2019 care shows higher-than-expected mortality rates at 2 local hospitals

Higher-than-expected death rates at central Pa. hospitals highlighted in report

St. Mary nurses, hospital set to resume negotiations

Noticias locales

Judge approves Scranton payroll tax, but imposing it uncertain

Cognetti appoints Judge Scranton fire chief

UGI lowering natural gas costs

Talks to continue on Wilkes-Barre’s 2021 budget

Controversial Mountain Top Watch group resumes recruiting

Cold weather shelter program returns to Westmoreland County


Philly hunger relief group Philabundance lost nearly $1 million in cyberattack

Controversial tax abatement bill pits Philly building trades unions against concerns for immigrant workers

City legislators to hold hearing on changes to 10-year tax abatement, 1% construction tax on Tuesday

‘I feel stuck’: Philadelphians struggle with the effects of unemployment on mental health

Judge clears mall-owner PREIT’s restructuring plan with lenders, clearing path out of bankruptcy

Philly Tech Sistas wants to diversify the tech scene in Philadelphia and beyond

Mayor Jim Kenney’s administration prioritizes Philly renters in latest spending plan for federal coronavirus aid

Penn’s $100 million to Philly schools is no permanent substitute for PILOTs | Opinion

Without advocates in City Hall, Philly’s small businesses are unfairly expected to white-knuckle it | Opinion

Safer at Home vs. Christmas Village: A tale of two City Halls | Opinion


Allegheny County receives over $1.2 million to provide emergency cold-weather shelter to homeless population

Gun rights coalition, Allegheny County residents sue over shutdown of county’s firearms division

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Tony Norman: Abandon hope all ye who enter Allegheny County Jail

Noticias del Estado

Feds speed sale of Three Mile Island unit amid state concern about decommissioning


Rail hopes switch tracks