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Guest commentary: Pennsylvania mail-in ballot law up to 2020 challenge: By Sen. Lisa Boscola

Coronavirus - COVID-19

First coronavirus vaccines are administered in Pa. and U.S., with thousands more on their way, as nation’s death toll hits 300,000

Who is next in line to get the covid vaccine?

UPMC administers 1st covid-19 vaccines in Pittsburgh

St. Luke’s network, Geisinger prepared to receive COVID-19 vaccine this week

Local hospitals should receive vaccines this week

St. Luke’s, LVHN prepared for first COVID-19 vaccine shipments

Berks hospitals will receive COVID vaccine this week and next week in first phase of distribution

Pennsylvania to get more than 100,000 vaccine doses

Many of nation’s long-term care facilities with most coronavirus deaths are in Pennsylvania, including two in the Lehigh Valley, data shows

COVID-19 test site in Kingston busy, but not for general public

Westmoreland County adds 666 new covid cases over 2 days

Clarks Summit rises to the top in new COVID-19 cases

Montgomery County’s coronavirus positivity rate continues to surge

COVID hospitalizations reach 168 in Berks County as more than 500 new cases are reported


Jobless workers have spent months waiting to get paid Pandemic Unemployment Assistance benefits: ‘It’s a nightmare’

I can’t get my Pennsylvania Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) benefits. What can I do?

Dozens of Pennsylvania restaurants and gyms remain open as health secretary begs businesses: ‘work with us’

Some Pennsylvania restaurants say they will defy indoor-dining ban, trade group says

Schuylkill restaurants open for indoor dining despite restrictions

Restaurant owner sues Braddock mayor, claims defamation

FedEx Supply Chain to hire 50-plus positions in Hazleton

Should stores stop selling masks in Pennsylvania? | Opinion


Covid cases on the rise at Westmoreland County Prison

Inmate gets 50-to-100-year sentence for attempted murder of troopers in Indiana County

Police on hunt after city convenience store worker shot ‘in cold blood’

Berks County detectives opened fire on a vehicle suspected to be involved in a shooting Friday afternoon

Berks County detectives investigate killing in South Heidelberg Township home


Study: PA shorted poor school districts with federal COVID aid


‘Ticket-splitting’ voters in Bucks County show it’s the most competitive Philly suburb

Mailed ballots, tight deadlines caused a crunch for Pa. elections officials. Now, comes the reckoning.

Electoral College makes it official: Joe Biden won, Donald Trump lost

Pennsylvania electors cast their votes for Biden

As Electoral College meets, Trump’s effort to subvert it could have lasting effect


Interest is lively at deadline for ‘Obamacare’ sign-ups

We’re future OB-GYNs. Pa. needs to drop its support for ‘crisis pregnancy’ centers | Opinion

Noticias locales

Some traffic stops in Scranton end in free meal vouchers rather than ticket

Dunmore passes budget with $374,000-plus deficit

Reading passes 2021 budget and raises real estate tax 2.5%

3 dead, 4 injured in horse and buggy crash with dump truck in Lancaster County

Harrisburg City Council approves 2021 budget that creates 18 new police jobs


Philly’s COVID-19 hotels for homeless people are shutting down over loss of federal funding

Stressed by too much screen time, these Philly high school students staged a protest

As shootings soar, Philly Police and DA pledge a new collaboration on gun crimes

Philly Police identify 50-year-old Feltonville man shot and wounded by an officer last week

Superintendent Hite’s grades slip in latest school board evaluation

Free internet access available for some now struggling to afford it, city says

Shaming exhausted parents for their kids’ school attendance issues is misguided and unfair | Opinion

Savvy Philly property mogul has pulled off eye-popping flips. Some now want to see him in court.

Philly survived COVID’s first wave, with tough losses. How do we survive the next one? | Opinion

As homicides rise, Philly police must quit the lip service and start building community bonds | Opinion

Philadelphia aims to bring Black and brown advisers into next city master plan


Trib Total Media announces $1 million Shop Local Marketing Grant program

‘Stop the Violence Fund’ shifted from Pittsburgh police budget after outcry

Crack’d Egg flouts shutdown as deputies quarantined for dining, taking photos with owner

412 Food Rescue helping restaurants feed the hungry this winter

Greater Pittsburgh Food Bank celebrates 40 years of feeding the hungry

Pittsburgh’s Menorah Parade traveling an alternate route

Police: Man shot and killed in Penn Hills

Covid quarantines in Allegheny County jail raise nutrition, staffing concerns

Noticias del Estado

Loyalhanna, Buffalo creeks in the running for Pa.’s 2021 River of the Year, chosen by public vote

New Pennsylvania report calls on hunters to stop spread of chronic wasting disease

Gun sales in PA skyrocket amid a year of political chaos, riots and more time to hunt


Attorney General Bill Barr is resigning, will leave before Christmas, Trump says

Pa. Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon pushes to make intimidation of elections officials a federal crime

Two regional reps disgrace themselves