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21 ways Pa. lawmakers changed your life for 2021 and beyond

Good decision by Fidelity, but by state?

Sen. Mastriano is endangering our communities in a pandemic | PennLive letters

Coronavirus - COVID-19

COVID-19 update: State reaches another grim milestone, as deaths surpass 15,000

Pennsylvania becomes 7th state to top 15K coronavirus deaths

Allegheny County attributes low number of new covid cases to limited testing

Westmoreland County adds 258 new covid cases, 7 deaths

Berks County adds 17 more COVID deaths

Pennsylvania coronavirus update: 3,779 additional cases reported as Gracedale to begin vaccinations Tuesday

COVID-19 vaccinations begin for Pa., N.J. nursing home residents, but logistical hurdles still loom

Covid vaccines arriving at Pennsylvania nursing homes

Over 120 nursing facilities in Pa. to administer COVID vaccine this week

Westmoreland Manor residents, staff start receiving coronavirus vaccine

New COVID-19 cases down, but restaurant restrictions stay for New Year’s

COVID-19 is making ER physician burnout worse than ever. Jefferson, UArts researchers seek ways to help.

Pandemic hits home for Allegheny Valley Hospital physician and his wife

Unemployment benefits and one-time checks: What to know about the new stimulus in Pa.

Fla. senator accuses Anthony Fauci of lying about masks, herd immunity during Twitter rant


Thousands of Pa. workers may have to wait several weeks for unemployment benefits to resume

Pa. preparing for federal pandemic unemployment extensions: L&I

State says federal jobless aid could be delayed several weeks

Unemployment cash won’t be curtailed despite late Trump signature, official says

Some local restaurants continue to defy Gov. Wolf’s pandemic restrictions

Fired Tyson boss says COVID office pool was a ‘morale boost’

Already facing citations, Danko’s again reopens gyms despite shutdown order

Specialty truck manufacturer coming to Schuylkill County

The Westy Bar & Grill, one of 10 Berks restaurants defying state closure order, temporarily shuts down due to COVID case


Bucks County investigators are seeking clues in the Christmas Eve killing of man in Bristol Township

Luzerne County records 16 homicides in 2020

Ciavarella seeks ‘compassionate release’ from prison

27 new positive inmate coronavirus cases at Westmoreland County Prison

Pa. Dept. of Corrections recognizes staff members for adapting to COVID-19 restrictions


Teacher’s unions ‘hypocritical’ to blame schools for COVID-19 violations, local solicitor says

The list: Pittsburgh-area school districts extend remote learning as COVID-19 cases surge

In central Pa. school district, the debate over Native American team nicknames comes home

Will college students rally against inferior remote teaching? | Opinion

Pitt coach Jeff Capel recounts his trying experience with COVID-19

Mother on hunger strike says she will continue pressing Duquesne for answers in son’s death

Noticias locales

Scranton mayor refuses to sign city’s amended 2021 budget, objecting to council’s changes

Study looks at patterns of racial segregation, poverty in NEPA

COVID makes fundraising harder, but Berks County nonprofits figuring out new ways to help those in need

Reading Downtown Improvement District issue sets off shouting match at City Council meeting

Editorial: Decision to end Reading’s DID program poorly timed

Latrobe eyes 2% hike in residential garbage rates

‘It looked like a choppy river’: South Allentown homeowners contend with sinkholes, flooded properties after water main break ravages neighborhood

‘It’s a great job:’ York County Judge Michael Bortner to retire after more than 17 years

Judge issues order allowing DELCORA sale to Aqua

New Britain Township woman named 2020 Bucks County Poet Laureate

Noticias nacionales

Ohio police officer fired in fatal shooting of Black man

Religion, abortion, guns and race. Just the start of a new Supreme Court menu

Nueva Jersey

N.J.’s cannabis industry is set to take off. Who can play? What do employers need to know?


20 years later, families remember those killed in Philly’s worst mass shooting

Philly DA says bodycam footage of fatal police shooting in Kensington should not be released as probe continues

I’m a Mummer. If our culture doesn’t change, I’ll quit. | Opinion

Philly nonprofit wants students reading at grade level by age 8. But it needs volunteers

Climate change is affecting us all, increasingly those of us in Philadelphia | Opinion

In Philly, organizations partner to assist minority-owned businesses in applying for federal funding


Penguins defend accepting $4.8 million loan through pandemic-related government loan

Court approves $200M settlement in Scaife trust fund case

Black, police-accountability orgs announce ‘concrete commitments’ from Peduto on reform

Helping restaurants and the needy

Some in Pittsburgh’s South Hills waited days for city snowplow, councilman says

Pittsburgh council creates fund for controversial parks tax

PWSA: Forklift pulled from Strip District sinkhole caused by water line break

Noticias del Estado

DEP approves permit for Tri-County Landfill In Mercer County

Freed announces resignation as U.S. Attorney for Middle District

Pa. advocates hail federal judge’s order halting Trump’s anti-LGBTQ executive order

Lancaster County projects get more than $12 million in state grants, including $2.5 million for Rock Lititz

State awards $4M in grants to Cumberland County projects, including Allenberry, West Shore Theatre

State awards $5M in grants in Dauphin County, but skips project at former Bishop McDevitt school

Biden and Harris know energy development is a winning issue in Pennsylvania | Opinion


2021 should mean smoother rides in the Lehigh Valley as PennDOT focuses on paving projects


House overrides Trump’s veto of defense-spending bill, OKs increased $2,000 direct payments

Biden warns of Trump officials’ ‘roadblocks’ to transition