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State senator representing Berks County to introduce plan to help save PennDOT projects and jobs

Hoping to promote civility in Pa. House, lawmakers form unique bipartisan caucus to work through their differences

Pa. GOP legislative leaders pledge to look into concerns about 2020 presidential election

Pa. legislators say they’ll investigate election but can’t convene early or appoint electors

State Rep. O’Mara, capital pay tribute to Delco’s Malinowski a year after firefighter’s death

Branded for life; it’s wrong

Data systems not up to emergency

Piano-playing Pa. reps put up Christmas tree in Capitol building at night

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pa. reports 11,000 new cases of COVID-19 in one day, and asks public to help protect hospitals from filling

Staffing shortages threaten Western Pa. hospitals

COVID-19 Update: Southwest Pa. hospitals could see staffing shortages in a week

COVID-19 surge puts Harrisburg region hospitals on brink of staffing crisis

Pa. hospitals are running out of ICU beds and health care workers as COVID-19 cases soar

‘A significant concern’: Some Pa. counties have run out of ICU beds; daily COVID cases top 11,000

St. Luke’s and LVHN say they are OK as Pennsylvania coronavirus surge leaves some counties without ICU beds

Record 362 new COVID-19 cases in county, death toll tops 300

COVID-19 hospitalizations hit record high

Pa. sets coronavirus pandemic record with 11,406 new cases in a single day

Hazleton spared on day of record spike in COVID-19 cases

Pennsylvania’s Capitol Complex to close for covid concerns

Pa. lifts some COVID-19 restrictions on energy marketers, but door-to-door sales is still a no-no

Eastern Pa. companies partner in development of ingestible vaccine

A COVID-19 vaccine that you drink? That’s what a company expanding in Allentown is working on

Westmoreland County sees record 400 new covid-19 cases, surpasses 10,000 total cases

Valley Points YMCA closes Allegheny Valley branch after positive covid case

Among first acts, Biden to call for 100 days of mask-wearing


Moosic location of ShopRite opens its doors in former Kmart

From big screens to circuit boards: Former Sony plant in Westmoreland County gets $2.25 million state grant for possible expansion

Lackawanna County employers benefit from $96 million in pandemic aid

Woman fired for medical marijuana use appeals dismissal of lawsuit

Stores, businesses on frontline of mask mandates


A new Bucks County program aims to pair police officers with social service workers

Bucks County pilots a ‘humanity-based’ policing approach with social workers

Former DeSales University priest indicted on child porn charges, allegedly collected images of children being ‘tortured’


A 2-year-old boy was shot in the head in a Bucks apartment and his father is charged in his death

Teen fatally wounded in North Philly shooting

Pittsburgh police: Man in stable condition after being shot in Arlington neighborhood


Pa. school districts will face higher pension costs in 2021-22

‘It’s not boo-boos and Band-Aids’: COVID-19 thrust school nurses onto the frontline

Greater Nanticoke Area furloughs aides, cleaners, cafeteria workers

Scranton School District plans $74 million in capital improvement projects

Reading School District closes administration building due to coronavirus

Drexel receives $9 million gift to establish new center on racism and health


Supreme Court again asked to block Biden win in Pennsylvania

Luzerne County Election Inquiry Committee takes a heated turn


New sportsbook with sports pub opens at Pa. casino


AHN nurses featured in new Marvel comic book: ‘The Vitals’

Noticias locales

Blighted no more, Lackawanna County Land Bank and NeighborWorks mark completion of vacant lot cleanup

Scranton Mayor Cognetti self-quarantining

Berks County gives five grants to Main Street organizations

Berks County officials push for direct relief in next coronavirus stimulus package

Westmoreland County to award additional pandemic grants

Lower Merion moves forward with new “Health in all Policies” policy

South Wilkes-Barre safer with completion of flood-control project

Wilkes-Barre budget kept off agenda, still the focus of city council’s meeting

Wilkes-Barre mayor orders more COVID-19 protocols, restrictions

Matzie: Nearly $210,000 in funding awarded to support region’s museums county historic societies


Facing a grim budget, Philadelphia School District may need to lay off employees

Philly schools form virtual gender and sexuality alliance

Jefferson Health will help test travelers for COVID-19 starting Friday at Philadelphia International Airport

Philly’s Eviction Diversion Program shows some early success

Report: Center City retail is being decimated by the pandemic. ‘It’s horrible.’

Say goodbye to your favorite restaurants. There’s no relief coming. | Opinion


PennDOT delays six Allegheny County projects worth $15.5 million to $28.5 million

Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese pays $19.2 million to settle 224 clergy abuse claims

Allegheny County passes 30,000 coronavirus cases

Pittsburgh ranked among top cities for LGBTQ inclusivity

Pittsburgh museums receive state grants for support during pandemic

10% of City of Pittsburgh’s employees are in covid quarantine, officials say

Pittsburgh council tweaking covid-related sick leave legislation before final vote

EPA grant will go toward electric Port Authority buses in Allegheny County

Allegheny County Jail announces new programs to expand access to books, technology

Noticias del Estado

Pa. approves Peco plan to offer hourly rates to encourage customers to shift energy use to off-peak periods

Show your support for Pennsylvania to join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative | PennLive letters


Putting more food on more tables is job for Congress | Editorial–20201204.html