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Incoming state Sen. Lindsey Williams opens office in Shaler

George H.W. Bush

Thousands salute Bush’s funeral train No. 4141 on his final Texas ride

Pittsburgh’s Chris Edwards started planning George H.W. Bush’s funeral years ago

Pearl Harbor

Western Pa. trying to keep alive memory of Pearl Harbor attack

Remembering the eight local servicemen killed at Pearl Harbor

Local seaman’s family grateful for closure

Pearl Harbor: Veterans gather in Wyomissing on eve of anniversary

Editorial: Remembering Pearl Harbor and the heroism it inspired


Valmont plant to close next year

Home health care company expands to Berks

Pittsburgh Airport Innovation Campus could create hundreds of jobs

Iglesia Católica

Pa. Supreme Court’s decision to shield names of Catholic clergy is a win for due process | Christine Flowers


Judge questions jury pool to test for pretrial bias in Antwon Rose homicide case

Scranton man pleads guilty in Penn State frat hazing case

‘It’s just cruel’: Families of inmates protest Gov. Tom Wolf at Christmas ceremony


Trial scheduled in landmark Pa. school-funding case

Education-funding lawsuit with local participants finally gets trial schedule

School lunch rules OK refined grains, low-fat chocolate milk

State auditor general to Scranton School District: Get ready for another audit

St. Nicholas — not Santa — spreads message of caring, sharing at Harrison school

Crestwood admin remain on leave as bus probe continues

Harrisburg School District closed for a ‘pause’ after 2nd student’s death in 2 weeks: officials

Curriculum audit: Allentown schools need to do better for its vulnerable students

Students march in support of embattled Temple professor Marc Lamont Hill

Gwynedd Mercy University buys Merck property, doubles size of campus


Who’s lining up for Guy Reschenthaler’s state Senate seat? Everybody in town

Despite having three millionaires in the race, Pa. governor’s race didn’t break any spending records

We know about the political differences. Penn State survey finds real empathy gap between Democrats, Republican voters

Noticias locales

Luzerne County Council members call for investigation of election director’s trips

County council members want probe into election chief’s trips

Wilkes-Barre adopts $50.4 million budget

Residents blast theatre’s application for $500K state grant

Planned Parenthood finds new location

Wilkes-Barre to extend yard-waste pickup

DePasquale announces pension aid for Luzerne County municipalities

State auditor general applauds Scranton’s pension recovery

Blight battle front broadens

HCA fundraiser nets more than $90K for city police

Westmoreland recycling sites will accept live Christmas trees

Westmoreland Sheriff Held declines to testify at his public corruption trial; defense calls no witnesses

Apollo Council reverses decisions to eliminate borough manager post, hire a police officer

Commissioners vote to reopen process of selling Berks Heim

Subcontractor sues Berks property owners along pipeline for $15 million

Schuylkill Co. OKs prisoner housing pact with Centre Co.

Noticias nacionales

Comedian Kevin Hart steps down as Oscars host after outcry over homophobic tweets

Lawyer: Trump resort hired undocumented immigrants

One size never fits all: Homelessness is sometimes about addiction or abuse

Nueva Jersey

New Jersey offers ‘gift’ of tax amnesty. Is it worth it?

Crisis de los opiáceos

State to give away anti-overdose drug naloxone next week

Free naloxone to be available at Berks County State Health Center in Reading


Council approves bills for ‘Fair Workweek’ and $15/hr. wage hike

Council Oks ‘fair workweek’ bills, $15/hr wage hike

‘Good cause’ tenant protections sail through City Council

Philadelphia City Council President Darrell Clarke proposes land sales reforms, defends ‘councilmanic prerogative’

Laborers’ District Council breaks ground on $24 million training facility

The Krasner model: Could wealthy progressives upend the 2019 race for sheriff in Philadelphia? | Philly Clout

SEPTA’s 30th Street stop getting an upgrade thanks to federal grant

Brightwood Career Institute closing three Philly-area locations

Want to impact thousands but don’t have Rockefeller dollars to do it? Join a giving circle. | Ronnie Polaneczky


Pittsburgh housing advocates concerned over potential budget cuts

UPMC makes no-interest loan to Oakland land trust for affordable housing

Children’s Fund backers raised $1.1 million

We must truly transform Pittsburgh’s public schools

Retired Allegheny County police officer scores fourth-day win on ‘Jeopardy!’

Pittsburgh’s Brightwood Career Institute closes abruptly

Noticias del Estado

State doles out $6 million to airports for infrastructure, equipment upgrades

Climate change is affecting birds’ migration patterns; Here’s what Hawk Mountain researchers are doing to help solve it

Pennsylvania unveils online portal to assist people finding help with addictions


Butler County receives $20 million federal grant to finish Route 228 improvements

Airport nabs $112K state grant