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Marijuana, natural gas tax and higher minimum wage: Pa. Gov. Wolf’s budget plan carries familiar themes

COVID-19 is changing the way state budget will be handled this year

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf will introduce his budget Tuesday. Here’s what to watch for


Delco’s new Pennsylvania senator John Kane focused on job in Harrisburg

Election season court fights have cost Pa. taxpayers nearly $4M and counting

Proposed minimum wage hike draws mixed reaction

Lawmaker wants Pennsylvania National Guard to step in as state’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout efficiency questioned

After barely surviving 2020, Pa.’s democracy might not survive the Republican effort to gerrymander the court | Editorial

Amendment mocks separation of powers

Editorial: Pennsylvania Legislature should focus on people, not politics

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Where are the shots? Reporting lags, complex logistics seen in Pa.’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout

Vaccine registration is ‘wild west’ for people without computers

Pregnant patients navigate COVID-19 vaccine information

For independent pharmacies, providing COVID-19 vaccine can be a vial of tears and troubles. But this Montco drugstore has no regrets.

St. Clair Hospital brings covid-19 vaccine to ‘thrilled’ seniors at low-income apartments

Walgreens’ vaccine rollout will be led by the only Black woman to run a Fortune 500 company

157 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Luzerne County on Sunday

Lackawanna County reports fewest new COVID-19 cases since Nov. 16

Schuylkill County judge discusses ‘humbling’ bout with COVID-19


Stress, delays, and confusion still plague jobless in Pennsylvania, and January brought little relief

Ghost kitchens creep across Western Pa., offering revenue boosts for struggling restaurants

Businesses in Lackawanna, Luzerne counties reaped $742M in Paycheck Protection Program loans

Barstool’s Dave Portnoy awards funds to Café Fresco Paxton St. after owner ‘gives Gov. Wolf the finger’


Commutation in sight, Pa. lifer Bruce Norris died of COVID-19 awaiting governor’s approval

Police: Two men killed, one wounded in W-B shooting late Saturday night

Sledgehammer, not skill, behind wave of Pa. ‘games of skill’ thefts: cops


Area school officials planning to spend COVID-19 relief funding

As schools seek to reopen, here’s what local data say about in-person classes and COVID-19

As 2,000 NEPA educators receive COVID-19 vaccine, others wait for their turn

Keystone Oaks teachers go on strike

Keystone Oaks cancels classes as teachers give strike notice

Black student group at Penn State claims Zoom call attacked by ‘white supremacists and Nazis’

With testing requirements relaxed, applications soar at selective colleges

Many colleges requiring proof of a negative COVID-19 test or quarantine for spring semester


Pennsylvania voters are about to receive mail ballot applications. Things could get confusing.

Mail ballot applications sent to 55,000 Luzerne County voters

Angela Reese, wife of Mike Reese, to run for late husband’s state House seat

2020 saw record voter turnout, but it’s 2021 when voters pick their local leaders

A former Trump Navy secretary is the latest Republican eyeing the Pennsylvania Senate race


PA casino revenue dropped $800m last year. Will customers flock back with COVID vaccines?


Less medical imaging for children of color found in Pitt national study

Noticias locales

Scranton St. Patrick’s Parade postponed

Berks County residents, medical professionals call on commissioners to establish health department

Life during covid: Greensburg Salvation Army leader continues lifeline to those who seek it

Luzerne County may receive additional compensation from developer in tax break


Philly and N.J. declare snow emergencies as nor’easter bears down, promising most significant snowfall in 5 years

Animal shelters saw a boom in dog and cat adoptions when the pandemic struck. Demand remains high.

Philadelphia deputy health commissioner resigns following Philly Fighting COVID controversy

The local Black history hidden in Philadelphia’s school names

Will Philly’s third attempt at school reopening stick? Teachers are wary and parents are split.


An appreciation: Steelers Nation’s matriarch, Patricia Rooney, remembered as ‘generous’ and ‘wonderful’

Pittsburgh restaurateurs appreciate possible aid but have more immediate concerns

Crumbling Investments: Effort by city to revitalize Homewood has resulted in lingering neglect and frustration

PPG commits $20 million to diversity and inclusion efforts over next 5 years

Patricia Rooney, wife of late Steelers chairman, remembered as ‘pillar of strength and grace’

Noticias del Estado

Pa. parks see growth during pandemic | The Numbers Racket


Study: Far-reaching economic impact of public transit supports need for $39.3 billion subsidy through 2023

PA Turnpike makes good on $337.5 million transit payment to PennDOT


Biden to meet with GOP lawmakers to discuss virus relief

Bob Casey wants Biden and Democrats to swing for the fences: ‘Go big or go home’

Cartwright promises more money for home district in new post

Trump picks former Montco DA Bruce Castor to defend him at Senate impeachment trial

Who is Bruce Castor? What we know about former prosecutor representing Trump at impeachment trial

What to know about Scott Perry, Trump’s election plot, and Section 3 of the 14th Amendment