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Pa. Democrats call for investigation of GOP state house colleagues’ role in Capitol siege

As Pennsylvania drug crisis worsens, state government and Lehigh Valley-area coroners disagree on number of deaths

Chancellor’s plan reflects era, reality

Stewart Greenleaf, longtime state senator from Montco, has died

Former Pa. Sen. Stewart Greenleaf dies, hailed for pursuit of criminal justice reform

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Philly, State College and Lancaster ZIP codes still lead Pa. in new COVID-19 cases this week

New cases in Montgomery County and at Penn show the coronavirus variant is spreading across the Philly region

COVID-19 vaccine distribution getting worse in Luzerne County

Four cases of U.K. coronavirus variant confirmed in Montgomery County

COVID-19 UPDATE: U.K. variant found in Allegheny County

UK covid variant detected in Allegheny County, officials say

Westmoreland County adds 84 covid cases, 3 deaths

Local COVID-19 death rate drops sharply

More than 10,000 Berks County residents have completed COVID vaccinations

Facilities can appeal DOH reports, department spokeswoman says

COVID-19 and the courts: How innovations keep Pa.’s legal system running in a pandemic

Congress tees up $767M in COVID aid for Pittsburgh-area governments as relief measure advances


Pennsylvania outlines launch of COVID-19 relief program with grants up to $50,000 for restaurants, other hospitality businesses

More businesses cited by liquor control for violating COVID rules, including defying shutdown order

Former Queen City restaurant in Reading to become medical marijuana dispensary

Pennsylvania, federal officials reach $7.6 million settlement with American Zinc Recycling in lawsuit over pollution from Palmerton plant


Feds appeal release order for ‘bullhorn lady’ accused in Capitol riot

Police shooting of a sword-wielding man is under investigation in Montgomery County

Editorial: Shootings in Reading cannot be overlooked


Southmoreland School District continuing probe of teacher in connection with racist post

St. Joe’s and University of the Sciences have proposed a merger


As John Fetterman enters Pa.’s Senate race, could he be the future of U.S. politics? | John Baer


Pennsylvania residents are more worried than ever about health care costs, survey finds

Flu season takes a mild turn

Noticias locales

Jessup housing development to create nearly three dozen lots, townhouses

Descendants ask Berks County Court to block warehouse atop 18th century graveyard

Schuylkill River Trail section where bicyclist was shot is the focus of safety project

Want to hike 35 miles on the longest day of the year? The Rachel Carson Challenge is on for June

Fork Over Love distributes 800 meals purchased from local restaurants

WB/Scr. Penguins and Arena Board modify lease to salvage hockey season

Kingston Twp. police investigating ‘insensitive and racist’ post

Irwin Council: Masks are optional at future meetings

Nicole Ziccarelli announces bid for Westmoreland County district attorney

NJ development company pitches ambitious plan to revitalize Allentown’s Front Street corridor, Lehigh riverfront, Buck Boyle Park

Williamsport agrees to make City Hall more accessible for those with disabilities

Gas natural

Report: Shale gas boom counties saw little growth in local jobs, income

DEP should revoke permits, explain itself


Black Philadelphians aren’t getting their fair share of COVID-19 vaccines. Faith leaders and hospitals are hearing a call to fix that.

When Danielle Outlaw was chief in Portland, Ore., police ‘escalated tensions’ by using force against protesters, report finds

Should Philly use the Linc as mass vaccine site? It’s now a political fight.

Amid the COVID-19 economic slump, some Philly businesses are giving back

Hungry as a child, this Philadelphia woman now uses her own house as a food pantry

Kensington faces a new challenge: Luxury development. Can a woke developer mitigate gentrification? | Inga Saffron

Black women coalesce around embattled police commissioner

Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium to tighten requirements around vaccine distribution

Philly cop expected to be fired after crashing into a home at 70 mph while drunk, injuring couple, killing dog

Made in Philadelphia, the ‘first modern computer’ is celebrated on 75th anniversary

More voices needed on reopening Philly schools, including Mayor Kenney’s | Editorial

Think Philly’s FOP ‘accountability’ bonus makes no sense? Not in this upside down world. | Helen Ubiñas

Michael Nutter: As violence surges in Philly, we need to prepare kids for the worst | Opinion


Pittsburgh’s civil rights agency wary of Peduto’s change to hairstyle law after city police officer wants to grow beard

Debate continues over city’s role in Pittsburgh’s ‘educational emergency’

Pitt extends SAT, ACT test optional polices through fall 2023

A taste of honey: Southern-style restaurant may help kickstart new vision for Station Square

City Council moves forward with plan to open talks with school board

Joe King, Pittsburgh’s longtime firefighters union president, dies

YWCA Greater Pittsburgh to use $20M from MacKenzie Scott to address racial, gender inequities

Plane drives off taxiway at Pittsburgh International Airport, everyone off plane safely

Remembering the implosion of Three Rivers Stadium 20 years ago

Pittsburgh food bank’s Green Grocer now offers produce delivery service

V Foundation grant goes toward children’s cancer research at UPMC Children’s

Neighbors, friends raise money to help displaced tenants of South Side fire

Noticias del Estado

PennDOT driver license, photo centers closed through upcoming holiday weekend

This ‘dead creek’ runs orange with acid mine discharge, poisoning the Susquehanna


Rural Pennsylvanians feel stranded as commercial airline access continues to disappear


‘If not for Donald Trump’: Pa. Congresswoman Madeleine Dean links riot to ‘actions of a desperate president’

Trump impeachment trial video shows vast scope, danger of Capitol riot

The view from Trump lawyer Bruce Castor’s Montgomery County: ‘It’s embarrassing’

U.S. Sen. Bob Casey is back in the Senate majority. What he hopes Democrats can achieve