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Pashinski hosts hearing at LCCC on community college affordability

Program would help students pay for community college

Fitzpatrick calls for Rockhill Quarry closure ahead of Friday news conference

Wheatley introduces new bill to legalize recreational marijuana, expunge certain records

Pennsylvania is a big, important state. Why doesn’t its primary date reflect that?

Game Commission member, sportsmen rep clash at hearing on Saturday start to deer season

Yudichak says NEPA legislators will keep fighting state facility closures

Picking a running mate: State moving to change lieutenant governor selection


Pier 1 stores in Ross, Washington among hundreds set to close

Sheetz, Wegmans named to Fortune’s 100 best employers list

Texas company to close Dauphin County distribution center

More than 300 people could be laid off at Letterkenny Army Depot


Key evidence in Wilkinsburg mass shooting case never made it to jurors

Prosecutors ask judge to impose deadline on mental disability defense in synagogue massacre case

4 more grads make it through Westmoreland drug court

Law enforcement heavy in Hazleton area on Thursday

Drug busts fill prison to overflowing


Pa. teachers air ideas, issues with state science education standards, unchanged since 2002

Strong economy fuels drop in college students seeking grants, PHEAA reports

At packed meeting, Northeast Intermediate parents question what led to school’s closure

Welding offers options to Northern Westmoreland Career and Technology Center students

Hazleton teacher cited for taking video at school in effort to prove fidelity

I-LEAD tells Pennsylvania auditor general it has no intention of closing

Berks County high school students compete in STEM competition

King’s College signs agreement with Diocese of Scranton

Kutztown University gets federal grant for summer programs


A new poll of 2020 swing states shows just how important Pa. will be

Mike Bloomberg’s rough first debate outing came just as Pa. Democrats were giving him a close look

In Pa., non-voters lean to Trump, new study shows

Rust Belt manufacturing has seen ups and downs on Trump’s watch | Purple States

Locals get on ballot for Democratic, Republican national conventions


Coronavirus hasn’t hit Pa., but health officials must prepare for the unknown. Here’s what’s happening.

Excela Health challenged by ‘disrupters’ in health care market, CEO says

Pace of new NEPA flu cases slows

‘I honestly didn’t think I’d be here.’ Melanoma patient cancer-free after immunotherapy trial at LVHN

Noticias locales

Delco OKs $5 car fee for infrastructure improvements

Free dental exams for children offered Saturday at Berks Community Health Center in Reading

ACLU sues over Jim Thorpe traffic stop

Public Square, fountain, subject to clean-up in anticipation of election year scrutiny

City officials start with Public Square fountain in effort to spruce up ahead of 2020 election

Politics by county’s numbers Ratings agency exposes prior administration

Your Call: Are Lehigh Valley towns actually recycling or have Chinese tariffs ended local programs?

Noticias nacionales

American women seek more than $66M in damages from U.S. Soccer Federation in lawsuit filed Thursday

Malcolm X drew his ‘best crowd’ then died in a hail of gunfire 55 years ago


Philly schools overpaying charters millions of dollars for special-education students, district says

‘Stop giving us excuses’: Philly’s City Council and new police commissioner hear pleas to end surging gun violence

A Philly Art Museum boss hit his workers. They complained. He kept his job for two more years.

Philly’s Democratic Party wants to be a 2020 money player. First it had to balance its books.

Philadelphia tobacco retailers down by 20% three years after new city regulations

Rent control and homeowner protections urged for Philadelphia amid gentrification

In a plan for a safer, vibrant 52nd Street, worried West Philly neighbors see gentrification looming

Hahnemann University Hospital’s owners agree to buy ‘tail insurance’ for former residents

Get ready to move your cars, Philly: Street sweeping will include parking restrictions this year

Reading Terminal Market manager leaving to become Rep. Evans’ chief of staff

We need to make sure our history isn’t history | Editorial


Pitt football, men’s basketball hit with NCAA coaching violations

Doyle calls for resignation of Allegheny County Dems chairwoman

Two projects aim to advance Pittsburgh’s shift to innovation economy

Pittsburgh zoo has been in violation of its lease for 5 years

Pittsburgh firefighter charged with sex offenses involving a minor

Elimination of bus stops finalized for 88 Penn, 48 Arlington routes

Port Authority looking to refinance bonds to lock in 2.3% interest rate

Judge dismisses most serious charge against ex-girlfriend accused of stabbing Terrelle Pryor

Tony Norman: Allegheny County Dems are more like the Flintstones than dinosaurs

Pittsburgh’s Brother’s Brother Foundation sending 450,000 surgical masks to China

Parents, students lament closing of St. Maria Goretti Catholic School in Bloomfield

Map lets you track your flush to the ALCOSAN plant

Ton of meat, cheese donated to Pittsburgh food bank will serve 10,000 meals

Noticias del Estado

‘Shut down Berks!’: Philly allies of detained migrant families say it’s time for Pa. center to close.

Food security for Pennsylvanians could be in peril with food stamp changes, groups fear

Several local fire departments get clean reports after state audits

‘It’s re-victimization all over again,’ clergy abuse victim says of Harrisburg diocese’s bankruptcy

Bankruptcy court could force Catholic Diocese of Harrisburg to disclose secret archives of clergy sex abuse

Bambera: No bankruptcy for Scranton Diocese

Diocese of Scranton seeks dismissal of sexual abuse lawsuit

Census Bureau finds PA divorce rates declined over the last decade

As cost of living rises, Pennsylvanians fight to make ends meet

Little League teams from California to Pennsylvania ban ‘Astros’ nickname after cheating scandal

Steve Chronister’s new offer in Grandview racism complaint might help city kids


Editorial: Berks must keep fighting for road funds

PennDOT rejects, for 4th time, phase 2 of Sinking Spring revitalization project


Toomey concerned that use of impeachment against Trump will normalize it