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Pot legalization bill draws bipartisan support in Pa. for the first time

For the first time, legal weed gets Republican senate support in Pa.

Senators reveal bipartisan plan to legalize weed, expunge records in Pennsylvania

Census data delay could push back redrawing of Pa. legislative districts, 2022 primary

Opponents of gerrymandering are recruiting a citizen army as Pennsylvania’s 2022 redistricting approaches

Experts: Parts of redistricting process can still happen without census data

Pa. Legislature looks for path forward on redistricting, reapportionment, following census data delays

Pa. National Guard could assist in COVID-19 vaccination distribution

Republicans say Gov. Wolf is trying to sabotage ballot question on emergency declarations

Pa. GOP leaders accuse Wolf of setting up ballot questions on emergency powers for failure: ‘This wasn’t a mistake’

GOP lawmakers accuse Wolf admin of trying to fix results of ballot question limiting governors’ emergency powers

Pa. GOP leaders blast Wolf administration’s ballot question language as ‘clearly slanted’

‘Tom Wolf Toll Bridge’? Pa. lawmaker proposes to rename I-83 bridge after governor

Bill to rename Eighth Street Bridge for fallen PennDOT worker passes in Senate

Rep. Warren looks to help boroughs in new role

Former state Rep. Kevin Haggerty arrested on credit card fraud charges

Employers are fleeing California, and not coming to Pennsylvania | Opinion

Pa. once had a near-miss with Texas-sized deregulation. We have to remember our history and be on guard | Ray E. Landis

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pa. tops 2 million vaccinations; Guard may join effort

Volunteer-run website aims to help people in Pa. schedule COVID-19 vaccines

Pa and N.J. averaging lowest new case numbers since November

Allegheny County officials ask for vigilance as 3 cases of UK variant identified

Allegheny County reports 24 new covid deaths, 250 more cases

Montgomery County reports 14 coronavirus deaths, 125 new positive cases of virus

Local providers receive over 14,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses this week

AHN covid vaccination clinic targets marginalized patients in New Kensington

WellSpan Health and York County announce plans to open mass COVID vaccination site in York

State DOH rebukes Geisinger over employees’ kin skipping vaccine line

Pa.’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout is climbing to ‘meh’ | John Baer

A call to nursing homes to be part of Wolf’s vaccination task force | PennLive letters


New coronavirus grants for small Pa. businesses aim for inclusivity, but can’t track success

Peco parent Exelon plans to separate into two firms: ‘Our customers expect us to continuously innovate’

Clinton County beef processing company with 350 employees says DEP order has forced it to close


A Delco man stormed the Capitol, feds say, telling his ex only ‘a moron’ would doubt the election was stolen. She turned him in.

Chester man shot his son to death during an argument over a car, police say

17-year-old boy shot to death in north Reading

Berks County Prison Board votes to move forward with planning for new prison

Police officer charged with assault


Lehigh Valley schools reopening status: Which ones have in-person learning 5 days a week?

Scranton School District ‘pleased’ with local revenue during pandemic

Marywood takes classes all virtual because of COVID-19 spike

Home of Science Research Institute at Albright College getting a high-tech makeover


Pa. Republicans met Wednesday night to censure Pat Toomey, but came away with nothing

Mail voting withstood challenges

Supreme court ends charade, and excuses


Amid COVID-19 pandemic, flu has disappeared in the U.S.

WB General nurse anesthetists unanimously approve union representation

Lehigh Valley Health Network celebrates milestone, names hospital

Noticias locales

Scranton hopes murals make city an arts destination

End in sight for Jermyn’s Rushbrook Creek project

Reading Area Water Authority defends the city’s aging water system

Berks County sends out property tax bills early due to mail delivery delays

Editorial: Bernville rescue shows value of local fire companies

Apollo to hold in-person council meeting at new location; vacancy ordinance to be considered

GOP members name Urban Election Board chair despite charter prohibition

Councilman Stephen J. Urban appointed chair of election board; solicitor says that violates charter

State oversight board repeals rejection of Harrisburg’s 5-year financial plan


Philly Black doctors clinic outpaced the city in vaccinating Black residents, but group says there’s ‘room for improvement’

A West Philly man will be charged with raping a woman in the Center City Macy’s bathroom, police say

Man on bike fatally hit by SEPTA bus in Northeast Philly

Does the Philly school board’s public comment policy break the law? ACLU, board disagree.

Military will staff coronavirus vaccine center in Philadelphia starting next week

Promises of equity for Philly’s schools aren’t worth as much as actual money | Opinion

Financial institutions should repair their trust gap with Black communities | Opinion

The clock is ticking on solving a 5-year-old Philadelphia homicide | Helen Ubiñas


Judge rejects Port Authority’s stay request in ‘Black Lives Matter’ masks case

Federal judge denies Port Authority request for stay pending appeal on Black Lives Matter masks

Pittsburgh City Council gives nod to eviction moratorium, expects amendments next week

Citywide eviction moratorium proposal nears adoption by Pittsburgh Council

Over 160 tune in for meeting on new bike lanes proposed for Squirrel Hill, Shadyside

Omega Carter G. Woodson Academy highlights Black history education

Pittsburgh honors West Mifflin mother and daughter for saving stranger’s life

Cashing in: Retailer Dollar General to open smaller DGX store Downtown

Netflix series ‘Archive 81’ filming Downtown

Remember when alligators roamed the city? Pittsburgh council members haven’t forgotten

Noticias del Estado

Pennsylvania rye used to be famous. Can its reputation be revived?

Think you aren’t vulnerable to a Texas-sized electric bill? Here’s how to check.

Bonds, scars remain 30 years after missile struck Hempfield’s 14th Quartermaster unit in Gulf War

‘It’s with me every day’: 30 years later, missile attack that killed 13 Pittsburgh-area reservists haunts survivor

Cambria County native new director of Pa. Game Commission Southwest Region

Small pet turtles linked to Pennsylvania salmonella outbreak


Pennsylvania ranks 17th in U.S. in switching to electric vehicles


Rep. John Joyce gets White House’s ear as Biden orders review of critical U.S. supply chains

Chief: Capitol Police were warned of violence before riot