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Use of CARES funding by cyber charter schools in question

Capitol siege lays bare GOP electoral misinformation in Harrisburg

Rape survivor helped change law to remove obstacle in terminating rapist’s parental rights

Fair Districts PA fear potential change to courts could lead to gerrymandering

Keystone Mission leader praises new state law for free photo IDs for homeless residents

Editorial: Restaurants need state aid right away

Coronavirus - COVID-19

When can you get the COVID-19 vaccine? Here’s what you need to know

Hundreds of thousands of COVID-19 vaccines haven’t been used in Pa. and N.J. Here’s why, and what’s next.

Mixed progress in Luzerne County’s latest weekly coronavirus update

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

Region adds 570 COVID-19 cases, four deaths

Berks coroner reports 11 more COVID-19 deaths

Vet contractors before putting lives in their hands


Queen City Family Restaurant, a Reading landmark, closes

Security firm hiring more than 125 people in central Pa.


Harrisburg logged more killings in 2020 than in 30 years; Cumberland County homicides doubled


Scranton School for the Deaf finds success through online ASL classes

CMU team to examine autonomous vehicles for people with disabilities

Should college students be required to get the COVID-19 vaccine? It’s too early for colleges to decide

Penn professor using Nazi rhetoric, gesture during virtual conference leads to calls for ouster


Pennsylvania Republicans weigh the party’s future post-Trump

To save America, Republicans must show the way away from Trump. Some have begun. | Maria Panaritis

Barletta’s Twitter account suspended

When leaders lie, people die | Mark Singel

It wasn’t a good week for the Republic | Charlie Gerow

Noticias locales

Center that assists child abuse victims in Berks now under county supervision

Anticipating downtown redevelopment, Reading Police Department steps up Penn Street corridor community policing program

‘Free speech’ social media platform with local ties sees web traffic surge

Tarentum awards 2 contracts to tear down 16 blighted buildings

Wilkes-Barre mayor reflects on first year in office, future of the city

2020 brings increase in Westmoreland overdose deaths

Nearly $1M in state grants will address mine drainage, stormwater in Westmoreland

Noticias nacionales

PGA Championship leaving Trump National in ‘22 tournament

A day before Capitol attack, pro-Trump crowd stormed meeting, threatened officials in rural California


Philadelphia police detective subject of Internal Affairs investigation after allegedly attending D.C. rally

SEPTA’s ridership won’t rebound for a long time. Fear of contracting COVID-19 is partially to blame.

SEPTA must be able to do more than merely survive the pandemic | Editorial–20210111.html

COVID-19 vaccines have gone mostly to white Philadelphians. Here’s what the city is doing to change that.

Philly’s Fink’s hoagie shop appeals city’s COVID-19 enforcement: ‘It’s shaking me down’


Tenants and landlords ‘running out of options’ as they await federal relief

Allegheny County to allow access to virtual court hearings

The last massive vaccine rollout— for polio — started in Pittsburgh

Report: Pittsburgh eyed among threatened targets of unrest as inauguration approaches

Western Pa. officials prep for possible violence prior to Biden’s inauguration

Meet the person up next for NEXTpittsburgh

Rare sunny days wash over Pittsburgh — one of the cloudiest cities in the U.S.

Noticias del Estado

Nearly a million Pa. utility customers are past due on their bills because of COVID-19. Who will pick up the cost?

Western Pa. residents among virtual presenters set for 2nd Pa. Veteran Farming Conference


Pennsylvania Turnpike begins 7.5-mile widening project near Somerset


Pelosi says House will impeach Trump, pushes VP to oust him

Lamb makes case for Trump’s immediate removal

Sen. Pat Toomey calls on Trump to resign; Chris Christie calls insurrection incitement an ‘impeachable offense’

In wake of attack on Capitol Hill, Berks County lawmakers reflect on deadly day in D.C.

Doctor warns House members, including Rep. Scott Perry, could have been exposed to COVID-19 amid riot

Lawmakers who voted against Biden are getting denounced back home

Blood at the Capitol is the latest chapter in the brutal politics of angry white men | Opinion

Letter: Meuser and his allies bear responsibility for attack

Biden chooses veteran diplomat Burns as CIA director