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As state reps head for the exit, Pennsylvania lawmakers jostle for control

Editorial: State needs stronger law on cellphone use

Pharmacy Benefit Managers’ practices come under scrutiny

Lawmakers tout bill to clean up mine land

EDITORIAL: Pennsylvania should get tougher with people who use hand-held devices while driving

Frank Dermody: Let’s not turn back the clock on affordable health care

Roundtable looks at affordable housing, transit in Chester County

Pashinski announces $100,000 grant for PA Dairymen’s Association


Pa. pays off $2.8B unemployment compensation debt

Pennsylvania among states where USDA recalls over 2,000 pounds of raw, ground beef

Pa. Game Commission preliminarily approves expanding doe season, three huntable Sundays

New initiative wants Pennsylvania landowners to set fire to their woods

PIAA considers significant change for football heat acclimatization week

Hunting license sales are up, triggered by change in deer season

Gas natural

Dominion plans natural gas pipeline replacement this spring


GOP gathers amid optimism for 2020: ‘The president will bring out Republican voters’

Lessons learned from 2016, but US faces new election threats

GOP nominates challenger to face O’Mara in 165th Pa. House race

State Rep. Puskaric running for second term

Turzai endorses West Point grad, GOP conservative stalwart as his replacement

League of Women Voters Campaign School opens the toolbox on running for office


Apps, social media put teens at growing risk for human trafficking, advocates say

A Lancaster County man was charged with sexually abusing 4 girls. Where he spent the next 10 months raised questions.

My Turn: Here’s why Pennsylvania’s prison population is plummeting


Philadelphia ‘city slickers’ have received millions in federal farm subsidies over 25 years

Why is Philadelphia’s poverty rate sky high, and what can be done about it?


SWAT use on the rise in Pittsburgh, across Western Pa.

New treatment chemical helps PWSA get the lead out

National program for nonviolent criminals may soon be coming to Pittsburgh


Lehigh Valley activists join global day of protest against hostilities with Iran

Delco Council OKs $1M 911 center upgrade; total tab likely to approach $30M

Mahanoy City home rule charter public hearing draws crowd with questions

Conyngham to join in on police study

Carbon County to launch homesharing program

Area towns gearing up for census in April; working to avoid boundary, address issues

Mayor Stephen Reed

Longtime Former Harrisburg Mayor Dies At 70

Former Harrisburg Mayor Stephen Reed dies at 70

Once dubbed Harrisburg’s ‘mayor for life,’ Stephen Reed leaves complicated legacy

Stephen Reed’s dying thoughts on Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse, as revealed by Fred Clark

Harrisburg Mayor Eric Papenfuse orders flags lowered to half-staff for Stephen Reed

Stephen Reed wasn’t a crook but a visionary: Dauphin County Commissioner George Hartwick

We have Stephen Reed to thank for City Island, Harrisburg U, Restaurant Row and more

Stephen Reed loved Harrisburg Senators baseball so much, he bought the team

Critics, rivals remember Stephen Reed for his warmth, charm: ‘People still knew that he loved this city’

Whitaker Center thanks Stephen Reed for his help in establishing it as Harrisburg’s ‘Crown Jewel’

Stephen Reed ‘wasn’t afraid to change the world’: Harrisburg University’s president

Stephen Reed was dedicated public servant who put Harrisburg before himself: Former Gov. Tom Ridge