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Frustration over lawmakers not wearing masks brings Pa. House action to a short halt

Reinventing Pa. state government: House panel looks at merging eight agencies into four

Town hall focuses on PA election system’s triumphs, challenges

Judicial districts are a bad idea

Corporate action on insurrection could encourage Philadelphia and Pa. reforms on ethics | Editorial

State Rep. George Dunbar elected caucus chair

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Wolf blames feds for short supply of COVID-19 vaccines

Wolf frustrated with covid vaccine supply in Pennsylvania

Gov. Wolf acknowledges Pa. in ‘middle of pack’ for COVID-19 vaccination, says it’s not good enough

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf says state needs millions more COVID-19 vaccine doses from federal government just to complete current phase: ‘A big concern’ for all states

Amid vaccine shortage complaints in Philly and elsewhere, Biden promises a ‘wartime effort’ and doses for 300 million

We will catch up’: Pa. officials urge patience as vaccinations lag and deaths climb

Vaccine doses coming to Pa. hospitals ‘don’t match up’ to increased demand, health leaders say

Biden administration to boost vaccine supply to states amid shortages

Allegheny County’s most recent vaccination appointments filled for age 65 and older

New Allegheny County covid case averages compare to November numbers

Westmoreland County sees lowest number of new reported covid cases since October

91 new COVID-19 cases reported in county on Tuesday

Montgomery County records 8 more coronavirus deaths; death toll reaches 1,125

Luzerne County had 9th highest rate of COVID-19 hospitalizations in spring

January becomes the worst month for COVID in Berks County with 172 deaths

Westmoreland creates website for vaccine info

Scranton police and firefighters receive vaccinations, but some decline

Employee claims all but one resident of Kadima nursing home has COVID-19

COVID-19 much deadlier than regular flu for Pa. patients, new report finds

Some health experts say two masks are better than one


Pandemic drives business support for paid leave, study finds


School guard charged with sex assault on underage student in Delco


CDC study: Schools mostly safe to open with proper precautions

‘I’m on my own’: Teachers, schools struggle amid ongoing COVID-19 crisis

Students use social media to share stories of racism at central Pa. high school, demand change

Chris Kelly: Frustrated mom and scrambling school district doing best they can

Liberty boys basketball team suspended for three days for violating mask rules

Netflix founder gives $3 million to Robert Morris University for minority scholarships


Pa. overdose deaths likely to increase because of pandemic disruption

Berks County drug deaths in 2020 eclipse record set in previous yea

Noticias locales

Scranton gets $50,000 grant from Appalachian Regional Commission for economic development plan

Allentown firm to conduct comprehensive Nay Aug Park pool study

Reading Parking Authority selects new leadership

Berks County commissioners approve buying electronic poll books

Taxes rising in 13 Luzerne County municipalities

Insurance for LCTA board members raises questions

County council OKs tax break for massive Hazleton commercial project

Noticias nacionales

Pursuing racial parity in home appraisals


City Council wants answers as questions build over Philly Fighting COVID partnership, handling of vaccines

Legal observers sue Philly police, alleging brutality at Walter Wallace Jr. protests

A Philly private school got COVID-19 vaccines for its teachers. Then its clinic was canceled.

An appeals court upheld a campaign finance conviction for Bob Brady’s onetime political guru

As he faces a reelection challenge, Philly DA Larry Krasner will release a memoir

What’s actually in Philly Fighting COVID’s privacy policy?


Pandemic-battered Downtown Wyndham Grand Hotel could be sold, owner says

Allegheny County meets all federal air quality standards for first time

All Allegheny County air quality monitors meet federal standards, a first in 2 decades

Allegheny County Council votes down hazard pay push for jail officers

Pittsburgh Planning Commission approves Alcosan, Mt. Washington school projects

Pittsburgh officials condemn Jan. 6 Capitol attack

Noticias del Estado

Twenty Chester County Devereux staffers allegedly harmed children — or kept quiet about the abuse — since 2018. The company says it’s continuing its reforms.

Ways to detect, deter, and stop abuse at licensed childcare facilities

Bantam Jeep Festival set to return; State awards organizers $40,000 for new Butler site

Pa. receives bad grades for tobacco prevention, especially among kids


Study: Teen drivers and speeding continue to be a deadly combination

PennDOT official alerts Berks County of plan to toll bridges and roads

PennDOT plans to toll major interstate bridges in need of repairs. Will Lehigh Valley motorists be affected?


For immigrants, relief and hope with new administration

Pa. Rep. Madeleine Dean on prosecuting Trump’s impeachment trial and why he can still be convicted

GOP largely votes against holding Trump impeachment trial

A federal judge has barred Biden from enforcing a 100-day deportation ban

Lawyer says Pelosi laptop hasn’t been recovered from Pennsylvania suspect

Scott Perry should go