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Election reform subject of many bills in Harrisburg

Case validates severance tax

A simpler plan: The case for same-day voter registration

Sen. Lisa Boscola closes Whitehall office, sets community hours

State senator takes another run at Sunday hunting in Pennsylvania

Special election set for April 2 to fill Pa. Senate seat left vacant by Guy Reschenthaler

Special election to fill Guy Reschenthaler’s Pennsylvania Senate seat to be set for April 2

The Rundown: State Rep. Jim Cox the only committee chairman from Berks County

Ed Palattella: Sonney brings much to education panel


Firm plans to build warehouse in Hazle Twp.


Data: Local ‘underperforming’ students faring better than Pa. rate

Neshaminy School District faces Human Relations Commission hearing over Redskins name

School board stonewalls needed audit

North Schuylkill, teachers union reach early agreement


Scavo throws hat in the ring for vacant 114th seat

Cierre del Gobierno

Shutdown impact could intensify as political stalemate pushes into week 3


Nurses plan forum on staffing concerns

Demolition work nearly complete for new hospital in Dickson City

Noticias locales

Stormwater fee meeting planned in the Back Mountain

So, you want to be a county council member?

Look ahead: What to watch for as the year progresses

Hillside Farms barn project making progress

MONDAY UPDATE: End in sight for long-running locomotive restoration

UniFirst buys New Kensington property, proceeds to aid new city playground

Springdale Township could face state fines for not properly testing water, failing to document

Berks County municipalities get extension on signing up for animal control services

Reading residents, organizers dissect “no snitching” culture

Neighbors shocked by 70-foot utility poles, fight electric company

Seven hospitalized over carbon monoxide leak in Harrisburg

Crisis de los opiáceos

Healthy MOMS program offers support for expecting moms struggling with opioids


South Philly dog walker killed after getting punched in park: ‘It’s really shaken the neighborhood’

Larry Krasner’s first year as Philly DA: Staff turnover, fewer cases, plenty of controversy

Removed in secret, hidden for years, Philly schools’ art collection belongs in the public eye, officials now say

Philly house where fire killed grandmother and 2 children had no smoke detectors

Philly start-up Houwzer draws $4.5M from Navy basketball great David Robinson and local investor Ira Lubert

You may be paying too much property tax. It’s up to our elected officials to fix it | Editorial

New ideas needed to attack Philadelphia’s relentless gun violence | Editorial


City officials don’t expect gun rally to cause major disruptions

Hundreds of protesters, many armed, expected to rally in Downtown Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Public Schools optimistic about reducing student suspensions

With a mission to address loneliness, the ‘Hug Train’ makes a stop in Pittsburgh

Making Pittsburgh livable, viable: 12 women to meet in 2019

County police officers honored for actions at Tree of Life

Oakmont shop’s project goes viral, makes blankets to comfort Tree of Life families

Unfounded criticism: City police officers’ moonlighting follows the rules

Mac Miller tribute fund raises more than $370K for youth programs, community-building

Noticias del Estado

Washington County gas outage ‘uncomfortable but not unbearable,’ with temperatures above freezing

Gas restored to most customers in Donora outage

Long-term care insurance premiums are rising again in Pennsylvania, by a lot. Here’s why.–20190107.html

Record rain brought pain throughout southwestern Pa.

For many Orthodox Christians, Monday is Christmas Day — a solemn, religious observance

Husband dies while trying to rescue wife from burning Pa. home

Feds nab more than 700 people in NEPA for immigration violations

DEP urges testing homes, basements for deadly radon gas

Bees star in sprawling display at Pennsylvania Farm Show


Next up: Sewickley Twp., as work continues to repair roads, landslides from 2018

Two fatal crashes raise concern about safety of intersection in fast-growing area