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New program offers emergency assistance for renters and homeowners

Gov. Tom Wolf signs a bill that makes it easier for Pa. state universities to consolidate or affiliate

Pa. builds on second-chance reforms for ex-offenders by easing employment barriers

As fireworks complaints rise, state could allow Scranton to ban fireworks

Lowering the boom on Erie’s fireworks

Baker: Senate bills will help restore confidence in police

Let Pennsylvania cities ban fireworks. Then let them regulate guns.

After weeks of nightly fireworks, it’s time to tighten Pa.’s laws | Opinion

As COVID-19 continues, expanding Clean Slate legislation will help people in need | Opinion

Religious school ruling doesn’t change issue

Our declaration of independence: Pa. wants redistricting reform. Lawmakers have failed to listen | Opinion

Coronavirus - COVID-19

GOP can’t force Gov. Tom Wolf to end coronavirus disaster declaration, Pa. Supreme Court rules

Pennsylvania high court turns down lawmakers’ bid to end shutdown

Pa. Republican leaders rebuke court decision that ‘essentially granted the governor king status’

Pa. Supreme Court throws out GOP challenge to Wolf’s COVID-19 emergency order

Pennsylvania mandates masks for anyone who leaves their home amid COVID-19 spike

New Pennsylvania mask order requires everyone to wear one whenever leaving home in certain circumstances

‘Overreach’ or life-saver? Gov. Wolf’s enhanced mask-wearing order draws mixed opinions

What we know, don’t know about Pa.’s expanded facemask order: Enforcement, dining with a mask, more

Wolf administration orders mandatory masks for public spaces

Pennsylvania makes masks mandatory — even outdoors

Public reaction split on new Pennsylvania mask mandate

Upturn in Harrisburg region COVID cases surely contributed to Wolf expanding face mask rule

Gov. Tom Wolf mandates wearing masks in public as Pa. and N.J. prepare to reopen attractions

Mask mandate: Pa. order comes amid uptick in cases

110 new coronavirus cases reported in Allegheny County, 1 death

Westmoreland County logs double-digit covid-19 cases for 3rd time this week

32 new coronavirus cases for Berks, most in a month as state numbers continue to climb

Region sees 11 new COVID-19 cases, two new deaths

Testing of Alle-Kiski Valley sewage shows no signs of covid-19

Montgomery County unveils six coronavirus testing sites

As COVID-19 cases hit record highs, nursing homes plan for visitors’ return

Family of Brighton Rehab employee sues over covid-19 death; federal lawsuit dropped

Wrongful death lawsuit filed by Beaver County nursing home employee’s family

Lawsuit against Pa. health department over COVID-19 response withdrawn

Green doesn’t always mean go: Some Lehigh Valley officials see coronavirus trouble brewing in crowded public spaces

Do you have coronavirus or a heat-related illness? Their symptoms are similar

Sen. Bob Casey and colleagues release report detailing failures at nursing homes during coronavirus pandemic

U.S., South Africa report new record coronavirus rises


State promotes programs as federal assistance winds down


A promising year for Pennsylvania’s state budget ends with a $3.2 billion thud


Citing declining reimbursements, longtime Indiana, Pa., pharmacy closes

Acme is closing another store in Lower Merion while its parent company, Albertsons, sees growing sales

Insurance brokerage relocating to Scranton


As debates over police reform rage, it’s time to end solitary confinement | Opinion

Jordan Brown, charged with homicide at 11 then exonerated, sues over ‘stolen’ childhood

Fired Scranton police officer charged with threatening other cops


These college conservatives say climate change is real. Now to convince their elders.

Lackawanna College freezes tuition, establishes scholarship

No Penn State athletes have tested positive for COVID-19 — so far


Biden tops Trump with $141 million fundraising haul in June

Coronavirus isn’t scaring Trump’s Pa. supporters away from his Republican convention in Florida

Luzerne County elections officials turn focus to November

Election board seeks new chairperson

Coalition says paper ballots key to preventing voter disenfranchisement in Pennsylvania


Geisinger 65 Forward expanding offerings, locations

‘They don’t want to see us in existence,‘ local group joins lawsuit to keep transgender health protections

Noticias locales

West Side pride wall-to-wall

Columbus statue in Reading City Park vandalized

Organizers cancel Fort Ligonier Days, plan virtual version of festival

Halcovage quits as chair, remains commissioner

Gas natural

Marcellus Shale Coalition strikes back at grand jury report blasting fracking industry


Philly police got more than 8,500 fireworks complaints in one month

Philly parents, staff’s most favored option is a return to schools this fall on alternate days, district survey finds

Coronavirus and Philly School District shutdown means thousands of kids have no camp to attend this summer

Philly DA Larry Krasner plans ‘truth, justice, and reconciliation commission’ to review harm caused by justice system

Rizzo supporters file lawsuit to take possession of removed statue

‘Robots don’t get sick’: Coronavirus could accelerate automation and hurt Philly’s low-wage workers | Inga Saffron

What’s happened so far at the encampment on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Philly’s small landlords can apply for loans to offset missed rent during the pandemic

SEPTA Key’s Travel Wallet, allowing riders to pay per trip, is coming to Regional Rail


Bar owner who planned alcohol ban protest closes business due to COVID-19 exposure

No chair needed: City board backs end to off-street parking requirement

City Council hears little public input on creating racial equity commission

Pittsburgh council poised to create LGBTQ commission, address racial divide

The battle is far from over

Allegheny County officials say coronavirus is infecting more young people

‘Ask a Black Doctor About Covid-19’ Facebook event set for Thursday

Bogen doesn’t expect decline in COVID-19 cases for weeks

Grants of $50,000 each go to five Pittsburgh arts organizations through CARES Act

Wilkinsburg mayor denies waving gun during protest in front of her home

Software company Mindera announces plans for an office in Pittsburgh

Another West Mifflin-based Port Authority driver diagnosed with covid-19

Pittsburgh officials to enforce fireworks laws, restrict large gatherings during Fourth of July weekend

Allegheny County, Pittsburgh offices to close Friday for Fourth of July

Noticias del Estado

Range of portraits tell the stories of Western Pa.’s historic figures


Cartwright announces $1.6M in federal funds for AVP

PennDOT is accepting private-public partnership proposals


Toomey measure to crack down on fentanyl imports moves forward in Senate