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Could Pa. be the next state to raise the age to buy tobacco products to 21?

Baker, others appeal ruling in fracking case

Probation, parole reforms considered

Ever-rising turnpike tax

Lawrence John: Legislation another barrier to opioid addiction treatment


Editorial: Governor’s bonds for voting machines out of bounds


A Delco auto lender wants to pay $4 million for allegedly robocalling consumers. A judge is unsure if that’s enough.

The number of retail closings announced so far in 2019 has already topped last year’s totals

They’re massive and they’re everywhere: 96 warehouses and distribution centers that call central Pa. home


Off-duty police navigate ‘gray area’ of when to intervene in potential crimes


Don’t Have Your Lunch Money? 1 Pennsylvania School District Threatens Foster Care

When is the first day of school 2019?

Erie School District to resume Welcome Home visits

A classmate exposed himself to her 7-year-old daughter. How she handled it, and what parents should do.

Small private colleges struggling to succeed

Could Penn State sell naming rights to Beaver Stadium?


The turnout gap between voters with and without disabilities grew in 2018 — representing 2.35 million people


Sports betting in Pa. boosts revenue

Noticias locales

Luzerne County pension fund on a roll

Luzerne County Council to weigh in on Geisinger’s borrowing plan

County council to choose Kelleher’s replacement soon

Standoff in West Pittston ends peacefully

Latest Luzerne County hirings released

Remembering World War II

New Steamtown boss excited to take helm

What do you want in Scranton’s next mayor?

Monday Update: Stormwater problems fixed on Dickson City hospital building site, but work remains

Protect and Defend 5K aids police academy scholarship fund

Land bank breathes life back into blighted homes

Schuylkill County prison board hires 4 corrections officers

Springdale public works employees get annual 2% raises in new pact

Reading Mayor Wally Scott reverses course, will allow LGBTQ rainbow flag to fly

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman and City Council lend their voices to Reading Pride Celebration

Reading Pride a brightly colored celebration of gender and sexual diversity

Children’s Home of Reading marks 135 years; it’s still an orphanage but that’s just for starters

Nueva Jersey

New Jersey anti-Semitism bill would limit free discussion | Opinion


These workers will pay thousands more for a hospital stay because Hahnemann is closing

On a sweltering National Ice Cream Day, Philadelphians weigh in on the city’s new anti-sugar education campaign

Commissioner Ross was right to fire cops for racist Facebook posts. But many will probably be rehired. | Editorial

Study on gentrification’s benefits for long-time residents is surprising and useful | Editorial


Port Authority to review 7,000 bus stops in hopes for improvement, but there’s a catch

Pittsburgh abortion clinics promise to carry on despite proposed Title X restrictions

Duquesne, Pittsburgh districts go door-to-door to lure students back from charters

Protesters target Mon-Oakland Connector proposal

A foundation of hope: Pilot program boasts success in aiding at-risk juveniles on North Side

Hundreds of police attend end of watch ceremony for fallen Officer Calvin Hall, badge number 4673

Final roll call for slain Pittsburgh police Officer Calvin Hall

One-man show: Why does county council give Fitzgerald free rein?

Flash flooding forces many road closures around Pittsburgh region

Free dental clinic slated at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh

Noticias del Estado

Bear bites staffer during safari tour at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort

Raw sewage was discharged into Harrisburg waterways on 150 days last year

Hit by Ransomware, one Pa. library returns to paper-only loans

Nearly 1,300 pounds of prescription drugs collected in 2019

Water World: Is water company consolidation a good deal for customers?

Former state GOP head Val DiGiorgio now out at law firm


Editorial: Progress or caution with turnpike proposal?

Outfit that runs Westmoreland County buses says it’s on the road to better service, fewer fines

Damaged road may close section of Skyline Drive in Alsace Township for weeks