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State Sen. Santarsiero opens district office in Tullytown

It’s time for Pa. to raise its minimum wage, and lift so many out of poverty | Opinion

Editorial: Schwank has good idea on fireworks issue

Pa. should pass 5G legislation to lead in wireless tech | Opinion


El gobernador Tom Wolf ordena una revisión del estado tras los abusos en las escuelas de Glen Mills

Gov. Wolf’s tax proposal could fund trail improvements at French Creek State Park, officials say


Amazon to open fulfillment center in Findlay promising 800 jobs

Amazon warehouse project to bring 800 jobs to Allegheny County

Benefits of Clairton Coke Works settlement agreement debated at public hearing

U.S. Steel settlement agreement met with praise, criticism

Chester plant slapped with $750K fine for years of air quality violations

Who owns the marijuana company shut down this week by Pennsylvania?

From UPMC to Wood Mode: Thousands of people were laid off in Pennsylvania in the first half of 2019


West Mifflin police ID woman caught urinating on produce in Walmart

Former AG Kathleen Kane to go free Wednesday

Ex-Attorney General Kathleen Kane set for release from jail Wednesday

Ex-AG Kane set for release from jail Wednesday

Former Chester County school resource officer had ‘inappropriate’ relationship with teen, DA says

Clergy sex abuse victims have until midnight tonight to register for program

York, Lancaster lead nation in number of fatal overdose charges, data shows


Recovery plan details academic improvements, end to ‘social promotion’ in Scranton

Transparency itself form of recovery

State investigators seek information on Scranton principal

School tax bill mailings delayed again; aftermath of cyber attack

Holy Cross High School to suspend football program

Dinner for Kids program expanding to W-B school

How do you teach a kindergartner what to do when a shooter opens fire in school?

These states have the largest amount of student loan debt. Where does Pa. rank?


After complaints, Fayette County GOP takes down dartboard pasted with pictures of Democratic ‘Squad’

New voting machines arrive in Beaver County


Republicans don’t have a Plan B if the Affordable Care Act is struck down. And Pa. will suffer | Opinion

Noticias locales

State clearance expected soon for stormwater fee-funded projects

Spruce Street Park reopens in Wilkes-Barre

Goal for Plymouth lemonade seller reduced through discounted price

Rafting trip brings police, teens together on Lehigh River

McAdoo seeks sidewalk grant

Harrison takes another step in year-long battle to tear down blighted buildings

Hyde Park fire department names honorary chief, dedicates new equipment

Norwin library to host PUC consumer help program

Reading boy whose dad drowned trying to save him near Atlantic City plans to step in and help his mother, as his father always had

DELCORA employees upset about potential sale to Aqua

Noticias nacionales

California’s new election law requiring tax returns to be disclosed is called ‘just plain dumb’ by GOP

Crisis de los opiáceos

Opioid epidemic cost Pennsylvania criminal justice system $526 million, Penn State researchers say


How opioid painkillers became big business in a Philadelphia neighborhood already ravaged by drugs

Why Philly’s traffic lights still aren’t synchronized — and won’t be anytime soon

How slow-to-act Philadelphia came to pass some of the most cutting-edge worker laws in the nation

Philadelphia officials, including Mayor Kenney, visit supervised injection sites in Canada

Ex-Eagles star LeSean McCoy ordered to pay $55K to Philly cop over 2016 Old City nightclub brawl

FSD Pharma removes doctor who left Jefferson’s marijuana center over sexual harassment

What Philadelphian made his own prosthetic thumb out of silver? This guy. | We The People

‘We failed’; Philly DA’s Office apologizes to man imprisoned 28 years for a wrongful murder conviction

At Philly’s Parking Authority, ‘family values’ need to get the boot | Editorial

On top of everything, the PPA is a family business now — and Daddy’s got to go | Mike Newall

Gentrification displaced my family from Point Breeze | Opinion


Allegheny County launches landslide portal with maps and other guidance for municipalities

Three Rivers Regatta canceled; board and city officials blame event promoter

Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Regatta canceled amid money, insurance concerns

‘We stood up for ourselves’: A deep dive into Tuesday’s Pirates-Reds brawl

Citing heavy rains, city lags on providing free lawn mowing promised to elderly, vets and disabled

Apostle of the streets: Rev. Sheldon Stoudemire yearned to save others

New Allegheny County GOP chair’s past tweets show support for voter fraud conspiracy theories

Noticias del Estado

Bottled water tainted with PFAS? New England testing raises alarm

The retiree hosts who help keep Pennsylvania’s state parks running

Attorney general drops charge against suspended Aliquippa assistant police chief

Bucks County trash hauler tripled prices with little notice, new report on consumer complaints says

Pence is heading to Pennsylvania again to tout Trump’s trade pact

Guns and suicide risks the focus of roundtable discussion

AG Shapiro lobbies for gun safety, mental health help

Berks taxpayers may soon have to pay for constables’ firearms training and certification

Amish upset by Pa. township plan to require buggy registration, horse diapers and rubber horseshoes

Beaver County lacks overnight shelter for homeless men


Chestnut Street bridge over the Schuylkill to close for a year

Renew smartbridge program

Speed cameras coming to work zones on Interstate 78 in Berks County


Key takeaways from the debate: Should Democrats go big or get real?

Democrats debate how to win: Liberalism of Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, or pragmatism?

Watching debate, local Democrats like what they see

A top Pentagon nominee denies sexual assault allegations

Lawmakers reach deal for $3 billion to repair ailing bridges

Rep. Scott Perry takes middle ground on question about Trump’s comments: ‘I lament the discourse I hear from both sides’

Unable to get into Rep. Scott Perry’s town hall, group protests outside it