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As counting grinds on, how solid is President-elect Joe Biden’s projected victory in Pennsylvania?

Philly elections officials are getting death threats as Trump targets the city

Trump lawsuit seeks to block certification of votes in Allegheny, Philadelphia counties

Trump campaign asks rural Pa. federal judge to block certification of election results

Pa. lawmakers back Trump’s refusal to concede, seek lawyers’ help to challenge results

Do Trump’s legal challenges have any hope of changing Pa.’s election results? A look at the suits he hopes can do it.

Pennsylvania Democrats may have saved Biden by knocking the Green Party candidate off the ballot

We asked nine legal experts about Trump’s latest lawsuit challenging election results in Pennsylvania. Their verdict: Dead on arrival.

Westmoreland debates how to count mail-in ballots that arrived minutes late on Election Day

AG William Barr OKs election probes despite little evidence of fraud

Luzerne County Election Board accepts nearly 1,500 more ballots

Provisional ballots push Luzerne County vote total over 150,000

State, counties meet challenge of unique election

Here’s what Biden’s win, elections mean for Pa. seniors | Ray E. Landis

MAPS: The counties that pushed Biden to the presidency in Pa.

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pa. Health Secretary: Fall coronavirus surge likely is not over

Levine warns of more deaths if COVID-19 cases keep rising

Latest COVID-19 data is ‘sobering,’ as Pa. reports 6,300 new cases over the weekend

With thousands of new infections a day, Pa. says the surge hasn’t peaked and N.J. sets new restrictions

Allegheny County adds 530 new covid cases in 2 days

Coronavirus cases in Bucks, Montgomery spreading at same rates as in spring

Coronavirus shows no sign of slowing down as Berks County reports 164 new cases over 2 days

Montgomery County in ‘substantial’ level of coronavirus transmission

Norwin area covid cases up almost 10%

Washington Township nursing home sees outbreak of covid-19

Chester closes City Hall after COVID-19 outbreak

Officials fight COVID-19 outbreak at Beaver County Courthouse

As race intensifies, Pitt remains committed to developing a covid vaccine

U.S. allows 1st emergency use of a COVID-19 antibody drug

Biden’s COVID-19 task force includes physicians from Philly and Princeton with long public health resumes

UPMC study: No clear benefit using hydroxychloroquine to treat covid


With election results unresolved, General Assembly delays internal leadership elections

Help for an ailing industry


Giant Eagle hiring 600 people for holiday season

Rite Aid unveils ‘Store of the Future’ in Northeast Pennsylvania

Agriculture secretary: Pa. industry will need 75,000 skilled jobs in the next decade

Pennsylvania expands period for backdated unemployment claims to 52 weeks


Hazleton police receive training for use of body cameras

Northern Berks Regional Police Department to disband

Rash of shootings in Harrisburg due to gangs: police

Man dies after he and three others are shot in Allentown Sunday


As COVID-19 cases rise, Pa. doesn’t plan statewide school closure but is advising some to go remote

More schools may close as COVID-19 numbers rise in counties north of Pittsburgh

North Hills reports 6 new covid cases, no instructional changes planned

School districts mull options as Westmoreland coronavirus rates inch down

Are schools going remote now that Lancaster County has reached ‘substantial’ community transmission? Not quite

Emmaus and Parkland high schools to be closed this week because of coronavirus cases

Proposed Scranton School District budget includes 3.9% tax increase

On firm financial footing, St. Joe’s says it is open to partnerships and wants to add programs

King’s Athletic Training Education program to become masters degree

Noticias locales

Cognetti announces increased funding for police training, addresses public posting of confidential police investigation

Blankets of Hope helps get Berks County kids off the floor and into beds for a good night’s rest

Reading confirms new managing director

Reading reintegrates redevelopment authority with community development

Bill Hastie, last survivor of Knox Mine Disaster, dies at 101

COVID-19 relief on minds of Wilkes-Barre mayor and city council

Frati: 25% raises to 7 Wilkes-Barre DPW workers were necessary


Some say police should have shot Walter Wallace Jr. in the leg. Police say that wasn’t an option.

Philadelphia continues its ‘fragile’ economic recovery with jobs, foot traffic, and home sales gaining strength

1 dead on Kingsessing double shooting

Suspect in slaying of Philly transgender woman arrested in Los Angeles

Man, 37, killed by hit-run driver on Roosevelt Boulevard

Lawyer says man in Hummer with QAnon stickers outside Philly vote count never threatened or intended violence

A West Philly activist facing arson charges in the burning of a police car is released from jail

At holiday time, donations to many food charities aren’t keeping up with pandemic-fueled need

Philadelphia names Seth Shapiro as heir apparent as PGW chief

For progressives who helped elect him, Biden’s victory is a doorway, not a destination | Opinion


Peduto angles to avoid layoffs in Pittsburgh budget proposal

Peduto: Without federal aid, Pittsburgh will cut over 630 jobs

Fore! Golf is headed to Market Square

A shelter-in-place order at Pitt renews unease about COVID-19 and Thanksgiving

African American-owned art gallery Blaqk House Collections in Pittsburgh vandalized

Man critically wounded in McKeesport stabbing

Man hospitalized after Larimer shooting

Man dies in Brighton Heights shooting

Christmas tree delivery set for Pittsburgh’s City-County Building; traffic restrictions expected

Noticias del Estado

Pa. Dept. of Military and Veterans Affairs creates statewide outreach initiative


One road project finished but another continues on Verona Road in Penn Hills