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Local advocates join Philadelphia lawmaker for a discussion on racial inequities

Route 222 off ramp dedicated to Berks Marine wounded at Iwo Jima in World War II

Lawmaker aims to rename South Coatesville road after lynching victim

Killion sponsors hate crime legislation after special needs man sucker punched

World watches Pennsylvania; don’t blow it

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Anthony Fauci talks with Jefferson doctors about coronavirus vaccines, herd immunity, and how long we’ll need masks

Pennsylvania reports 1,598 new coronavirus cases, 21 new deaths

Pennsylvania coronavirus update: 1,598 more cases Thursday, including 54 in Lehigh Valley

2 more coronavirus-related deaths reported at Westmoreland Manor

54 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Luzerne County; 1,598 statewide

Region sets new high in new COVID-19 cases since April

Berks County adds 74 coronavirus cases in Pennsylvania reporting

Westmoreland County sees biggest jump in reported coronavirus cases

Wyoming Valley West High School closed Friday due to probable COVID-19 case

Dunmore School District has two confirmed cases of COVID-19

T.J. Maxx in Pittston Twp. closes temporarily due to COVID-19 cases

Greensburg City Hall closed this week due to suspected coronavirus case

Montgomery County to increase coronavirus testing capacity at four sites

COVID-19 will likely get worse in the winter, thanks to biology and behavior

Chris Christie, after week in ICU, says he was wrong not to wear mask in White House


Gisele Fetterman decides not to press charges against racist woman


Inspectors clock over 50,000 checks of Pa. bars, restaurants to back up COVID-19 efforts


Accused Tree of Life shooter’s request to drop some charges is denied by federal judge

The fatal police shooting of a man with a knife in Lancaster was justified, prosecutors say


Camel Project delivers backpacks with anti-bullying messages to Reading school

Allerdice High School history teacher recognized as Yale Educator of the Year

New Kensington-Arnold superintendent acknowledges distancing problem in 3rd-grade classes

How State College Area High School sports returned this fall

Bucks County Community College staying mostly online for spring semester

Cheyney encourages voter registration for students

Nick Saban questions NCAA rule prohibiting remote coaching from isolation


Pa. could become ‘ground zero’ for court battles on — and after — Election Day

Pennsylvania has rejected 372,000 mail ballot applications, bewildering voters and straining elections staff

Over 125 mayors across Pa. announce they’re backing Biden for president

Biden reiterates in Philadelphia town hall that he does not want to ban fracking

Donald Trump, Joe Biden go at it — from a distance — in town halls

Dueling town halls with Biden in Philly and Trump in Miami make for a 2020 split-screen moment

In this Pennsylvania town, racism ‘was quiet.’ Then Trump stoked fears of violence

Cartwright, Bognet talk Green New Deal, federal funding at chambers’ forum

A pop-up voter services center can open in Chester this weekend as Delco judge throws out legal challenge

Judge allows votes to be collected at Union stadium

Luzerne County voters take advantage of new on-demand, ballot-casting option

CNN, New York Times spotlight Westmoreland County as key in presidential race

Westmoreland County approves drop box sites for mail-in ballots

Berks election board votes to open second ballot drop box location on Monday

Attorney general candidates talk about how they would use the office to protect Pennsylvanians

More than 17 million Americans have already voted, transforming the 2020 presidential election

Lebanon County politics: In a sea of Republicans, where are the Democrats?


Average ACA health insurance rates fall 3.3% for 2021, state officials report

State urges residents to get flu vaccine as pandemic continues

Geisinger 65 Forward center to open Monday in downtown Wilkes-Barre

Noticias locales

Lackawanna County’s draft 2021 budget does not hike taxes

Keystone Mission holds 24-hour conversation on homelessness

Reading Downtown Improvement District says keeping city clean is a heavy task

Westmoreland Municipal Authority to upgrade McKeesport water intake

Mayor Brown seeks fee hike to balance ’21 Wilkes-Barre budget

State of Luzerne County employee pension fund discussed

Noticias nacionales

Nationwide coalition of prosecutors — including Larry Krasner and Josh Shapiro — vows not to enforce antiabortion laws

30-year mortgage rate drops to record low


Philadelphia’s early voting plans keep getting scaled back

‘He makes it into a joke’: For Philly COVID patients, Trump’s cavalier attitude stings

Philly florists bring beauty back to voting with public installations across the region

Philadelphia issues guidelines for winterizing outdoor restaurants

Philly region’s hot real estate market continued through September

How LGBTQ Philadelphians are casting their votes this year

Student-run Penn yearbook wants to donate some profit to Philadelphia public schools, hopes others do the same

Philly’s 10-year tax abatement and construction tax are back on the agenda. Here’s what’s different this time.

Philly Council delays tax abatement bill as lawmakers call for 1% construction impact tax


2 injured following shooting in Sheraden

Port Authority hopes to draw riders back by marketing cleanliness

Allegheny County Council committee recommends hairstyle, Juneteenth bills to general council

Pitt law school adjunct professor resigns after using a racial slur in class

Court to allow Ebonics claim in Tranquilli case

Allegheny County activates online search tool for faulty ballots

Split decision on motions in misconduct case against Allegheny County Judge Tranquilli

FestivalAFRICANA celebrates Black creatives in new virtual event series

Port Authority will purchase face masks for employees

412 Food Rescue hosting virtual concert fundraiser with Wiz Khalifa

Pittsburgh barber cutting into profit to help raise money for Lemieux Foundation

Noticias del Estado

My story, my experience make me best suited to be Pa.’s victim advocate | Jennifer Storm

Greene says ‘no’ to KKK