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Supreme Court allows 3-day extension to count Pennsylvania ballots

U.S. Supreme Court allows 3-day extension to count Pennsylvania mail-in ballots

Supreme Court rules Pennsylvania can count ballots received after Election Day

GOP suffers a blow as U.S. Supreme Court allows 3-day extension to count Pa. mail-in ballots

Pa. can count late-arriving ballots, U.S. Supreme Court rules, report

Supreme Court allows Pennsylvania to count ballots received up to 3 days after Election Day

Top Pa. election official says ‘overwhelming majority’ of votes will be counted by Friday after Election Day

Legislation that would allow faster counting of Pennsylvania mail ballots is ‘dead’

‘It’s extremely disappointing’: Elections officials brace for long vote count as talks on reform crater in Harrisburg

All eyes are on Erie County, once-reliably blue

Trump held his own in Bucks County in 2016. But it might be slipping away in 2020.

Black voters are poised to tip the 2020 election results

Former second lady Jill Biden urges supporters to vote during drive-in rally

More than 100,000 Pennsylvanians live in long-term care facilities. Advocates worry voting will be a ‘logistical nightmare.’

1 in 6 Pennsylvania voters has a disability. Why don’t candidates campaign for their support?

Pennsylvania is getting lots of swing state attention this week; isn’t it nice to be wanted?

People are volunteering to be poll workers in record numbers in Philly and the suburbs

Republicans see bright spot in voter registration push

Commission says it will mute Trump’s and Biden’s microphones during some parts of Thursday’s debate

Democrat Tony DeLoreto challenges incumbent Republican Joe Pittman in 41st Senate District

Mullery, Chura square off in 119th

U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale meet in fiesty second debate in Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional race

Perry and DePasquale exchange words over Obamacare, QAnon at second debate

Republicans ahead of Democrats in Lancaster County, according to voter registration data

Luzerne County: New ballot-opener debuts as voters queue

In-person voting proves popular on Monday in Luzerne County

More ballot delays in Westmoreland County

About half of mail-in, absentee ballots sent by Lackawanna County have been returned

Fayette County, Pa. billboard attacking Biden misspells “dimensia”

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Wolf, Levine ask public to unite against COVID

Amid resurgence of COVID-19, Wolf says now is ‘the time to double down on our efforts’

As Pa. coronavirus cases reach April levels, officials warn about small gatherings but hold off on new restrictions

Covid resurgence is here, Pa. officials say after 14 days of new cases topping 1,000

These charts tell the story of Pennsylvania’s uptick in coronavirus cases

COVID-19 Update: Pa. reports 2,372 new cases, 43 more deaths for past two days

Coronavirus spread in Lackawanna County is ‘substantial,’ state says

Berks faces substantial risk of community spread of coronavirus, according to state metrics

Berks County coronavirus cases rise to 8,377 as 165 new cases are reported over a 2-day span

Westmoreland County gets respite from triple-digit new covid cases

Concern grows over rising COVID-19 cases in Luzerne County; 45 added Monday

Westmoreland prison, manor register additional coronavirus cases

SCI Greene reports first inmate death from COVID-19

Norwin tracks 7 more cases of coronavirus; school board majority supports full reopening

2 staff members at Kiski Area High School test positive for covid-19

3 coronavirus cases among staff using Muhlenberg High School to teach students virtually leads to closure of building

Misericordia students in quarantine or isolation drops

Lafayette College closes buildings, suspends sports because of increase in positive cases

Scranton Rite Aid to offer drive-through testing

As pandemic started, U.S. fatal overdoses soared in the first quarter of 2020, new data show

OraSure subsidiary’s saliva collection device now can be used in COVID-19 testing

UK to start controversial ‘challenge’ vaccine research trial for COVID-19

Australia COVID-19 quarantine blood-testing blunder prompts calls for hundreds to take HIV test


Bill legalizing robot deliveries on Pa. roadways clears the state House

Pa. lawmakers question the impact of combining six state universities into two

State House Dems balk at Grove’s bill featuring COVID-19 liability protection

A public records victory

Pay freeze should lead to annual vote


Manufacturer announces permanent closure of Ambridge plant after fire in July destroyed facility

Warehouse demand in the Lehigh Valley, and beyond, outpacing last year


6 Russian intelligence officers indicted by U.S. for alleged cyber attacks


Cyber charter enrollments are surging. School districts are picking up the tab.

Struggling to connect through a screen, Reading School District special education teachers make house calls

Scranton School District unveils hybrid plan, pending rising coronavirus cases

Reading School District superintendent named Pennsylvania Superintendent of the Year

Upper Darby School District faces resistance on building plans


Hempfield casino ready for Nov. 24 opening

Noticias locales

Fell Twp. officials considering options after controversial mine project receives extension

More than 70 Scranton residents sign up for Mayor’s Volunteer Corps

Berks World War II veterans, both 99, meet at long last

New Chester County police trading card program promotes good will between officers, community


Philadelphia teachers facing first strike vote in decades after contract talks with district fall short

Philly school board member resigns abruptly

In-person teaching puts my family at risk, but the Philly school district leaves me few options | Opinion

The fastest growing consumer plastic isn’t being recycled. Two Philadelphia area companies hope to change that.

Support City Council bill to ban toxic pesticides from Philly’s public spaces | Opinion

Ballot questions ask voters to weigh in on police reform, stop and frisk, city borrowing


Task force on police reform announces its recommendations

Task force issues recommendations for reforming Pittsburgh police

Allegheny County prepares convention center for jury selection amid pandemic

$8,957 for a parking space? That’s what one developer will pay on the North Shore

Allegheny County election phone lines jammed with more than 7,000 calls a day

Pittsburgh set to settle lawsuit filed by former cop for $250k

Noticias del Estado

Pa. State Police commissioner sued by young gun owners over alleged constitutional violations

Federal lawsuit challenges Pa. age requirement to be 21 to obtain a license to carry

Virtual town hall to spotlight CASA programs statewide

DHS, AG encourage families to protect children from online dangers


No, there’s no coronavirus grace period for expired car registrations