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Solutions for racism, inequity should be central to redesign of Pa. state universities, senator says

State Sen. Art Haywood: Black students called n-word on Pennsylvania college campuses

Senate GOP halts fixes for Pa.’s troubled rent relief program, surprising even their own

Talks collapse on a deal to let Pennsylvania counties open mail ballots before Election Day

Legislation would bar Pa. public colleges, universities from asking applicants about criminal background

Bill protecting young sexual assault victims from being re-victimized on its way to the governor

Bill clears way for POW/MIA flag to fly on state buildings

Chester County legislators split on veto of restaurant bill

House’s failed attempt to override Wolf’s veto on restaurant bill may not be the final word

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pennsylvania adds 1,425 coronavirus cases, 48 hospitalizations

Pennsylvania coronavirus update: Cases exceed 1,000 for 16th straight day as surge continues

COVID-19 Update: Allegheny County reports 119 new cases, 10 more deaths

Coronavirus case numbers keep trending upward; Gov. Phil Murphy in quarantine after staffers infected

Allegheny County officials encourage ‘vigilance’ as cases rise

Allegheny County adds 119 coronavirus cases, 10 deaths

43 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Luzerne County; 1,425 statewide

Berks County has 75 new cases, a small decline amid a rising trend

Montgomery County coronavirus positivity rate ‘staying pretty flat’

Westmoreland County reports 89 new coronavirus cases, 24 new hospitalizations

Region again sees nearly 100 new coronavirus cases in one day

Beaver County nursing home sued by 15 residents and families over deadly COVID-19 outbreak

Brighton Rehab sued by 15 families, residents for ‘reckless’ response to covid outbreak

Residents at North Huntingdon care facility test positive for covid-19

Westmoreland County care facility reports COVID-19 outbreak

WVW closing high school Thursday, Friday in response to 2 COVID-19 cases

Pittsburgh police officer positive for covid-19, in-person training canceled

Children are not immune to coronavirus, Berks health experts say

Wastewater tests may provide early warning of covid-19 outbreaks

Temple study helps predict which COVID-19 patients develop dangerous ‘cytokine storm’

Push for ‘Childhood Alzheimer’s’ cure for Connor Dobbyn took a scary pandemic pause | Maria Panaritis

14-year-old Indian-American girl has discovered molecule that could lead to COVID-19 cure


Everything on table for state budget


Still not enough toilet paper? Another wholesale club may be headed your way

Greenhouses, igloos and blankets offered to keep outdoor diners warm

Clover Hill Vineyards & Winery sets up classroom for employees’ kids home due to coronavirus

Weis Markets spending ‘tens of millions’ on 2 Lehigh Valley stores. ‘These two stores will be as nice as any stores in our chain,’ CEO says


Luzerne County coronavirus-funded prison projects under discussion


With increasing COVID-19 cases, school boards make decisions on virtual learning

What does school look like during COVID? Traffic patterns, no lockers and ‘big mask voices’

Opening the schools

The future of public education will be decided in the 2020 election | Opinion

Patrick Chambers is out as Penn State men’s basketball coach


‘Character matters,’ Obama tells a drive-in rally for Biden at South Philly’s stadium complex

‘This is not a reality show, this is reality’: With two weeks to go, Obama stumps for Biden in must-win Pa.

Jill Biden makes case to local Italian American community on husband’s behalf

Democrats are looking for a rebound in Erie, a symbol of Trump’s Rust Belt appeal

Pennsylvania reaches all-time high of 9 million voter registrations

Record 9 million people register to vote in Pennsylvania

GOP incumbent challenged by Democrat seeking education, healthcare reforms in Pa.’s 106th

Vendor says Pennsylvania, Ohio ballot backlogs caught up

Bucks election official says mail is safe for ballot returns

Luzerne County up to 66,400 mail ballots issued

Westmoreland County says mail-in ballot backlog cleared

U.S. officials link Iran to emails meant to intimidate voters

Forty Fort man applied for a ballot for his deceased mother, detectives allege

A history of bad behavior and worse: Why we have laws regulating behavior at polling places | Opinion


Reading Hospital named one of 50 best teaching hospitals in the United States

Noticias locales

Developer eyes buying former Scranton Municipal Golf Course

Greater Reading LGBTA+ praises Pope Francis’ endorsement of same-sex civil unions

Delaware County pauses on marijuana decriminalization proposal

Delco Strong 2 grants dispersed

Downtown W-B receives DCED Keystone Communities Main Street designation

WB Zoning Hearing Board denies application for Hazle St. methadone clinic

With the 2020 census called off early, Lehigh Valley officials fear the region has been undercounted


Pennsylvania now lets everyone vote by mail. But poor people in Philadelphia haven’t benefited.

Philly teachers avert strike with tentative deal for one-year contract

Tumar Alexander is named Philly’s new managing director, ending Kenney administration upheaval after protests

Broad Street Ministry is making sure people can vote by mail — even if they have no address

City creates jobs in expanding business corridor cleaning program

Halting progress for women on boards, in C-suite in 2020, Forum of Executive Women finds

6,000 Philly kids could be excluded from school if they don’t get vaccinations; school sites opening for shots

Christmas Village is returning to LOVE Park and City Hall — with coronavirus rules

Philly can save thousands of birds that crash into our buildings and die | Opinion

City Council’s decision to end Devereux partnership harms our families | Opinion


Technical difficulties add frustration during hearing for Mon-Oakland Mobility Project

Anonymous gift will help Pitt’s minority students striving to be engineers

Man, Beast, Bird’ fountain, 3 other North Side places win restoration grants

Black residents in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County gain protection from hair style discrimination; Juneteenth officially a holiday

PPS says it’s ready to start hybrid learning model

Allegheny County stands by its hiring of company that sent incorrect ballots

First jury selection since Allegheny County shutdown begins

Pittsburgh police will move to 12-hour shifts during election week

Noticias del Estado

New state fishing regulations include all-tackle experiments

Supreme Court won’t hear appeal of Keystone Sanitary Landfill case

Why is your mail late? A look inside central Pa.’s increasingly dysfunctional postal service


Trump weighs firing FBI director after election for lack of Biden investigation

Toomey will vote to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to U.S. Supreme Court