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Sen. Lindsey Williams and Rep. Sara Innamorato: Now is not the time to raise PWSA rates

Voting victories for Democrats in Pa. might have closed the door on more election reform

Republican lawmakers slam Pa. Supreme Court ruling on elections: ‘It is about allowing one party to steal this election’

CWA chair testifies in support of ratepayer vote bill

Pa. statehouse power grab is climate change denial in disguise | Editorial

September is Suicide Prevention Month. Pass this important bill — and save lives | Opinion

DiSanto failed Pa. voters on redistricting reform | Opinion

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Why the ruling against Wolf’s COVID-19 restrictions faces long odds on appeal, explained

Judge: Groups suing Gov. Wolf over COVID-19 restrictions must respond by Monday to motion to stay

Group of Pa. doctors fault Republicans for fighting Gov. Wolf’s pandemic restrictions

Wolf pushes back cutoff time for alcohol sales to 11 p.m.

Gov. Wolf changes rule on alcohol sales in restaurants and bars, moving last call to 11 p.m.

Wolf signs order cutting off alcohol sales at Pennsylvania’s restaurants at 11 p.m., starting Monday

Gov. Tom Wolf signs order increasing indoor dining capacity to 50%

Following certification, Pa. restaurants can increase indoor dining capacity to 50%

Thousands live to hear COVID debate

2 cases of covid-19 reported at Mt. Lebanon elementary school in as many days, building closed for 5 days

Neshaminy student tests positive for COVID-19 day after attending orientation

COVID-19 Update: Pa. reports more than 900 new cases, 10 deaths

Allegheny County reports 79 new covid-19 cases, 3 new deaths

No new regional COVID-19 deaths reported for fifth straight day

41 coronavirus cases for Berks County run the past week average up to a mid-May level

CMU, Pitt developing covid antibody test that gives results within seconds

Area CVS stores to offer drive-through testing for COVID-19

CVS to add coronavirus testing site in Berks County

Westmoreland Manor staff to be tested for coronavirus

Months into the unknown, light-years from normal


Beleaguered unemployment compensation computer modernization project likely to be delayed once again

Unemployment in Pennsylvania: State approved for $2.8B loan for trust fund–state-approved-for-28b-loan-for-trust-fund


Florida company to buy two Pittsburgh-area cannabis companies

‘I’m so grateful:’ Restaurant owners react to Carbon County grant awards

Berks companies among those receiving grants to provide fresh food access to communities

$175,000 in grant funding to be offered to women-owned PA restaurants

Giant plans to hire 4,000 permanent, temporary employees to meet demand


A flawed pardon system


New Kensington-Arnold may go to a hybrid schedule if too many students want to come back to schools

Some districts to reopen the gates to hundreds of high school football fans

Burrell spectator policy keeps out visiting fans for football, indoor events

Wilson plans to expand capacity at Friday’s season-opening football game

Attendance cap will cost school districts thousands when high school football begins

Ahead of kickoff, Wolf punts on new sports fan rule

PHEAA looks to maintain maximum state grant award in 2021-22 without asking the state for more money

Wilkes University starts scholarships for students from Luzerne, Lackawanna counties

Temple University announces anti-racism initiative

About 1,000 Kutztown University students leave campus over coronavirus; $3.5 million in revenue lost, officials say

Harrisburg University host HUE Invitational one of the largest esports tournaments in U.S.


Pa. Supreme Court rules in favor of mail-in ballot extension

A trio of Pennsylvania Supreme Court rulings will likely boost Biden against Trump in a key state

The Pa. Supreme Court ruled on critical election questions Thursday. Here’s what you need to know

The Green Party’s presidential candidate is off the ballot in a big win for Pennsylvania Democrats

Biden: Trump’s response to pandemic ‘criminal’

Biden says Trump ‘only cares about the stock market’ in town hall meeting outside Scranton

‘He knew it and did nothing’: Biden in Moosic blasts Trump’s ‘criminal’ virus response

Biden: Trump’s failure to deliver relief helped lead to furloughs in Scranton School District

WB Councilman asks Biden about combating violence

Locals get to address Biden at town hall while Trump supporters gather nearby

Kamala Harris makes her Pa. campaign debut with a message to Black and Latino voters in Philly

Trump heads to Pittsburgh on Tuesday for airport rally

Luzerne County mail-in ballots to be sent soon

Elections board waits on responses from 20 municipalities on drop boxes


Slot machine arrival marks milestone in Hempfield casino construction

Pa. has record-breaking sportsbook wagers in August

Noticias locales

Reading Redevelopment Authority sells seven properties for over $450,000

Coronavirus doesn’t stop United Way’s Day of Caring in Berks

East Deer to use $100K state grant to tear down 10 blighted buildings

Luzerne County offering virus relief funding to tourist attractions

Speakers at Greensburg rally urge action to achieve unity

Eviction coming to residents of Allentown’s ’Tent City’ homeless encampment

Noticias nacionales

U.S. judge blocks Postal Service changes that slowed mail


18,000 Philly school families still lack reliable internet; board hears of coming financial pain

Philly City Council approves police reform measures, including banning choke holds

Philadelphia puts ban on police chokeholds into law

City Council approves a pair of police reform bills

‘A deadly epidemic’: Philly Council pushes city to declare gun violence emergency

A month after her son died in Philadelphia jail, a mother is still fighting to learn why

‘Please help,’ Spring Garden residents tell city leaders after quintuple shooting that killed 2 men

Pa. Supreme Court halts Philly criminal trials streamed on YouTube over possible harassment

Philadelphia increases coronavirus rent relief payments

Hilco’s refinery plan will help Philly and its schools | Opinion


Allegheny County will open election offices for over-the-counter voting, ballot returns

Allegheny County to open new elections offices for ballot drop-offs, voting help

Community shows division on fate of Columbus statue in Schenley Park

Elderly female pedestrian dies after being hit by shuttle bus in Oakland

Disciplinary court denies Tranquilli’s request to be paid during suspension

Port Authority lays out plans to improve bus service as COVID-19 caused missed trips

Post-Gazette accuses its unions of ‘bad-faith’ bargaining as possible strike looms

Noticias del Estado

Western Pa. nonprofit turns to public for diaper donations during pandemic