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Pa. lawmakers promote CROWN Act legislation banning discrimination against natural hair styles

Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf asks lawmakers to stop ‘irresponsible behavior’; GOP leaders say he won’t work with them

Wolf asks legislature to allow continued COVID-19 mitigation efforts

Gov. Wolf slams GOP for trying to thwart COVID-19 mitigation

$200,000 state grant will make Reading skatepark a reality

In another clash with lawmakers, Wolf vetoes bill blocking his efforts to fight climate change

Republican lawmakers in Harrisburg should be obsessing over helping Pennsylvanians, not sticking it to Governor Wolf | Editorial

Instead of fighting him, lawmakers should help Gov. Wolf promote a cleaner, healthier future for all

End speculation by authorizing early count

Legislators must do more to help Pennsylvania nursing homes | PennLive letters

Mullery announces DCNR grant funding to improve recreational spaces

Coronavirus - COVID-19

Pa. COVID-19 tracing app on track with download projections despite privacy concerns

More coronavirus cases found at Westmoreland Manor; county calls in National Guard to help

Greater Latrobe reports 3 students with coronavirus; full-time return to classrooms still on

Wyoming Seminary cancels after-school activities, no classes Friday

Allegheny County reports 60 new coronavirus cases

Westmoreland County reports 15 new coronavirus cases

24 more coronavirus cases for Berks County ends better reporting week

How 65 student COVID-19 cases at WVU became one overnight

Breonna Taylor

Breonna Taylor protesters in Center City occupy I-95, mix it up with motorists, then head through South Philly

In despair, protesters take to streets for Breonna Taylor

Breonna Taylor: Say her name because her Black life mattered | Jenice Armstrong


Gov. Wolf says coronavirus-driven Pennsylvania budget deficit of billions of dollars will have state ‘scrambling’

Pa. slashing workers’ unemployment checks after paying them double by mistake


The Revolution pipeline, two years since its rupture, is back under construction in Beaver County

Snubbed retiree gets back at Sunoco for canceling a Mariner East pipeline meeting

Black truck drivers sue Giant Eagle distribution center on race discrimination grounds

ConnectiveRx to hire 300 in Pittsburgh area


One dead, one flown to hospital after Beaver Falls shooting

Philly-area teens ran a trafficking network that put dozens of illegally bought guns on the streets, authorities say

Authorities crush gun trafficking network operating in Montgomery, Bucks and Philadelphia counties

New Kensington woman sentenced to 3-7 years for helping to hide Officer Brian Shaw’s killer


Woodland Hills pushes back in-person classes another month

Districts opting for many different options

New Ken-Arnold can’t afford to change tax deadlines or eliminate late penalties, board member says

Local districts permitted to set spectator guidelines

Editorial: Let schools decide sports crowd limits

Penn’s new student leaders identify as first-generation college students from lower income families

College enrollment takes a hit this fall amid coronavirus


Here’s how ‘naked ballots’ in Pennsylvania could cost Biden the election

Republicans lose a round in Pennsylvania mail voting dispute

The BLM movement found support in red, rural Pa. What does it mean for 2020?

Drop boxes for absentee and mail-in ballots coming to Lehigh County. Here’s where you’ll be able to find them.

PA GOP disputes assertions in bombshell Atlantic story

PA attorney general argues in federal court Postal Service changes could slow ballot delivery

Racist, homophobic letter sent to Biden backers in Erie, Pa., area

Luzerne County Council members want answers on tossed ballots

Luzerne County ballot probe: What we know so far

Feds: Trump votes discarded in Luzerne County

It’s ‘imperative’ mail-in ballot issues get corrected, U.S. Attorney tells Luzerne County officials

Berks County officials say retirement of elections director will not impact November election

‘Undermine our Republic’: Perry, Smucker chastise Trump’s election comments


Wind Creek Bethlehem lays off about 450 people due to coronavirus impact


Q&A: Should I go to the emergency room or urgent care?

Noticias locales

New Delaware-Lackawanna locomotive shop opens in Scranton

Reading Pride Celebration urges ‘in-depth investigation’ and ‘appropriate training’ in wake of police shooting of transgender woman

Berks County libraries quarantining all books and DVDs

Bidders buy tax-delinquent properties at arena auction

What will Halloween look like in central Pa. this year?

Allentown Managing Director Joe McMahon abruptly departs

Parkside councilwoman asked to resign over social media posts

Perkasie community unites to help disabled man get to work, food pantry

Noticias nacionales

The 2020 census must continue for another month, a federal judge rules

California is banning sales of gasoline cars after 2035. Now the EV race begins.–20200924.html

Michigan legislators considering a 4 a.m. closing time for bars

Nueva Jersey

Plastic and paper bag ban passed by NJ lawmakers, heads to governor


A customized SEPTA Key is coming for Philadelphia students, adding to the card system’s inflating cost

A voter fraud conspiracy theorist called Philly election officials corrupt. He didn’t like the pushback.

Philly to remove 53 kids from Devereux’s live-in facilities after it finds lax supervision

Philly teen dies after being shot inside laundromat

SEC, FBI to host COVID-19 consumer fraud prevention call Oct. 6, free and open to the public


Allegheny County lifts its gathering restrictions to align with state rules

Allegheny County lifts covid restrictions in favor of state mitigation orders

Pittsburgh’s Negro Opera House makes national list of endangered places

Former AHN Bellevue hospital to be reborn as tech innovation hub

Allegheny County delivers nearly 70,000 mail-in ballots to post office

Brentwood restaurant sues Allegheny County over COVID-19 closure

Pittsburgh Yom Kippur event to discuss racism, anti-Semitism

Back for more: Philadelphia developer to convert Allegheny Building to apartment

Pitt ups its outreach in the Hill District

Police: 4 injured in stabbing, assault in Pittsburgh’s Allentown neighborhood

How do you cut the red tape out of government? Use common sense, panelists say

Pittsburgh school district will review, publicize school police arrest data

Pat Narduzzi to Gov. Tom Wolf: Please allow Pitt fans, parents at Heinz Field

Noticias del Estado

Pa. can’t wait for infrastructure repairs


Reading Regional Airport traffic is taking off after a six-month slowdown