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GOP leaders ask U.S. Supreme Court to halt Pa. voting extension

Pa. Senate Republicans take mail-in ballot fight to U.S. Supreme Court

Centre County is set to receive an $863,000 election grant. Here’s why some state lawmakers want to block it

Pa. House of Representatives to convene in the Harrisburg church it once called home

No need for victim advocate to be lawyer

Helping small businesses, families isn’t ‘meaningless,’ Gov. Wolf | Opinion

2nd Amendment rally set for Tuesday in Harrisburg

Coronavirus - COVID-19

As Pennsylvania coronavirus cases top 156,000, Gov. Wolf says state has stockpile of protective equipment

Westmoreland Manor employees to get hazard pay as coronavirus testing continues

Two Ringgold elementary students test positive for COVID-19

Susquehanna Township football player tests positive for COVID-19, temporarily suspending activities

Cambria County Prison corrections officers test positive for COVID-19

Berks County reports 22 new coronavirus cases, a decline after a weekend of spikes

7 Pa. counties listed as areas to watch for coronavirus; statewide, positive rate drops again

Latest weekly Luzerne County coronavirus dashboard reading shows improvement

Montgomery County records lowest coronavirus positivity rate in SE Pa.

With rapid tests coming to states, N.J. set to temporarily double COVID-19 testing capacity

The federal government plans to ship millions of rapid coronavirus tests to states in a push to reopen K-12 schools

Inovio’s COVID-19 vaccine trial put on hold by FDA

House Democrats unveil new $2.2 trillion proposal for coronavirus stimulus

Worldwide death toll from coronavirus eclipses 1 million


Pennsylvania delays the launch of ‘21st century’ unemployment system upgrades

Unemployment in Pennsylvania: Benefits for thousands of gig workers, independent contractors still on hold

PUA fraud remains ‘a national problem,’ L&I secretary says


Duquesne residents lament loss of grocery store: ‘It’s going to be hard for us’

Steel giant ArcelorMittal selling U.S. operations, including coke-making plant in Monessen, for $1.4 billion

Coatesville, Conshohocken steel plants are sold as a brash CEO makes a big bet on American steel

Why small businesses are seizing the moment during the pandemic to sell online

Businesses that sued Wolf over shutdown orders now seek more than $135K in legal fees

Central Pa. restaurants opening, somehow, during coronavirus pandemic: ‘I’m definitely nervous’

Survey finds business owners adapting to COVID-19 pandemic changes despite economic concern

Company resumes Revolution Pipeline construction in Center Twp.


Bucks mother and daughter get life in prison after admitting murder of five relatives, including 9-year-old twin girls

‘Juvenile lifers’ should be considered for release during pandemic | Opinion

Person injured in police-involved shooting in Reading charged


Scranton School District works to improve virtual learning, updates asbestos removal

‘Good Morning America’ comes to Springdale

New Kensington-Arnold to continue in-person instruction 5 days a week

Unionville elementary students returning for in-school instruction Oct. 12

Say her name’: Central York student leads protest for Breonna Taylor

Lower Merion, Harriton football players protest shutting down season


Winning a ‘row office’ is a chance for GOP to pressure Wolf

Another task for Biden: Winning Philly progressives who think ‘the whole system needs to go down’

Report: Biden, wife will tour Western Pa. by train on Wednesday

Joe Biden to tour Ohio, Western Pa. by train Wednesday

The first presidential debate brings high stakes for Trump and Biden

Supreme Court vacancy hasn’t boosted Trump’s support in Pennsylvania, a New York Times poll shows

More than 55K Luzerne County voters seek mail-in ballots

Luzerne County Councilman Griffith discusses ballot controversy protest plans

County election board set to declare its duties and powers this week

Everything you need to know about voting by mail in Berks County

Northampton County will install mail-in ballot drop boxes Thursday. Here’s where you can find them.


Cyberattack hobbles Universal Health Services

COVID-19 makes flu shots more important than ever

Lukewarm reaction to Trump’s health care ‘vision’

Noticias locales

Scranton Police Headquarters reopens to public

Pennsylvania American to replace more water lines in Scranton

Group plans to raise funds for Tamaqua area food bank

West Deer to allow trick-or-treating despite coronavirus pandemic

Lancaster Patriot editor confirms his identity as white nationalist Norman Garrison

Noticias nacionales

Pennsylvania judge temporarily blocks USPS changes

Pa. AG Shapiro wins nationwide injunction against postal changes judge calls ‘reckless’

Grand juror in Breonna Taylor Case says deliberations were misrepresented

Gas natural

Natural gas landowners meet to discuss legal action involving two major natural gas firms

Nueva Jersey

Bodycam footage released in NJ shooting death of WB man


Archdiocese of Philadelphia closing St. Gabriel’s Hall, marking the end of an era for care of delinquent youths

Philadelphia Fire Department is promoting a Black woman to fire battalion chief for the first time

Former Simon Gratz basketball standout Ross Carter shot and killed

Summit will highlight impact of mass incarceration on communities

Philadelphia encampment activists hashing out potential deal with city for houses


Conduct trial for Judge Tranquilli moved to November

Yom Kippur dialogue connects racism, anti-Semitism

Allegheny County Health Department offering flu vaccinations at Downtown clinic

Defining herself: Remembering Linda Dickerson

Pittsburgh Garbage Olympics picks up volunteers, 1,129 bags of trash

Meet the Strip District Produce Terminal’s new tenants in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Public Schools extends remote work 5 weeks for teachers, 2 days for students

Noticias del Estado

Pennsylvanians must keep faith to do the difficult work RBG started | Opinion

Lanternfly-sniffing dog likely to begin work in Pa. by late October, peak egg-smashing season

A sordid tale of housing and systemic racism


Editorial: Watch for kids before moving vehicle


Report on president’s taxes splits lawmakers along partisan lines in Washington

GOP surrogates dismiss tax report as political jab during Trump bus tour stop in Monroeville

Rick Santorum continues to be an idiot, implies NYT report on Trump’s taxes made up