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Disability/mental health summit aims to provide information and resources

Harrisburg edges closer to eliminating gerrymandering with bipartisan support

Officials call for Rockhill Quarry in East Rockhill to be permanently closed because of asbestos

Pennsylvania may tweak new law to avoid vote-counting logjam

House Majority Leader Bryan Cutler isn’t running for Speaker — yet

Local arrests show need for gun law

Extend comp for volunteers

Editorial: Deana’s Law and the war on repeat DUI offenses


Wolf proposes staffing increases, fee hikes in DEP’s budget request


Shop ‘n Save owner guilty of felony theft in coupon clipping scheme

Settlement of Clairton Coke Works suit results in Mon Valley windfall

Walmart training employees for in-home delivery at empty townhouse in Sewickley

Coronavirus disrupts global bridal industry; local shops taking precautions

Buffett boasts of Wilkes-Barre, GUARD Insurance in annual letter

Scranton companies catch Ben Franklin innovation awards


Pennsylvania’s Board of Pardons should show mercy to more people like me | Opinion

‘We are still transferring priests that molest children?’ judge asks in sentencing Allentown Diocese priest for groping 17-year-old girl

Rallies planned in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia to urge state Attorney General Shapiro to support more commutations

Beaver County Jail among 22 Pa. jails to allow inmates contact visits with children


At packed Scranton School Board meeting, consultants outline work needed at Northeast Intermediate

Pennsylvania needs a better charter rule, plus school choice support from Governor Wolf | Opinion

We need to change the law on cyber charter schools | Opinion

These Pa. colleges are going all in on renewable energy — with a little help from a Texas solar farm

Lehigh Valley colleges announce joint agreement to buy cleaner energy and reduce carbon footprint

Monongahela native, Purdue president wants civics test as graduation requirement


Poll finds top Democrats lead Trump in Pa.’s Erie County despite strong marks for economy

Pa. has thousands of immigrants who are allowed to vote for the first time. Will they?

With voting by mail in Pa. this year, election results may not be known for days, officials say

What happens if you vote absentee in Pa. and then your candidate drops out?

Pennsylvania launches webpages to school voters on new procedures

Voting webpage explains new system in place for primary


Wind Creek Bethlehem casino announces leadership change

Health Care

Doctors rejected a woman for a liver transplant because of drinking. Then they learned her bladder was brewing alcohol.

Local News

Big stink returns to Delco

Chester County watchdog wants Bunny’s money

Exeter supervisors vote to keep Reading Country Club a golf course and banquet/restaurant complex

Reading agrees to settle federal lawsuit with former employee

$3.4 million sewer project underway in Hempfield

Latrobe eyes protective netting to restore full access to city garage with repairs pending

NEPA Inclusive project aims to boost independent living

Pedri to report on state of county today

National News

Despite protests, Delaware to give Amazon $4.5 million for its largest-ever warehouse

Bill Cosby camp calls Harvey Weinstein verdict ‘a very sad day in the American Judicial System’

Hemp growers fight federal limits, weather, thieves for a stake in a projected CBD boom

New Jersey

N.J. governor to propose new fees for companies whose workers rely on Medicaid

Fire at popular Delaware Water Gap hiking trail still smolders


West Philly is about to vote in yet another special election after yet another Democrat was convicted

A frustrated United Steelworkers chief says he did his best to keep Philly refinery open

To make Philly politics more ethical, make the Office of Inspector General permanent | Opinion

Overcrowding, delays on Market-Frankford Line not caused by skip-stop change, SEPTA says

Pa. Supreme Court will investigate alleged conflicts in DA Larry Krasner’s handling of Mumia Abu-Jamal’s appeals

Blondell Reynolds Brown said she wouldn’t enroll in DROP. Now she’s trying to do just that.

The 2020 Census is a chance for black Philadelphians to reclaim power | Opinion

Philly is right to take LGBTQ foster care case to Supreme Court | Editorial

In Philly, library advocates demand $19.3M in new funding ahead of budget negotiations


Rep. Austin Davis resigns as vice chairman of Allegheny Democratic committee

Amid unrest, Pa. Rep. Austin Davis steps down as vice chair of Allegheny County Dems

Baffling endorsements: County Democrats should simply trust voters

Some Allegheny County libraries ditching late fees in hopes that readership goes up

Fish fries in Allegheny County and nearby

Muffy Mendoza helps cultivate safe space for black mothers in Pittsburgh and beyond

Residents, business owners weigh in on the city’s ‘master bike plan’

A tale of two cities’ tech jobs: New nonprofit wants to grow San Francisco, Silicon Valley pipeline to Pittsburgh

Paying more at Airmall: Street pricing must be enforced at the airport

Pittsburgh area filled with not-so-hard workers, study says

Skating coach sues Penguins, alleges she was fired for needing breaks to pump breast milk

Allegheny County to test water at Human Services building for Legionella bacteria

State News

Berks County group offers help to first responders who witness tragedy


Bob Casey condemns William Barr for assigning U.S. attorney in Pittsburgh to review information on Bidens, Ukraine

Senior citizens raise concerns over ‘Medicare for all’

Following attacks from challenger, Lamb weighs in on fracking ban