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Pennsylvania’s voting laws likely to change, but not in a big way

Lawmakers should adopt environmental measures

Pass law for abuse victims

Legislators hoard millions amid pandemic

Coronavirus – COVID-19

Pa. fails to enforce vaccine order to track racial data

CMU study shows racial disparities in vaccine distribution, acceptance

‘It’s ridiculous’: Stressed Pennsylvanians craving easier path to COVID-19 vaccination

Forget the Super Bowl. For this Montco community, the thrill was getting a coronavirus vaccine.

These suburban Philly women hustled to get COVID-19 vaccination appointments for family. Now they’re helping strangers.

Thousands of AHN patients get 1st dose of covid vaccine at PNC Park

108 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Luzerne County on Sunday

Another 317 cases and 14 deaths from COVID-19 in NEPA

After 9 months in the hospital due to COVID, Berks woman finally comes home

Dr. Fauci skeptical of call to save COVID-19 vaccines for first doses

Bipartisan or bold? With ‘reconciliation,’ Biden, lawmakers face perilous path for COVID-19 package


Wolf administration questioned over whether vaccine, jobless issues are its fault

Gov. Wolf’s Pa. budget includes bold proposals. Now it requires bold action. | Editorial

Budget and bungling in Harrisburg: some hope from Biden | Opinion


Rebel restaurant owners: Why some Pa. establishments are defying COVID orders

Some mortgage companies misled borrowers about forbearance, regulators say

How farms prepare for the next pandemic: Local milk, cheese and beef

Pipeline delays hurt Pa. economy

Dozens of Scranton businesses benefit from city pandemic-relief grants


Frustrated Scranton parents seek in-person instruction for their children

Mindfulness programs grow in public schools to address ‘storm of stresses’

The pressure is on to reopen public schools. But can it really happen? | Maria Panaritis

Penn State’s 46-hour THON is going virtual this year. Students will dance at home.


Pa. Lt. Gov. John Fetterman enters 2022 Senate race, but plenty of rivals are on the launchpad

Pa. Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, spurred by ‘dishonesty and chaos’ of Trump allies, is running for U.S. Senate

Lt. Gov. John Fetterman officially announces run for the U.S. Senate

John Fetterman makes his Pa. Senate campaign official as a competitive, expensive race begins

Health Care

NEPA Health Care Foundation rolls out Careers in Care, nursing scholarship program

Local News

2021 municipal property taxes in Lackawanna County largely remain same

Scranton Ice Festival concludes with money raised for small businesses

New Kensington moving on new playgrounds in downtown, Mount Vernon

Lower Burrell Councilman Rob Hamilton will not seek reelection but promises to return

New president of Greater Norristown NAACP advocates for all marginalized communities

County council to vote on proposed raises for tax collectors

Libraries coping with pandemic; patrons urged to make appointments

Wilkes-Barre’s 2020 deficit less than initially projected

Hazleton City Council to review local committee’s request for hate and bias resolution

Allentown campaign finance: Mayoral candidates Matt Tuerk, Ce-Ce Gerlach start strong in fundraising, Mayor Ray O’Connell says he’ll pick up the pace

National News

Weary postal workers hope Biden will help ‘put things back to the way they were when it worked’

Natural Gas

Fracking ban for Delaware River basin heads to a showdown in federal court


‘We are not ready to go into unsafe buildings’: No word from mediator, but Philly teachers will still protest

Philly teachers defy demands to return to buildings, plan Monday protests

SEPTA is relying on persuasion, not punishment, to enforce federal mask requirement

Philly’s transgender community speaks out on intimate partner violence

We’re Philly civil rights leaders: We face a common enemy in white supremacy. We must fight it together | Opinion

Mariya Plekan, 59, survivor of Salvation Army building collapse, dies of COVID-19

Off-duty Pa. officer accused of crashing into home while DUI, killing dog, injuring couple

Yes, that was Philly’s Four Seasons Total Landscaping in a Super Bowl commercial

Tax time: How to get your city of Philadelphia wage tax refund for 2020

Quiz: Test your Philly snow etiquette | Opinion


Port Authority seeks artist to promote COVID-19 safety at bus stops

Cultural District art installation celebrates a ‘constellation’ of Black creatives

More women and African Americans attend Pittsburgh Gun Show

State News

Bucs’ Javadifar, Harrisburg native Locust become first female coaches to win Super Bowl

Fee hikes on tap for accommodations at state parks

Work together for seniors

5 Western Pennsylvanians share their anguish of losing a sibling

New local Boy Scout executive faces challenges

Lawsuit challenging end of small cash payments to poorest Pennsylvanians in Commonwealth Court today


Loved or loathed, Rep. Scott Perry is making a name in Pennsylvania

Gun violence survivors are begging for resources. Would this bill help them?