Gov. Tom Wolf will allow transparency bill to become law despite veto threat

Wolf sides with transparency in allowing Right-to-Know Law bill to become law

Gov. Tom Wolf allows public records bill to become law but uses announcement to criticize GOP

Wolf, Levine unwisely withhold data

Pa. unemployment offices have doubled staff, but thousands still waiting on claims

Coronavirus – COVID-19

133 new cases, no new deaths from COVID-19 in Allegheny County; 800 new cases in Pa.

Allegheny County reports 133 new coronavirus cases, no new deaths

14 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Luzerne County; 800 statewide

Westmoreland County reports 31 new cases of covid-19

Eight members of South Fayette family devastated by COVID-19

In a coronavirus summer, many kids’ camps shutter, others open — with masks, gallons of sanitizer, and no tag

As pandemic unfolded, OSHA complaints around Pittsburgh highlighted supply shortages

‘It’s like Groundhog Day’: Coronavirus testing labs again lack key supplies

COVID-19 restrictions block some solar homeowners from tying into the grid

Pa. lags in COVID-19 nursing home inspections tied to pandemic money

Nursing home operator using Lower Burrell site to care for covid-19 positive patients

Commuting rabbis and kosher chickens: A rural Pa. poultry processor’s unique challenge in keeping COVID-19 at bay

White House pushes narrow virus aid; Pelosi blasts GOP delay

Virus vaccine put to final test in thousands of volunteers


Lawmaker’s rising star crashed to the ground when he killed a man and left the scene in 1999


Two dead in domestic homicide in Cheltenham, police say

A church’s call for criminal justice reform reaches Episcopal diocese of central Pennsylvania


Local school districts share $10M in CARES, other COVID-19 relief funding

Remote learning gains steam in Pennsylvania’s largest school districts

Colleges plan for students’ arrival next month

‘It will be weird’: Pa. college students gear up for unprecedented semester


Inside 100 days to the presidential election, 9 things that could change the race

Health Care

Pottstown Hospital nurses and the community are dismayed at the Tower Health decision to close the maternity ward

Tower Health fights to weather the pandemic storm

Local News

Judge reverses Scranton Zoning Board approval for homeless shelter in 500 block of Wyoming Avenue

Westmoreland Big Brothers Big Sisters group gets creative to raise cash during the coronavirus pandemic

Luzerne County Council halts plan for in-person meeting

Community steps up with gardening effort

Fireworks ordinance considered by Shenandoah council

National News

Body of civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis crosses Selma bridge

As long as Breonna Taylor’s killers walk the streets, none of us are truly free | Will Bunch

Mike Ditka rips kneeling athletes: ‘Get the hell out of the country’


Face masks are required on SEPTA. Now if only more riders would comply.

It’s not ‘unconstitutional’ to cancel a parade — or to call out racist cops | Editorial

In Philadelphia, how Black activists are getting out the vote in an election unlike any other

A 28-year-old man was shot and killed in Southwest Philly, police say

Police cars set on fire in Philadelphia


Us: Feed the Hood founder nourishes body and soul

Man stable after Sheraden shooting

Man dies after being shot in vehicle at Wilkinsburg intersection

State News

30 years later, Americans with Disabilities Act still lauded but ‘work is never done’

Pennsylvania-American Water $138.6 million rate hike subject of virtual public hearings


PennDOT catches up on delayed road work but $120 million in new projects remains on hold

Reading Area Transportation Study group approves $274.8 million four-year transportation plan


House Dems vote to remove Confederate statues with an assist from Pa. Republicans