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Police reform measures to get hearing in Pennsylvania Senate

Measures approved to rename roads, bridges in Washington, Greene after departed heroes

Editorial: Turzai’s goodbye is premature

Scranton Mayor, legislator concerned about new law on financially distressed cities


State’s new cases dropping; Wolf declares success against coronavirus

As restrictions relax, focus turns to testing, tracing coronavirus

Wolf asks high court to intervene in fight over reopening

Health officials encourage use of masks in green phase

Editorial: Future under ‘green phase’ is as clear as mud

Coronavirus contact tracing program up and running in Berks County

It’s been three months since the first coronavirus case was reported in the Lehigh Valley. Here’s a look back at key events

CDC coronavirus guidelines: New facemask rules, tips for gatherings, more

CDC posts long-awaited tips for minimizing everyday risk

Carbon County enters green, least-restrictive reopening phase

York County nursing home has big COVID-19 outbreak — 48 cases since May 25

Lancaster County mom is guinea pig in race to develop COVID-19 vaccine

Susquehanna County commissioner seeing red over county remaining yellow

County going green next Friday


Coronavirus exploited failure of Pa. health officials to improve problems with nursing home oversight

Farmers market, roadside stand vouchers available for seniors

Glitches in Pennsylvania’s jobless benefits system leave some self-employed workers in the lurch

Calls to report child abuse dropped significantly since Pa. coronavirus shutdown began

‘Nursing homes as we know them are over’: COVID-19 fuels push to home-based care


Minority-owned businesses navigating the virus

Hersheypark to reopen July 3

A Q&A with Wind Creek’s CEO: Casino hopes to call back all workers but reconsiders water park

COVID-19 a factor in the closing of old Sunbury textile mill; 101 employees losing their jobs

Humane Pennsylvania president and CEO placed on administrative leave after racially offensive social media post

Will we have to pay coronavirus surcharges to businesses as they reopen? Is that legal?

Chuck E. Cheese on the brink of bankruptcy, report says


Under suggested new boundaries, some Allentown elementary school kids would have to walk a mile to school

500+ Manheim Township students, alumni sign letter urging district to improve race instruction

EDITORIAL: Class of ’20 graduating into world of turmoil, opportunity

Will kids be in Easton Area schools this fall and how will it work? Here are the options.


Feds: 38 indicted, accused of operating meth ring across western Pa.

Range Resources pleads no contest to environmental crimes

Range Resources to pay $50,000 in fines and $100,000 in contributions for Washington County well violations


Teens across the Philadelphia region speak out on racism in virtual town hall

Philadelphians experiencing homelessness build protest encampment on Ben Franklin Parkway: ‘We all matter’


Children hear message of racial unity at kid-friendly rally in Monroeville

Pittsburgh to create Office of Community Health and Safety

Protesters call for complete investigation into May 26 death of Aaliyah Johnson

Coalition calls for removal of police from Pittsburgh Public Schools


Reading celebrates Pride month by raising a flag outside City Hall

Protests cost Harrisburg $50,000 in police overtime, thousands more in vehicle damage

Yeadon, Lansdowne officials make statement on unity

Floodwater pumping continues in Gilberton

A rural Pa. prosecutor on how the George Floyd protests led him to call on fellow Republicans to ditch Trump

Murrysville Black Lives Matter protest set for Sunday

Montgomery County officials still counting primary election ballots

Teens organize rally for reform

W-B NAACP won’t back review board proposals


Pence brings ‘Great American Comeback Tour’ to Pa. amid a mix of national problems

Several states hit pause, others press on amid spike in coronavirus

Trump administration revokes transgender health protection

Ford recalls 2 million vehicles due to doors that can open while driving

White supremacists and other extremist groups are using protests and a pandemic to amplify their message