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A rough vaccine rollout has even Democrats turning on Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf

Local legislators call on state to open mass-vaccination sites

Focus on state parks at Pa. Senate budget hearing

Pittsburgh officials add their support to national $15 minimum wage

U.S. aid to Pa. draws GOP warning to use it for 1-time costs

What the federal stimulus package means for Pa.’s local governments

What’s the COVID-19 relief package mean for Pa.? What you need to know

Egged on by pandemic-closed offices, lawmakers and media mull changes to Pa.’s open records law

Welcome to the 2021 Pa. budget hearings: New and big problems. The same tired conversation | Ray E. Landis

Royalty deal shames state Legislature

Coronavirus – COVID-19

Montco group behind a mall drive-through vaccine site has stopped giving first doses as it struggles to secure shots from Pa.

Federally funded health clinics are getting COVID-19 vaccines to more people of color

Last March, essential workers told us their stories of fear. Here’s how they’re coping as the pandemic persists.

COVID-19, one year later: Pandemic leaves trauma, questions for Pennsylvania nursing homes

Hanover Area super: Walmart wants to host vaccine clinic for county residents

Allegheny, Westmoreland counties see largest increase in covid cases in month

Montgomery County reports 98 daily new coronavirus cases, one more death

Pa. stats show another 400-plus Berks residents complete COVID vaccination

COVID-19, a year later: Our children

Editorial: State must stop shortchanging Berks County on COVID vaccine

Md. governor eases COVID-19 restrictions on businesses, keeps mask mandate in place


Gov. Wolf indicates Pa. restaurants and bars can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day


What sole proprietors and freelancers need to know about scoring PPP loans


Villanova University student arrested for alleged sexual assault

Her uncle, an inmate at Camp Hill prison, had been hospitalized with COVID-19. She had no idea


When are the kids going back to class? Bucks County educators eye return of students

USDA announces free school meals for children through summer

Drexel is going to the men’s NCAA Tournament for the first time in 25 years


Pa. audit confirms Biden got more votes than Trump, but can’t tell us much else

Lehigh County Republicans will hold censure vote on Sen. Pat Toomey

Local News

Veterans center takes helm of Marywood South campus

Berks nonprofit opens center for veterans and first responders in need in Scranton

Hoping to attract businesses, Reading reauthorizes Pennsylvania’s economic enterprise zone

Reading’s City Council stops short of confirming the acting solicitor

$2.2M in improvements planned at Northmoreland Park in Allegheny Township

Salavantis: County council has forced litigation by declaring her DA seat vacant

Rental assistance now available for eligible Luzerne County renters

National News

Arkansas governor signs near-total abortion ban into law

How urban planning and housing policy helped create ‘food apartheid’ in US cities | Opinion


Philly students could attend school this summer and stay hybrid in the fall, the superintendent says

She helps Philly kids through adoption and parole and just discovered her own storied family history | We The People

Philadelphia COVID-19 vaccine registration can finally keep out line jumpers, officials say

Immigrant family to leave Philly church sanctuary as ICE says they’re ‘not a priority’

Movita Johnson-Harrell became an activist after gun violence took her son. Now she’s lost a second one. | Jenice Armstrong

A park that welcomes homeless people, partially designed by homeless people, will be a Philly first

Philly’s FDR Park to get $4.5 million for new visitor center, event space, café, and playground

Philly L&I approves demolition of Chestnut Street properties that preservationists had tried to protect

If L.A. can defund its school police, so can Philadelphia | Opinion

Rebecca Rhynhart is cruising to reelection. Can she be Philly mayor next?


Thousands of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County teachers to receive vaccinations this week

Giant Eagle to offer covid vaccine clinic for Pittsburgh Public Schools teachers, staff

It’s official: Mayor Peduto will face three primary challengers

Allegheny County Council passes paid sick leave bill

Better late than never: Last Crawford Square houses to be built some 20 years after the first

Funding will help Allegheny County prevent childhood traumas that lead to drug use

Couple sue Penn Hills police on excessive force claim

Three people shot in the North Side

WQED, local groups to host youth mental health virtual event

Pittsburgh Controller’s Office signs on to end use of racially derogatory acronym in annual reports

Pittsburgh working to iron out how eviction ban will be enforced as lawsuit against it proceeds

State News

Shapiro announces crackdown on telefunding operation

SNAP applications can now be made by phone

As food insecurity continues for millions, Pa. now taking SNAP applications by phone

Women’s History Month: Facts and figures

Gearing up: What you need to get started in trout fishing in Pennsylvania


Dangerous by design? Group urges road improvements to reduce pedestrian deaths

Pa. transit riders need a commitment to fare relief and full service with their funding | Opinion


Leaning on tax credits, Democrats hope to stem child poverty by delivering income stream to families

House set to vote Wednesday on landmark $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill

Stimulus bill poised to send $1,400 checks to millions who were left out of the first payments