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Local residents to attend anti-pipeline rally in Harrisburg March 19

Berks lawmakers react to bill seeking to save nuclear power in Pennsylvania

What will become of Three Mile Island’s nuclear waste if the plant closes?

Debate over nuclear power and future of TMI hits home in rural Pennsylvania

Force builds for base wage hike

Local lawmakers want to amend law, clarify teens cannot refuse mental health treatment

Pa. Turnpike OKs hyperloop study sought by Kaufer

Fast track: State studying viability of hyperloop travel

Push on to get public meeting agendas released ahead of time

Elected officials should say ‘No gifts please’

Area activist to join rally at state Capitol

Coming to terms with term limits in Pennsylvania’s legislature | John Baer


‘Retail apocalypse’ continues: Gap, Family Dollar, thousands of other stores will close this year

Business owners resigned to possible plastic bag ordinance


Dog trained to sniff out electronics helps with child porn cases


‘Hard’ and ‘soft’ school safety solutions on display at western Pa. conference

Students expelled for drugs, weapons, conduct, more: Pa. school districts that see it the most

Coordinated efforts deliver better, faster response to school threats in Beaver County

Three options for Lakeland elementary school changes

At Woodland Hills, angst prevails over trial into Antwon Rose’s death

Reading to Lead a success again

A little brother with autism, a big bro with no fear. And an unbreakable basketball bond. | Maria Panaritis

Belle of the Ball prom dress giveaway helps Berks County girls make magical memories–the-ball-prom-dress-giveaway-helps-berks-county-girls-make-magical-memories

2019 NCAA Tournament: How did the committee do on building the bracket?

1 in 5 American adults to bet on NCAA tourney


Democrats pick IUP professor to run for retired state Sen. Don White’s seat

Election officials campaign for poll workers in Allegheny, Westmoreland counties

Tolerance wins landslide victory

Pa. rejected twice as many absentee ballots in 2018


Cumberland County controller supports casino plans in Shippensburg Township

Health Care

Why are mothers still dying from childbirth?

Local News

Nonprofits ready requests for funding

One final carnival: JCC closes facility with ceremony, Purim event

Fond farewell to Jewish Community Center

Skate park coming back

Faced with millions in needed City Hall renovations, Scranton officials discuss selling building

Greater Carbondale YMCA to expand early learning programs, build new kitchen

Tarentum teen, 15, dead after being hit by train early Sunday

A-K Valley museum hosts American Legion talk in former Tarentum Legion post

Female Scouts BSA troop in Westmoreland takes inaugural camping trip

Graffiti fuels restoration project in Pottstown

Green-clad revelers celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Allentown

Editorial: County must respond to issues with justice system

National News

Can an Indian conglomerate bring back American steel?

Are these tiny, ‘inherently safe’ nuclear reactors the path to a carbon-free future?

Opioid Crisis

Pennsylvania opioid cases are bottled up in Delaware County, and some want out


Tony Williams sees mayoral rematch with Jim Kenney as chance to undo 2015 mistakes

How dangerous is childbirth in the Philadelphia area? Here are the rates of severe complications.

SEPTA police approve new contract with more access to body camera video

Schools receive $23K from Live Nation, The Met

How ballot position can sway Philly elections — and why new voting machines won’t be a fix

This election season, a housing prerogative for all the people | Opinion


‘The Jewish community of Pittsburgh is with you’: Tree of Life raises money for New Zealand victims

Pittsburgh public safety: No major St. Patrick’s Day incidents

Rosfeld Trial

Law enforcement agencies prepare for Rosfeld trial

Will Michael Rosfeld testify? Lawyers weigh in on the risky move

Some preparing, others bracing, for start of police shooting trial in Pittsburgh

State News

Viral video of Chester police officer hitting woman prompts investigation

2020 federal budget won’t give enough money to science, and that directly harms Pa. | Opinion

Warmer weather brings more ticks, Lyme disease diagnoses

Pennsylvania wants residents’ thoughts on everything transportation


Two killed in wrong-way crash on Pennsylvania turnpike

LCTA to hold ridership forum Tuesday

State’s transportation performance report now available online

PennDOT offers new license plate options


Beto O’Rourke says nothing in his past will hinder 2020 run

Gillibrand in 2020 Democratic race as full-fledged candidate

Principles reaffirmed in two votes

EDITORIAL: What do Pa. Republicans have against new reforms