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Sen. Doug Mastriano says being kicked off Twitter is “slavery” | By Sen. Vincent J. Hughes

Pa. federal court fight over Delaware River fracking ban heats up | Wednesday Morning Coffee

Pennsylvania election law reforms won’t be ready for primary

Marsy’s Law is flawed; ACLU and League of Women Voters were right

Take chance to make them honest

Coronavirus – COVID-19

Gov. Wolf says end of Phase 1A coming soon

Pennsylvania fight over COVID-19 ‘vaccine passports’ may be brewing as Phase 1A of rollout nears finish

A county left behind: Pennsylvania’s shift to bigger vaccine distributors leaves out McKean

Allegheny County and Pennsylvania see highest covid hospitalizations in a month

Pennsylvanians are crossing the Ohio border for COVID-19 shots

With more older people vaccinated, hospitalized COVID-19 patients in the Philly region are getting younger

Bucks health director: Coronavirus spikes not outpacing vaccination rates here

COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Montage Mountain to reach more than 3,000 people

How can there be a COVID surge when so many people have already had it and so many people have been vaccinated?

Volunteers needed to help with mass vaccination clinic on Montage Mountain

Wright Center admits patients wrongly billed for office visits for COVID-19 tests

Stigma is COVID-19′s silent complication. It has changed since the pandemic’s early days.

Pfizer says its COVID-19 vaccine safe and effective in kids as young as 12

Special Report: Dozens of members of Congress are vaccinated against COVID-19, but some still hesitate; How Pa. did


United Steelworkers begin strike at Allegheny Technologies, Inc.; reject’s ATI’s last-minute counter offer

Private event professionals are asking public’s help to ‘Let PA Marry Us’

Got game? Metro Esports in Warminster opens new worlds, career for Bucks gamers


10 years ago today, Jerry Sandusky was outed as a child predator


Officials relax some distancing, other guidance in Pennsylvania schools

State updates COVID-19 guidance for schools

Schools can shorten distances between students for in-person classes

Berks County school districts will get $160 million in federal COVID relief money

Audit: Penn Hills School District closing reserve fund deficit

Facing smaller paychecks and new positions, Scranton paraprofessionals feel ‘degraded’

New Seton LaSalle football coach Mauro Monz and assistants could face a one-year suspension by the WPIAL


Braddock’s mayor picks Malcolm Kenyatta over her predecessor, John Fetterman, in Pa. Senate race


Job fair slated for open positions at Live! Casino Pittsburgh

Local News

Professionally designed skate park planned for Wilkes-Barre

National News

Firefighter testifies in Chauvin trial: ‘I was desperate to help …and this human was denied that’

New Jersey

N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy signs measure allowing early in-person voting


Many high school athletes face the trauma of violence and death. Their coaches face it too.

As firearm arrests go up, DA’s office is not winning those cases, city’s top cop says

Landlord locks out tenants despite judge’s order, then leaves the states to sail the Caribbean

The Philly jail unit where a man was killed was left unsupervised for hours, records show–20210330.html

Philly City Councilmembers call for an increased focus on violence interruption as shootings continue

Philly’s pandemic budget hole is big compared with other cities

The first female head of Philadelphia’s Church of the Advocate is stepping down

Slaying of beauty pageant finalist is another sign of how out of control gun violence is | Jenice Armstrong

Mall shooting leaves 1 dead in Philadelphia


Biden’s visit to Pittsburgh today will focus on a national rebuild

In visit to Pittsburgh, Biden will speak from pro-union and well-worn carpentry facility

Why Joe Biden is pitching his infrastructure plan in Pittsburgh, where he launched and ended his campaign

Biden heads to Pittsburgh region to unveil major infrastructure plan

In Pgh return, Biden to unveil $2T plan to rebuild infrastructure, create jobs, move to clean energy

Fitzgerald’s veto of paid sick leave bill remains after Allegheny County Council vote

Attempt to override Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald’s veto of paid sick leave law fails by 1 vote

‘Colorful and uplifting’ social-distancing reminder coming to at least 1 Port Authority bus shelter

COVID-19 now widespread in 13 Pitt residence halls as officials fear end-of-semester surge

Pitt says covid is ‘widespread’ in residence halls, adds 30 cases

Pittsburgh City Council to consider ‘clarifying language’ for eviction moratorium

Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy announces Earth Day Events in April

State News

Pa. Commission for Women honors 19 veterans

Immigration activists sue Berks commissioners to learn plans for ICE detention center

Immigration rights advocates sue Berks County commissioners over the Berks Residential Center

Federal evictions ban extended but officials urge tenants to seek help now if they’re struggling with rent

Utility shut-off ban ends Thursday; Western Pennsylvania companies say help is available

Pennsylvania customers face utility shutoffs Wednesday

Pa. utility shutoffs resume on April 1. Here’s what you can do if you owe

Peco seeks electric rate hike that would boost bills by 9.65%, citing grid costs and COVID-19

Sympathy for the cicada: Soon-to-emerge Brood X is harmless. And tasty. And really loud!


PennDOT announcing this season’s road and bridge projects

Fed up with traffic jams on Route 22? Worried about truck traffic? PennDOT wants to hear from you on transportation priorities


GOP Rep. Gaetz investigated over sexual relationship

Congresswoman Houlahan hosts forum on equity in support of people still struggling from financial woes of pandemic