Gov. Wolf applauds Pennsylvanians for successful ‘1-4-3 Day’

Demolition, sale of Allentown State Hospital still sought, Wolf administration says

Memorial Day

Memorial Day observances planned

Memorial Day parades, events planned across region

Honoring sacrifice: VA hosts Memorial Day ceremony

Parades will highlight Memorial Day weekend in Bucks, Montco


Gateway Health Plan to lay off 100 workers in Western Pa., West Virginia

King of Prussia and Bala Cynwyd are so stuffed with retail that stores are moving to nearby areas, report says

America’s CEOs get $800,000 pay raise, and there’s no signs the increases will slow


New Kensington police step up patrols in area of deadly shooting

Armstrong County creates court program to help veterans get back on track

Police beef up presence in special operation


What Pa. counties can learn from voters’ reactions to Montgomery County’s paper-ballot rollout

Brown observes count, says he won GOP write-ins

Kevin Barnhardt moves ahead for second spot on Democratic ticket for Berks County commissioner

Local News

W-B City Hall closed Monday, DPW services moved

Free dental clinic planned at arena

St. Ubaldo Day a boost for Jessup businesses

State files $20G lien against Lackawanna County

Maintain art along city Heritage Trail

Air show provides economic boost for Westmoreland County

Child welfare officials seek foster families in Westmoreland County

Safe Berks opens place for safe play

Derailment cleanup nearly complete in Wyomissing

National News

Missouri governor signs restrictive abortion bill

‘Here we go again’: Judge blocks Mississippi 6-week abortion ban


‘Like being in a war zone’: Although routine, shootings still rattle North Philly residents, merchants

Are Philly’s streets named after trees ordered from hardwood to softwood?

Philly charter operator String Theory, turned down by school board, now consulting for another charter, CHAD

Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s 75-acre seminary property in Lower Merion is sold

An unexpected and very happy reunion reminds a social worker why she loves what she does

Philly’s supervised injection site nonprofit gets tax-exempt status from IRS

Philly isn’t the only city struggling to keep its library system afloat; celebs decry budget cuts in NYC

Rochelle Bilal, who won Democratic nomination for Philly sheriff, finds the city’s politics ‘disturbing’

With Mayor Jim Kenney’s election excuse gone, Philly’s got nothing to lose on supervised injection sites — except more lives | Mike Newall

Mystery shoppers get the scoop on what it’s like to be a patron at the Free Library

Philadelphia schoolteacher sold cocaine to undercover officer, police say


PWSA approves reimbursement program for private lead line replacements

With recycling revenue down, Pittsburgh will begin new recycling education for public

Allegheny County judge denies gag order motion in Wilkinsburg conservatorship case

Special delivery — Shadyside resident gets more than he wanted from Fedex

D. Raja resigning as Allegheny County Republican chairman

Allegheny County GOP chief D. Raja steps down

County health director Karen Hacker leaving after 6 years for CDC post

Portion of Pittsburgh’s Smallman Street to remain closed for 3 weeks

Man on cross-country lawn mowing tour for veterans visits Pittsburgh

Antonio Brown not done being a nuisance in Pittsburgh

State News

Pennsylvania has declared a hepatitis A outbreak. Here’s what it means

Free fishing comes to Pennsylvania Memorial Day weekend


Bob Casey introduces bill to help grandfamilies access more federal resources

$19.1 billion in nationwide disaster aid stalls in House after single Republican objects

Trump administration mulling change to how poverty is calculated, possibly cutting aid for those in need

U.S. Rep. Conor Lamb’s bill addressing vets’ mental health passes House