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Pa. House narrowly passes short-term budget with no tax increases

Pa. state House passes stopgap budget measure in close vote, sending it to Senate

Pennsylvania preps short-term budget amid coronavirus uncertainty


Philly lawmakers provide masks, gloves to fight COVID-19

More stimulus to Main Street

Liquor privatization gets another push in Pa.

Pa. senators pressure Gov. Wolf to allow Pocono Raceway NASCAR races

State lawmakers frustrated area counties aren’t going ‘green’

Pennsylvania legislators need to step up and protect their constituents who have pre-existing health conditions | Opinion

Coronavirus – COVID-19

Sources: Two top officials at a Pa. veterans nursing home hit by 37 coronavirus deaths are suspended amid an investigation

Pennsylvania’s covid-19 cases ‘trend downward,’ but health official says social distancing still critical

No new COVID-19 deaths in Western Pa.; state death toll climbs by 13

Allegheny County adds 11 coronavirus cases, no new deaths

Luzerne County has 11 new COVID-19 cases

Free COVID-19 testing available throughout Allegheny County

Allegheny County community health clinics offering free covid-19 testing

Mysterious children’s illness popping up in Pa.

We need to get creative to protect nursing home residents during a pandemic. Here’s how | Simon F. Haeder

Montgomery County officials seek public’s cooperation in coronavirus contact tracing effort

Trump’s mockery of wearing masks divides Republicans


Gov. Tom Wolf, Dr. Rachel Levine talk about coronavirus and reopening Pennsylvania

Declining Pennsylvania coronavirus case counts ‘very good news,’ as counties reopen, officials say

N.J. and Delaware approve outdoor graduations, lift other restrictions as Pa. moves cautiously

Pedri: County will start to reopen next week

Cranberry moves to open parks and recreation facilities

Hempfield supervisors ask Gov. Wolf to end phased plan and reopen economy

Gov. Tom Wolf confirms Centre County will move to green phase on Friday

Montgomery County prepares to reopen courts with coronavirus precautions

Editorial: Move to yellow a beginning, not an end


Wolf says graduations need social-distancing

As coronavirus restrictions continue to ease, Wolf says he’ll meet face-to-face with press starting Friday


Giant Eagle customers with breathing problems sue company over mask policy

COVID-19 and its side effects have kept rural Pa. real estate agents busy

Federal funds available for farmers impacted by covid-19 pandemic

Danko’s fitness center will face citations as it begins operating in state’s red phase

Changes ahead as local stores set to reopen

Aid to jobless workers in Pennsylvania reaches $10.6B

From shutdown to rebound: When will car sales in Pa. pick up again?

State police cite Lehigh Valley gym owner who reopened in defiance of coronavirus closure orders

‘Not camera shy’: Pa. businesses trying to survive make video pitches for emergency aid


UPDATE: Fugitive UConn senior suspected of two homicides may have stolen an SUV in East Stroudsburg area, police say


20% of teachers probably will not return to classrooms if schools reopen this fall, poll finds

Learning Curve: Teacher and parent from St. Nicholas-St. Mary’s Elementary agree: Kids miss school

Scranton School District faced with uncertainties amid coronavirus pandemic

East Penn teachers, administrators take pay freeze to help district through coronavirus financial strain

Alvernia University takes to the streets to welcome new students amid coronavirus pandemic

Pa.’s community college have a crucial role to play in emerging from COVID-19 | Opinion


A longtime pastor and a returning candidate face off in Democratic primary in Pa. Senate’s 15th District

Diaz, Lehman competing for Democratic nomination in June 2 election for 13th Senatorial District seat

Joe Biden gets endorsement from Gov. Tom Wolf

Six Democrats vying for party’s nomination in Pa.’s auditor general’s race

Suburban Pittsburgh counties say they are ready for June 2 primary

Montgomery County sent 2,000 Pennsylvania voters the wrong ballots for next week’s primary

Montgomery County goes to court to extend Pennsylvania’s deadline for mail ballots

Suit argues to extend mail-in voting deadline as Delaware County rushes to meet demand

8th District candidates: Marsicano sees jobs as top priority for NEPA

8th District candidates: Haas cites experience in run for Congress

Berks County voter registration figures show a favorable trend for the Republican Party

Coronavirus response looms large in 106th state House GOP primary race

Health Care

A PPE fee at the dentist? New requirements could raise prices for patients.

Local News

Cognetti administration, council discussing residency waiver for OECD official

Reading is getting ready for climate change

Greensburg pool to remain closed for season

Westmoreland tire recycling event meant to help control mosquito numbers

Food box delivery to bring U.S. agriculture secretary to Westmoreland Fairgrounds

Body of Tobyhanna teen recovered from Francis E. Walter Dam

Wilkes-Barre council to consider resolution to expedite outdoor seating at restaurants

Upper Allen Twp. gives residents more time to pay property taxes because of COVID-19

National News

4 Minneapolis police officers fired after death of black man

Reports: 2 horses trained by Bob Baffert fail drug tests


Coronavirus budget cuts are a threat to the November election, Philly elections chief warns

6,000 Philly educators weighed in on reopening schools in September with the pandemic still in play. Here’s what they said.

Vote yes on Philly’s two ballot questions in 2020 primary | Endorsement

Community College of Philadelphia will start fall with online classes

Thoughts ahead of SEPTA’s fare changes? Now’s the time to speak up.

When you can’t march on City Hall, can you demand accountability? Advocates are finding out.

Boy, 9, fatally shot in East Germantown

4 wounded in North Philly shooting

Walk-up food ordering and food trucks return in Philadelphia as city eases coronavirus restrictions

Why not add social distancing circles like NYC’s to Philly parks? | Opinion


Pittsburgh Diocese sets 25% capacity for Mass

Allegheny County is dramatically reducing its polling places over COVID-19 safety concerns

Sale of Kaufmann’s falls through amid residents’ maintenance woes, lack of amenities

Gutted by pandemic, Airbnb hosts consider options moving forward

Federal grant to support organizations that bore brunt of Tree of Life massacre, aftermath

Tree of Life to donate $200K to Pittsburgh Public Safety

Doughboy vandalism likely a reference to Peru communists

Pitt approves $1M base salary for new medical school dean plus bonus pay

All Pittsburgh Public Schools students to receive SNAP benefits to make up for missed school lunches

Keeping people fed: Food bank program delivers to homes

Pittsburgh overpays police officers more than $250,000

State News

McConnells Mill State Park manager emphasizes safety after fourth person injured

State offers to help farmers pay for personal protective equipment

State to issue some funds via mail to avoid unemployment scams


Westmoreland Transit gets $7M in federal money to cover pandemic losses


Trump said Pa. Rep. Conor Lamb backed Nancy Pelosi for House speaker. That’s not true.