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Biden vows to ‘get right to work’ despite Trump resistance

Biden says Trump’s refusal to concede won’t impede transition

Biden’s blue-collar appeal brought in just enough white working-class voters to help him win Pennsylvania

Philly isn’t why Biden won Pennsylvania. And Pennsylvania probably isn’t why Biden won the White House

Experts: Trump lawsuit targeting Allegheny County election not legally sound

State’s request to move Trump organization’s vote challenge to Harrisburg is denied

Pa. received 10,000 ballots after polls closed on Election Day

Erie postal worker recants claims of ballot tampering, officials say

Pa. Republicans’ unfounded allegations of election fraud contribute to a menacing environment | Editorial

Trump’s voter fraud lawsuits are not about contradicting the will of all the people — just the Black ones | Solomon Jones

Pennsylvania Republicans are parroting Trump’s false election claims as the post-Trump GOP takes shape

Pa. GOP lawmakers to probe unverified fraud claims in election they largely won

Group of GOP legislators push for audit of Pennsylvania’s vote

State lawmakers call for creation of a panel to investigate, audit election

Complaints spark Pa. House to investigate the election and ‘follow the facts where they lead’

Republican-led state House committee to scrutinize Pennsylvania election; hearings may happen this month

The Pa. House will review the 2020 election, but it’s unlikely it will change the results

Pa. Treasurer Joe Torsella has lost his reelection bid, in a big upset by Republican Stacy Garrity

Lewis-DelRosso declares victory in race for 33rd state House district seat vs. Dermody

Oakmont Councilwoman Carrie DelRosso claims victory in race to unseat Frank Dermody

Tally may bring challenges under Pennsylvania recount rules

More than 1,100 votes added to county count from Nov. 3 election

Allegheny County to count 2,349 undated ballots

Westmoreland County ballot challenges to be heard Friday

Thank you, election workers

Texas’ Lt. Gov. offers voter fraud bounty; Pa.’s Fetterman offers him Luzerne County case

Transparency protects state vote count

Former Pa. Gov. Tom Ridge talks about the 2020 election and why voting honors veterans

League of Women Voters says there is no credible evidence of fraud in 2020 election | Opinion

Veterans Day

75 years later, WWII vet remembers the fighting, the wounds and the POW camp

Harrison World War II veteran looks back at his time in the Navy, 99 years of life

Silver Star recipient recalls ‘daring bombing mission’

Animal Friends celebrates Veterans Day with free adoptions and discounted supplies

Veterans Day deals for vets, active-duty military throughout Western Pa.

Grateful veteran gets a home in Scranton for his family

Wall of Honor dedicated to veterans in the Lutheran Home at Topton

On Veterans Day, central Pa. town honors ‘hometown heroes’

Coronavirus – COVID-19

With more record-breaking COVID-19 spikes, officials say people need to stop having private social gatherings

COVID-19 Update: Pa. sets another one-day record high with over 4,300 new cases

Berks County adds 148 new coronavirus cases as Pa. sets a record with 4,361

Allegheny County reports 317 new covid-19 cases, says many attended parties, gatherings

COVID-19 cases increase at WB General, Geisinger hospitals

Employees at W-B General and Geisinger test positive for COVID-19

Cases, deaths surge locally and statewide as COVID-19 spreads

133 new COVID-19 cases reported in Luzerne County

Westmoreland County adds 5 new covid-19 deaths, 119 new cases

Ala Stanford, Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium leader, talks about the coming winter and coronavirus surges

Philly’s Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, member of Biden’s COVID task force, lays out how to control the pandemic | Trudy Rubin


GOP lawmakers flout mask, social-distancing rules as COVID-19 surges in Pa.

Climate change and the environment could break Pennsylvania’s partisan gridlock | Opinion


Ring video doorbells recalled because of fire hazard

Election uncertainty ebbs, but small-business owners only cautiously hopeful on vaccine news


West Philly man traveled to 8 counties, buying 36 guns he illegally sold to others, DA says

1 killed, 2 injured in hotel shooting in Luzerne County

Multiple DUI offender awaiting court date


A third of Southern Lehigh High teachers call in sick, forcing classes into cafeteria

Norwin covid-19 cases piling up

Westmoreland Intermediate Unit sends 1,000 backpacks of supplies to students in Western Pa.

Young women hear from mentors about careers in science

Penn installs a 16-foot sculpture of a Black female figure at entrance to campus

Misericordia lays off 10 faculty members

Allegheny College will require all employees to take a 2-week furlough

Health Care

Tower Health considers selling Philadelphia-area hospitals

Clinic opens in Clairton to address pediatric asthma crisis

Local News

Former Scranton cop’s leaked internal affairs file shows a slew of derogatory remarks

Scranton negotiates healthcare savings

Coronavirus doesn’t stop annual meal for Berks County’s homeless and needy

Berks County Community Foundation awards $79,600 in grants to Boyertown-area projects

National News

At U.S. Supreme Court, opponents of Obamacare field skeptical questions from justices


A South Philly rowhouse is becoming a free primary care clinic with a specialty in equity

Philadelphia’s Constitution Center has become the go-to source of civic know-how for a nation in government stress

Another Philly school board member is resigning; mayor must now replace a third of the board

Citing surge in COVID-19, Philly schools reverse reopening plan; will continue virtual instruction until further notice

Police are investigating 3 fatal crashes, including 2 hit-and-runs


Pittsburgh allocates $3 million in federal funding for covid-19 relief programs

Allegheny County sees ‘unprecedented’ spike in demand to carry concealed guns

No hunting in Frick Park

Aiding the most vulnerable: URA to advance plans for a Downtown homeless shelter

Homeless shelters will open in Downtown and Uptown this winter

New COVID-19 daily cases more than double at Pitt

Bedford Dwellings shooting leaves man dead

City Council approves Texas firm to review social justice clashes between police, protesters

Pittsburgh police investigate 2nd port-a-potty explosion in a week

State News

Court ruling throws Pennsylvania smart-meter plan into turmoil

Former congressional candidate in Pa. sparks controversy with deleted tweet

A white former Pa. Republican candidate tweeted that he is ‘a black gay guy’ and the internet had questions

Dean Browning explains the bizarre ‘I’m a black gay guy’ tweet, and what happened when it went viral

Mounds of old tires lead to massive DEP fine

Pa. medical marijuana advisory board nixes new qualifying conditions as industry booms


Trump loyalists get top Pentagon jobs after Esper firing