Veterans Day

‘The reason why we have freedom’

Women comprise a growing part of combat veterans in Western Pennsylvania, America

Crowds at W-B parade pay respect to those who served

Armistice Day’s 100th anniversary a reminder to care for veterans

Veterans Day service in Reading salutes those who served

Veterans Day observed at social center in Reading

Some businesses closed in observance of Veterans Day


Secrecy or else: An angry tweet puts Amazon in a bad light

Amazon HQ2 frenzy reignites, but Philly should relax | Editorial

Catholic Church

‘Ripe for abuse’: How Catholic sex scandal convinced one seminarian to go public

Victims’ fund part of solution


State aid fuels plan for Erie school buildings

Students arrested, security officer assaulted in brawl at Lincoln University


Straight party voting at all-time high in Westmoreland County

Suburban Philly is now the kind of place that elects Democrats

The Rundown: Race in 15th District too close to call

Pa. 10th candidate George Scott is due back in the pulpit next month; beyond that, he’s keeping his options open

How did U.S. Rep. Scott Perry keep his seat? Outside money, home cooking and turnout

Berks County students worked the polls on Election Day

One state fixed its gerrymandered districts, the other didn’t. Here’s how the election played out in both.

Local News

Haas suggests expense cuts as budget talks move forward

Luzerne County sheriff outlines budget challenges

Luzerne County Coroner Lisman discusses his retirement plans

Monday Update: Landfill gas refinery on track for 2019 completion

Archbald to consider ban on all tobacco products in parks, playgrounds

City awaits news on Act 47 grants

‘Taste’ event fuels fledgling chamber youth leadership project

Reading program expands

Suspended Leechburg police Chief Mike Diebold seeking spousal support

$1,000 gift created to help A-K Valley men who turn life around after prison

Allegheny Township wants trails organization to acquire old rail bridge

A year after Brian Shaw’s death, New Kensington police department continues to heal

1,000 take part in walk to combat opioid, heroin crisis in West Chester

National News

Florida election recount continues amid tensions, litigation

To rising GOP star Dan Crenshaw, his whirlwind past week is ‘life … not a challenge’

Ex-President George W. Bush, wife Laura receive Liberty Medal amid protests


2 killed in hit-and-run collisions in N. Philly, Rhawnhurst

Pedestrian critically injured in Center City hit-and-run

Can Philly learn a lesson from the most gentrified city in America? | Ideas We Should Steal

How you can help Philly cut costs when it comes to recycling | Opinion


Pittsburgh’s past vs. present: See how the city has changed in a decades-long evolution

On anniversary of police shooting, Leon Ford launches city council campaign

Pittsburgh eyeing gun legislation in wake of synagogue massacre

In Pittsburgh and beyond, the bells toll for veterans, Armistice Day

At spontaneous shrine at Tree of Life, some grieve alone, others find community

Tree of Life latest stop for duo that tries to bring light to tragedy sites

The importance of Mac Miller, the late rapper who inspired a generation of Pittsburgh youth

Pittsburgh drug bust nets 10,000 bags of heroin

State News

Water power: Lackawanna River banks still bear unsightly evidence of summer floods

Should admitted thief receive a city pension? Nope, Pa. court says

The 50 tiniest boroughs in Pennsylvania


Democrats seek ways to protect Mueller probe from Whitaker