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Pa. House fails to override Gov. Wolf’s veto of bill to loosen coronavirus restrictions on bars, restaurants

Pa. House falls short in bid to override Gov. Wolf’s veto of bill loosening restaurant restrictions

Pa. House falls two votes shy of overturning Wolf restaurant occupancy veto

Lawmakers unsatisfied with state’s handling of jobless benefit claims, demand improvement

Erie lawmakers support requests for ballot pre-canvassing ahead of Election Day

Robert Graboyes: No, Canada, The difficulty of importing Canadian drug prices to Pa.

‘The best part of it is picking your own time to leave,’ Scarnati says, as Pa. Senate pays tribute to retiring GOP leader

Coronavirus – COVID-19

Pa.’s daily COVID-19 count eclipses 1,000 for second straight week

Pennsylvania reports 1,557 new covid-19 cases, 33 additional deaths

Allegheny County sees new covid-19 case counts trend continue

NEPA’s case count increases by 85; New York governor discourages travel to Pennsylvania

Berks County has 81 new coronavirus cases, reflecting a rising trend in the county and in Pa.

After decline, coronavirus cases trending up in Chester, Delaware counties

State could recommend closure of Westmoreland County schools over coronavirus surge

Hempfield Area High School will temporarily close as new COVID-19 cases are reported

3 Baldwin-Whitehall buildings closed after staffer tests positive for covid-19

2nd Deer Lakes staffer tests positive for covid-19

With 5 COVID cases, Pittston Area extends virtual-only learning to Jan. 4

One in 10 Penn State students who returned to State College has now had COVID-19

Officials: Greene County prison inmate dies of covid-19

New report outlines ‘devastating’ impact the coronavirus has had on Latino communities

Older COVID-19 patients battle ‘brain fog,’ weakness, and emotional turmoil

Departments of Agriculture, Health confirm state’s first COVID-19 positive cat

McConnell warns White House against COVID-19 relief deal


Pa. lawmakers must increase budgets for trails as more people head outdoors amid pandemic | Opinion


2nd medical marijuana dispensary opening in Monroeville


School is digital, kids are overwhelmed. How do you manage screen time in the COVID era?

Kutztown University gets $1 million grant to help recruit students


Barack Obama to hold first in-person campaign event for Joe Biden in Philadelphia

Biden-Harris caravan, rally planned in Alle-Kiski Valley

USA TODAY/Suffolk Poll: Joe Biden leading Donald Trump by 7 points in pivotal Pennsylvania

Trump didn’t bring back coal in Pa. But that doesn’t mean miners are backing Biden.

As Pa. coronavirus cases spike, Trump falsely says U.S. is ‘rounding the turn’ on the pandemic

Meuser, Wegman face off in TV debate

Pennsylvania 10th Congressional District candidates Perry, DePasquale talk issues, politics with PennLive

Smucker faces young progressive Hammond in Pa.’s 11th congressional district race

A W. Pa. lawmaker asks for forgiveness at the ballot box, as voters wonder who they can trust

What to do if you haven’t received your mail ballot yet in Pennsylvania

People from N.J. and N.Y. are moving to this Pa. swing county. What does that mean for its politics?

Westmoreland sheriff wants deputies to patrol polling places on Election Day, in case needed

Westmoreland GOP rally short on candidates

Counting votes is governance, not politics

Perry County stands alone in Pa. by requiring voters to pay for postage to cast ballots by mail

Health Care

Mercy Fitzgerald nurses say conditions at hospital are deplorable

Local News

Scranton parking revenue continues to suffer, but operators don’t plan 2021 rate hike

Internal audit planned to determine if Scranton employees owe city taxes, fees

Lackawanna County holds in-person budget hearing, two more planned

“At first, it made me feel defensive.” How Bucks County’s DA is confronting racism with local police | Opinion

Luzerne County won’t renew lobbyist contract in 2021 budget

In new rankings, Hazleton rates best of the not-so-good regional cities

Muhlenberg police educate public on pedestrian safety laws after uptick in fatal accidents

Public weighs in on the future of the Reading Downtown Improvement District

Safe Berks Silent Witness Project memorializes victims of domestic abuse by video due to coronavirus

National News

Recreational marijuana: Coming soon to a state near you


Philadelphia Black Lives Matter activists say they’re building the movement beyond protests — they’re confronting the disparities that put people in the criminal justice system in the first place

Only Philadelphians can navigate SEPTA. That’s going to change.

Johnny Doc slams FBI raid as an ‘abuse of power,’ suggests it’s linked to his union’s support of Biden

Sunday’s parade of hearses will be a grim sight but will hopefully serve as a warning | Jenice Armstrong

Philly city councilmembers press the Police Department on the tactics officers used during the spring’s unrest


A pandemic discount: Some Downtown parking garages cut evening, weekend rates to $3

Man claims discrimination over medical marijuana, sues Allegheny County

3 injured in shooting in Brighton Heights

Allegheny County health department closes 3 more businesses for breaking COVID safety rules

Allegheny County expanding election office hours

City pays settlement in police chase crash, will likely pay another in whistleblower suit

Pittsburgh, Allegheny County adopt protections for natural hairstyles on the same day

Susan G. Komen to close affiliates, including one in Pittsburgh

Film Pittsburgh Fall Festival goes online, as executive director nears 2 decades at helm

State News

Pa. Supreme Court hears arguments in priest abuse case

An American success story

Pa. in peak season for number of ticks carrying Lyme disease

Montgomery County among counties leading Pa. in new PFA filings in 2019


LCTA asks county council to explore merger with COLTS