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Wolf’s office responds to Trump jabs at Lehigh Valley rally: ‘What the president said is inaccurate’

Biden pays surprise visit to Chester supporters

Black women see Trump as an existential threat: ‘This election is to save our lives’

Trump, Biden hit battleground Pennsylvania with 8 days until election

Trump blitzes Pennsylvania with 3 rallies as coronavirus spikes lead to calls for him to stop

Trump tells Pa. supporters to uphold election integrity

Democrats still hold the edge, but Pennsylvania voter registration gains favor GOP

African Americans must ‘want to be successful’ for Trump’s policies to work: Jared Kushner

Millions pour into Pa. House, Senate races as Democrats vie for control

NW Allegheny voters will decide two hotly contested legislative races

I have done what I said I would do | John DiSanto

When the crop artists showed up in Centre County, the landowners let them turn a field into a campaign sign

Christina Finello seeks to flip seat to Dems, become first woman to represent 1st District

GOP resurrects Facebook posts by Democrat running for Pa. House in Northeast Philly

Trump faces an uphill effort courting the Amish vote in Pennsylvania

What we will and won’t know on election night in Pennsylvania

What is ‘ballot harvesting,’ and who can and can’t deliver your mail ballot in Pa.

Nine discarded ballots will be counted, Luzerne County manager says

Hundreds wait hours to vote early in Luzerne County ahead of deadline

Doctor-turned-U.S. Rep. enjoys police backing, as ex-FBI agent challenger hits the coronavirus: 13th Congressional race

Four candidates vying to fill open seat to be Pa.’s next top fiscal watchdog

Rep. Sue Helm battles challenger Patty Smith in Pa. House’s 104th District

Super supporters: These voters go above and beyond in their adoration for Trump, Biden

Corridor Counts series: She could lose her home. She can’t vote. But, she says, ‘I am an activist’ for this Reading community

Corridor Counts series: In Allentown, two Latinos — one Republican, one Democrat — have a common foe: The Democratic establishment

Stand up on Election Day. Then keep standing up for the things that matter | Opinion

Slow election results don’t mean fraudulent results. Here’s why | Opinion

A conservative PAC is sending harmful and misleading texts about transgender children to voters

Election 2020: Tuesday, Oct. 27 is the last day to request a mail-in ballot in Pa.

Supreme Court rejects request to extend Wisconsin’s deadline for counting mail-in ballots

Trump campaign sending out invitations for ‘EPIC’ election night party at his D.C. hotel

Coronavirus – COVID-19

Pa. health secretary Levine says covid can be contained through masking and other efforts

Levine: Avoid small gatherings for the holidays to stop spread of COVID-19

COVID-19 Update: Pa. reports over 3,000 new cases, 19 deaths in past two days

COVID-19 cases rise across the region, amid a ‘major’ outbreak at a Philly treatment center

Luzerne County has ‘substantial’ level of COVID-19 transmission

Allegheny County adds 177 covid cases over past 2 days

Westmoreland adds 125 covid cases over past 2 days, 3 new deaths

Risk of coronavirus community spread in Berks substantial for second straight week, state metrics show

Berks County passes 9,000 coronavirus cases as new daily infections top 100 for the third straight day

Kane Scott reports 19 deaths in senior living facility

Two workers on Wilkes-Barre Area High School project test positive for COVID-19

Luzerne County Councilman describes his COVID-19 illness


Phillips-Hill broadband regulation bill clears Senate despite Dem concerns

Restaurants need state help


Sunoco wants to block order to reroute Mariner East pipeline away from Chester’s Marsh Creek Lake

Man loses injunction over Giant Eagle mask policy

Gov. Wolf: UK’s largest kitchen retailer bringing 360 jobs to Luzerne County

New manufacturer in Hanover Industrial Estates to create 360 jobs

ALDI grocery store to open in Tunkhannock area on Nov. 5


Lackawanna County Prison locked down amid case of COVID-19


School boards mull options for in-person lessons as COVID-19 cases rise regionally

Scranton School District plans new approach for lead in water

Westmoreland County school officials scrambling after ‘substantial’ COVID-19 designation

As COVID cases climb, more schools opting for in-person learning

Mixed reactions for school districts after county risk dubbed ‘substantial’

Pennsylvania’s Catholic schools face uncertainty in pandemic era | Opinion

Allegheny County Health Department investigating tuberculosis case at Brentwood High School

Wilson Southern Middle School closes this week because of coronavirus cases

Local News

No tax breaks for Scranton residents, court sides with city

West Deer approves $100 fine to combat false alarms

Latrobe Council majority objects to members participating remotely after pandemic

$500K Chester County grant will help Phoenixville street upgrade


Voters across Philly wait through rain, cold, and long lines as window to cast ballots early closes

Fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. prompts heated overnight protests in West Philly

Police officer run over, cop car set on fire during protests over police shooting in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is ‘fully stocked’ to handle Election Day security, mayor says

The Parkway homeless encampment is fenced and (nearly) clear

Philly housing crisis looms as eviction moratorium legislation stalls in City Council

Racial tensions and resentment persist in Philly courts, judge and civil rights attorney say

SEPTA’s new Wissahickon bus station promises better connections. But it could harm a beloved Philly landscape.

Jefferson University plans a pricey Philadelphia outpatient tower, but isn’t saying much on financing

David Brigham is leaving PAFA to run Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Susan G. Komen’s Philadelphia chapter is closing as the once-iconic breast cancer charity shrinks


Tree of Life | 2 years later: Word spread quickly through Pittsburgh Jewish community on morning of massacre

Rabbi Deborah Waxman and Seth Rosen: Mourning, recovering and rebuilding

Tree of Life | 2 years later: Book, oral history project give voice to Pittsburghers affected by 10/27

Two years since Tree of Life shooting, anti-Semitism persists in politics | Opinion

Two years after Tree of Life shooting, pandemic has ‘retraumatized people’

Redemption of a relic: Restoration of old locomotive roundhouse in Hazelwood taking form

More than 250,000 mail-in ballots returned so far in Allegheny County

PPS board could give Hamlet power to determine return to school

New bike lane Downtown finally connects GAP trail to other protected lanes

Ford to donate $200K in facemasks to Pittsburgh

New recycling bins to be distributed in East Liberty, Garfield and Highland Park

Ivanka Trump to stump in Pittsburgh on Wednesday

The presidential candidates grab attention, but it’s the smaller Pa. races that touch local lives | John Baer

State News

Bucks teen shot in Nockamixon State Park may have been killed by a hunter in a ‘terrible accident,’ DA says

Teen shot at Nockamixon State Park dies; DA begs hunter seen near shooting site to come forward

Pa. Liquor Control Board adding seasonal employees at stores


Barrett confirmed as Supreme Court justice in partisan vote, takes oath