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Pa. Democrats enter the homestretch fearing the Supreme Court will throw out votes

Gov. Wolf: Pennsylvania prepared for Nov. 3 election

Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf says state prepared for election-related civil unrest; says Trump ‘mistaken’ about Wolf counting votes

Drop off mail ballots ASAP, governor and state election head urge

Pa. election officials to count late-arriving ballots but keep results separate in event of legal challenge

Campaign committees raise record $35.4 million to spend on Pa. Legislature in 2020 election

Women in Pennsylvania are being courted for their votes. What has changed since the last presidential election?

Biden Campaign touts ‘a tax policy that respects Pennsylvania’

Biden returns to Iowa; Trump plays defense in Michigan, Wis.

Some see Trump as a ‘protector.’ Others have ‘had enough.’ Military voters in Pa. are deeply divided.

Unrest in Philadelphia after police kill a Black man roils the presidential campaign

Trump threatened to withhold aid from Pa. as the coronavirus surges. Here’s what you need to know.

Dinner at the Bidens: In Delaware, they all know Joe Biden up close

Trump rallies keep packing in thousands despite COVID-19: ‘We need to step back into normality,’ one attendee said

Ivanka Trump lauds father, blasts Biden as ’empty vessel’ during Wayne County campaign stop

Some Pa. voters still haven’t received their mail ballots yet — and they’re getting nervous

Westmoreland elections officials: ‘Number of residents’ have not received mail-in, absentee ballots

Map: How Pa. counties plan to count 3.1 million mail-in ballots

Voters are doing their job, despite GOP efforts to interfere in the process | Editorial

Both parties training poll watchers for election day, and beyond

Council committee kicks off inquiry into county elections

In the coronavirus pandemic, absentee ballots replace polls for nursing home residents

Almost 150,000 eligible to vote in Lackawanna County on Tuesday

Some counties to delay counting mail-in ballots

Return ballots to ensure full count

‘We’ve seen more litigation than ever before;’ Pa. election coalition expects legal challenges through election day

Berks County gets $470,929 election grant from national nonprofit

Last minute opportunities for Biden and Trump in Pa. | John Baer

Vogel to face Krizan in 47th Senatorial District race

Pa. Rep. Greg Rothman faces challenger Nicole Miller in 87th House District

Kail faces off against union worker Williams to represent 15th District

Who’s running for Pa. House in the Lehigh Valley

Pa. state treasurer faces three challengers seeking his job

Coronavirus – COVID-19

Pa. won’t bring back the yellow and red shutdown phases yet, but warns against holiday gatherings

Home for the holidays: Pa. health secretary urges that gatherings be limited to immediate family

COVID-19 Update: Pa. reports 2,200 new cases

Pennsylvania reports more than 2,200 new coronavirus cases, 44 deaths

With medical stockpile, Pa. says it’s prepared for ‘full resurgence’ of coronavirus

State’s reporting week ends with the fall surge in full swing in Berks County and across Pa.

Allegheny County posts 149 new coronavirus cases, 2 deaths

Westmoreland County reports 6 new coronavirus deaths, 74 new cases

75 new COVID-19 cases, 1 death reported in county on Thursday

Pennsylvania sees highest single-day COVID-19 death toll since June

COVID-19 cases on the rise in Delaware County

North Huntingdon nursing home posts highest covid-19 cases among private operators in Westmoreland County

3rd Deer Lakes staff member tests positive for covid-19

Pennsylvania House candidate Manny Guzman tests positive for coronavirus

As coronavirus cases increase, Montgomery County officials urge residents to avoid indoor Halloween parties

Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence tests positive for COVID-19

U.S. coronavirus cases surpass 9 million; daily total sets record


Poor internet service a deterrent to rural living, survey finds

‘Major concern’ that Pa. food service, lodging, travel jobs lost during coronavirus aren’t coming back

Legislature, Wolf failed to do their jobs

Taxing skill games can help Pa. budget and small businesses [opinion]


Walmart pulls guns off shelves as precaution ahead of election

UPS hiring 840 seasonal workers in New Stanton, Pittsburgh

New brewery opening in Mountain Top

Freshpet opens $100 million Lehigh Valley expansion. Now it needs 125 more workers


Man who assaulted New Kensington hockey referee gets probation, anger management


Moon Area High School, middle school closed until Nov. 5 due to covid-19 cases

Reading School District sticking with remote classes, sports still suspended

Lessons learned: Pandemic changes ways teachers handle classrooms

Health Care

Trump doled out billions to drugmakers and hospitals with few strings attached

Local News

Cognetti announces tax-policy working group to improve Scranton’s tax structure

Berks County fire companies receive grants

Westmoreland commissioner claims county pay raises result of political threat

County backs grant for Rostraver landfill project over local objections

Westmoreland County hands out grants to Excela, nonprofits

Luzerne Foundation awards $25,000 grant to Volunteers in Medicine

Monsignor Joseph Kelly, 7 others added to diocese’s ‘credibly accused list’

‘Divisive’ billboard in Schuylkill County vandalized

Delco Strong offers third round of assistance for local businesses


‘Shoot him,’ officer said before firing at Walter Wallace Jr., lawyer says bodycam footage shows

Walter Wallace Jr. received mental health treatment just days before his death. A West Philly crisis center questions why they weren’t included in Monday’s response.

Police killing of Walter Wallace Jr. shows Kenney administration learned little from summer protests | Editorial

College professors take a deeper look at the city’s social unrest

Philly City Council votes to ban tear gas and rubber bullets in demonstrations

City lawmakers ban police use of tear gas, rubber bullets on some protesters; send bill to Kenney

Philadelphia police had launched a plan years ago to equip all patrol officers with Tasers. It never happened.

Break-ins at dozens of Philly pharmacies have owners — and customers — shaken

Philly’s Nov. 30 back-to-school plan threatened by rising COVID-19 cases

With ventilation questions and coronavirus surging, many Philly parents and teachers wonder: Will classrooms be ready?


Despite pandemic, PPG Place outdoor ice rink to open Nov. 20

Art commission takes final vote to remove Columbus statue

Behind the scenes at the Allegheny County elections warehouse

Pitt joins initiative to develop more diversity

Pittsburgh, PWSA seek proposals for innovative stormwater plan

State News

UGI will pay $1.1 million fine in 2017 fatal gas explosion that leveled a house

10-year-old Shaler student stops spotted lanternfly in its tracks

Navarro: Pennsylvania’s ‘proud frackers’ help drive state’s economy