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Pa. Democratic lawmakers push bill to help business owners collect on COVID insurance claims

The countdown to keeping Pennsylvanians in their homes | Opinion

Coronavirus – COVID-19

Pennsylvania coronavirus update: Cases up by nearly 700, but death toll remains the same

Pa. reports no new COVID-19 deaths

Allegheny County announces 62 new coronavirus cases, no new deaths

Westmoreland County adds 20 new coronavirus cases

COVID-19 by ZIP code: Kingston sees a surge

15 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Luzerne County; 1 new death

Region adds 48 new COVID-19 cases but no new deaths

Central York High School confirms positive COVID-19 case

Scranton firefighter tests positive for COVID-19

Hotels find a new function during the pandemic: College housing

6 months of COVID-19: Pa. lives still disrupted as fall challenges loom


An overdue audit


Labor Day woes: Contractors say finding laborers major challenge

REPORT: Pa. unemployment claims recovering quickly compared to other states | The Numbers Racket

Monroe jobless rate at 17%


No locker rooms for high school teams? It’s football during COVID-19


Joe Biden to talk to labor leaders nationwide during visit to Harrisburg

Labor Day kicks off an uncommon campaign season for organized labor

QAnon conspiracy emerges in some state legislative races

Local News

Scranton’s 2021 capital budget includes $2.9M for City Hall repairs, $936K for IT upgrades

Delaware County sets up authority to oversee Internet gaming funds

Luzerne County Councilwoman sees outside development potential in tour of former juvenile detention center

Luzerne County asked to help with federal Chesapeake Bay pollution reduction mandate

National News

Jacob Blake speaks out for first time since being shot by police


Philadelphia is still very much a labor town. Here’s how workers are fighting back.

Protesters gather near Mayor Kenney’s home to oppose move to close homeless camps

Supporting labor unions is good for working families as COVID-19 continues to spread | Opinion

La Salle College High football player: Season will be dedicated to Isaiah Turner


Organization planning to build LGBTQ-friendly senior housing community

Protesters return to Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto’s home

Pittsburgh police investigating after 40 shots fired at Hill District block party, man shot in arm

State News

From free rent to gift cards, landlords are trying to entice renters with bargains

Without PUC action to guide them, smaller municipal utilities resuming shutoffs

On Labor Day: How to plan a mini-road trip to mark Pennsylvania’s worker history