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Corporal Paul Antonucci drives back to the City of Coatesville Police Department headquarters after responding to a report of unattended children on Nov. 19, 2019. Ed Mahon / PA Post
The president urged the crowd to turn out in next year’s election, promising that if they did he and Mike Pence would win Pennsylvania again, “but even bigger.”
A midstate district attorney’s office is issuing a public health alert after a recent rash of drug overdoses.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has twice denied requests to tour the Berks County Residential Center, where people are being kept for months while they await administrative hearings.
The party was designed to help Philadelphia families who have lost loved ones to homicide get through a season that can feel alienating and lonely for people in grief.
Many in Pennsylvania were ready to gamble on what some advocates tout as the state’s next cash crop.
The fact that many schools either didn’t test or didn’t respond to repeated requests for comment left some parents uneasy.
The Neshaminy School District in Bucks County is appealing a state decision that requires it to get rid of any logos and imagery that “negatively stereotype Native Americans.”
Ahead of the holiday shopping season, a consumer safety organization is warning about the dangers of three types of toys.