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‘Stuck again’: Philly’s restaurant owners scramble to respond to indoor dining delay

By Friday, every county in Pennsylvania will technically be in the “green” phase of reopening, which allows for indoor dining at 50% capacity, though local officials are allowed to impose more restrictive regulations.

By Miles Bryan/Keystone Crossroads

How a Pittsburgh businesswoman pivoted to take on pandemic, racism crises: ‘People need to undo what’s been done within themselves’

Lakeisha Wolf is a first-generation Pittsburgher who has been an activist since her time in college at Penn State.​
By Ariel Worthy/WESA

2 Harrisburg-based Marine Reservists’ deaths may be linked to Russian bounties

“If this was kind of swept under the carpet as to not make it a bigger issue with Russia...I lost all respect for this administration and everything.”
By Steve Marroni/PennLive

Jill Biden launches campaign to increase female voter turnout in Pennsylvania

“The American dream means nothing if it's not for all Americans. Joe believes that."
By Julia Agos

New resource center for York’s diverse population opens

York City Councilman Lou Rivera says the Spanish-American Multicultural Resource Center will address the unmet needs of the community.

By Anthony Orozco

Disbanding local police is common in Pa. But it’s caused larger problems for State Police

Pennsylvania State Police provide coverage for municipalities across the state that don’t have their own departments. That makes any talk of defunding police more complicated.

By Joseph Darius Jaafari