With no deal between Gov. Tom Wolf and the GOP-led legislature, the processing of mail ballots can’t begin until 7 a.m. on Election Day, opening room for candidates to falsely declare victory.
The latest challenge raises a new legal question: whether extending the deadline affords mail-in voters a privilege not enjoyed by those who vote in person on Nov. 3.
In terms of relative comparisons, the current figure of 339 new COVID-19 cases over the last 14 days per 100,000 residents is 232% higher compared to Lebanon County’s figures one month ago and 79% higher compared to 14 days ago.
Charge against Taste of Sicily for Commonwealth can’t be appealed, but continued flouting of Governor’s COVID orders could result in new charges.
This year, the Halloween trick-or-treat tradition faces an unprecedented obstacle with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The state House unanimously passed long-awaited changes Monday, but Senate leadership refused to advance it, leaving many landlords and families on the financial brink.
Voters in Northampton County — widely seen as a bellwether for the 2020 election — will use machines that in 2019 caused voting errors and miscounts.
Positive rate creeps up to 15.5% for October, up from 8.2% in September.
Local businesses harmed by COVID-19 pandemic get CARES Act grants distributed by public-private partnership.
The high court’s refusal to intervene in the case, brought by state Republicans, means ballots in Pennsylvania will be accepted through Nov. 6.
Still, Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar is urging state lawmakers to take additional action to prevent the possibility of delayed results.
Uptick in county cases continues, with positive rate and new case counts reaching another new high.
The Concerned Citizens of Lebanon County, a community group fighting the ongoing Mariner East pipeline project through Lebanon County, is angry but not surprised by recent revelations about safety issues and secrecy surrounding the plan.
Here are the latest obituaries from around Lebanon County.
Positive rate, new case counts both higher than seen in April. Lebanon County seventh in state for new cases per 100,000 residents.