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U.S. District Judge Matthew Brann dismissed the Trump campaign’s lawsuit that claimed widespread fraud was at the root of presumed President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the Keystone State.
Businessman Amer Chaudhry and his family moved this month, prompting his resignation from Chambersburg Borough Council. Chaudhry has represented the…
Closures will be in effect Thursday, November 26, through Friday, November 27, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
The LBFC audit would examine the process of recording and counting the ballots to both confirm the accuracy of the results as well as providing suggestions on how the process might be improved.
Monthly award winners become automatic candidates for Employee of the Year, an honor given in the first quarter of the following year.
Pennsylvania’s once gloomy budget projections appear less dire than initially thought, according to a top ranking Senate Republican. Back in…
Legislators said concerns lie in complaints about “irregularities and inconsistencies;” as well as complaints that some poll watchers didn’t have full access to tabulation of election results.
Stonehill said using reserves to balance next year’s budget is a better choice than burdening the town’s struggling citizens with tax increases.
Democrats celebrated Saturday after major media outlets declared an (unofficial) election victory for the Biden-Harris ticket, predicting a Democratic win…
An impatient nation continued to wait on Pennsylvania on Saturday as the state that could decide the presidency continued to…
Unofficial totals showed Biden with 3,295,319 votes in Pennsylvania in the ongoing count, and Trump with 3,289,725. That gave Biden a lead of 5,594 votes.
The numbers will change over the next few days as write-in votes are run through the county’s high speed scanners and added to the totals.
Rowley will not hold in person rallies Election Day but is opting to do safe, social distanced visits outside each polling location.
SCOTUS on Wednesday declined Pennsylvania legislative Republicans’ request for an expedited hearing on the state’s absentee ballot deadline.
(The Center Square) – Pennsylvania bars and restaurants will see no reprieve from pandemic restrictions after the General Assembly’s latest…
One local resident received what she thought was three mail-in ballots this month. She hadn’t applied for even one, and planned to vote in person Nov. 3.