A band performs in the historic corn barn at Nissley Vineyards over the summer. The Lancaster County winery holds a Music in the Vineyards concert series every summer, but scaled it back in 2020 due to the pandemic. (Courtesy of Nissley Vineyards)
Beyond the Tasting Room: How PA Wineries Kept Pouring During the Pandemic

Wineries across the state have made more use of their outdoor space, giving visitors beautiful views while they sip.

A worker processes mail-in ballots at the Bucks County Board of Elections office prior to the primary election, Wednesday, May 27, 2020 in Doylestown, Pa. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)
US Supreme Court Upholds Pennsylvania Mail-in Ballot Deadline

County election officials may receive mail-in ballots through 5 p.m. on Nov. 6, three days after Election Day.

A sign describes safety precautions on a mostly empty campus at the University of California, Irvine in Irvine, CA on Friday, October 2, 2020. Classes started Thursday, October 1st but most are online, leaving few students on campus due to COVID-19 (coronavirus) restrictions. (Photo by Paul Bersebach/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images)
Low-Income College Students Dropping Out, Not Enrolling in College Due to COVID

Federal student aid applications are down by nearly 100,000, a drop of four percentage points, as the coronavirus pandemic continues.

Judge rules against new rule on SNAP
Judge Rules Trump Won’t Be Able to Take Food Assistance Away From 700,000 Americans

“There are proven ways to help people find work, and taking food away from individuals makes them no more ready to find a job or secure a job."

Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine speaks during a virtual news conference on Oct. 19, 2020. (Screenshot)
Wolf and Levine to PA: Please Cooperate so Coronavirus Cases Don’t Spin Out of Control

The state Department of Health announced more than 2,300 new positive coronavirus cases and 34 coronavirus-related deaths over a two-day period.

US Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) listens as business owner Rashon Howard asks a question on Oct. 18, 2020 at South Jazz Kitchen in the Spring Garden section of Philadelphia. (Keystone Photo/Jamyra Perry)
Cory Booker and Andrew Yang Hit the Trail for Biden in Pennsylvania

President Donald Trump, former President Barack Obama, and other representatives of Trump's and Biden's campaigns are planning to visit the Keystone State this week.

Crystal Williams-Coleman, President the Guardian Civic League, right, talks to reporters during a press conference, Friday, Oct. 9, 2020, in Philadelphia. Public servants, firefighters, paramedics, emergency responders and a diverse group of law enforcement professionals denounced the Fraternal Order of Police and Local 22 for not listening to the concerns of the dues paying union members when endorsing President Donald J. Trump for re-election. (AP Photo/Michael Perez)
Black Officers Break From Unions Over Trump Endorsements

“We are members of these unions, and they don’t take into consideration our feelings about Donald J. Trump, then they don’t care about us and ... they don’t care about our dues,” one former union leader said.

Construction workers Jacob Mooney, center, Corey Bowman, left, and Jason Mooney, right, look over menus at the "Original Oyster House," before ordering fish sandwiches during this year's "1-4-3 Day," Friday, May 22, the 143rd day of 2020, in Pittsburgh. In 2019, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf declared May 23, 2019, the first "1-4-3 Day," as a day of kindness in honor of Public Broadcasting Service's Fred Rogers, the host of children's program "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood." Rogers, a Pennsylvania native who died in 2003, used 143 as his special code for "I Love You," based on the number of letters in each word. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)
Gov. Wolf Vetoes Bill to Let Restaurants Operate at Full Capacity

“This bill represents another meaningless attempt to change a necessary tool for fighting the pandemic,” Gov. Tom Wolf wrote in his veto message.