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Pa. says ‘overwhelming majority of ballots’ will be counted three days after Election Day

Pennsylvania officials don’t anticipate tallying election results will take more than a few days after voters head to the polls and ballots are in, but declaring a winner will likely take longer.

By Robert Brod/Keystone Crossroads

‘It’s been there forever’: African American Museum of Bucks County finds a home with its own rich history

Once a bustling farmhouse, the property has historical ties to the Great Migration of the 20th century, during which 6 million African Americans moved to Northern areas in search of economic opportunity.

By Robert Brod/Keystone Crossroads

Philly congressional reps call for increased Postal Service funding

Philadelphia and surrounding counties are reporting significant delays in mail delivery. And some people report going three weeks and longer without getting their mail.

By Robert Brod/Keystone Crossroads

‘The Care We Share’ helps families navigate their children’s complex new medical needs

Caring for a child with a feeding tube, a ventilator, or a trach collar can be difficult. For the families of these children, knowing how to prepare for that care can be overwhelming, as available resources are often difficult to find.

By Robert Brod/Keystone Crossroads

For 2020, Philadelphia hopes to build on 2018 record-breaking young voter turnout

Philadelphia is turning to college campuses to boost young voter participation even more for 2020.

By Robert Brod/Keystone Crossroads

Chester County Historical Society wins six-figure prize in national women’s history contest

Grant money was given to the 20 sites in the U.S. with the most online votes after a month-long national campaign. Chester County came in fourth place, winning $150,000.

By Robert Brod/Keystone Crossroads