The sitting judges of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. (Source: The State of Pennsylvania)
The sitting judges of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. (Source: The State of Pennsylvania)

Headlines:

U.S. Supreme Court rules that Pa. ballots can arrive up to three days after Nov. 3: The court divided 4-4 on the issue, thus letting stand the Pa. Supreme Court's ruling to allow election officials to receive and count ballots through Nov. 6. (Source: WGAL)

Gov. Tom Wolf asks Pennsylvanians to 'double down' on efforts to slow Covid-19 spread: Wolf and Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine urged Pennsylvanians to stay vigilant to counteract a fall resurgence of coronavirus. "The virus doesn’t care if it’s a family member or a friend," Levine said. (Source: WITF)

Lancaster nonprofit served its 10,000th meal to residents in need: The Arch Street Center, a nonprofit dedicated to day programing for adults with severe mental illness, has been serving free take-away lunches since March. (Source: LNP)

National roundup: Protest arrests shown to be average Americans, not urban "antifa." (Source: AP) U.S. government to file antitrust lawsuit against Google. (Source: Reuters) Federal judge strikes down Trump rule against food stamps. (Source: UPI) Presidential nominees will have muted mics during opponent's answers for final debate. (Source: NBC) UNICEF stockpiling half a billion syringes for Covid-19 vaccine. (Source: UPI)

Olivia Smucker