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While there are major solar energy and wind energy projects in Pennsylvania and one school district in the state has won an award for cutting their energy usage by one-third, a new report from the Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium says more radical changes to Pennsylvania's energy system are needed to prevent catastrophic consequences ... (more)
Voters across the state of Pennsylvania cast ballots today for candidates running for the primary election which is always held the third Tuesday in May except during Presidential election years.
The number of state-maintained, structurally deficient spans has fallen from 5,600 three years ago to fewer than 4,500 now.
Other than the occasional patch of fog, the morning commute around the Harrisburg area is running smoothly as of 6:30 a.m., according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
The Pennsylvania company says it's launching a new line called Lancaster in three cities next month, followed by wider distribution next year.
His ordeal has a happy ending, but what an ordeal it's been: A near fatal encounter with a deadly flower; renal failure; four weeks of kidney dialysis and, finally, a $15,000 kidney transplant at the University of Pennsylvania.
In the wake of Monday's tornadoes in Oklahoma, volunteers are being deployed from around the country to assist in the recovery, including a woman from Philadelphia.
A former Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare caseworker will spend five to 10 years in state police for firing 17 shots at state troopers who surrounded his house after he allegedly refused to come out when they responded to a drunken domestic dispute in October.
The No. 1 issue that Pennsylvania voters care about is improving the economy, at least according to one poll.
A combination of events is focusing attention on whether Gov. Tom Corbett and lawmakers can perform the political hat trick of passing major legislation dealing with transportation spending, liquor store privatization and curbing public pension costs while passing the next state budget on time for the third year in a row.
Sheri Prokopchak / For The Citizens' Voice From left, Plymouth Historical Society member and family descendant Elizabeth Malloy points to a hand-carved headstone in Davenport Cemetery in Plymouth while Steve Kondrad, society president, and Albert Dragan, member, look on.
It seemed to hit the Capitol like a brick: a sudden groundswell of criticism over a move by Gov.
The odds of Rush Street Gaming successfully developing a slots parlor off Madison Street grew longer this past week with the emergence of environmental obstacles, a continued lack of sufficient information from the developer, and a revelation of more fines against Rush Street Gaming for violating Pennsylvania gambling laws.
Caleb Lawrence McGillvary, dubbed "Kai the Hatchet-Wielding Hitchhiker," was arrested Thursday evening at the Greyhound Bus Terminal in Philadelphia by members of the Philadelphia Police Department, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow said.
By Eric Boehm | PA Independent HARRISBURG - A new political nonprofit claims to be holding Gov.
It is vanishingly rare for an experimental treatment to wipe out advanced, recurrent cancer, then keep the disease from coming back.