4 hrs ago | The News Item
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.
8 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice
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.
12 hrs ago | The Lebanon Daily News
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.
Three cheers for the emergency first responders, PennDOT, its engineers, draftsmen, work crews and the many construction workers who reacted almost immediately to the I-81 bridge catastrophe in Susquehanna Township.
A Pennsylvania native, Kathy Strunk says spring has her craving rhubarb and asparagus, which are bountiful this time of year in Pennsylvania.
The EAC was created in the aftermath of the disastrous elections of 2000 as part of the Help America Vote Act.
The answer to this week's Pennsylvania Mystery Species, a weekly, serial contest about the wild things and wild places of Pennsylvania, was posted here earlier today.
After years of development, a new set of educational standards for Pennsylvania has run into late-in-the-game opposition along unusual political lines.
Vanessa Adams stood in line Friday afternoon at a Downtown convenience store hoping to win the largest Powerball jackpot in history.
Pennsylvania State Police have not said what happened in the small town of Baxter.
THE RESTAURANTS and merchants of Rittenhouse Row are gathering again on Walnut Street this Saturday, and that means about 50,000 area residents and guests will be joining them for one of Center City's largest street fairs.
The state Department of Labor & Industry said Friday the April rate of 7.6 percent compared to 7.9 percent in March.