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With tree pollination emerging, and after a winter of above-average snowfall, pollen and mold spores will trigger more allergies in Pennsylvanian this spring.
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Anti-Fracking Group Announces New Electoral Campaign Seeking Drilling Moratorium Pledges from Dem.
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For your information: MNT accounts were not affected by the recent Heartbleed bug, as we were not running a vulnerable version of OpenSSL.
A cabin in Vermont, a beachfront house in the Outer Banks, and an iPad are just a few of the items that will be available at the University City Arts League's auction, May 10 from 6 to 10 at Hall of Flags, Houston Hall at the University of Pennsylvania.
Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price today announced that John L. Jackson Jr., the Richard Perry University Professor at the University of Pennsylvania and Senior Advisor for Diversity in the Office of the Provost, has been named dean of Penn's School of Social Policy & Practice.
The plan includes analysis of water quality, water flow, sediment, pesticides, hormones, invertebrates, fish tissue and more.
It's a cold but quiet commute around the Harrisburg area this morning, so far, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
A U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge reopened the bidding for First Mariner Bank on Tuesday afternoon, a decision that prompted a Pennsylvania bank to withdraw its offer.
The state is going its own way in a plan to tax natural gas, but critics say the state is missing out on millions.
Berks, Bucks, Lehigh, Luzerne, Monroe and Montgomery counties are among 26 counties across Pennsylvania that are receiving West Nile Virus Control Program grants from the state Department of Environmental Protection.
In 2001, Pennsylvania became the first state in the nation to enact a highly innovative public-private partnership in the form of an education tax credit aimed at corporations.
Planned Parenthood PAC released polling data to Keystone Politics that questions a lot of the stereotypes projected on the Commonwealth - most critical is the inclination that Pennsylvania voters are overwhelmingly against reproductive choices for women.
The Pennsylvania State Police will accept unwanted, expired and unused prescription drugs on April 26, as part of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
The Pennsylvania General Assembly is currently faced with two conflicting language bills - one that aims to create equal opportunity for all Keystone State residents, and one that aims to divide residents by the language they speak.
Police say a shooting outside a nightclub in University City early Tuesday morning claimed the life of a 31-year-old man.
An early-morning shooting near 40th and Spruce streets left a male victim pronounced dead at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania at 1:43 a.m. He was 31 years old.