In its October 2023 employment situation report, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry revealed that the state’s unemployment rate held steady at a historic low of 3.4%, unchanged from the previous month and notably below the national rate of 3.9%. Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate in October 2023 was a full percentage point lower than the same …
The holiday shopping season is already in full swing, and AARP Pennsylvania has some tips on how to avoid becoming a victim of fraud or identity theft.
Bipartisan legislation that proposes the installation of solar panels in schools across Pennsylvania awaits a vote in the state Senate.
Metropolitan areas across the state’s central region continue to experience low fuel costs.
Clean-energy companies and supporters are calling on federal officials to prioritize the development of charging infrastructure for EV powered medium and heavy duty trucks in Pennsylvania and across the nation.
By Bob McCullough, Pennsylvania Capital-StarNovember 28, 2023 We are in the midst of a mental health crisis here in the United States and young people, sadly, are not immune. The prevalence of mental health challenges for young people is well-documented, but access to mental health services remains extremely limited. The pandemic exacerbated mental health issues …
In dominating fashion, the Penn State Nittany Lions triumphed over the Michigan State Spartans in a resounding 42-0 victory.
The high school football playoffs quarterfinals unfolded in a spectacle of grit and determination.
In a significant setback for environmental efforts in Pennsylvania, a state court recently ruled that a program designed to reduce air pollution from power plants is illegal.
During a public hearing on improving school funding, the Pennsylvania Basic Education Funding Commission heard from people who stressed the need to set fair and adequate funding targets for every school in the state.