Central Pennsylvania football was in full effect on Friday October 6th, with several top teams in action.
After years of decline, enrollment at universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) is starting to see those numbers rebound, according to PASSHE officials.
Pennsylvania advocacy groups will gather at the Capitol rotunda for a “Fix Harrisburg” press conference today to deliver a new performance report to state lawmakers, calling for changes to legislative rules and more progress.
With the United Auto Workers still on strike, elected officials argue that it’s important for the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed clean-car standards to be enacted.
Pennsylvania governments could save taxpayers millions and reduce pollution by transitioning their fleets to electric vehicles, according to findings from a recent report.
Josh Shapiro recently signed House Bill 1100 into law, expanding the state’s existing property tax and rent rebate program.
The Pennsylvania housing market continues to mirror what is being seen nationally.
One-third of the way through the 2023-24 legislative session, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives has had almost as many special elections as it had in the entirety of the previous session.
Car prices are dropping, both for gas-powered and electric vehicles. So, are more Pennsylvanians planning to buy EVs?
A new report analyzes salary data and the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has on the workforce of child-welfare, juvenile-justice and children’s mental and behavioral health organizations across Pennsylvania.