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Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill says children have gone through high school or college faster than it has taken for work to be finished on the I-83... [Read More]
Legislation that won state Senate approval on Wednesday has state education department officials encouraging parents to think long and hard about having their child repeat... [Read More]
With COVID-19 mitigation orders soon to be lifted and vaccination rates on the rise, Gov. Tom Wolf's administration plans to build on lessons learned and... [Read More]
Teleworking has been the rule for many state government employees since last March but policies are changing as Gov. Tom Wolf's mitigation orders get relaxed. [Read More]
Lawmakers joined hunger relief advocates to begin planting some vegetables in a plot next to the Pennsylvania Capitol as part of an annual tradition to... [Read More]
The Republican leader says she completed four chemotherapy treatments five weeks ago. [Read More]
Ward disclosed on a western Pennsylvania radio show on Tuesday she learned of her diagnosis two weeks after becoming the state's first woman elected as... [Read More]
Four candidates are vying for this open Senate seat in a May 18 special election to fill an unexpired term representing Lebanon County and parts... [Read More]
The four candidates vying for this seat in a May 18 special election have differing views on many issues except one. [Read More]
More than 300 colleges and universities across the country are imposing pre-arrival COVID-19 vaccination requirements for students planning to enroll in the fall to prevent... [Read More]
Legislation is advancing in the Senate that would provide parents the option of helping their child recover from learning loss related to the COVID-19 pandemic... [Read More]
Reps. Ryan Mackenzie and his mother, Rep. Milou Mackenzie, are believed to be the state's first mother-son duo to serve in the same legislative chamber... [Read More]
Gov. Tom Wolf is lifting the COVID-19 restrictions on businesses and gatherings at 12:01 a.m. Memorial Day. Lawmakers say doing it at the start of... [Read More]
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