1 hr ago | The Tribune-Democrat
Republican state senators remained unsure Monday whether they will vote for legislation that one of their members is writing to liberalize the sale of wine, beer and hard liquor in Pennsylvania, a key priority of Gov. Tom Corbett.
5 hrs ago | CBS Local
Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett has signed a bill that will prohibit coverage of most abortions by insurance policies to be offered through a federally run insurance "exchange" being set up as part of the new federal health care law.
5 hrs ago | ABC 27
Richard Allan is still the Secretary of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources on a video from the Department of Environmental Protection's website.
5 hrs ago | ABC 27
"Poison hemlock is a non-native, invasive we call it species that just seems to have exploded across the county and South Central PA," said Jeff Graybill, with Penn State Agriculture Extension.
9 hrs ago | The Times-Tribune
A new Pennsylvania law will prohibit coverage of most abortions under policies offered in a federally-run insurance marketplace starting next year.
10 hrs ago | PennLive.com
Legislative leaders are meeting with Gov. Tom Corbett this morning to get an update on where things stand following a weekend of work on attempting to resolve differences on various issues that have become attached to the 2013-14 budget.
14 hrs ago | O-R Online
As the school year ends and students hit the road for summer vacation, I think it is fair to say if Pennsylvanians – students, parents, educators and taxpayers – were able to grade Gov. Tom Corbett on his education policies, they'd give him an “F.” For the third year, the Republican-backed state budget proposal axes ... (more)
The Corbett administration seeks to broaden the scope of MediA caid expansion talks with Washington, but expressed disappointment at the lack of progress so far with federal officials.
The new cuts, expected to save $32 million, affect 63 staffers at the district's headquarters at 440 N. Broad St. and 13 employees in regional offices, most working in early childhood education.
It's been a year since eight young men took the stand to testify they were sexually abused by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, but the fallout from the child molestation scandal isn't over.
First off, Happy Father's Day to all the dad Kossacks here. Second, I received an e-mail today regarding Gov. Tom Corbett's pension cuts plan: Right now, the governor is planning to weaken the state's two retirement funds - the Public School Employees' Retirement System and the State Employees' Retirement System - by diverting new state workers ... (more)
Good Sunday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Happy Father's Day to the fathers among you.
By Melissa Daniels | PA Independent HARRISBURG - As business manager for the Mercer Area School District, Mike Stabile has spent the last several years budgeting around a myriad of factors.
Numerous road and bridge projects, including the widening of Interstate 83 from four to six lanes in the York area, could be coming, depending on how much money legislators approve for transportation funding.
They were giddy about Gov. Tom Corbett's profound vulnerability. The Republican governor's weakness, Democrats feel, offers them an unprecedented opportunity to reclaim the office in 2014.
It may be going too far to say Gov. Tom Corbett's political future rests on what happens in Harrisburg over the next two weeks, but there's no disputing he has a lot at stake.
Scott Monzi, 13, sits in the sensory room at Amazing Kids Club in Hanover in this photo from 2009.