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10 min ago | Philadelphia Public Record
The 127-page transportation bill has been signed by the Governor. This undoubtedly means the resuscitation of controversial statewide debates such as pension reform, liquor privatization and - as recent rumblings suggests - lottery privatization.
Should we change our lifestyles to help reduce global warming?
Could you survive the end of civilization?
4 hrs ago | Daily Kos
I am liking the Pennsylvania Democratic Party's online tactics in exposing Governor Tom Corbett's extreme right-wing agenda: Do you think it's time that Tom Corbett starts telling the truth about the disastrous effects of his out-of-touch policies? That's why we launched http://www.tomcorbettforgovernor.org .
8 hrs ago | ABC 27
Two men are headed to court on charges they entered a women's locker room at the West Shore YMCA while three girls under the age of 16 were showering and dressing.
12 hrs ago | The Morning Call
Looking to capitalize on ongoing problems with the rollout of the federal Affordable Care Act , Gov. Tom Corbett said Thursday he will not move extremely poor children from their state-run insurance program into Medicaid as is required by the federal law.
14 hrs ago | NorthJersey.com
DIRTY AIR knows no geographic boundaries. And with the prevailing winds across the United States moving from west to east, polluted air emanating from industrial plants in the Midwest eventually makes its way to New Jersey.
The state Attorney General's Office collected computer records Wednesday from the state's large government employee pension agency after its chief investment officer abruptly retired amid unspecified allegations.
Thomas M. Headlee will retire as Greene County register of wills and recorder of deeds Dec. 31, after 38 years of service.
Pennsylvania's General Assembly made a down payment Wednesday on its collective pledge to try to strengthen the state's child abuse protection laws in the 2013-14 session.
Reading's representative in Washington is making a big push for the city to be awarded one of Pennsylvania's two City Revitalization and Improvement Zone designations.
Pennsylvania is joining a petition with eight other northeast and mid-Atlantic states to ask the federal government to require nine upwind states to reduce air pollution emissions.
The board of Pennsylvania's state employee pension fund is convening in Harrisburg amid questions about an investigation into its chief investment officer.
As more Americans sign up online for healthcare under the Affordable Care Act, there is a growing envy among Pennsylvanians who would qualify for expanded Medicaid, but won't get it come January.
Governor Tom Corbett today signed execution warrants for two men, one convicted of killing a night watchman during a robbery in Jefferson County, and the other convicted of killing two women, one - a witness to another homicide in Philadelphia.
The West Shore School District, which covers schools in both York and Cumberland counties, did not cancel school Tuesday.
What started out as a fairly obscure op-ed in the Wall Street Journal the other day may answer the political question of the year for Pennsylvania in 2014.
Legislation that would require drug tests for anyone applying for a job in one of Pennsylvania's schools has passed the state House of Representatives.
Sometimes it's better to receive than to give - especially when it comes to saving taxpayer money.