Philly mayoral hopeful Gym apologizes for Union League visit
'I will continue to uphold the value that Philadelphia has no place for hate,' Philadelphia mayoral candidate Helen Gym said.
Pa. Rep. Culver elected to represent 27th Senatorial District
State Rep. Lynda Schlegel Culver will fill an open seat in the Pennsylvania Senate following a special election on Tuesday.
Who paid for Shapiro’s inaugural? Who knows? | Editorial Cartoon
The Democratic governor has refused to answer questions about who paid for his inauguration festivities, raising early transparency concerns.
National Dems ready to OK new 2024 primary voting calendar, despite uncertainty in two states
Party bosses will meet Feb. 4 in Philadelphia. But it won’t be the last step in what’s become a contentious process.
Perry Co. receives ‘main street’ designation in community and economic development program
State officials and local business leaders gathered in downtown Duncannon to announce the designation, which they say will invest in towns across the rural county, including Blain, Duncannon, Landisburg, Liverpool, Marysville, Millerstown, New Bloomfield, New Buffalo, and Newport.
Allegheny Co. DA hopeful Dugan calls for more collaborative, preventative approach to public safety
"In 2023, Allegheny County's justice system is in need of change. We need to think differently,” Dugan said
All aboard the bipartisan express? | Editorial cartoon
Gov. Josh Shapiro promised a cabinet that looks like Pa. Now to get them confirmed.
Shapiro names top deputy Michelle Henry to finish his term in the attorney general’s office
Gov. Josh Shapiro has tapped a veteran prosecutor who served as his first deputy in the attorney general’s office to complete his term as Pennsylvania’s top law enforcement official. Michelle Henry joined the attorney general’s office when Shapiro took office in 2017 and served as acting attorney general since Shapiro stepped down to transition to […]
Pa.’s unemployment rate dropped to a record low of 3.9% in December
The commonwealth’s December 2022 unemployment rate is 1.6 percentage points below its December 2021 unemployment rate, data released by the state Department of Labor and Industry showed.
N.J. lawmakers ponder regulations for pet insurance
Under existing law, pet coverage is largely limited to property and casualty license holders and those who apply for a separate limited license to sell pet insurance.
In Lancaster, a celebration of Shapiro, Davis and ‘the goodness of Pennsylvania’
'Tonight is a night to celebrate Pennsylvania, the goodness of Pennsylvania,' Shapiro said after a performance by rapper Meek Mill.
Shapiro’s nominees to public safety roles include the first woman to head the state Department of Corrections
Laurel Harry rose through the Department of Correction from drug and alcohol treatment specialist to prison superintendent.