Wolf’s COVID-19 disaster declaration authority permits crucial food assistance for Pa. | Teresa Miller
In Pennsylvania, the constitutional amendment questions on the ballot this May could put all of this money for food, and all of the families who rely on it, at risk.
Since 2014, the city of Pittsburgh has lost more than 7,000 of its Black residents. Most of those Black people are leaving for suburbs within the Pittsburgh metro area.
While filing may not be due yet, WalletHub, a personal finance website, broke down the best and worst taxpayer return on investment (ROI) across each state in its latest report.
By Victoria A. Brownworth (Editor’s note: Some names in this story have been changed by the Philadelphia Gay News to protect privacy.) PHILADELPHIA -- Marc Cruz was a server. Eliot Davis worked in retail. Cherie Williams...
The department is already training hundreds of new customer service staff and interviewers to help claimants with their benefits.
Socked by the pandemic, Kenney administration forgoes property reassessments for second year in a...
The coronavirus pandemic disrupted the city’s ability to conduct citywide property assessments for tax year 2022, leading officials to delay the reassessment for another year
Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc., a State College-based construction firm that frequently repairs roads and bridges for the Commonwealth, faces four counts of theft for allegedly violating state and federal laws that set wages for laborers working on public projects.
“We know that tens of thousands of our city’s tenants and landlords are suffering because of COVID-19, and we are doing everything we can to help,” Mayor Jim Kenney said in a statement.
'While we’re actively getting Pennsylvanians back to work as the pandemic slows, many are still recovering from severe economic stress which has in turn stressed our charitable food system,' a top official said.
We checked in with some of those Gayborhood spots, and compared to last year, this spring is blossoming.