In a rare show of bipartisanship amid election year and pandemic-driven rancor, a plan to fix Pennsylvania’s troubled rental assistance program has moved forward in the Legislature.“It’s a good bill for the landlord, it’s...
Advocates say that such a a break in fares would boost bus ridership by 9 percent, or 1.2 million more trips a year.
Right now, businesses have to seek a variance to build a gender-neutral restroom. One Pa. lawmaker wants the county to change its rules.
Fringe Under Glass, the replacement for the COVID-19 preempted Fringe Festival, runs from Sept. 25-27. Expect some changes.
Chris Gheysens, president and CEO of Wawa, said the group, the Philadelphia Regional Recharge and Recovery Task Force, is focusing on the long-term.
To Anya Lumpkin-Queen, COVID-19 isn’t the only disease spreading like wildfire across the United States. Lumpkin-Queen, who co-owns Queen’s BBQ in Harrisburg, and her husband Titus Queen, also see a virus of rancor and anger...
Oxfam ranked all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, on worker protections, health care and unemployment policies.
Several of the candidates said that residents of rural Pennsylvania don’t feel “heard” in Harrisburg.
After eight years of leading the African American Museum in Philadelphia, Patricia Wilson Aden is stepping down as president and CEO.
The Pa. House Labor & Industry Committee must hold a vote on a bill allowing municipalities to set their minimum wages above the state level.