‘There is irreparable harm’: Pa. Supreme Court considers temporarily restoring cash assistance for poor...
The program, known as General Assistance, ended on Aug. 1 after the General Assembly voted to eliminate it as part of the summer budget process.
Why is closing state centers for the disabled controversial? Funding is tight, change is scary, and many are not happy with the process.
The Democratic governor called it a "a legitimate attempt to protect the legitimate rights of workers."
The announcement comes less than a week after Wolf said for the first time he backs legalizing cannabis for recreational adult use.
At a Capitol news conference Wednesday, the lawmaker suggested property tax relief, school funding, or social justice causes as possible beneficiaries of the roughly $581 million expected windfall.
MED Week, which runs Oct. 7-11, will feature more than 35 events around Philadelphia, including educational workshops, panel discussions and coaching.
Officials are on track to sell a clinic for low-income residents to a developer determined to add a new tower to the city's skyline.
The proposed rule, published on Sept. 23, would prevent graduate students at private universities from being covered by the National Labor Relations Act.
Entrepreneur Donovan Sterling West, 44, has been picked to lead the multi-state economic development agency.
The number of African Americans facing poverty in Philly was approximately 199,654 in 2016. It dropped by about 10,000 people to 189,534 in 2018.