The nonprofit has $50,000 to give away to "the most vulnerable," Andrea Custis, president and CEO of the Urban League of Philadelphia, said in a statement.
Now is the time to change course, be receptive to better ideas and implement a plan that gets the commonwealth safely back to work, before it is too late.
The bills passed with wide bipartisan support, but neither reached the two-thirds majority needed to overcome a veto by Gov. Tom Wolf.
The state is still finalizing a timeline to roll out the program, after receiving word late Monday that federal regulators accepted Pa.'s application.
This story will be updated with the latest COVID-related re-openings. Last update: Wednesday, June 10, 2020.Updated: With all 67 Pennsylvania counties now fully, or partially, reopened, the Wolf administration has issued updated guidance for...
The review was initiated by Pennsylvania Public School Employees Retirement System’s board last March following the Capital-Star’s reporting.
Six days after releasing a list of Pennsylvania businesses approved to operate during COVID-19, Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration has released another round of business that applied to reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Philadelphia Department of Public Health announced last month that it would offer free Pack n’ Play cribs so babies have a safe place to sleep.