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After an initial loss, Pennsylvania House leadership scored a win Friday, when its policy mandating that someone who believes in God deliver the chamber's...
The statewide listening tour will allow Wolf’s Suicide Prevention Task Force to gather information for a suicide prevention plan, according to a news release.
Suburban Philadelphia lawmakers are trying to figure out how much transparency is too much as local governments and the public clamor for more information about the risks of natural gas pipelines.
Looking to close that communication and information-sharing gap, Pennsylvania's hospital industry trade group on Tuesday launched a two-year effort aimed at getting hospitals from Perkasie to Pittsburgh to adopt evidence-based best practices to get patients on the road to recovery.
#400yearsPA: Social media campaign will highlight black history as U.S. observes slavery anniversary
Between now and February 2020, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission will use the hashtag #400yearsPA to highlight moments in black history as the...
That number has been growing by about 1,000 people a week since certifications began July 20.
Jeff Bartos, the GOP’s candidate for lieutenant governor in 2018, is taking up a position in party leadership.
After Dayton and El Paso, where do we go next?
Linda Fields, a longtime political activist and labor organizer, announced Monday that she'll challenge embattled Democrat Daylin Leach to represent parts of Delaware and...