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Campaigns & Elections

Five for Friday: Row Office Rumble

What we know about the races for auditor general, attorney general and treasurer – and why you should care

News & Politics

Philly school staff strike could begin Saturday

Nearly 2,000 cafeteria workers and climate staff, members of Unite Here Local 634, are seeking a new contract

News & Politics

The City & State Election 2023 Preview

Part one of our look at the races to watch out for in November

News & Politics

Philadelphia judge dismisses all charges against police officer Mark Dial

A Philadelphia judge ruled Tuesday that prosecutors had not presented evidence that Dial had committed a crime when fatally shooting Eddie Irizarry in August

PolicyShow All


Shapiro announces development of new statewide economic development plan

The governor also announced the creation of a $10 million pilot program to spur business growth.

Special Report

The race to ensure PA remains an innovation hub

With other states fast encroaching on its turf, a new commitment to being business- and workforce development-friendly is the order of the day across the commonwealth.

Special Report

Alternatives to college are creating a new career pipeline

An increasing number of substitutes for four-year colleges are preparing students for well-paying, in-demand careers.


PennDOT finalizes agreement to expand passenger rail service in western PA

The finalized agreement with Norfolk Southern would add an additional trip between New York and Pittsburgh.

PersonalityShow All

Interviews & Profiles

Q&A with PPA Executive Director Rich Lazer

The executive director of the Philadelphia Parking Authority talks about workforce issues and fixing the agency’s reputation

Winners & Losers

This week’s biggest Winners & Losers

Who’s up and who’s down this week?

Interviews & Profiles

A Q&A with state Sen. Devlin Robinson

The chair of the state Senate Labor & Industry Committee discusses workforce development efforts.

Capitol Beat

Q&A with PA Chief Transformation and Opportunity Officer Ben Kirshner

The head of the state’s newest office speaks on efforts to bring businesses to the commonwealth

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Power List

The 2023 Labor Power 100

Meet the people who make Pennsylvania work.

Power List

The 2023 Energy & Environment Power 100

Meet the people making a difference in the sector – and our future.

Power List

The 2023 Power of Diversity: Women 100

Meet the female difference-makers from across the commonwealth.


Photo Gallery: The Philadelphia Forty Under 40 celebration

This year’s honorees and 150 of their closest friends got together to celebrate who’s next up to change how things are done in the Cradle of Liberty.

OpinionShow All


Opinion: Lawmakers have a chance to improve our broken probation system

Tonie Willis writes that state lawmakers should pass probation reform legislation when they return to session.


Opinion: Make mental health professionals first responders to prevent more unnecessary tragedies

Suicide Prevention Month spotlights the urgent need for health professionals to respond to mental health crises.

Campaigns & Elections

Opinion: PA’s 2023 election provides a chance to protect abortion for years to come

Planned Parenthood PA PAC Executive Director Signe Espinoza writes that 2023 is not an off-year election.

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