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.
An increasing number of substitutes for four-year colleges are preparing students for well-paying, in-demand careers.
The finalized agreement with Norfolk Southern would add an additional trip between New York and Pittsburgh.
The summit’s panels focused on elder care, innovations in primary care delivery and more
The commonwealth joins nearly two dozen other states in automatically registering voters
Pennsylvania’s chief executive has joined Community to send and receive text messages directly from constituents
The bill would ban supervised injection sites from every district except one covering West and Southwest Philadelphia.
The hearing comes as another legislative body plans to hold a statewide tour on education funding.
House Bill 1201 would establish consumer rights related to the use of their digital data.
The Democratic congresswoman met with gun control and public school advocates in Philadelphia Thursday
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“As the fifth-largest state in the country, we should have a stronger role in this election,” state Sen. David Argall said.
To help school districts come up with the rest of the money they’ll need to take advantage of the federal funds, state Rep. Elizabeth Fiedler is proposing setting aside enough state money to pay half of the cost of solar panels
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Lawmakers are weighing the benefits and drawbacks of regulating so-called games of skill.
The primer: Understanding how state funding for pregnancy care is going to change in 2024 – and why it matters
What the state’s decision to move away from crisis pregnancy centers means for the future of care in the commonwealth.
With the economy and needs changing in classrooms and administrations alike, stakeholders want to make sure colleges and universities adapt with them.
Following the landmark ruling that the state's public education funding system is unconstitutional, state lawmakers are learning just how difficult it will be to change it.
The program provides forgivable and 0%-interest loans to small landlords in exchange for rent stability
The railroad said in March it would join the system but hasn’t yet done so
Fifty-four projects in 35 counties selected for $33.8 million in conditional awards for the federal National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program