Gov. Wolf to seek school construction aid amid health issues

Lancaster city council member appointed to Governor’s Commission on Latino Affairs


State House scales back proposed emissions inspection overhaul

With Turzai departure, private and charter schools lose a major ally in the capital


Get ready for Real ID requirements

Spotted lanternflies confirmed in a new state as PA gears up for another season

Pennsylvania and N.J. residents flee high taxes by relocating to South Florida

Borough Of Mount Carbon Might Vanish From The Map

Drink Ad Puts Pennsylvania Village On Map

FEMA discusses changes to levee and effects on flood maps

Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission may drop license-display requirement

Natural Gas, Pipelines

Chesco appeals pipeline order, but fails to halt work

Pipeline foes rally at construction site at Chester County Library


Tim Twardzik officially announces 123rd district candidacy

State Rep. Puskaric running for second term

South Huntingdon carpenter is GOP nominee for 58th House special election


‘DRIVE LIKE YOUR MOMMA IS WATCHIN’: Not a highway safety message you’ll see in Pa.

Constructing roadways with recycled plastic could be a major innovation


Concern over Pennsylvania Skill machines varies in Berks County


‘We’re struggling’: McClure Elementary parents cope with the practical fallout from Philly’s asbestos crisis

Philly’s got the worst school librarian ratio in the U.S. This group is protesting.

As Philadelphia’s archbishops, Charles Chaput and Nelson Pérez may differ less in substance than in style

Asbestos cleanup continues; McClure closure extended


2 Catholic schools to close, 4 in South Hills to merge amid dwindling student enrollment

Lead levels in Pittsburgh water drop below federal threshold

Inside Bob Nutting’s unique approach, pledge for Pirates fans


Cedarbrook accidentally releases prescription information for its residents

Can township reject Harrisburg’s composting facility, but allow other agencies to compost on same site?

Meth, cocaine threats grow in Schuylkill Co.

Cell tower lease revenue boosts services payment

Luzerne County sees decline in opioid pill sales following surge

Why does the earth rumble around York?

About $200,000 for defunct police force is ‘missing.’ Pequea officials won’t pay until it’s found.

Environmentalists lodge challenge to permit for Smith compressor

Opponents of proposed homeless mission site in Scranton file appeal

Research continues into suggested Luzerne County legal action over pollution mandate

$60K grant means Bethlehem can study if pedestrian bridge would be ‘economic engine’