Harrisburg Archive

In Senate Surprise, Property Tax Reform Creeps Ahead

But the joy Berks County resident and property tax reform advocate

Families Be Alert: Enterovirus Cases Confirmed In PA

Normal enteroviruses create flu-like symptoms in millions each year. But a

With Budget Ahead, PA Tries To Limit Debt Service

The state is scheduled to pay about $1 billion in debt

Surprise! Pottsgrove’s Delayed Reimbursements Ahead

Money the Pottsgrove School District might have thought it would never

Tuesday Case May Affect Local Schools’ Charter Costs

The state Supreme Court hears a case Tuesday over whether Philadelphia

Got A Spare $14,500? PA Needs To Settle A Debt

Pennsylvania has more than $38.9 billion in assets, but more than

Prevailing Wage Law Costs School Districts Extra

School district construction projects in Pennsylvania that cost more than $25,000

Most PA Residents Eat Salt They Don’t Know About

Eighty percent of salt consumed daily by Pennsylvanians is added to

Drive Sober Or Be Pulled Over, PennDOT Warns

State police, DUI task force members, and several Montgomery County police

PA Seniors’ Anxiety Up As Election Draws Closer

An AARP Pennsylvania poll shows that likely voters age 50-and-older in

Governor Gives Montgomery County A Tourism Boost

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett paddled a kayak across the Schuylkill River

State Politicians Duke It Out Over Education Funding

Education funding is the prime subject as state politicians have done

Turn Here, Slow There. Traffic Flow Controls Coming

A years-old project that would allow PennDOT and local municipalities to

Charter School Ruling May Trouble Area Districts

A Tuesday state court ruling may have a detrimental effect on

Representative Plans Twin Public Budget Meetings

Now that the state budget is approved, Lower Pottsgrove's representative wants

Think Summer’s Hot? You Shoulda Been At Capitol

Crowded. Claustrophobic. Sweaty. Miserable. Those were descriptions of state budget discussions

Township Board Supports Local Police Radar Use

Lower Pottsgrove commissioners last week voted unanimously to support state legislation

Farm Goods Might Help Seniors On Fixed Budgets

A state program is making vouchers available to qualified senior citizens