Pennsylvania conservationists and PennDOT are helping to launch clean-up campaigns this month to keep trash out of waterways. So far, 2021 has been a banner year for hauling junk out of local watersheds.
Members of a Pennsylvania commission plan to release proposed maps for state House and Senate voting districts by month's end. An advocacy group has already created alternative maps it hopes will be considered.
Ahead of a historic lawsuit against Pennsylvania's education funding model, advocates rallied Wednesday in Harrisburg to showcase the reality facing the state's poorest school districts.
Advocates of riparian buffers - trees and other plantings near stream and creek beds - say they could help reduce flooding impacts like those created last week by heavy rains from Tropical Storm Ida.
Results of a new poll indicate 59 percent of voters in Pennsylvania say the coronavirus pandemic has them increasingly concerned about being unable to afford monthly health insurance premiums.
State officials are offering schools across the state more ability to conduct on-site vaccination clinics, and the ability to conduct voluntary COVID-19 for entire classrooms with fast results.
Pandemic-related federal unemployment benefits are scheduled to end Sept. 4. Pennsylvania is launching a new online job education resource Saturday to give Tri-County area residents new career expertise.
If you or your family need affordable and satisfying health care insurance coverage, the Aug. 15 (Sunday) deadline to obtain it through Pennsylvania's insurance marketplace is fast approaching.