Republican U.S. Senate candidate David McCormick said “the America we know is slipping away” during an appearance Friday at the 2024 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in the suburbs of Washington, D.C.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Pennsylvania Rivers and Streams Environmental Education Program is for students in grades 4-12. It takes place in the spring and fall.
Fearing that Democrats hold a crucial edge in ballots cast before Election Day, national Republicans are working to convince their voters to take advantage of mail and early voting this year.
Democrat Laurie MacDonald, who is seeking to unseat U.S. Rep. Summer Lee (D-12th District), is one of several candidates facing a challenge to appear on Pennsylvania’s primary ballot.
If Pennsylvania American Water gets its latest rate hike, more than 770,000 water and wastewater customers in 37 counties would be affected.
As the presidential election approaches, Pennsylvania is facing a deficit of experienced election directors, increasing the risk of errors that could cause difficulties for voters, disenfranchise their votes, and ignite disputes over results.
On Tuesday, the Pennsylvania House Housing and Community Development Committee unanimously voted to advance a slate of housing access bills, that aims to encourage more affordable housing and protect homeowners and tenants.
A U.S. appeals court in Philadelphia heard arguments Tuesday on whether Pennsylvania’s requirement for voters to accurately date mail-in ballots passes muster under federal voting law.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will consider whether life in prison without parole is an unconstitutionally cruel sentence in the case of an Allegheny County man whose accomplice in a robbery shot and killed a man.
Pennsylvania’s teachers’ union is voicing concerns that the state’s public school voucher program will negatively affect public education in lower-income families and communities.