Tourism promoters think that travelers interested in Pennsylvania "staycations" and urban tourists seeking country escapes present a significant opportunity this summer.
The state House on Wednesday passed legislation that would bar the Department of Environmental Protection from joining a regional effort to limit greenhouse gas emissions.
Pennsylvania has begun offering an additional 13 weeks in unemployment benefits to jobless workers.
The key to successfully reopening schools in the fall will likely be how well schools can convince parents that their children will be safe, Gov. Tom Wolf said Monday.
HARRISBURG — Ahead of the 2016 presidential election, Dwayne Heisler knocked on thousands of doors to talk to voters and he was amazed at how many Democrats in Central Pennsylvania told him they were going to vote for Donald Trump.
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education reacted enthusiastically Wednesday to reforms signed into law by Gov. Tom Wolf, calling it the “most profound legislative change” since the 14-university system was created more than three decades ago.
A divided Supreme Court on Tuesday on shot down a legal challenge by Senate Republicans who were trying to force Gov. Tom Wolf to end his disaster emergency declared to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
State residents are now required to wear face masks whenever they are out in public and can’t maintain social-distance from others.
A federal stimulus-funded program that has paid out $10 billion to Pennsylvania residents in weekly $600 benefits on top of normal unemployment ends on July 25, Labor and Industry Secretary Jerry Oleksiak said Wednesday.