Plenty of people took issue with a new transportation funding package that will fix the state’s roads and bridges but lead to Pennsylvania motorists paying increased fees and likely higher prices at the pump. Moody’s, though, thinks it’s pretty good news.
Developers with plans to build luxury homes on a park cherished by many and a group opposing their project appeared Wednesday night to have struck an unanticipated deal to preserve the land.
Multiple members of the New Jersey Pinelands Commission voiced ethical, procedural, and environmental concerns Wednesday about a proposal to lay a gas pipeline through nearly 15 miles of the protected southern Pinelands.
Nine months after shaking up the city’s tax enforcement leadership and collection processes, the Nutter administration continues to make modest...
RICHBORO The Northampton Indians division II junior pee wee football team advanced through regional competition last month to qualify for the 57th annual Pop Warner Super Bowl at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Independence Blue Cross launched a support program to help its workers without a college degree to get one. The Philadelphia Education Fund worked with four city high schools to set a college-going culture from the day students arrive, and now more students are going to college.
Amid seasonally cold weather, about 70 people of different faiths gathered at a Center City church on the eve of the six-month anniversary of the June 5 Market Street building collapse to remember the six people who died and the 14 injured when a four-story wall fell onto a Salvation Army thrift shop.