MONTGOMERY COUNTY Richards is named woman of the year NORRISTOWN Montgomery County Commissioner Leslie Richards was named woman of the year by a local transportation organization Thursday.
Bucks County businessman William H. Marsh says he is taking a stand against the U.S. government. A federal workplace inspector showed up unannounced at Marsh's steel manufacturing business in Warminster on Nov. 21 seeking to measure the company's noise level, he said.
HARRISBURG The Corbett administration said Thursday it will submit a waiver to the federal government sometime after mid-January seeking to use billions of dollars in Medicaid funds to provide health insurance for hundreds of thousands of uninsured Pennsylvanians.
PHILADELPHIA For more than a century, the plot of land centered at 24th and Diamond Streets served as the final resting place for a Civil War hero, a labor leader, and about 85,000 Philadelphians.
CHESTER COUNTY Weekend traffic altered on Route 202 EAST WHITELAND Several traffic pattern changes are anticipated on Route 202 beginning Friday night and lasting through the weekend, according to PennDot. The changes will shift southbound traffic over the center of the highway from Route 401 to U.S. Route 30.
TRENTON New Jersey's insurance commissioner testified Thursday before a state Senate committee that no insurers in the state have yet opted to continue selling plans that are slated to end because they do not comply with the Affordable Care Act.
NESHAMINY Nearly every day at Neshaminy High School, a student ventures to the school newspaper's office with a message that would be thrilling for most publications: He's thinking about buying an ad.
SPRINGFIELD If you can't get enough of the two heartwarming canines - one blind and his guide dog brother - whose story became an Internet sensation last month, there is more.
PHILADELPHIA Edward Hopper's Depression-era painting East Wind Over Weehawken, a bleak New Jersey streetscape owned by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts for more than 60 years, was sold to an anonymous private buyer Thursday for $40.5 million at Christie's sale of American art.