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Marjorie Margolies has fallen farther behind her opponents in fund-raising for the 13th Congressional District primary race, leaving State Sen. Daylin Leach and physician Valerie Arkoosh jockeying for the No. 1 spot, according to campaign finance reports filed Tuesday with the Federal Election Commission.
The race is on. Democratic Congressional candidates Kevin Strouse and Shaughnessy Naughton debated in front of about 200 people at Bucks County Community...
Low-interest disaster loans from the federal government are available to businesses impacted by February's severe storms, according to the Chester County Commissioners.
Legislation requiring school districts to share information about eating disorders with parents of children in fifth through 12th grades was introduced this week by three state legislators, two from Bucks County.
HARRISBURG A Bucks County lawmaker says he has the answer to the standoff over liquor sales in the state. Rep. Gene DiGirolamo seeks support for what he calls a liquor sales "alternative" proposal that would leave the state Liquor Control Board intact but that would give it more flexibility with regard to pricing, store leasing, and Sunday hours.
DELAWARE COUNTY Economic development touted MEDIA Delaware County officials are focusing on attracting business to the area, County Council Chairman Tom McGarrigle said at the annual state of the county address Tuesday.
Spring may be upon us, but this winter’s weather and the impact snow and freezing temperatures can have is not yet a distant memory for SEPTA or...
PhillyDeals: State Sen. Andrew Dinniman talks about reforming state universities, charity at home, Quakers, Jews, farms and pharma.
WASHINGTON The Democratic field seeking to replace retiring Rep. Jim Gerlach (R., Pa.) has narrowed to one. Manan Trivedi, who made unsuccessful runs for the Chester County-based seat in 2010 and 2012, has a clear path to a third Democratic nomination after Malvern businessman Michael Parrish dropped out of the party's primary race Tuesday.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY 'Week of the Young Child' to be recognized by commissioners NORRISTOWN Montgomery County commissioners are expected to pass a proclamation at their meeting Thursday in recognition of the "Week of the Young Child," which runs from Sunday to April 12.
Marjorie Margolies has fallen farther behind her opponents in fund-raising for the 13th Congressional District primary race, leaving State Sen. Daylin Leach and physician Valerie Arkoosh jockeying for the No. 1 spot, according to campaign finance reports filed Tuesday with the Federal Election Commission.
The race is on. Democratic Congressional candidates Kevin Strouse and Shaughnessy Naughton debated in front of about 200 people at Bucks County Community...
Low-interest disaster loans from the federal government are available to businesses impacted by February's severe storms, according to the Chester County Commissioners.
Legislation requiring school districts to share information about eating disorders with parents of children in fifth through 12th grades was introduced this week by three state legislators, two from Bucks County.
ARDMORE The latest chapter in a decadelong effort to boost downtown Ardmore and renovate its train station unfolded Wednesday night in the Lower Merion Township administration building as commissioners reviewed part of a controversial residential and retail project.
The Democratic candidates in the 13th Congressional District went head to head Monday night, with front-runner Marjorie Margolies rankling her opponents and at one point drawing scoffs from the audience.
COATESVILLE Thomas Hogan, the Chester County district attorney, is accusing the Coatesville school board of trying to intimidate a witness and hinder his office's investigation into district finances, according to a scathing two-page statement released Thursday.
Other PennDOT fee increases go into effect today.
Get ready to pay a little more to keep your car on the road in Pennsylvania. Vehicle registrations, drivers’ license renewals and dozens of other...
HARRISBURG - Dismayed at reports that their colleagues in the House took cash from an undercover informant, Republican and Democratic state senators are proposing legislation to ban lawmakers from accepting cash gifts.
HARRISBURG A Bucks County lawmaker says he has the answer to the standoff over liquor sales in the state. Rep. Gene DiGirolamo seeks support for what he calls a liquor sales "alternative" proposal that would leave the state Liquor Control Board intact but that would give it more flexibility with regard to pricing, store leasing, and Sunday hours.