In its October 2023 employment situation report, the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry revealed that the state’s unemployment rate held steady at a historic low of 3.4%, unchanged from the previous month and notably below the national rate of 3.9%. Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate in October 2023 was a full percentage point lower than the same …
A change in policy means more Philly students are staying in school and out of the legal system.
The United States added 150,000 new jobs in October, according to the monthly report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Statewide unemployment data for September was released by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry and the new rate of 3.4 percent is an all time low for Pennsylvania.
After the Phillies bats drove them a 2-0 series lead, some of those same bats disappeared over the last four games as the Phillies lost four of five to lose the NLCS 4-3 to the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Danielle Smith, Producer Monday, October 9, 2023 The shortage of teachers and school staffers has reached crisis level in some Pennsylvania public schools, and is among the chief concerns of the new teachers’ union leader. Aaron Chapin, president of the Pennsylvania State Education Association and a 4th and 5th grade teacher at Stroudsburg Middle School, …
Pennsylvania governments could save taxpayers millions and reduce pollution by transitioning their fleets to electric vehicles, according to findings from a recent report.
Pennsylvania Republican legislators support a voucher program they say is meant to help a small number of students who attend schools they claim are failing.
Recently retired Marine Mike O’Brien said Wednesday he’s tired of Republicans co-opting the concept of “freedom,” and will seek the Democratic nomination to run against U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, R-10th District.
Some Pennsylvania patients with long-term chronic illnesses are hoping to make legal headway, allowing them to seek medical aid in dying across state lines.