Keystone State motorists appear to be embracing the transition to EVs, with registrations surging 82% last year, to nearly 43,000.
After suffering the franchise’s first ever loss to the New York Jets just a week prior, the Eagles got back on the right path this week with a 31-17 win over the Miami Dolphins in primetime on Sunday Night Football.
Three state lawmakers announced this week the creation of the Black Maternal Health Caucus in an effort to find legislative solutions to Pennsylvania’s high rates of Black maternal mortality and morbidity.
A new poll shows Pennsylvania voters are concerned about the environment and support the Environmental Protection Agency’s efforts to limit methane emissions from the oil and gas industry.
A new survey from the National Wildlife Federation reveals most people know that leaf layers provide a home to moths and insects, which birds need to survive – and yet, they continue to bag them up and send them to a landfill.
After years of decline, enrollment at universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) is starting to see those numbers rebound, according to PASSHE officials.
Pennsylvania advocacy groups will gather at the Capitol rotunda for a “Fix Harrisburg” press conference today to deliver a new performance report to state lawmakers, calling for changes to legislative rules and more progress.
Election Day is less than two months away, and for the process to go smoothly, Pennsylvania needs a lot more poll workers.
Pennsylvanians will soon see some financial relief with their property taxes and rent.
A tight labor market with steady growth and historically low unemployment – those are the findings in the new “State of Working Pennsylvania” report.