In the final days of the campaign for president, Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes are suddenly looming large.
Every voice matters and every vote counts, so check out this guide that will help you find all the information you need to vote.
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If Congress fails to extend a tax benefit that is due to be slashed in half at the end of this month, it could mean higher commuting costs for many who use mass transit.
US Sen. Bob Casey says the lot of 700,000 Pennsylvania workers would be improved by an increase in the minimum wage.
Mayor Nutter vetoed a bill that would require a zoning variance for any new medical offices in the northeast section of the city. But City Council quickly overrode the veto.
City Council members have reached what officials are calling an “historic” agreement to rein in a longstanding Philadelphia problem: how to dispose of tens of thousands of vacant properties and lots.
Councilmembers questioned the city’s fleet manager, Christopher Cocci, concerning the September blaze that heavily damaged a firehouse at 4th and Arch Streets.