The nearly 900-acre naval air station in Horsham has been largely vacant for nearly four years.
There will be at least two new faces headed to Washington to represent local congressional districts.
Tens of thousands of voters in Philadelphia could run into trouble on Election Day thanks to some misinformation they received in the mail.
Even though the public may be looking at the brutal beating of two gay men in Center City as a hate crime, under state law…it’s not.
A young state representative from Philadelphia beat three rivals — including a former congresswoman who is now Chelsea Clinton’s mother-in-law — to win the Democratic nomination Tuesday for an open seat in the U.S. House.
Half of the district is in Philadelphia, the other half in Montgomery County.
Four Democrats are running to replace Congresswoman Alyson Schwartz in Pennsylvania’s 13th district, including one unconventional candidate whose campaign is getting a boost from an unusual source.
Chris Stigall analyzed how the upcoming primaries in both her race and the race for Governor will impact Democrats in general elections later in the year.
Thursday morning on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Dom Giordano questioned Pennsylvania State Representative Brendan Boyle about campaign donations he’s received from Ironworkers Local 401.
Area elected officials and union members gathered today outside the former Nabisco and Kraft bakery in Northeast Philadelphia to protest the company decision to close the factory by early next year.
State representative Brendan Boyle (D-Phila.) says a mandatory Holocaust curriculum is needed because of the growing notion that the Holocaust was a hoax.
State representative Brendan Boyle has heard that if owner Mondelez International stays, it would consider expanding, and adding even more jobs.
The only elected brothers in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives will be attending an annual White House dinner on St. Patrick’s Day.
Thirty-two new members of the Pennsylvania Legislature –- including nearly a dozen from the Philadelphia area –- were sworn in along with returning members of the Pennsylvania House and Senate.