3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has advice on finding budget destinations, and when to start deal-hunting for holiday trips.
Bethenny Frankel shares an excerpt from Skinnygirl Solutions. If you’re traveling on a budget, first ask yourself these eight questions.
It’s hard to keep track of a budget sometimes. Piglet does the heavy lifting, helping you set spending limits to get out of debt.
Parents upset with the Philadelphia School District’s budget crisis came to City Council Thursday, hoping those lawmakers would boost the size of the city’s bailout. The parents left disappointed.
The Senate and Assembly’s budget committees advanced the budget bill Thursday.
It may be going too far to say Gov. Tom Corbett’s political future rests on what happens in Harrisburg over the next two weeks, but there’s no disputing he has a lot at stake.
A $28.3 billion state budget plan shaped by Republicans who control Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives is on its way to the Senate.
The Legislature’s budget expert has told lawmakers that Gov. Chris Christie’s revenue projections for the next 13 months are overestimated by nearly $1 billion.
Gov. Tom Corbett and his fellow Republicans who control the Legislature were poised to deliver yet another business tax cut, the biggest yet of Corbett’s three budget proposals.
Hundreds of Philadelphia School District students took to the streets Thursday afternoon to protest proposed budget cuts.
Students gathered at about 4:30 p.m. after the school day ended at 440 N. Broad Street in Spring Garden.
The Philadelphia School District says it won’t recommend the expansion of any charter schools next year since it is facing a $300 million budget hole.
The school district says “massive layoffs” and program cuts loom if it doesn’t fill its $300 million budget hole.
A city councilwoman’s anger over delays in renovations to a rec center in her district boiled over Tuesday at a budget hearing.
The district has closed two dozen schools, it’s banking on salary cuts of an average ten percent from its employees, and it cut central office staff in half. But Superintendent William Hite says there’s still a $242 million dollar budget hole.