Gov. Ed Rendell
Rich discussed the Hillary Clinton email server, the EPA spill, and the Pope’s visit to Philadelphia. He also discussed Van Halen, Rand Paul’s impression of Donald Trump and more. Rich spoke with Dr. Mazz during the Ask the Doctor segment. He also spoke with Gov. Ed Rendell about political topics in the news.
Philadelphia’s “Sister Cities Park,” on Logan Square, is getting a facelift, designed with the “wow” factor in mind.
The loss leaves about 41,000 working people in Pennsylvania looking for affordable health insurance.
Major changes made on the Pennsylvania side of the table at the board of the Delaware River Port Authority are being welcomed by at least one person who sits on the New Jersey side.
Pennsylvania state police say Michael Yancey, 28, has been arrested a charged with stealing silverware and other items valued in excess of $10,000 from the governor’s residence in Harrisburg.
Gov. Ed Rendell says the state is prepared to offer the financially troubled manufacturer of snack foods line Tastykakes a $1 million loan.
A Rendell spokesman says the governor will go along with the smaller bond issue approved by treasurer Rob McCord.
“Three Pennsylvania companies played an important part in helping to effectuate the rescue of those trapped miners,” Gov. Rendell said.
Governor Rendell, in his first post-election session with reporters, provided an unusual take on Tuesday’s results that were devastating to Pennsylvania Democrats.
Rendell and Casey interrupted diners at Reading Terminal Market to tell them one thing: “Get out and vote.”
Governor Rendell is crisscrossing the state to remind people that Tuesday is Election Day, making several stops to urge people to vote.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — One of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world is relocating its North American distribution center to Northeast Philadelphia. Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, among the top 15 drug companies worldwide and the world’s […]
Rep. Daryl Metcalfe is blasting Rendell as a “tyrant” for his handling of a contract with a firm that monitored the activities of protest groups in Pennsylvania.