Federal judge John E. Jones III has dismissed motions by the state secretaries of health and revenue, and the Bucks County register of wills.
The state senate approved a plan that would lift a cap on wholesale gasoline taxes and would increase vehicle fees and fines for moving violation.
The mayor and superintendent William Hite rallied outside the statehouse before heading inside to lobby individual legislators, seeking $120 million in extra state money and legislative approval for the city to raise its liquor and cigarette taxes.
Thursday night’s passage of a so-called “doomsday” budget for Philadelphia schools isn’t likely to shake loose more money from the Republican-controlled state legislature in Harrisburg.
The concern has to do with homes constructed or renovated since 1990 that have flexible yellow CSST (corrugated stainless steel tubing) that supplies natural gas or propane to appliances.
Most of Tuesday’s balloting was by Democrats and Republicans to choose nominees for the Nov. 5 general election. Officials said turnout was around 20 percent.
Diocese of Harrisburg officials say Bishop Joseph McFadden died of a heart attack last week after suddenly falling ill while attending a meeting in Pa.
The Senate hearings come more than a month after the House passed its version of a privatization bill.
A crystal methamphetamine ring, which stretched from Mexico to the Lehigh Valley, has been broken up by state narcotics agents, the PA Attorney General announced on Wednesday.
A judge has dealt a setback to Penn State’s former president and two former administrators seeking the dismissal of charges stemming from the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Ending service between the two cities would have meant a longer trip for rail passengers departing Philadelphia for Pittsburgh and other points west.
A bill dubbed Pennsylvania’s version of the “Dream Act” is being introduced in the state legislature.
A published report says Gov. Corbett and his wife accepted $11,000 in gifts in 2010 — the year he was elected — and 2011, his first year in office, from business executives, lobbyists, and lobbying firms.
This is the second time that a British company has extended its bid to operate the Pennsyvlania Lottery since Pa. attorney general Kathleen Kane determined that the contract would violate the Pennsylvania constitution.
Pennsylvania voters will not be required to show photo identification in the May 21 primary election under an agreement signed Thursday by both sides in a pending lawsuit.