A unique pilot program in Chester county that’s aimed at getting long-term unemployed workers lined up with potential employers kicked off on Tuesday.
State Representative Todd Stephens announced his candidacy Thursday in next year’s race for Pennsylvania Attorney General.
It’s now seven weeks that Pennsylvania has been without a budget, and agencies that rely on state funding are starting to sweat.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has unsealed documents related to Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s investigation of a scandal involving pornographic emails, emails her defense claims could show her innocence.
Summer vacation is almost over for students across the Delaware Valley. But as schools get ready to open their doors, there is still no budget from Harrisburg.
Governor Wolf says he vetoed the GOP-budget nearly a month ago, in part because it continues a school-funding system, that relies, he says, too little on state funding, and too much on local or property taxes.
Twenty years after a woman’s head and torso were found in Chester County, and her legs found in Bucks County, police are once again reaching out to the public for help in trying to identify her.
Chester County becomes the 14th community, nationwide to run Platform to Employment.
The last of the leases have expired, so only a pair of anchor stores remain open at Granite Run Mall.
Could councilman George Forgeng face criminal charges? The Montgomery County district attorney must decide.
Authorities say Michael Ware allowed his 15-year-old daughter to take his SUV to drive some friends to breakfast on August 30th, 2014. She lost control of the vehicle and it flipped over.
Edwin Olivo is charged in connection with the April 27th crash on South Park Avenue in Lower Providence Township.
Parents learned through an e-mail sent Friday that Waldron Mercy Academy teacher Margie Winters had been fired. While not saying it specifically, the e-mail strongly hints that Winters was fired because she is gay.
Montgomery County district attorney Risa Ferman says there’s nothing her office can do with the new information that he obtained prescription drugs for others.
The “Knox Covered Bridge” carries Yellow Springs Road over the Valley Creek. Originally built in the mid-1800s, it carries about 2,000 cars per day.