The Ebola virus was discussed before the Pennsylvania House Emergency Preparedness Committee Thursday.
The Central Bucks School District superintendent says he has canceled both the varsity and junior varsity football seasons, effective immediately. All varsity and JV football coaches have been suspended.
The $250-million renovation will create new, consolidated city offices for the police department, the medical examiner’s office, and the Department of Health public laboratories.
A group of Mount Saint Joseph Academy students will be on stage tomorrow when Malala receives the Liberty Medal at the national Constitution Center.
State Senator Raymond Lesniak of North Jersey first sponsored sports betting legislation eight-years ago and has been fighting for it ever since.
Construction to widen the Northeast Extension, from Lansdale south, began in 2011.
Engineers who operate commuter trains in the Philadelphia area have reached a tentative contract with the regional transit agency.
The Pennsylvania Attorney General and the Chief Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court have reached an agreement over those racy emails that were uncovered by the AG recently.
The incident took place shortly after 10am at the TD Bank branch on South York Road.
Hundreds of police lined the street outside Christ the King Church, on Chesterfield Road, to pay their respects to Trooper Kedra.
To mark National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a special ceremony will be held today in Burlington County.
Philadelphia Prison System spokeswoman Shawn Hawes says she knows about the incident, but was told the guard used appropriate force.
Liza Cartmell, with the Atlantic City Alliance, which is launching the ad campaign, says the specific target audience is Philadelphia.
The gates opened at 10am at Parx Race Track in Bensalem for the Pennsylvania Derby, and thousands of people turned out to see Kentucky Derby winner, California Chrome, in his state debut.
Jeannine Lisitski is executive director of Women Against Abuse. She says Goodell’s comments were welcome.