Pennsylvania Nuns Go To Court Over Lancaster Pipeline ProjectThe Adorers of the Blood of Christ nuns in Lancaster say Williams Partners unlawfully built a pipeline on their property.
Quakertown Man Found 'Not Guilty' In Bucks County Rape CaseA Bucks County jury has found a 57-year-old Quakertown man, accused of assaulting a young boy several years, NOT guilty of all charges, including child rape.
Congressman Brady Faces Primary CompetitionEleven-term congressman Bob Brady usually runs in the Democratic primary unopposed, but this year he is swamped with competition.
Local Community Takes Step To Stop Pipeline ProjectEarlier this week, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection suspended construction of the Mariner East Two Pipeline because of what it called "egregious and willful violations" of state law.
Business Booming At Area Fireworks Stores Thanks To New PA LawIf you're a Pennsylvania resident hoping to purchase fireworks ahead of the New Year, here's something you should know.
Commonwealth Judge Issues Findings In Pennsylvania Gerrymandering CaseThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court has scheduled arguments in the suit against the way the state's congressional districts are drawn.
PennDOT Prepares For SnowThe Pennsylvania Department of Transportation started preparing Thursday for the forecasted snow.
Electric Company Reportedly Sends Woman Bill For $284 BillionLooking on the bright side, the electric company did offer the 58-year-old a minimum payment option of just $28,156 due in December.
HOA Asks Pennsylvania Family To Remove 'Jesus' Christmas DisplayA religious holiday display is causing tension between two neighbors in Gettysburg, PA, and their neighborhood homeowner association.
Pennsylvania Is Now Fifth-Largest State In NationPennsylvania now has a new title as the 5th largest state in the U.S.
Gov. Wolf Says State Sen. Leach Should Resign Over Misconduct AllegationsPennsylvania's governor said Sunday a state senator should resign over published allegations he behaved inappropriately toward women.
Fate Of PA Children's Health Insurance Program In Hands Of CongressThe legislature has now sent a bill reauthorizing the state program to Governor Wolf’s desk.