Papers’ Sale Expected To Be Announced TodayAn announcement is expected, today, in the sale of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News. A controversial group of local businessmen is likely to be the new owners.
Thousands Of Rendell-Administration Documents Made PublicMembers of former Governor Rendell’s transition team have spent the last few months poring over 300 boxes of correspondence, speeches, videos of public events and other materials, getting them ready to be viewed by the public, and quickly.
Wilma Theater Honors Former Pennsylvania Governor RendellGovernor Ed Rendell was the man of the hour at a fundraiser and awards ceremony
Rendell Says Spending Increased But Government Efficiency Did TooGovernor Rendell admits that he increased state spending during his eight years in office but says he balanced that by reducing the cost of government.
Rendell, Teams Weigh In On Postponed GameThe NFL moved the Eagles game with the Minnesota Vikings from Sunday night to Tuesday because of a blizzard that could dump more than a foot of snow on Philadelphia – and nearly everyone involved has an opinion regarding the decision.
Beach Boys To Perform At Rendell's End Of Term Party At The Electric FactoryGovernor Rendell will be feeling some 'Good Vibrations' at his end-of-term party.
For Upcoming Inauguration, Rendell Gives State Employees A Spendy Day OffSome 9,000 state workers – with a day’s pay totaling more than $2 million – will not have to come to work when Tom Corbett takes the oath of office as Pennsylvania’s next governor in January.
The Future Of Pennsylvania's Transportation Fund Is Up In The AirThere’s a huge gap in Pennsylvania’s plan to fund roads, bridges and mass transit and there’s a good chance that gap will go unfilled next year.
New Party In Power But Same Old Budget Concerns In PennsylvaniaRepublicans will control the governor’s office and the state legislature starting next year but that doesn’t necessarily mean Pennsylvania’s budget squabbles are over.