June Jobless Rate Slid Down In Pennsylvania, Payrolls JumpedPennsylvania's unemployment slid a bit down in June after hitting a pandemic peak in April, but it was well above the national rate even as payrolls rebounded by more 230,000, the state reported Friday.
Pennsylvania Dedicates $50 Million To Help Employers Provide Essential Workers Hazard PayThe funding will go to workers in life-sustaining industries such as health care, grocery stores and public transit.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Imposes Restrictions On Restaurants, Bars, Gatherings Amid Rising COVID-19 CasesWolf says Pennsylvania is at a tipping point.
Reporting Delay Drives Surge In Pennsylvania Virus Cases; Statewide Total Now Stands At 96,671Statewide, 216 of the new cases resulted from the delay in private lab result reporting, according to the state Health Department.
First George Floyd-Inspired Bills Become Law In PennsylvaniaThe first bills passed by Pennsylvania's Legislature in response to widespread protests over police brutality and the killing of George Floyd became law Tuesday with Gov. Tom Wolf's signature.
Pennsylvania Department Of Health Issues Emergency Warning After Spike In COVID-19 Cases Related To Young People Traveling, SocializingCOVID-19 infections are going up in Pennsylvania, because of a significant increase in cases among younger people.
Vetoed Petrochemical Tax Break Bill Revived In PennsylvaniaThe newer version puts limits on how much each facility could reap in tax credits and the number of facilities that can qualify.
Pennsylvania Adds 4 More States To Travel Quarantine ListOfficials said people who have traveled to Delaware, Iowa, Kansas and Oklahoma are being asked to self-quarantine for 14 days upon their return to Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Reports 2nd Day Of More Than 800 New COVID-19 CasesOf the latest batch of positive test results, 215 came from Allegheny County and Philadelphia increased by 105 cases overnight.
Buses Pose Particular Challenge For Schools' Pandemic PlansMany districts are currently working on their safe reopening plans, which must address transportation.
Pennsylvania Records 1,000 New COVID-19 Cases, Biggest 1-Day Report Since MayAnother 32 coronavirus-related deaths were reported, as well, bringing the state's total to 6,880.
Officials: Pennsylvania Man Sentenced To 10 Years For Office FirebombingPhilip Finn Jr., 50, of Plains, was sentenced Thursday after pleading guilty in October to use of fire to commit stalking.
Joe Biden Pledges New Deal-Like Economic Agenda To Counter Trump At Metal Works Firm Near ScrantonThe former vice president will discuss the proposals Thursday at a metal works concern in Dunmore, Pennsylvania.
Vice President Mike Pence, Joe Biden Expected To Emphasize Pennsylvania's Importance As Battleground State During Visits ThursdayPennsylvania becomes a campaign stop today for Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Pennsylvania Extends Foreclosure, Eviction Moratorium To Aug. 31The Wolf administration has been facing growing calls to extend the four-month-old moratorium, which had been set to lapse Friday.