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The homes are turning away veterans due to lack of staffing.
One councilman opposed a women’s health class “because it was related to sexual matters.”
Conditions in some corrections facilities are a a moral failure that also costs taxpayers millions.
Rep. Scott Perry, from Dillsburg, sought his sixth term in office and was challenged by Harrisburg City Council member Shamaine Daniels.
While Shapiro has run a ‘textbook’ campaign, Mastriano has largely avoided media inquiries.
Pennsylvania state lawmakers have passed a bill that supporters say will make it easier for doctors to treat patients by streamlining how they work with health insurers.
Pennsylvania lawmakers weigh in on need for reforms after investigation into county jails and mental health
Prison oversight boards and funding for jails are among the ideas presented.
Parents, teachers at Central Dauphin School District voice concerns over special education worker shortage
Parents and teachers are raising concerns over a shortage of special education workers at Central Dauphin School District.
A WITF investigation finds that Pennsylvania county corrections officers use physical force on people who may be unable to comply with orders due to a mental health condition.