Lancaster City Council voted unanimously to pass the Trust Act, an ordinance that requires the city to maintain welcoming policies for immigrants.
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The unveiling for York City Cemetery’s permanent monument will be held March 9 at the site along Schley Alley in North York.
In the wake of a lawsuit alleging discrimination, the Hazleton Area School District says it has been doing the best it can to serve the area’s growing Latino student population.
According to the complaint, nearly 66% of Hazleton Area School District’s student population in the 2022- 2023 school year were Hispanic.
Low-income immigrants are often the targets of loan sharks, or have to rely on free legal clinics that might be too overwhelmed with cases to take on new clients.
Reading’s Police department will have a new chief starting February 1.
Charges filed against people suspected of human trafficking in Pennsylvania dropped by nearly 41% from 2021 to 2022.
The largest school district in Berks County – and the 4th largest in the state – will have two newly elected school board members starting this year.
Service providers in Pa. are standing by to help people experiencing domestic violence during the holidays
Factors such as money, drinking and family gatherings can make abuse that was already taking place get worse.