As House state lawmakers prepare to offer an official list of possible voting law changes, a bipartisan group pointed to that change as the most critical and reinforced what county election directors have been saying for months.
A new coalition of more than a dozen education advocacy organizations, teachers, students, and leaders from across the state are demanding $100 million for Pennsylvania’s 100 most distressed school districts.
After a year of COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns and mitigation measures, the hospitality industry in the midstate is starting to see business pick up again. But in Gettysburg, which relies on tourism dollars, some bars, restaurants and hotels are dealing with a labor shortage.
The federal indictment unsealed Friday charges Moshe Porat, 74, with conspiracy and wire fraud for allegedly submitting phony information about its graduate business programs to U.S. News & World Report.
The suit against Republican Schuylkill County Commissioner George Halcovage Jr. was filed in the Middle District of Pennsylvania at the end of March.
Since then, the leaders of the County Republican Party have said he should step down.