The Lincoln University Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Thursday to negotiate a new contract for university president Brenda Allen.
A Black student was forced to take off his Black Lives Matter face mask in order to graduate, his family says.
It’s a worst-case scenario for a voter: You show up to your polling place on Election Day, give your name, but are told you’re not on the rolls. You know you registered. You know you’re in the right precinct. What do you do now?“In our election protection efforts, and especially in 2018, we …
HARRISBURG, Pa. — School districts nationwide puzzling over how to safely educate children during a pandemic have a more immediate challenge — getting 26 million bus-riding students there in the first place.
Pennsylvania's two Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have been awarded $3 million dollars to start the fall semester safely.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania's education secretary announced Tuesday he will be leaving the job to take another position, as schools throughout the state are scrambling to develop and implement pandemic reopening plans.
Delaware County Community College has joined the American Association of Community Colleges, the National Governors Association and higher education and training leaders from 20 states to launch a national effort to help retrain workers impacted by COVID-19.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania health officials on Monday reported no new deaths attributed to COVID-19 for the first time in more than four months.
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania will foot the cost of postage for voters to mail in ballots in November’s general election, officials said Friday, a move that Gov. Tom Wolf has made a priority as the coronavirus pandemic unexpectedly fueled high interest in voting by mail under a new state law.
Cheyney University and The Wistar Institute in Philadelphia have formed a partnership to expand life science research education, training and business development opportunities in Pennsylvania.
TRENTON, N.J. — Airbnb said Friday it’s cracking down on party houses throughout New Jersey, suspending or removing altogether 35 listings, after state health officials warned house parties led to clusters of COVID-19 outbreaks.
WILMINGTON, Del. — A county council in Delaware has enacted a measure that bans county police officers from using kneeholds and bars the use of chokeholds except for situations where deadly force is warranted.
Flames jumped from unit to unit as a fire engulfed a North Coventry Township, Pennsylvania, apartment building, displacing 100 residents and leaving at least seven people, including three firefighters, hurt.
GREENSBURG — A few blocks from where Vice President Mike Pence would later lead a crowd in four-more-years chants at a “Cops for Trump” campaign event in front of the Greensburg police department building, about 80 residents rallied at a nearby park for racial justice.
TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey lawmakers passed two bills Thursday aimed at addressing racial injustice, one making Juneteenth a state holiday and another abolishing the county-level title of freeholder, which sponsors say alludes to a time when Black people and women were excluded from government.
Inspectors from the Division of Public Health have made more than 300 compliance checks at businesses throughout Delaware.
HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Wolf on Thursday denounced a Republican state lawmaker and self-styled opponent of mask-wearing for mimicking the words of the state’s health secretary, who is transgender, by appealing for tolerance of the “unmasked community.”
Delaware State University is one of the first historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to roll out a new mass COVID-19 testing program.
New Jersey lawmakers seemed close to supporting legislation Thursday that could free more than 3,000 prisoners — about 20% of the state’s prison population — months before their release dates in response to the extraordinary threat posed by the coronavirus in tightly packed correctional facilities.