STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — The president of Penn State University has announced plans to retire at the end of his current contract, which runs through June of next year, and a phased approach to finding his replacement is set to begin this spring.
A 17-year-old sought in a deadly shooting at a Montgomery County bowling alley was jailed Monday morning after surrendering overnight to face murder charges.
Attempting to regroup in the wake of Donald Trump’s 2020 presidential election loss, Pennsylvania Republicans have become locked in a cycle of infighting over the party’s direction.
A coalition of Democratic legislators in Harrisburg are calling on the commonwealth to prioritize fixing crumbling school infrastructure with a substantial portion of the federal funds in the latest proposed COVID-19 stimulus package.
When Cheyney University senior Amber Young first heard about the new STEM program, she immediately thought it would be the perfect opportunity for her to be introduced to research work and participate in a lab setting.
State Rep. Chris Rabb, D-200, was recently ranked the No. 1 state legislator by ACLU-Pennsylvania for his voting record on laws that could affect civil rights and liberties.
Pennsylvania is facing a temporary shortage of booster shots of the Moderna vaccine because providers inadvertently used them as first doses, setting back the state’s already stumbling vaccine rollout.
Kathleen Sturgis loved her job linking people with social services and charitable agencies in Delaware.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — A spot on the Atlantic City Boardwalk where movie stars, athletes and rock stars used to party — and a future president honed his instincts for bravado and hype — was reduced to a smoking pile of rubble on Wednesday.
At least three New Jersey universities have reported racist attacks during virtual Black History Month events.
ALLENTOWN, Pa. — The emptiness across the block still unsettles Elsa Reyes after midnight, when she returns from work to her North 13th Street home in Allentown.
As former President Donald Trump faces impeachment charges for inciting a riot on the U.S. Capitol in January, state lawmakers in Pennsylvania are calling for investigations into Republicans who they say fanned the flames of insurrection from the Keystone State.
Delaware County is nearing a crucial benchmark in the process of forming its own health department by January 2022: the selection of a state-required board of health consisting of at least two licensed physicians.
On Wednesday morning, Camden School Superintendent Katrina McCombs found herself trapped in her car, surrounded by protesters. Her voice cracked with emotion after she’d rolled down her window and told the crowd: “I still love the kids.”
After months of claims by incarcerated people and staffers that the Cumberland County Jail had botched its response to the COVID-19 pandemic, prisoners are now suing county officials in U.S District Court.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Bally’s Corp.’s shopping spree shows no signs of slowing down as the Rhode Island-based gambling company snapped up yet another company Monday to enlarge its fast-expanding brand.
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania’s larger-than-life lieutenant governor, the 6-foot-8, bald and tattooed John Fetterman, will run for U.S. Senate, making the announcement Monday after kicking off an exploratory fundraising campaign last month that raised over $1 million.
Cheyney University is among 16 new schools joining the Grow With Google HBCU Career Readiness Program, an initiative that will help train 20,000 HBCU students in digital skills in 2021.
Audrey Janga hunched over a set of COVID-19 samples that were sitting within a negative pressure hood.
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed legislation approved Friday by lawmakers that carries over $900 million in pandemic-driven aid for hard-hit hospitality businesses, private schools and people struggling to pay rent or utility bills.