Pennsylvania reports nearly 2,800 more covid cases, 55 deaths
Pennsylvania health officials on Saturday reported 2,789 new coronavirus cases, exactly one year after the virus was first discovered in the Keystone State. Two people were reported quarantined on ...
Pennsylvania coronavirus update: The longest year: from 2 cases to 946,985 cases, 24,317 deaths
March 6 marks the one-year anniversary of the first Pa. coronavirus cases. Saturday's report marks 946,985 cases and 24,317 deaths.
Malcolm Kenyatta, a 30-year-old Democratic state lawmaker, could be Pennsylvania's next senator in 2022
If elected, Kenyatta, a lawmaker from North Philadelphia, would be the first Black senator from Pennsylvania and the state's first openly gay senator.
A Pennsylvania town surprised its UPS driver with a $1,000 gift thanking him for his hard work during the pandemic
UPS driver Chad Turns was surprised by the residents of Dauphin, Pennsylvania, with a $1,000 gift thanking him for all his work during the Covid-19 pandemic. Chad Turns delivers for UPS in the small ...
Fish & Boat Commission: Invasive zebra mussels found in aquarium products sold in Pennsylvania
Aquarium products sold in Pennsylvania may be infested with zebra mussels, according to the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission.
A Pennsylvania man said he would find a local Democratic Party office and 'shoot it up' for Donald Trump, and then he did, authorities say
Anthony Nero is accused firing his handgun at the Montgomery County Democratic Party's office in Norristown, Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania unveils mass vaccination plan for educators
Starting March 10, roughly 200,000 educators and support staff can receive the COVID-19 vaccine through the Pennsylvania’s newest mass immunization plan.
Pennsylvania hauled to court over blocking plastic bag bans
Philadelphia and three other municipalities in Pennsylvania sued the state Wednesday over what they say was a covert abuse of legislative power to block local bans or taxes on plastic bags that ...
Pennsylvania police officer removed from duty after pointing loaded gun at man’s head during domestic dispute, officials say
An Allentown police officer has been removed from duty after he was charged in Berks County with pointing his loaded, city-issued gun at a man’s head and threatening to kill him during a domestic ...
Pennsylvania teachers, school staff to get 1-dose vaccine
With growing emphasis on getting students back in schools during the pandemic, teachers and school staff will receive the first doses delivered to Pennsylvania of the ...
Pennsylvania hauled to court over blocking plastic bag bans | Raleigh News & Observer
Philadelphia and three other municipalities in Pennsylvania are suing the state over what they say was an abuse of legislative power to block local bans or taxes on plastic bags that retailers give ...