Pennsylvania tax revenues came in 6.2% below expectations last month, providing a glimpse into the state’s fiscal future as the coronavirus pandemic further squeezes the economy.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said Sunday night he’s reconsidering his order to shutter liquor stores as part of the state’s coronavirus mitigation effort.
Franklin County is closing its buildings to the public beginning Monday, except in rare cases, until the current Coronavirus crisis is over.
Legislative Republicans questioned the constitutionality of Gov. Tom Wolf’s sudden shutdown order for non-life-sustaining businesses, arguing that it caused nothing but chaos and panic across the state.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf ordered non-life-sustaining businesses to close their doors by 8 p.m. Thursday lest they face serious consequences, from losing their state licenses to forfeiting disaster aid to risking criminal prosecution.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf called on the federal government Wednesday for help sustaining small businesses and nonprofits during the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Chambersburg won’t disconnect residents' utilities if they get behind on their bill during the Coronavirus pandemic emergency.
Pennsylvania Democratic Party Chairwoman Nancy Patton Mills criticized Republicans for holding the elections despite the ongoing epidemic, leading to what she called skewed results.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) sent a letter today to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, asking them to consider extending the October 1, 2020 REAL ID enforcement deadline.
Pennsylvania's Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that starting at 7:00 AM Monday, March 23, weather permitting
Invitations to respond to the 2020 Census will be delivered March 12-20. Once received, residents can use their unique identifier (included with the invitation) to respond online, by phone, or by mail.