Pennsylvania Auditor General Eugene DePasquale gave an update on Thursday on his office's audit of the process the state used for more than 40,000 applications from businesses seeking to remain open for the last two months.
The roughly three dozen hearings that were scheduled before Common Pleas Judge Gary Gilman constituted the most proceedings to cycle through a county courtroom in a day since March, when most court functions temporarily ceased because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Members of the Allegheny County government and business community discussed mitigation practices that establishments should follow when they b…
Bill DeWeese, a former powerful state representative from Greene County, could have to pay restitution on top of the prison time he served for his 2012 conviction on corruption charges.
The leader of the state Department of Human Services outlined the implications that Harrisburg's phased-reopening plan carries for daycare centers and other businesses that provide child care during a press briefing on Monday.
The promise that Gov. Tom Wolf made on Friday to businesses in most of Southwestern Pennsylvania counties is unlikely to mean the end of a fed…
Officials from the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency discussed the later deadline they set for state financial-aid applications for next academic year during an informational session on Thursday.
Pennsylvania American Water said on Thursday it was starting a $2.4 million project to build a booster station and 7,000 feet of new water mai…
When it happened on Saturday, the wedding didn't look anything like what Hannah Maxwell (née Ford) had previously envisioned. Instead of hundreds, the guest list was pared down to immediate family as a precaution against the coronavirus. She'd intended to have the service and reception at her church and its adjacent gymnasium, but it was held outdoors on the grounds of her paternal grandparents' old farm in Daisytown.