Wolf releases funds to rogue county that defied coronavirus orders; Murphy calls politicization of Postal Service ‘beyond repugnant’
Gov. Tom Wolf said that while the number of new cases in Pa. has been on the rise again, the percentage of positive tests decreased for the second straight week.
Mobile crisis units in the Philly area take strain off police when dealing with mental health incidents
Incidents related to mental health account for 10% of all police calls, raising questions about whether it’s more beneficial to have trained crisis workers deal with mental health related situations.
In Tioga, it’s been ‘one thing after another’ in the year since a standoff left six cops shot and their neighborhood traumatized
The community had begun to heal after the shootout, but the coronavirus has changed everything.
As Trump openly maneuvered to slow down the post office and hamper mail voting for his political benefit, Pennsylvania’s top elections official tried to stave off worry.
The Philadelphia Historical Commission carried a motion Friday to demolish the twin spires of Fishtown's St. Laurentius Church, a century-old building that had steadily crumbled over the years.