According to the Economic Policy Institute, the average cost for a family of four in Pennsylvania to enjoy a “modest yet adequate” standard of living is $87,500 a year. But if you live in one of the state’s 10 largest metropolitan areas, you’ll need to make more than that. A lot more in some areas.
Taylor Swift, who is dating Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, donated money to the family of the woman killed during the Super Bowl parade celebration in Kansas City.
Suzanne Volpe is warming Pittsburgh necks with her crocheted acts of kindness, and yarnbombing artists throughout the commonwealth are warming Pennsylvania hearts with their textile art creations.
Only two stores remain at the once-bustling Harrisburg Mall, which is set to be demolished this year. Let’s take a dive into the history of the mall before it’s gone....
While some of the world’s most popular candies are produced in Pennsylvania, real chocolate lovers know the small-batch stuff is where it’s at.
Wove, a veteran-owned Lancaster-based custom jewelry company has seen its sales increase by 2,000% since Swift was spotted wearing one of its handcrafted diamond bracelets during the AFC Championship Game last month.
Thousands gathered early Friday for the annual Groundhog Day celebration in Punxsutawney, where Pennsylvania’s famous furry forecaster called for an early spring.
Justin Mohn, 32, was charged with first-degree murder and abusing a corpse after he beheaded his father, Michael, and publicized it in a 14-minute YouTube video where he called his father a traitor to his country and encouraged violence against government officials.
With the governor having previewed two of his main objectives for Pennsylvania’s upcoming budget — overhauling the state’s higher ed system and increasing public transportation funding — we asked our newsletter readers to sound off on what they wanted to see Shapiro prioritize in the state’s new budget.
The Pennsylvania Treasury Department has more than $4 billion in unclaimed property including funds from dormant bank accounts, stocks, uncashed checks, jewelry, medals, and more.