SEPTA has received more than $1 billion from the infrastructure law, but this round of funding could not have come for a better time for the struggling transit authority, which is facing a $240 million budget shortfall and drastic service cuts.
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.
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....
A study released last summer by J.D. Power ranked Pennsylvania’s tap water as the sixth worst in the nation, and found that 33% of the state’s rivers and streams failed to meet water quality standards.
Two signature pieces of legislation from President Joe Biden, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act, have provided funding for $14.8 billion in public infrastructure and clean energy projects throughout the commonwealth.
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.
President Joe Biden traveled to Philadelphia on Monday to mark Martin Luther King Jr. day by volunteering at Philabundance. Biden chatted with volunteers at the hunger relief organization as he helped to box food alongside new Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle Parker. It...
The change could potentially eliminate billions of dollars in fee revenue for the nation’s biggest banks, which were gearing up for a battle even before Wednesday’s announcement. Exactly how much revenue depends on which version of the new regulation is adopted.
US Sen Bob Casey has made “Greedflation” an issue as he is getting ready to run for reelection in 2024. Now the senator is focusing on corporations shrinking their products to boost profits.
About 706,000 households in Pennsylvania have enrolled in President Biden’s Affordable Connectivity Program, which provides discounts on internet bills.