Participants get an additional six month to apply this year.
Revenue Secretary Eileen McNulty said, "Last year, nearly 600,000 people benefited from the program. Distribution of rebates starts July 1, so eligible Pennsylvanians are encouraged to ...
Workers at Little Amps Coffee Roasters in downtown Harrisburg know all about brewing coffee.
Sitting in the shadow of the State Capitol, they know a thing or two about the state budget as well.
Lawmakers and lobbyists make up a large chunk of ...
West Seneca residents found relief Sunday after officials announced the removal of seven sex offenders from two group homes on Leydecker Road.
The sex offenders were placed in the group homes during the middle of the night in December of ...
A Pennsylvania lawmaker has introduced a package of legislation that would require gun owners to keep firearms under lock and key.
Rep. Leslie Acosta (D-Philadelphia) said her legislation would prevent accidental shootings.
House Bill 1963 would ...
New York state lawmakers are entering the final days of their 2016 session, with big votes possible on measures to combat heroin addiction, allow Uber to expand upstate and regulate daily fantasy sports.
Addressing corruption, which polls show ...
The Pennsylvania public high school is ending its long tradition of offering a prayer during its graduation ceremony on June 15th.
Its because there was a complaint after a student last year invoked the name of Jesus during the benediction.
Joe Miano, a prison guard in Attica, says despite a decrease in the overall prison population, the remaining inmates tend to be more violent. Over the past five years, inmate assaults on prison guards in New York have jumped nearly ...
One visitor insist, "There were dead fish all over the place."
Wildlife officials say it does not appear to be pollution, and they don't think the public is at any risk. Still, the smell is overwhelming according to one Kingston ...
Local dairy operations tell Family Life News if New York lawmakers allow it, many of them will go out of business.
Approximately 60,000 farm-hands toil on 35,000 dairy farms across the Empire State.