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Protesters advocating for Berks' closure in 2016, during Barack Obama's presidency. Associated Press
“There’s financial unrest in Harrisburg that’s very similar to what we walked into in Reading in 2014,” Chris Celmer said.
Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner says the death penalty has disproportionately affected poor defendants of color who can’t afford private attorneys.
Adrian Galbraith-Paul, the farm manager, has been working at Heritage Farm for six years. In the past three, he’s noticed that weather patterns have made farming more difficult.
The Lancaster County District Attorney’s office agreed not to pursue charges if the seven defendants performed community service.
Eugene DePasquale’s frequent press conferences, the flurry of news releases, and his forays into policy areas that go beyond the traditional responsibilities of the auditor general’s office made him one of the most visible state officials around.
The Catholic Church spent more on lobbying efforts in Pennsylvania than in seven other northeastern U.S. states combined, according to a recent report covering 2011-2018.
Overbrook neighborhood resident Leah Small is worried the shooting over the weekend at Baker Playground is only going to reinforce a stigma that paints the neighborhood as a violent area.
Philadelphia area nurses, midwives and other medical providers said the loss of a hospital like Hahnemann that takes many low-income, Medicaid-dependent patients is unfathomable.