House Speaker Bryan Cutler on Wednesday scheduled a special election for Feb. 7 to fill the vacancy created by the death of Rep. Tony DeLuca, D-Allegheny.
Members of the Republican-controlled Senate formally received impeachment articles Wednesday from House impeachment managers.
The Department of State declined to say how many of the state's 67 counties failed to meet the deadline for certification — the end of the day Monday.
Carolyn Carluccio, the president judge of Montgomery County Court, announced her candidacy for a 10-year term on the state’s highest court.
Two Democratic members of the Luzerne County Board of Elections and Voter Registration voted to certify, both Republicans voted “no” and the fifth member, Democrat Daniel Schramm, abstained.
County officials said the real estate millage remains at 2.195 mills and library millage remains level at .166 mills.
Fetterman has played down his own progressivism. Instead, he said the Democratic Party has come around to his long-held positions — such as legalizing marijuana — and has held himself out as a Democrat who votes like a Democrat.
Commissioners Jean Foschi and Vince DiFilippo voted to approve $3.78 million in recovery grants for the purchase of P25 digital radios for county first responders.
With the busy holiday driving period just around the corner, the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP), Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), and Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission came together Monday at the PennDOT Regional Traffic Management Center at the Pennsylvania Emergency Man…
The proposed development drew fire from neighbors and township residents who were concerned about added traffic on already busy roads, the potential for water contamination and the risk of sinkholes.
That salary increase is about 50% higher than what federal data shows for average private sector wages in Pennsylvania during the same time period.
HARRISBURG — A Pennsylvania judge has recommended the state’s high court impose civil contempt penalties against a Republican-majority county government that this summer secretly allowed a third party to copy data from voting machines used in the 2020 election lost by former President Donald Trump.
There is uncertainly because of the death of Rep. Tony DeLuca, D-Allegheny, and because two other Allegheny County Democrats who won new House terms were elected to other offices.
The charges announced Wednesday against political consultant Rasheen Crews, 46, stem from the May 2019 primary elections for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas and Philadelphia Municipal Court.
CAEDC's chief executive officer leads the agency and reports to a board of directors appointed by the Cumberland County commissioners.
Lawmakers voted 107-85 to impeach District Attorney Larry Krasner, setting the stage for what would be the first Pennsylvania Senate impeachment trial in nearly three decades.
Krasner has drawn Republican attacks after getting elected on a platform of progressive positions on bail policies, reduced lower-level crime prosecutions and other reforms.
Set to be sworn in Jan. 17, Shapiro will take the reins in a state riven by partisanship over voting laws and the management of the COVID-19 pandemic by his predecessor, outgoing Gov. Tom Wolf.
Funds from the $7,426,764.94 transfer committed to the general fund can only be used with approval of the county board of commissioners.
Cumberland County Commissioner Vince DiFilippo announced this week that he will seek re-election in what he said will be his last campaign for the seat.
In Pennsylvania, Catholics were slightly more likely to have voted for the Republican loser in the Senate race, Mehmet Oz, but more likely to vote for the Democratic winner in the governor’s race, Josh Shapiro.
In Pennsylvania, Mastriano would have had the power to appoint a secretary of state to oversee voting, but he was routed in the governors race by Democratic Attorney General Josh Shapiro.
Misinformation experts say it's not unusual for voting irregularities or delays to be spun into rumors.
Cumberland County Bureau of Elections reported that there was 62.69% turnout in Tuesday's election.
County commissioners voted 2-1 to allocate $25 million toward eventual facility upgrades and to offset county revenue lost during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Republicans hold the chamber 113-90, so Democrats would need a net pickup of 12 to retake the majority for the first time in 12 years.
Votes were still being counted across the country, meaning Republicans could still emerge with control of both chambers of Congress.
Unofficial results as of Wednesday morning show Perry with 51.14% of votes (138,422 votes) over Daniels who held 48.86% of votes (132,276 votes).
Control of the US Congress remained hanging in the balance on Wednesday morning as Democrats have shown surprising strength, defeating Republicans in a series of competitive races and defying expectations that high inflation and President Joe Biden’s low approval ratings would drag the party…