State legislators send governor a letter requesting reconciliation
Pennsylvania Congressman asks for open access with Trans-Pacific Partnership members.
Legislation would authorize creation of commerce courts in Superior Court and Court of Common Pleas
Syracuse University team rules oil and gas industry has not adversely affected commonwealth's water.
Best Companies Group charged with developing assessment for list of top 100 employers in Pennsylvania.
Concerns over potential tax increases hamper Pennsylvania investment, hiring opportunities
State legislators say Wolf's behavior is "unnecessary, unacceptable and unbefitting" citizens.
Selections will be based on job creation, energy efficiency, feasibility and sustainability
Family-owned Pennsylvania tech provider WPS Office Solutions recently earned a spot as one of the Best Places to Work in PA for 2015, joining the ranks of select businesses in a relatively new category in the statewide business initiative.
To improve efficiency within Pennsylvania’s legal system, Pennsylvania House Judiciary Committee Majority Chairman Ron Marsico (R-Dist. 105) advanced legislation this week to create commerce courts in the Superior Court and Courts of Common Pleas.
To examine recent unemployment-compensation eligibility changes and determine any possible negative impacts to seasonal workers, the State Senate Labor and Industry Committee will hold a public hearing, 10 a.m. to noon on Tuesday at Philadelphia City Hall, Courtroom 676.
In recognition and support of national Manufacturing Day, Marcellus Shale Coalition (MSC) President David Spigelmyer issued a statement from Pittsburgh on Friday, remarking on the state of the manufacturing industry in Pennsylvania.
Chamber of Business leads efforts to get governor to dump proposed natural gas industry tax
Nine facilities commended by county for using trans fat-free cooking oil.
In return, mayor earmarks 10 percent of capital budget to flood control, facilities and road work.
Two new plans will be available in Beaver, Lawrence, Allegheny and Westmoreland County
Nearing the 100-day mark in a budget impasse and coming on the heels of the veto of a stopgap budget measure, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is facing harsh criticism for his continued support of a budget proposal that would raise taxes by $5 billion statewide.
Industry group does not want highway improvement funds moved into state's general fund
Westmoreland County Forum for Workforce Development aims to align education with high-demand jobs