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Spending Time With Pets can Help with Feeling Lonely

Social Isolation is becoming an increasingly common issue, with 1 in 5 Americans reporting they feel lonely. Sadly, seniors are especially vulnerable to these feelings. In fact, 43 percent say they experience loneliness...

Governor Wolf Visits Philadelphia Police to Show Support After Shooting

Gov. Tom Wolf visited the Philadelphia Police 39th District Station to meet with some officers who protected the public as a gunman shot six of their fellow officers and...

Business

GIANT Announces New Two-Level Urban Store In Downtown Philadelphia

GIANT Food Stores announced a new, two-level urban flagship GIANT store in downtown Philadelphia overlooking the Schuylkill River, furthering the company's investments and commitment to the Philadelphia market. Coming on the heels...

Stadium Casino Westmoreland RE, $150 Million Live! Casino Pittsburgh Project

Stadium Casino Westmoreland RE, LLC, an affiliate of Stadium Casino, LLC, was awarded a Category 4 gaming license by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board for its LIVE! CASINO PITTSBURGH project. The...

Politics

AG Shapiro Urges Congressional Leadership to End Use of Harmful PFAS Chemicals

Attorney General Josh Shapiro urged the U.S. Congressional leadership to support federal legislation to regulate PFAS chemicals that are harming Pennsylvanians’ health and environment. In a letter addressed to...

Pennsylvania Governor Wolf to Sign Sweeping Executive Order to Reduce Gun Violence

Governor Tom Wolf will sign an executive order to make sweeping changes to executive branch agencies and programs to better target the public health crisis of gun violence. The...

Crime

Legislation to Address Wrongful Convictions, Imprisonment in Pennsylvania

State Senator Vincent Hughes (D-Philadelphia/Montgomery) announced plans for two pieces of legislation aimed at curbing wrongful convictions and imprisonment in the commonwealth. The first piece of legislation would set guidelines for...

Charges against Pittsburgh Lobbyist for Stealing $100,000 from Small Businesses

Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced charges against a Pittsburgh lobbyist for stealing more than $100,000 from Pennsylvania small businesses. Joseph Kuklis, 48, of Pittsburgh, was charged with Corrupt Organizations, Deceptive...

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Governor Wolf Visits Philadelphia Police to Show Support After Shooting

Gov. Tom Wolf visited the Philadelphia Police 39th District Station to meet with some officers who protected the public as a gunman shot six...

1 in 3 Say Back-to-School Shopping More Stressful, Expensive Than Holiday...

For millions of parents, back-to-school shopping is dreaded even more than holiday shopping, and about a third of shoppers said it's both more stressful...

PA Department of Agriculture Encourages Growers to Sign Up for New...

Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding announced that a new registry is available for Pennsylvania producers to prevent pesticide use from affecting their land and...