More than $200M in contracting opportunities available through PA police project
Contractors are being sought to build the new Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) Academy.
PA taking new measures in bipartisan fight against blight
Pennsylvania is stepping up its fight against blight and doing so in bipartisan fashion.
Ben Franklin Tech investments secure more than $2 billion in revenue for PA economy
Ben Franklin Technology Partners helped drive Pennsylvania’s economy by generating $2.4 billion in revenue and securing $1.1 billion in post-Ben Franklin financing.
PA House passes bill for state-run retirement plan
The Keystone State is moving closer toward a state-run retirement plan.
Workforce challenges in rural communities subject of public hearing
Workforce challenges faced by employers in rural communities were voiced by PA Chamber Director of Government Affairs Kevin Sunday this week.
Small, disadvantaged businesses to gain access to increased federal contracting
A new initiative to increase federal contracting with small, disadvantaged businesses was announced by the Biden-Harris Administration.
Future path of PA energy debated in state Supreme Court
Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court heard arguments on both sides of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) that will determine entry into the multi-state initiative.
Montgomery County Rep. sponsors bill to aid family-owned bars, taverns, restaurants
Proponents of a House Bill leaving committee hope it might serve as the solution to rising costs for Pennsylvania's restaurants and bars.
PA Supreme Court to hear RGGI appeal
Later today, Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court will hear the appeal of the injunction stopping the Department of Environmental Protection’s Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) Regulation.
PennDOT announces Cargo Growth Incentive Program fund extension
The Pennsylvania Intermodal Cargo Growth Incentive Program is being extended, PennDOT announced.
PA unemployment rate for April matches record low
Pennsylvania’s nonfarm jobs continue to increase, reaching a record high in April for the fourth straight month.
Reading, Allentown rank among state’s top cities
Reading, and Allentown rank among the top seven Pennsylvania cities to live in, according to a recent report from U.S. News & World Report.