Cumberland County is adding population at one of the quickest rates in the commonwealth. It also serves as a hub for national shipping networks.
The free, online classes are designed for people in government, business, agriculture, and community organizations.
A new report from the state’s Independent Fiscal Office shows Pennsylvania sent more than 79 million megawatt hours of electricity to other states in 2020.
Some of those involved in treating the water contaminated by the site’s legacy of coal mining still remember the weight the work carried.
A history of coal mining and invasive species are presenting challenges to natural resources at the memorial.
A mounting body of evidence shows that continued warming is making storms more intense.
The vote starts a clock of either 30 calendar days or 10 legislative days — whichever is longer — for the full House and Senate to each send a disapproval resolution to the governor.
Pa.’s RGGI rule, which would put a price on carbon dioxide, nears finish line after oversight board vote
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, a cap-and-trade program among 11 northeastern and mid-Atlantic states, aims to cut carbon emissions by charging power plants for each ton of pollution they emit.
A federal judge said the Trump rule — known as the Navigable Waters Protection Rule — had “fundamental, substantive flaws” that “would risk serious environmental harm” if it were upheld, by exposing hundreds of waterways to pollution.
Forecasters say heavy rain will move west to east across Pennsylvania from Tuesday night to Wednesday night.