Protests happened across rural Pa., including Franklin County — elevating political fault lines and fractured alliances that have been lying beneath the surface.
7 months agoListen 5:06
Businesses are hurt. Unemployment is unprecedented. But coronavirus cases in this rural Pa. town have still been spiking. Now, as restrictions ease, hospitals could be tested.
11 months ago
Across the state, Pennsylvanians are trying to adjust to a new normal. Life in our homes, our public spaces, and our economy looks much different than it did mere weeks ago.
1 year ago
Bridesburg is a working-class safe haven in Philly that rarely makes the police blotter. But it has a reputation of being exclusionary, and sometimes racist.
1 year agoListen 14:00
At this barbershop in Chambersburg, Pa., red, blue and other come together for conversations of political ‘grace and mercy.’
1 year agoListen 5:20
Where low-wage immigrant labor undergirds the local economy, stress is put on other institutions — especially public schools, which face a mandate to educate all.
1 year agoListen 7:21
Mike Kitsock never thought he’d still be fighting fires as a sexagenarian. ...
1 year agoListen 5:19
After experiencing overtly racist behavior by a quasi-public official, two brothers are on a crusade for accountability. Will anyone in their community care?
1 year agoListen 7:56
Indian restaurants have been popping up along truck stops along major shipping routes in the United States, offering comfort foods to a new wave of drivers.
1 year agoListen 4:07
It’s a milestone in the decades-long transformation from industrial, white working-class roots to a majority Latinx city trying to redefine itself.
2 years agoListen 4:32
Recipients of the letters included parents of extremely sick children born in the U.S. and children receiving treatment for cancer, some of whom live in Pa.
2 years agoListen 4:19
Bethlehem Steel built a skyscraper in the 1970s, just ahead of the industry's collapse. The tower sat mostly vacant for a decade, but the city found other ways to revitalize.
2 years agoListen 4:38
Pennsylvania had one of the wettest summers on record last year. The intense rainfall and flooding caused farmers across the state to lose significant crops.
2 years ago
Students in rural Pennsylvania face two big obstacles to college completion: cost and access. A new college is out to change that.
2 years ago
With signals from the Wolf administration, momentum is building for legalizing marijuana in Pennsylvania, but top lawmakers have vowed to block the effort.
2 years agoListen 3:55
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