Church officials say the number of Catholics in the diocese has fallen from 914,000 in 1980 to 632,000 last year.
Even in a crowd of thousands in Pa. Monday, there were still some undecided voters who just don’t know which side to choose.
The drill will take place at the West Middlesex Area Junior-Senior High School from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
WPVI-TV reports that several suspects forced their way into the apartment shortly after midnight Saturday.
Starting this month, retailers must pay a 40 percent wholesale tax on all vaping-related products.
Police were called after someone said an unattended child in a parked car had been honking the horn for 20 minutes.
Johnstown solicitor Carl Beard said Friday that Chief Craig Foust’s leave is a “precautionary measure.”
The rally will be Trump’s first in Pennsylvania following a second debate with Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
The strict diet hampered the child’s motor skills and he couldn’t use his hands.
The driver of a motorcycle was killed when he hit the back of a street sweeper that was obscured by dust.
Palmer’s family wanted a public service to be held after the Ryder Cup, which the Americans won on Monday.
Route 376 in Mercer County has reopened after a tractor-trailer accident blocked traffic for several hours.
A central Pa. man who was already in sex offender treatment for a child sex assault was sentenced in a new pornography case.
The Philadelphia Orchestra went on strike Friday night, canceling an opening night performance that about 1,000 people had come to hear.
A Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to at least two months in jail for posing his 6-month-old daughter with a handgun.
Philadelphia’s police commissioner says nine officers fired a total of 109 shots at a man who went on a stabbing rampage.
Union president Hank McKay says the workers decided to return after recent progress on a new contract.
Wolf is seeking passage of bills to require prescribers to check a prescription drug monitoring database and limit opioid prescriptions.
The course called Trump allows students to meet to analyze the Republican presidential nominee’s campaign.
The companies’ experimental licenses will expire soon.