Sarah Anne hails from the District of Columbia, where she served as managing editor of the alt-weekly Washington City Paper and editor-in-chief of DCist, a local site that covers news, food and culture. Before that, she blogged about national news and pop culture for The Washington Post.
She’s covered everything from pedestrian and transportation issues topolitics and, most notably, the District’s family homelessness crisis. Sarah Anne is a graduate of American University and was raised in Alexandria, Va., and Lancaster, Pa.
Beaver Co. state rep. will continue to teach at Pitt after tweeting he would ‘not stop’ his car for protesters ‘with negative intentions’
As Democrats criticized Aaron Bernstine, a university spokesperson said Pitt “supports free speech and expression.”
The House has passed a revenue plan, but will the Senate get on board?
“We know that we can’t stay where we’re at, because status quo don’t grow,” state Rep. Ed Gainey said.
If you’re ‘With Pitt,’ you can send a message to your lawmakers in Harrisburg.
Newcomers may know why they’re running for office. But the same can’t be said for how.
Including at the Harrisburg office of Rep. Lou Barletta — Sen. Bob Casey’s most high-profile challenger thus far.
That’s the earliest time possible because of state testing requirements, a PWSA official said.
PWSA issues ‘precautionary’ flush and boil advisory for North Side neighborhoods, Millvale, Reserve Township
The advisory will be lifted as soon as PWSA gets the OK from the state.
On the agenda: Figuring out how to pay for the affordable housing trust fund and maybe a little drama?
It’s a big deal in Pennsylvania.