The history of public health in Pennsylvania is more relevant than ever today.
The army reports that military police killed one and wounded six Black soldiers at the Shenango Depot in 1943. This oral history suggests there's more to the story...
A deadly Spanish Flu outbreak at a Pennsylvania prison shows how vulnerable the correctional system is today.
A fascinating investigation of the links between Pennsylvania's asylum network and modern prison system.
The first woman to lead the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Dr. MacBride Dexter made major reforms to the state's treatment of tuberculosis and other deadly diseases.
By working collaboratively, Pennsylvania's archives have been able to help protect a valuable piece of state history.
Pennsylvania's long and complex history of public welfare and related government services begins nearly 200 years ago.
When prison overcrowding and discontent were getting out of control in Pennsylvania, officials turned to an innovative boxing program to help ease tensions.