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Wolf Announces $1.6 Million Investment in Drinking Water Project in Clearfield County, Eleven Others Statewide

Wolf Announces $1.6 Million Investment in Drinking Water Project in Clearfield County, Eleven Others Statewide

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Governor Tom Wolf yesterday announced the investment of $60 million for 12 drinking water, wastewater, and non-point source projects across 12 counties through the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST). FULL ARTICLE
by · April 19, 2018 · Local News, News, PA News
Where Can I Carry a Concealed Gun? AG’s New Website Has the Answer.

Where Can I Carry a Concealed Gun? AG’s New Website Has the Answer.

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Attorney General Josh Shapiro yesterday announced his office has completed an exhaustive review of concealed carry reciprocity agreements with all 49 other states, as required under Pennsylvania law. FULL ARTICLE
by · April 17, 2018 · Local News, News, PA News
State Police Seek Youth Camp Applicants

State Police Seek Youth Camp Applicants

HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania State Police and Pennsylvania American Legion are seeking applicants for "State Police Youth Week," a summer leadership camp designed for teenagers interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement or the military. FULL ARTICLE
by · April 15, 2018 · Local News, News, PA News
AG Warns Pennsylvanians of Job Search and Employment Scams

AG Warns Pennsylvanians of Job Search and Employment Scams

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Attorney General Josh Shapiro today is warning Pennsylvania consumers to use caution when searching for job opportunities online. FULL ARTICLE
by · April 14, 2018 · Local News, News, PA News, Uncategorized
PA’s Statewide Opening Day of Trout Season Kicks Off April 14

PA’s Statewide Opening Day of Trout Season Kicks Off April 14

​HARRISBURG, Pa. – Spring is officially underway and the warmer weather has anglers from across the Commonwealth gearing up to fish their favorite spots on Saturday, April 14, which marks the traditional statewide opening day of trout season. FULL ARTICLE
by · April 13, 2018 · Local News, News, PA News, Sports
Pennsylvania Department of State Tells Counties to Have New Voting Systems in Place by End of 2019

Pennsylvania Department of State Tells Counties to Have New Voting Systems in Place by End of 2019

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Acting Secretary of State Robert Torres yesterday informed Pennsylvania's counties to have voter-verifiable paper record voting systems selected no later than December 31, 2019, and preferably in place by the November 2019 general election. FULL ARTICLE
by · April 13, 2018 · Local News, News, PA News, Political
PA Department of Human Services, Community Celebrate Individuals with Autism

PA Department of Human Services, Community Celebrate Individuals with Autism

HARRISBURG, Pa (ETY) – The Department of Human Services (DHS) Secretary Teresa Miller joined community members Tuesday evening at a monthly meeting of Spectrum Friends, a support group of local adults with autism, to celebrate Autism Awareness Month. FULL ARTICLE
by · April 12, 2018 · News, PA News, Political
Governor Wolf Supports Marsy’s Law for Crime Victims Constitutional Amendment

Governor Wolf Supports Marsy’s Law for Crime Victims Constitutional Amendment

HARRISBURG, Pa., (EYT) – Governor Tom Wolf today backed Marsy’s Law, which proposes a state constitutional amendment securing permanent, enforceable rights of victims. FULL ARTICLE
by · April 12, 2018 · Local News, News, PA News
Attorney General Josh Shapiro Alerts PA Consumers to Mortgage Modification Scams

Attorney General Josh Shapiro Alerts PA Consumers to Mortgage Modification Scams

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Attorney General Josh Shapiro Tuesday alerted consumers to mortgage modification scams taking place across Pennsylvania and announced restitution for consumer victims of Michael Rabel, an attorney who scammed consumers in Western Pennsylvania. FULL ARTICLE
by · April 11, 2018 · Local News, News, PA News
Shorter Standardized Tests Begin This Week for Many Pennsylvania Students

Shorter Standardized Tests Begin This Week for Many Pennsylvania Students

HARRISBURG, Pa. – As many students begin taking the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSAs) this week, changes implemented by the Wolf Administration for this school year are reducing the test by as much as two days, giving students and teachers more time in the classroom for learning. FULL ARTICLE
by · April 10, 2018 · Local News, News, PA News