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‘Have They Locked the Doors?’ Judge Presses for Details on Hershey Charity Spat With Board Member

‘Have They Locked the Doors?’ Judge Presses for Details on Hershey Charity Spat With Board Member

HARRISBURG, Pa. — The mounting feud between Pennsylvania’s wealthiest charity and one of its board members was on full display in a Harrisburg courtroom Tuesday, as a judge pressed attorneys for each side on the details of a monthslong fight over internal spending details. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 4, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
For the First Time, Pa. Senate Gives Public Online Access to Spending Records

For the First Time, Pa. Senate Gives Public Online Access to Spending Records

HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Senate for the first time is giving the public online access to the way the chamber and its elected members spend millions in taxpayer money on themselves. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 3, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
PennDOT, PSP, Pa. DUI Association Urge Responsible, Designated Driving Ahead of Labor Day Holiday

PennDOT, PSP, Pa. DUI Association Urge Responsible, Designated Driving Ahead of Labor Day Holiday

HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP), the Pennsylvania DUI Association, local police agencies, and victim’s advocates are urging motorists to celebrate responsibly ahead of the Labor Day holiday. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 2, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
Gov. Wolf and Members of Administration Provide Update on Response to Remnants of Ida

Gov. Wolf and Members of Administration Provide Update on Response to Remnants of Ida

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Governor Tom Wolf was joined by the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA), Department of Transportation (PennDOT), and the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) on Wednesday to provide an update on state agency response to remnants of Ida, which is currently impacting the commonwealth with heavy rain and significant flooding. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 1, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
Gov. Tom Wolf to Mandate Masks in Pa. Schools

Gov. Tom Wolf to Mandate Masks in Pa. Schools

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Masks will be required indoors at Pennsylvania’s public and private schools, as well as early learning and child-care facilities, starting Sept. 7, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Tuesday. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 1, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
State Police Offer Driving Safety Tips During Hurricane Ida

State Police Offer Driving Safety Tips During Hurricane Ida

GREENSBURG, Pa. – As the remnants of Hurricane Ida approach Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvania State Police are reminding motorists to use their headlights when using their windshield wipers and avoid driving on flooded roadways. FULL ARTICLE
by · September 1, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
Gov. Wolf: New School Mask Mandate ‘Necessary to Our Future as a Commonwealth’

Gov. Wolf: New School Mask Mandate ‘Necessary to Our Future as a Commonwealth’

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Governor Tom Wolf announced a new Secretary of Health order requiring masks to be worn inside K-12 school buildings, early learning programs, and child care providers during a press conference on Tuesday afternoon. FULL ARTICLE
by · August 31, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
Help Available As Federal Unemployment Benefits End on Saturday

Help Available As Federal Unemployment Benefits End on Saturday

HARRISBURG, Pa. - With federal unemployment benefits ending for 558,000 Pennsylvanians on Saturday, Sept. 4, other support programs are available to provide help, Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) Secretary Jennifer Berrier and Department of Human Services (DHS) Deputy Secretary for the Office of Income Maintenance Inez Titus announced during a Capitol press conference on Monday. FULL ARTICLE
by · August 31, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
Free Webinars Available Connecting Military Veterans With Agriculture Business Funding, Opportunities

Free Webinars Available Connecting Military Veterans With Agriculture Business Funding, Opportunities

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding on Monday announced a free webinar series to connect military veterans who are considering starting or expanding an agriculture business with resources, funding and planning tools they need to succeed. FULL ARTICLE
by · August 31, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News
Remnants of Ida Expected to Bring Rain, Flooding to Much of Pennsylvania

Remnants of Ida Expected to Bring Rain, Flooding to Much of Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG, Pa. - The Wolf Administration is encouraging everyone to pay close attention to weather forecasts as the remnants of Hurricane Ida are expected to merge with another weather system and bring 3 to 6 inches or more of rain to parts of Pennsylvania. FULL ARTICLE
by · August 31, 2021 · Local News, News, PA News, Weather