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Paterno documentary screenings set for Tom Ridge Center
“The Joe We Know,” a feature documentary film about legendary Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, airs Oct. 19 at 6:30 and and 9:30 p.m. at The Tom Ridge Environmental Center. An informal reception will take place between screenings.
Gas tax increase plan may go up for Pa. House vote next week
Here in the middle of harvest season, farmer Andy Flinchbaugh ought to be driving across a small York County bridge four times a day to deliver grain to feed mills.
Counties trying to untangle mess following regional job training agency audit
Robert Snyder Jr., chairman of the Northwest Pennsylvania Workforce Investment Board, is blunt in his assessment of actions by the previous board after a recent state audit found questionable and wasteful spending.
State's Mentored Youth Fishing Day program may expand
Plans to expand the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission’s popular Mentored Youth Fishing Day program across the state in 2014 were unveiled during the PFBC’s recent business meeting.
1 dead, 44 injured in Interstate 80 Greyhound bus crash
A Greyhoud bus plowed into the rear of a tractor-trailer early Wednesday on Interstate 80 in central Pennsylvania, killing a woman passenger and injuring 44 others, state police reported.
State House votes on school property tax change bill
The state House voted down a bid to replace school property taxes with an increase in sales tax Tuesday after lawmakers from both sides of the aisle cautioned that the plan would leave the state with a billion dollar shortfall.
'Confusion' describes Affordable Care Act in Pa.
Tuesday is the first day Pennsylvania residents can sign up to enroll in health insurance available through exchanges created under the Affordable Care Act.
Group of lawmakers form 'Coal Caucus' to oppose new coal plant limits
Republican Congressman Tom Marino and a bipartisan group of state lawmakers have formed a “Coal Caucus” to oppose new strict federal emission limits on coal plants in Pennsylvania and other states.
State's dog owners reminded to get licenses
Pennsylvania’s state dog wardens remind owners to license their dogs and have them vaccinated for rabies. Wardens will be canvassing homes across the state this fall.
Committee approves bill to expand state prescription drug tracking program
The House Health Committee has approved legislation to expand Pennsylvania’s prescription drug tracking program to allow doctors to review a patient’s drug use history. Now only law enforcement officials have access to this private medical information.
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