Harrisburg, Pa. -- The Department of Health continued to remove states from the travel advisory list as the newest count featured only 16. One less than last week's total.
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Lancaster, PA - Pennsylvanian's will be receiving fresh food from local agriculture producers as a new contract with Feeding Pennsylvania helps both sides bring food to family's in need.
Harrisburg, Pa. - While the 2020 Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Elk Expo has been canceled due to COVID-19, hunters still can go online Aug. 15 to watch live as the names of those drawing 2020-21 Pennsylvania elk licenses are announced.
Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania State Police Liquor Control Enforcement Officers visited 1,168 licensed liquor establishments from Wednesday, August 5 through Thursday, August 6 to ensure businesses are abiding by COVID-19 mitigation requirements that include social distancing, masking, and ot…
Harrisburg, Pa.—On Friday, the Department of Health upped the number of states on its travel advisory list to 22 as three more were added.
Harrisburg, Pa.—One day after Governor Wolf shook the foundations of high school sports in the state, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association responded with a letter of its own.
Harrisburg, Pa. – AARP Pennsylvania published survey results showing that Pennsylvania voters aged 50-plus are not a lock for either presidential candidate. Instead, the poll revealed older voters are voting according to which candidate expresses support for Social Security and Medicare.
Williamsport, Pa. – The crisp fall mornings provide a refreshing break from the hot days of summer. Now is the time when many farmers will move their cattle to a new pasture; however, doing so could be deadly for cows.
Harrisburg, Pa. – Today is the first official day of Autumn! To celebrate the fall season in Pennsylvania, experts from the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources shared some tips for finding the best fall colors and resources to help residents and visitors experience autumn to its…
Philadelphia, Pa. – A new cell phone app designed to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and notify individuals who may have been exposed launched today in Pennsylvania. Governor Tom Wolf and Department of Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine announced the app today during a press conference.
Harrisburg, Pa. – A federal judge denied the Wolf administration's request for a stay-of-decision on a recent court ruling which declared some of the Governor's COVID-19 restrictions were unconstitutional.
Harrisburg, Pa. - The remaining nine Walmart drive-thru and parking lot COVID-19 testing sites across the state will be closing upon the completion of testing on September 25 due to a low number of people being tested, according to Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine. Other testing sites a…
Harrisburg, Pa. – Yesterday, Governor Tom Wolf vetoed House Bill 2787, which would have mandated that school fall activities be under the sole jurisdiction of local school districts.
Pottsville, Pa. – D.G. Yuengling and Son, Inc. and Molson Coors Beverage Company have launched a new long-term brewing partnership, which will bring Yuengling beer to people outside of the brewery's East Coast footprint. The partnership will bring Yuengling products further west for the firs…
Harrisburg, Pa. – Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf vetoed House Bill 2787, which would allow school districts to make their own decisions regarding school sports and crowds today.
Harrisburg, Pa. – In response to Governor Wolf's Executive Order on protecting vulnerable populations, the Pennsylvania Department of Aging released its study on the impact of financial exploitation of older adults.
Harrisburg, Pa. – The upcoming Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners meeting only will be held online to help limit the spread of COVID-19.
Harrisburg, Pa. – Representative Clint Owlett (R - Tioga/Bradford/Potter) recently created a bill that would amend Pennsylvania's 2002 Religious Freedom Protection Act to exempt houses of worship from being shut down during emergency declarations. The Act bill was approved by the House this …