Harrisburg, Pa—Four more states were added to Pennsylvania’s travel quarantine recommendation that has been aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19.
Lock Haven -- On July 1, Joe Waltz and Margie Brown, Democratic candidates for the Pennsylvania House and Senate respectively, celebrated the opening of their new shared campaign headquarters in Lock Haven.
The Lycoming County Commissioners are debating whether or not they'll pay for a closed captioning service that would make their meetings accessible to people with hearing loss.
Harrisburg, Pa. - Building on criminal justice reforms and fulfilling a recommendation to modernize job licensing, Governor Tom Wolf signed Senate Bill 637, which removes outdated licensing barriers so skilled workers with criminal records can get a second chance and start good careers.
A petition to fire two Williamsport Bureau of Police officers over alleged misconduct has collected more than 1,200 signatures.
- The search is on for the Totally Ninja Raccoons!
- Search for the Totally Ninja Raccoons is underway
- Victims identified from Friday night’s shooting in Selinsgrove
- Child abuse video recorded in Williamsport circulated widely online: PSP
- Shooting victim had PFA against suspect; identity of suspect released
- Shooting fatalities reported at Monroe Marketplace in Selinsgrove
- Human remains recovered from Susquehanna River in Clinton County
- Man broke into woman's camper in Lycoming County and raped her: PSP
- Williamsport sex offender sentenced to 36-year minimum prison term
- Unemployment compensation benefits extended 13 weeks
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First Lady Frances Wolf offered encouraging messages to children, parents, teachers, and caregivers through the release of a series of videos created in collaboration with Pennsylvania PBS titled #TogetherPennsylvania.
Governor Tom Wolf announced today that The School Safety and Security Committee (SSSC) within the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) has approved the opening of two funding announcements totaling $157.5 million that school entities are immediately eligible to apply for t…
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets all over northcentral Pennsylvania--as they have across the country--to advance their message in a peaceful way.
Amid a surge in mail-in ballots, the COVID-19 public health emergency and civil disturbances in six counties, Governor Tom Wolf today signed an executive order extending the deadline for county election offices in Allegheny, Dauphin, Delaware, Erie, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties to re…
Harrisburg, PA - Department of Human Services (DHS) Secretary Teresa Miller today reminded Pennsylvanians that public assistance programs remain available to families throughout the COVID-19 public-health emergency.
In response to the COVID- 19 health emergency, the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) began accepting applications for its Recovery Crisis Program Monday.
Harrisburg, PA -- Rep. Garth Everett (R-Lycoming/Union) and Sen. Gene Yaw (R-Bradford/Lycoming/Sullivan/Susquehanna/Union) applauded the passage of House Bill 2506 and House Bill 2513 in the House this week.
Harrisburg, PA--Governor Tom Wolf today vetoed three bills related to the state’s response to COVID-19 that violate the separation of powers and make other changes that go against the administration’s measured plan for reopening the state safely.
Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) recently announced their percentage of Fiscal Year 2019 Title I-A funds for schools around the state. Below is a breakdown of the money and how much each school district received. Related reading: Schools could reopen in the fall with …
On May 23, 2019, Pennsylvania changed the 143rd day of the year forever as it has become a day of kindness dedicated to the State’s best neighbor—Fred Rogers.
Harrisburg, Pa. - "Be a good neighbor and respond to the 2020 Census." That's the message from Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Secretary Dennis Davin, saying it's more important this year than ever to respond.
Harrisburg, Pa. - May is Mental Health Awareness Month, which seeks to raise awareness of, increase understanding about, and fight stigma of mental illness and substance use disorders.
The delay of the Pennsylvania Primary has added more time for mail-in votes, and so far over 6,000 people in Lycoming County have applied for mail-in ballots, according to voter services.