Williamsport, Pa. -- Penn College continues to place students in jobs soon after graduation thanks to the school's vocational programs in high-demand fields, the college reported.
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Harrisburg, Pa. – Lycoming County Magisterial District Judge Allen P. Page III was again certified for service as a member of the Pennsylvania Judiciary after successfully completing continuing legal education course work, according to the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts (AOPC).
Harrisburg, Pa. -- The fight to protect the private information of individuals continues. The Pa. Bankers Association has challenged federal legislation on the grounds that it invades upon the basic principles of individual privacy.
"What is Agriculture?" asked Agriculture Secretary Russell Reading during this year's breakfast meeting on agriculture, organized by Senator Gene Yaw. The meeting was held at Herman and Luther's barn on Friday, Sept. 17.
Williamsport, Pa. — Thursday night's Williamsport City Council meeting was heated at times as Williamsport continues to struggle with financial issues stemming from the former administration's 2019 and 2020 budgets.
Harrisburg, Pa. -- The 2020 election underscored to many just how important it is to vote. Even more important is to know what your registration status is. But, are you sure that you are registered? Do you even know where you go to vote? Do you know how to get an absentee or mail-in ballot?
May 18 marked the 2021 Pennsylvania Primary election. Nearly 32% of Lycoming County’s registered voters either turned out to the polls or sent in mail-in ballots, On the PULSE reported.
A global pandemic, hostile election day crowds, new technology, and odd work hours mean that finding poll workers is harder now than it’s ever been, according to Lycoming County voting officials.
The Senate Environmental Resources & Energy Committee, Chaired by Senator Gene Yaw (R-23) and the Senate Local Government Committee, Chaired by Senator Cris Dush, will hold a joint committee hearing on Tuesday, May 11, to discuss Senate Bill 275, which would bar cities or towns from rest…
Harrisburg, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board issued clarifying guidance for licensees to reinforce the targeted statewide mitigation efforts at bars and restaurants in response to the recent rise in COVID cases.
Harrisburg, Pa.--The Pennsylvania State Law Enforcement Citizen Advisory Commission was created this week as Pennsylvania continues to push for meaningful law enforcement reforms.
Harrisburg, Pa. – Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today released an updated guide to help Pennsylvanians make informed decisions about nursing homes during the outbreak of COVID-19.
Harrisburg, PA – Firearm owners will be happy to know an additional extension to licenses to carry firearms permits has been granted.
Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania Department of Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine and Education Secretary Pedro Rivera today jointly announced updated guidance to help Pre-K to 12 schools prepare to reopen and safely educate students for in-person learning.
Hamilton, N.Y. — A group of presidents belonging to the Patriot League have announced their opposition to the federal government’s new rules restricting access and opportunities for international students attending colleges and universities in the United States.