HARRISBURG, Pa. – Sources say spikes in Pennsylvanians’ electric bills caught the attention of the Office of Attorney General’s Bureau of Consumer Protection last week.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Yesterday PennDOT began shipping an additional 35,000 tons of road salt from the port in Delaware to its roadway maintenance stockpiles across the state.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Yesterday Governor Tom Corbett and First Lady Susan Corbett joined Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput, Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, and members of the business and civic community to announce that they have been invited to travel to the Vatican to begin planning for the Eighth World Meeting of Families.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – State Fire Commissioner Ed Mann yesterday reminded Pennsylvanians to change the batteries in their smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors when turning their clocks forward one hour this weekend.
SEBRING, Florida – An 81-year-old Florida woman on probation for feeding bears is being held without bond for allegedly violating her probation by feeding crows.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States Commission on Civil Rights announces that it will hold a briefing to examine compliance with the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA), a federal law that requires Medicare-participating hospitals to treat emergency medical conditions of any person regardless of capacity to pay, and makes unlawful the discharge of [...]
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Yesterday Governor Corbett unveiled Big Interview, the latest enhancement to Pennsylvania’s job-matching website, JobGateway℠.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board reported yesterday on its website that total revenue generated through the play of slot machines at Pennsylvania casinos during February was down 7.54% compared to the amount generated a year ago.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – PennDOT and the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) are seeking volunteers for this year’s Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania effort that runs through May 31.