The Pennsylvania State Police is asking people once again this year to display a blue light in their home or office window during the holiday season to remember fallen law enforcement officers and their survivors.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Agriculture Secretary George Greig invites Pennsylvanians to celebrate agriculture during the 98thPennsylvania Farm Show, Jan. 4-11 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg.
HARRISBURG, Pa.— With Older Driver Safety Awareness Week being recognized nationally through Dec. 6, older drivers, their friends and families are advised that Pennsylvania has several resources available to help keep drivers of all ages safe.
Black Friday is this week, kicking off the holiday shopping season when many consumers are on the lookout for the best deal they can find.
Hunters can help feed the more than 1.5 million Pennsylvanians who are at risk for hunger by donating deer meat through Hunters Sharing the Harvest.
Just one week after the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO held a Press Conference in support of legislation to keep it made in America and made in Pennsylvania, the members of the State House of Representatives unanimously passed Buy American legislation House Bill 530 (198-0) giving preference to American made products in their procurement policies.
During a visit to a long-term living facility yesterday, Governor Tom Corbett recognized Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and thanked members of the Pennsylvania Alzheimer’s Disease Planning Committee for their efforts to create a state plan to address the disease.
The Pennsylvania Insurance Department and the Office of the State Fire Commissioner are cautioning consumers to be extra careful if deep frying a turkey is part of your Thanksgiving celebration.
The public is invited to again vote online for the 2014 Pennsylvania River of the Year, choosing from among five waterways nominated across the state.