HARRISBURG, Pa. – State Fire Commissioner Tim Solobay and Insurance Commissioner Teresa Miller are reminding Pennsylvanians to celebrate Thanksgiving safely. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, the average number of home fires on Thanksgiving Day is normally double the average number of fires in homes all other days.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – As Thanksgiving approaches, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Secretary Leslie S. Richards urges drivers to take steps now for a safe holiday travel period and winter season.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – At a meeting of the State Board of Education last week, Pennsylvania Department of Education Secretary Pedro A. Rivera introduced proposed changes in regulations that would update the state’s policy for immunizing school children.
HERSHEY, Pa. – Getting ready to undergo a surgical procedure can be unsettling for adults — but especially so for a child who doesn’t understand the concept. That’s why trained practitioners take special steps to prepare children for surgery.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue is reminding taxpayers of the steps they can take to protect their personal and tax data and prevent refund fraud, echoing an appeal made today by the Internal Revenue Service in Washington, D.C.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — The House Gaming Oversight Committee Wednesday voted to approve legislation which would legalize and regulate Internet gaming in Pennsylvania and provide strong protections for children and consumers, said Gaming Oversight Chairman John Payne (R-Dauphin), who authored the bill.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – This week, the Pennsylvania Department of Health will continue its “Stopping the Flu Starts with YOU” campaign by hosting influenza vaccine clinics across the state and encouraging Pennsylvanians to get their flu vaccines before the holiday season.
HERSHEY, Pa. – Use of electronic cigarettes — or e-cigs, for short — has increased among adolescents, but the jury is still out on how many young people are becoming addicted, and how harmful they are for both young people and adults, relative to cigarettes.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane, in partnership with the Federal Trade Commission and the Connecticut Office of the Attorney General, announced yesterday a federal court has granted a request to shut down a technical support company.