HERSHEY, Pa. – During their lifetime, as many as eight out of 10 people experience back pain that lasts more than three days. However, for a vast majority of these people, the pain goes away with simple treatment.
MERCER CO., Pa. – As a means of addressing safe driving among teenagers and in recognition of Governor Tom Wolf’s proclamation of Teen Driver Safety Week October 16 – 22, PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards hosted an online Teen Driver Safety Forum with students from 10 schools throughout the commonwealth today.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Governor Wolf released the following statement on the state system strike.
HERSHEY, Pa. – The Pennsylvania State Police will be hosting a “Come Get to Know Us Day” at the Pennsylvania State Police Academy on Sunday, October 30, 2016 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Game Commission is considering a proposal to remove the osprey from the state’s list of threatened species, and there’s an opportunity for the public to weigh in on the matter.
HERSHEY, Pa. – Dr. Daleela Dodge is fascinated by the resilience of her patients. The breast surgeon at Penn State Breast Center has repeatedly seen how social networks, diet, exercise, a strong support system, mindfulness, and therapy through music, art, and writing can be an important part of recovery and remission from breast cancer.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – After a first round yielding no progress, negotiations head into the second of three days of bargaining between the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties and the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
Federal Government Tells Pa. to Meet REAL ID Requirement or Face Restrictions on Residents Gaining Access to Federal Facilities
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The federal Department of Homeland Security has notified Pennsylvania that state residents will face new restrictions gaining admittance to federal facilities in January because Pennsylvania’s driver’s licenses and IDs are not in full compliance with federal REAL ID requirements.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Yesterday Department of Human Services (DHS) Secretary Ted Dallas responded to the Auditor General’s (AG) audit of ChildLine, the commonwealth’s hotline to report suspected child abuse:
Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF) chapter offices will move off campus 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 13, in preparation for next week’s possible strike, according to a release issued by the organization on Tuesday.