HERSHEY, Pa. – The teen years can be a time of stress, confusion, and uncertainty. There is pressure to fit in, to stand out and to succeed. So you can hardly blame adolescents for sometimes being moody, down or wanting to be left alone.
APSCUF President Says “State System Gave Proposal That Purposely Went Backward” – Strike Date Set for October 19
HARRISBURG, Pa. (EYT) — The Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties will be on strike as soon as Wednesday, October 19, if no agreement is reached with the State System of Higher Education.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania State Police announced that 1,774 youths graduated this year from 22 Pennsylvania State Police Camp Cadet programs held throughout the Commonwealth.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Attorney General Bruce R. Beemer and 35 other Attorneys General today filed an antitrust lawsuit against the makers of Suboxone, a prescription drug used to treat opioid addiction, over allegations that the companies engaged in a scheme to block generic competitors and cause purchasers to pay artificially high prices.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Governor Tom Wolf yesterday applauded the focus on safety in new federal guidelines on automated vehicles that were released yesterday morning.
BLOOMINGTON, Il. – In many U.S. states, drivers are all too familiar with deer crossing signs, but they may not know how close the danger actually is.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Venango, Crawford, and Clarion County fire departments received nearly $43,000 in grants from the Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry today.
PennDOT, Police Highlight New Child Passenger Safety Law, Urge Motorists to Participate in Seat Checks
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and Pennsylvania State Police are encouraging motorists to properly restrain children and educate themselves on the updated child passenger safety law as the agencies mark National Child Passenger Safety Week on September 18 through September 24.
HERSHEY, Pa. – When a doctor recommends medical imaging for a child, parents may find themselves confused and concerned.
HERSHEY, Pa. – When you’re young and healthy, going to the doctor is often the last thing on your mind – especially if you don’t have insurance. Research from the past decade even shows that getting an annual physical examination does not necessarily improve your health.