HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Center for Digital Government presented the Office of Administration with a Cybersecurity Leadership and Innovation Award for developing a highly successful process to protect web and mobile applications from online attacks.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Eighty-six projects in 35 counties will improve safety and mobility with $84 million in Multimodal Transportation Fund investments from Act 89, the state’s transportation plan.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – More than seven million Pennsylvania death records are now available online as part of a continued collaboration between the Pennsylvania State Archives and Ancestry.
Governor Tom Corbett today visited The Bridges at Bent Creek, a personal care community, to celebrate the passage of a new law that will give more veterans access to safe, affordable medications.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – As a result of House Bill 1067, which Governor Corbett signed into law on Oct. 22, income eligibility guidelines for the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program have changed so that income increases due solely to Social Security cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) will no longer disqualify claimants from receiving rebates.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – With small-game hunting seasons set to kick off this weekend, Pennsylvania’s state game lands are being stocked with pheasants in a year what Game Commission officials describe as an excellent year for pheasant production.
Acting Secretary of Education Announces Website to Provide Opportunity for Public Input on Pennsylvania Standards
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Acting Secretary of Education Carolyn Dumaresq yesterday announced a website designed to provide the public with the opportunity to review and provide feedback on the Pennsylvania Standards.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – The state Insurance Department has served as a lead in several multi-state examinations targeting the business practices of the life insurance industry. Approaching year end, more than 11,000 Pennsylvania policyholders will receive over $174 million in life insurance claim payments that were rightfully owed to them.
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Near the site where Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner was murdered on December 9, 1981, Governor Tom Corbett yesterday signed Senate Bill 508, the Re-Victimization Relief Act.
PIKE COUNTY, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Game Commission has lifted within all of Pike County the temporary prohibition on hunting and trapping, but all seasons remain closed within three townships in Monroe County.