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Pa. Election 2022: Everything You Need to Know About Requesting, Filling Out, and Returning Your Mail Ballot

Pa. Election 2022: Everything You Need to Know About Requesting, Filling Out, and Returning Your Mail Ballot

| October 1, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania’s 2022 general election will give registered voters in the state the chance to pick the state’s next governor and U.S. senator as well as U.S. House lawmakers and those who serve in the legislature.

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Schools Like Penn State Self-Police Student-Athlete Endorsement Deals

Schools Like Penn State Self-Police Student-Athlete Endorsement Deals

| September 29, 2022

A unanimous 2021 Supreme Court decision opened the door to student-athletes earning money for their “name, image, and likeness” — often called NIL — while participating in college sports.

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How to Apply for a Pennsylvania Property Tax Rebate or Rent Rebate

How to Apply for a Pennsylvania Property Tax Rebate or Rent Rebate

| September 29, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania’s rent and property tax rebate program — which helps older and disabled residents offset the rising cost of housing — got a major, one-time boost this year as part of the state budget.

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Pa. Election 2022: There Will Be No Constitutional Amendments on the Nov. 8 Ballot, But Big Ones Are Looming

Pa. Election 2022: There Will Be No Constitutional Amendments on the Nov. 8 Ballot, But Big Ones Are Looming

| September 27, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. (EYT) — Pennsylvania voters will not see any proposed constitutional amendments on this year’s November ballot, but that is almost certain to change when the state legislature opens its new two-year session in January.

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Pa. Election 2022: How to Serve As a Poll Worker on Nov. 8

Pa. Election 2022: How to Serve As a Poll Worker on Nov. 8

| September 26, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. – When Pennsylvania holds its 2022 general election in November, thousands of poll workers will ensure that voting runs smoothly. You could be one of them.

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Amid Budget Crunch, Penn State Trustees Spent Nearly $318,000 on Meals, Lodging, and More for Meetings

Amid Budget Crunch, Penn State Trustees Spent Nearly $318,000 on Meals, Lodging, and More for Meetings

| September 25, 2022

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Penn State’s Board of Trustees spent nearly $318,000 on its past six in-person meetings, covering the travel, lodging, food, and other expenses of attendees, according to newly released records.

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PennDOT Invites Pennsylvanians to Share Feedback on Construction, Maintenance Services

PennDOT Invites Pennsylvanians to Share Feedback on Construction, Maintenance Services

| September 24, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is accepting construction and maintenance services feedback through an online survey. The public can take the survey through October 14 at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2022PDConstruction.

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U.S. Attorney’s Office: Leader of Multi-State Drug Trafficking Organization Pleads Guilty to Drug and Gun Charges

U.S. Attorney’s Office: Leader of Multi-State Drug Trafficking Organization Pleads Guilty to Drug and Gun Charges

| September 24, 2022

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – An Ohio resident pleaded guilty in federal court to violating federal narcotics laws, United States Attorney Cindy K. Chung announced.

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These Pa. Voters Haven’t Missed a Single November Election for at Least 50 Years

These Pa. Voters Haven’t Missed a Single November Election for at Least 50 Years

| September 23, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Gareth Biser of Gettysburg hasn’t missed a November election since he cast his first vote for a presidential contender named Dwight Eisenhower in 1956.

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Pennsylvania Experts Offer Foliage Tips for Residents and Travelers

Pennsylvania Experts Offer Foliage Tips for Residents and Travelers

| September 23, 2022

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Highlighting some of the world’s most beautiful and diverse fall foliage, the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) again is making its experts available to serve as regional advisers, offering tips and resources to help residents and visitors experience a colorful autumn in a variety of ways across the commonwealth.

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