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Pennsylvania tax revenues came in 6.2% below expectations last month, providing a glimpse into the state’s fiscal future as the coronavirus pandemic further squeezes the economy.
Nearly 900 applicants have requested over $75 million to their small businesses survive the Coronavirus shutdown.
Trooper Kelly Smith answers some questions about the role of state police in enforcing Gov. Tom Wolf’s Coronavirus emergency orders, and other subjects in this open letter to the community.
Seasonal restrictions on service terminations typically end April 1. The PUC last month issued an emergency order that halts service shut-offs for as long as Gov. Wolf’s emergency declaration remains in effect.
The share of adults over age 60 out of the total at-risk adult population is 74.2 percent. The share of adults age 18 to 60 who are at risk is 16.7 percent.
Donations earmarked for the Drew Michael Taylor Foundation will be used for the foundation’s Blue Butterfly Ball, held each November on the Saturday before Children's Grief Awareness Day.
Remote visits can be a video meeting that allows the provider to assess a patient utilizing smartphone or laptop cameras. If patients do not have access to video technology at home, many visits can be completed over the phone.
In the end, we want our Governor to lead and make decisions that are in the best interest of our state, not in the best interests of his wallet or dubious political agenda.
Sen. Pat Toomey represents Pennsylvania in the US Senate. He talks about details of the recently-passed federal CARES Act and talks about its hoped-for effect on the American economy in a time of extreme crisis.
Eleanor will be remembered as a devoted wife and mother who enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services and burial will be private in Brown’s Mill Cemetery, Kauffman Station with Pastor Dennis Beaver officiating.
PennDOT just made life easier for Pennsylvania residents facing deadlines to renew many official documents.
During times of uncertainty, people have always come together to help and support each other. Coronavirus is a new test of the community’s strength.
Pennsylvania is the only state to close its liquor stores during the coronavirus pandemic. The Distilled Spirits Council of the United States said the situation underscores flaws in the current state-run system. The Council urged the governor to consider alternatives to a complete shutdown.
Federal data shows Pennsylvania’s claims represent one-fifth of the 3.3 million Americans requesting unemployment benefits nationwide as governors enact strict limits on public life, shuttering most businesses and closing public schools indefinitely.