Legislative Republicans questioned the constitutionality of Gov. Tom Wolf’s sudden shutdown order for non-life-sustaining businesses, arguing that it caused nothing but chaos and panic across the state.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf ordered non-life-sustaining businesses to close their doors by 8 p.m. Thursday lest they face serious consequences, from losing their state licenses to forfeiting disaster aid to risking criminal prosecution.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf called on the federal government Wednesday for help sustaining small businesses and nonprofits during the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Chambersburg won’t disconnect residents' utilities if they get behind on their bill during the Coronavirus pandemic emergency.
Pennsylvania Democratic Party Chairwoman Nancy Patton Mills criticized Republicans for holding the elections despite the ongoing epidemic, leading to what she called skewed results.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) sent a letter today to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, asking them to consider extending the October 1, 2020 REAL ID enforcement deadline.
Pennsylvania's Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that starting at 7:00 AM Monday, March 23, weather permitting
Invitations to respond to the 2020 Census will be delivered March 12-20. Once received, residents can use their unique identifier (included with the invitation) to respond online, by phone, or by mail.
The PA Historical and Museum Commission awarded grants to four area museums and county historical societies in Franklin and Adams Counties
First responders who are injured while in the line of duty would be eligible for a free fishing license under a proposal unveiled by State Senator Doug Mastriano (R-33).
Public officials in Pennsylvania warned state lawmakers on Tuesday that the proliferation of unregulated CBD products into the marketplace
Franklin County Commissioners are asking courts to let them be heard during final PUC hearings on the Transource project .
Powell was chosen from a field of eleven nominations. His ability to interact with the public in a positive way is one of the traits earning him the February honor.
Franklin County Commissioners recognized Verdona “Dee” Allison recently for over 20 years as a volunteer ombudsman, helping people living in long-term care.
A Pennsylvania House committee is weighing a measure that seeks to make changes in how fire and emergency services are administered in the state.
Franklin County Commissioners passed a resolution extending the Keystone Opportunity Zone (KOZ) at Letterkenny Industrial Park.
A proposal to eliminate school property taxes in Pennsylvania is being met with a chorus of different viewpoints. Legislators, representatives of disparate organizations and residents weighed in on the thorny topic.
To encourage charities and businesses to donate excess food to organizations that can distribute that food to the needy, the entity doing the donating is generally exempt from any legal liability provided that the donation is made “in good faith.”
The state Senate recently approved legislation to create a First Time Homebuyers Savings Account in Pennsylvania.
Franklin County’s Director of Emergency Services John Thierwechter moves to a new role this month as the county’s assistant administrator.
Two bills designed to bolster fire and emergency services in Pennsylvania now head to the state House after senators passed them unanimously.
A resolution introduced by State Senator Doug Mastriano (R-33) that marked the anniversary of Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm recently received approval by the Pennsylvania Senate.
For Pennsylvania lawmakers who see the state’s rising property taxes as an intolerable burden on the state’s fixed-income residents, Monday was a day to try to rally support for repealing the taxes.
Franklin County Emergency Services Telecommunicator Brady Strite is the county’s Employee of the Month for January.
The Pennsylvania State Police will host Southcentral Camp Cadet from June 7-12 at York College. The week-long law enforcement program developed by and coordinated through the Pennsylvania State Police, Troop H, gives teens a taste of life as a police recruit.
Justin Slep, Director of the Franklin County Office of Veterans Affairs, has been appointed to the newly established Advisory Committee on the Coordination of Veterans Services.
The Franklin County Solicitor position provides legal counsel and advice for the Board of Commissioners.
Franklin County taxpayers can begin filing their 2019 tax year returns later this month but don't let that stop you from preparing your return.