(The Center Square) – Pennsylvania bars and restaurants will see no reprieve from pandemic restrictions after the General Assembly’s latest…
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One local resident received what she thought was three mail-in ballots this month. She hadn’t applied for even one, and planned to vote in person Nov. 3.
With respect to Pennsylvania, the report states the Biden-Harris platform would translate to a $10,605 tax on every resident, or $42,419 for a family of four.
New contracts call for no raises in 2021, but provide all borough employees with a 3% raise in 2022.
The LERTA program supports improvement of commercial and industrial properties by providing county tax benefits on the improved portions of properties. Since it began in 2014, eleven properties across Franklin County have benefitted from county tax exemptions through the LERTA program.
The Franklin County Veterans Affairs We Support You Scholarship program provides financial support to an area veteran’s dependent.
“We care deeply about the health, safety and well-being of our customers, especially during this unprecedented pandemic:” restaurant, bar owners
Legislation by State Senator Doug Mastriano (R-33) establishing a statewide moment of silence in schools observing September 11th received a…
The state legislature has a plan to make it easier for the average homeowner to cash in on the solar energy fad: community solar panels.
Everyone in attendance at an event count toward the 25 person indoor and 250 person outdoor limit including the players and their coaches.
Franklin County has a strong program in which police and mental health experts work together to keep the mentally ill…
“There’s back and forth and I think there’s a real interest in having a conversation. This isn’t a one-sided conversation.
A Spotlight PA review found many landlords have refused to participate, and lawmakers have failed to take action despite warnings the program is failing.
Thwarted by court rulings and vetoes, Republicans in the legislature unhappy with Gov. Tom Wolf’s response to the coronavirus pandemic are plotting two new efforts to curtail his emergency powers.