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Penn State Makes List of the Most LGBTQ Friendly Universities &...

College Consensus, a unique new college ratings website that aggregates publisher rankings and student reviews, has published their ranking of 25 LGBTQ Friendly Colleges...

Catholic Priest Sentenced for Sexual Abuse and Attempted Abuse of Two...

Former Erie Catholic priest David Poulson was sentenced to up to 14 years in prison for his repeated sexual assaults against one boy and the...

Governor to “Take the Oath” Tuesday for Second Term-What you Need...

What events can the public attend? Governor Wolf’s Swearing-In Ceremony will take place on Tuesday, January 15th outside of the East Wing of the Pennsylvania...

Central Pennsylvania Food Bank Announces Federal Shutdown Food Assistance

The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank announced today that it will begin Federal Shutdown Food Assistance services effective next Tuesday, January 15. Employees and their families...

Cannabis Businesses Seek Security as the Market Grows

Cannabis has spread rapidly throughout the recent years and is showing no signs of slowing down. Many countries are in the process of legalizing...

Cash to Protect Pennsylvania Communities from Flooding

Following a year with unprecedented rain events and catastrophic flooding, Governor Tom Wolf has announced more than $3 million in grants for projects to...

State Lawmaker delivers more than 3,000 diapers to Salvation Army of...

State Rep. Steve Samuelson delivered 3,106 children’s and adult diapers donated by area residents during his holiday diaper drive to the Salvation Army of...

‘It’s On Us PA’ Enters Fourth Year of Fight Against Campus...

Governor Tom Wolf was joined by state and national It’s On Us initiative leaders today to announce nearly $1 million in grants to combat...

Auditor General Demands Answers on Scranton School District’s IT Department

In response to a request by several Scranton School Board members, Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said he will follow up on his previous...

Pregnant Women Urged to Stop Smoking This National Birth Defects Prevention...

In recognition of January as National Birth Defects Prevention Month, the American Lung Association in Pennsylvania and other health organizations are urging pregnant women...