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March 2019 Nursing Home Inspection and Sanction Information

In the March 2019 report, Pennsylvania Department of Health nursing home surveyors conducted 463 inspections at 305 nursing homes, including 260 complaint investigations. In addition,...

Insurance Department Announces NextGen Academy for College Students to Learn About...

Insurance Commissioner Jessica Altman announced her department, along with a working group of stakeholders, will this summer hold the first of its kind Pennsylvania...

100 Tons of Prescription Drugs Destroyed through Drug Take Back Program

Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced that the Office of Attorney General’s Drug Take Back Program recently surpassed 100 tons of prescription drugs destroyed...

U.S. Sen. Bob Casey Urges Legislature to Support Gov. Wolf’s Restore...

U.S. Senator Bob Casey wrote a letter to the Pennsylvania General Assembly urging members to support Gov. Wolf’s aggressive infrastructure plan, Restore Pennsylvania. “This plan would make...

Governor, Philadelphia Phillies and MLB Announce 2026 All-Star Game in Philadelphia

As part of the 250th anniversary of American independence, Governor Wolf joined Major League Baseball (MLB) to announce the Philadelphia Phillies will host the...

Proposal to Eliminate School Property Taxes for Struggling Seniors

State Rep. Thomas Caltagirone, D-Berks has introduced a bill that would eliminate school property taxes for Pennsylvania seniors who qualify under the Property Tax/Rent...

PA Takes Legal Action against 35 Home Improvement Contractors

Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced that his Bureau of Consumer Protection has filed 35 legal actions in 17 counties across Pennsylvania involving home improvement...

Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania Wins First Place in 2019...

Four MBA candidates from the Wharton School won The Executive Leadership Council's (ELC) 2019 National Business Case Competition today, making a compelling case for attracting more...

Gov says Getting High-Speed Internet Access to Rural EMS Can Improve...

Governor’s Office of Broadband Initiatives Acting Executive Director Sheri Collins joined Department of Health Director of the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services Dylan Ferguson...

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Event at Central Penn College...

More than a dozen male students, faculty and staff members will don high heels in support of Sexual Assault Awareness Week at Central Penn...

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