List by Category: Pennsylvania News

PA Prosectutors Crack Down on Two-County Drug Circle

12.12.14 | Terry Diener

Twenty-four suspected drug dealers selling mostly heroin were charged by state narcotics agents Thursday. This, after a street-level sweep that brought together more than a dozen law enforcement agencies to fight heroin trafficking in Armstrong and ...

PA Governor-Elect Wolf Announces Transistion Team

12.12.14 | Terry Diener

Governor-elect Tom Wolf on Thursday named 34 people he appointed to catch him up on the state of state agencies.The members of Wolf's transition team will act as review heads for state agencies and issue areas, attempting to identify challenges in ...

D-E-P Expands PA Forests

12.11.14 | Terry Diener

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is adding 971 acres to Pennsylvania’s state forest system by adding seven separate tracts to Bald Eagle, Gallitzin, Lackawanna, Rothrock, Tiadaghton and Tuscarora state forests. These ...

PA Governor-Elect Wolf Staffs Cabinet

12.11.14 | Terry Diener

Democratic Gov.-elect Tom Wolf has begun filling key positions on his senior staff roster. Wolf on Wednesday announced he had selected John Hanger to be his new secretary of Policy and Planning, a high-profile job that involves helping the governor ...

PA's Attorney General Kane Makes Staff Adjustments

12.10.14 | Terry Diener

As she faces a grand jury probe into alleged leaks, Attorney General Kathleen Kane is once again reshuffling her top staff. On Tuesday, Kane named a former top aide to the Arkansas attorney general as her chief of staff. Kane also said she will be ...

Some PA Drilling Companies to Pay Workers Backwages

12.10.14 | Terry Diener

Following a two-year U.S. Department of Labor investigation, a newly released report says contractors involved in natural gas extraction in the Marcellus Shale region of Pennsylvania and West Virginia must pay nearly $4.5 million in back wages to ...

PA's Grove City Partners with NY's King's College

12.09.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Under the partnership program, Grove City College will send up to three students a year to study for a semester at The King's College. The students in Grove City's Entrepreneurship, Business, and Communications & Visual Arts programs will be ...

Nor'Easter Headed for NY, PA

12.09.14 | FL News Team

Wet snow, sleet and rain in eastern NY and PA will change to all snow over night. It'll be heavy at times tomorrow, with accumulations of up to a foot in areas east of 1-81 in New York and north of 80 in PA . The system will move slowly over the ...

Ambush Suspect Eric Freen's Hearing Moved

12.08.14 | Sarah Harnisch

A preliminary hearing for the man charged in the fatal ambush of a Pennsylvania State Police trooper has been rescheduled after one of his lawyers withdrew from the case. A judge Friday granted a defense request to move Eric Frein's (FREEN'S) ...

PA Governor-Elect Tom Wold Miscalculates The Benefit of A Tax on Natural Gas

12.08.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Governor-elect Tom Wolf might have been off the mark by hundreds of millions of dollars when he said during his campaign that a new severance tax on natural gas drillers would raise more than $1 billion. His estimate that the levy would raise $1 ...

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