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Tunkhannock — Federal Health Leaders, the Pennsylvania Department of Health, and a number of elected officials said Tuesday that they are working together to maintain emergency room services on the campus of Tyler Memorial Hospital.
According to a news release, plans for this transition will continue in the coming weeks.
Lackawanna College’s Tunkhannock Center is now ready to welcome students with an open door to the region’s petroleum and natural gas field.
TUNKHANNOCK, WYOMING COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — Officials at a hospital in Tunkhannock are working to keep emergency room services going in their hospital.
A release from Tyler Memorial Hospital states that the community would like to see the facility keep services such as imaging, outpatient care, and diagnostic services.
In Pittsburgh, officials want to extend bus routes to connect more people with jobs in the city’s core. In northwestern Pennsylvania, money for Great Lakes cleanups could boost port business and tourism on Lake Erie. In Philadelphia, more low-income families could get subsidies for faster internet.
MILTON — Congressman Fred Keller (R-Pa. 12) believes attributes of a distribution center employing more than 1,000 people which he visited Monday exemplify those held by many businesses located within his congressional district.
MILTON — About 1,000 employees work at the Weis distribution plant at the Milton Industrial Park, but the grocery giant, like many employers today, is facing a shortage of workers.
Lackawanna College’s Tunkhannock Center is now ready to welcome students with an open door to the region's petroleum and natural gas field.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - There is mixed reaction on Capitol Hill about President Biden considering new vaccine requirements for federal employees, and about a new mask mandate in the U.S. House chambers.
The count is now at 58 times over the last month. That’s how many times Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her Democrat colleagues in the House have blocked a request from Republicans on the House floor to have a vote on a bill to ban taxpayer-funding of abortions.
A group of Republican representatives led by Rep. Lance Gooden (Texas) on Thursday signed a letter to the director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, demanding answers regarding its apparent failure to stop "illicit financial act