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U.S. Rep. Fred Keller said there has always been a peaceful transition of power following elections and, if needed, says he expects the same next month when a winner is selected in the presidential election.
Even though President Donald Trump continues to say he will only lose to challenger Joe Biden if the election is rigged, Keller said precedent will be followed.
The public is invited to participate in the virtual 2020 Community College Summit on Oct. 23, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The third annual event is being organized by the Susquehanna Valley Community Education Project and is sponsored by Geisinger. The event is free, but guests must register online at www.newcommunitycollege.org.
U.S Rep. Fred Keller, R-Middleburg, on Oct. 9 applauded the United States Small Business Administration for releasing a streamlined loan forgiveness application for Paycheck Protection Program loans totaling $50,000 or less.
The political scuffle that erupted in the aftermath of Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court proves that Washington Democrats will misrepresent the role of the judiciary to score political points.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded grants to Innes Hose Company and South Creek Volunteer Fire Department as part of the Community Facility Disaster Grant Program. Innes Hose Co. has received $289,900 and South Creek was awarded $32,600.
The funds will be used to purchase and upgrade firefighting equipment.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has released a streamlined loan forgiveness application for Paycheck Protection Program loans totaling $50,000 or less.
The Paycheck Protection Program was a pandemic relief measure intended to help small businesses and their employees stay afloat during a time of lockdowns and restrictions.
Pennsylvania Congressman Fred Keller says President Donald Trump is taking the right approach on stimulus negotiations.
“I applaud the president in being able to take a situation where the speaker is unwilling to put the ball back in her court and say ‘Let’s get something done for the American people,'” Keller said.
Back in July- Pennsylvania companies received more than $20 billion in loans from the Paycheck Protection Program.
We're now meeting some of the businesses benefiting from it.
The head of the U.S. Small Business Administration- and congressman Fred Keller were in Pittston today- touring businesses.
Starting today, Oct. 7, all commercial flights at Williamsport Regional Airport are grounded. Between political stalemates in Congress and the economic impacts of COVID-19, the question is not when –but if – flights will return to IPT.
AVIS — The Pine Creek Township Supervisors unanimously approved a conditional use for The New Love Center’s new building at 263 Henry St., at their in-person meeting on Wednesday morning.