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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.
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., said Monday that his decision not to seek another term in 2022 was not political but personal.
The second-term lawmaker said he is not planning a gubernatorial run and plans to go back to the private sector.
HUMMELS WHARF — State Rep. Lynda Culver, R-108, Sunbury, is holding a drive-through veterans appreciation event on Nov. 9.
Following a busy 24 hours in Washington, Pennsylvania's 12 district representative Fred Keller sat down with WENY News to share his support for the president as he battles COVID.
The president's diagnosis also comes just days after he held a rally near Harrisburg, which drew thousands of people.
U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey and other Pennsylvania Republicans in Washington have sent a letter to Gov. Tom Wolf asking that he permit fans to attend sporting events in the state this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A bi-partisan group formed last month to improve America’s federal prison system came together virtually for its first meeting Wednesday, with a goal of improving transparency and cooperation through legislative solutions.
The Congressional Bureau of Prisons Reform Caucus formed by U.S. Rep. Fred Keller in August held its first meeting Wednesday to discuss legislative solutions to increasing transparency and cooperation in improving the country's federal prison system.
Pennsylvania’s GOP delegation in the House of Representatives sent another letter to Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey (D), after he declined to articulate his reasoning for not supporting President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. The group wrote to Sen. Casey last week, urging him to do the job he was elected to by evaluating Judge Barrett objectively with Senate hearings.
Rep. Keller fires back at Sen. Casey for not meeting with Supreme Court nominee
Keller says Casey’s refusal to meet with Barrett is ‘an insult to Pennsylvanians’
U.S. Senator Pat Toomey and other Pa. Republicans in Washington, D.C., have sent a letter to Gov. Tom Wolf asking that he permit fans to attend sporting events in the state this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic.