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State drops legal action against restaurants over pandemic

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health has dropped its legal action against more than 40 restaurants that were accused of defying state orders to close indoor dining and maintain social-distancing protocols. The Health Department had filed two separate complaints ...

Rapp concludes abortion hearing, advances pro-life bills

Following through on a promise she made throughout the unprecedented series of public hearings on pro-life and abortion issues, House Health Committee Majority Chair Kathy Rapp (R-Warren/Crawford/Forest) convened a voting meeting on Tuesday and successfully advanced three landmark pro-life ...

House GOP advances measure limiting Wolf disaster authority

HARRISBURG (AP) — A state House committee voted on party lines Tuesday to keep portions of the governor's coronavirus disaster emergency in place until October but end fast-track contracting rules and other provisions. The resolution, which requires approval from both legislative chambers ...

Pennsylvania to resume work-search rule for jobless benefits

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania will resume work search requirements in July for people receiving unemployment compensation, a top Wolf administration official said Monday. Gov. Tom Wolf's acting labor and industry secretary, Jennifer Berrier, told a state House of Representatives ...

District notes ‘proactive, precautionary protocol’ in brief lockout

There was a lockout situation Monday morning at two buildings in Warren County School District's central attendance campus. The outside doors at Warren Area High School and Warren County Career Center were locked, no visitors were admitted, and students were brought inside the buildings. At ...