Turnout is expected to be heavier than normal for an off-year election because of elevated interest in school board races.
WellSpan’s 20,000 or so employees must receive their first vaccine dose by Dec. 1 and their second by Jan. 5, 2022, or lose their jobs. Exceptions will be granted for religious and medical reasons.
Zanetta Kok, who owns Sydney Roasting Co. with her husband, Kenny, said the Quentin Road site is about the same size as the previous location – 2,000 square feet or so – but is better laid out for a café.
A memorial honoring the chaplains of the nation’s armed forces and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will be dedicated Oct. 12 at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.
Partnering with other Lebanon County organizations, the nonprofit is part of the United Way project Pipelines and Pathways to Success; its self-described purpose is to address poverty “one family at a time.”
The organization provides support at a schoolwide, group and individual level. It’s a holistic approach, targeting both the academic and nonacademic needs of students.
They were among 72 Pennsylvania municipalities receiving nearly $5 million total in the final batch of first-round payments under the American Rescue Plan Act’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery program.
Ninety percent of patients who were treated in WellSpan hospitals for COVID-19 last month were not vaccinated against it.
Construction of the facility, off Route 72 near Heilmandale, started in February and will take about a year.
Dealers face an inventory shortage and robust demand, due to an improving economy, low interest rates, high savings and stimulus payments.
The building, which will create at least 200 jobs, is expected to be up and running by the end of March 2022.
Joining 21 others, the Borough of Richland is the latest Lebanon County municipality to receive payment from the American Rescue Plan Act’s Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery program.
Funds can be used to address the pandemic’s economic impacts, support public health, assist essential workers, and invest in infrastructure.
These federal funds can be used to address COVID-19’s negative economic impacts, replace lost public sector revenue, support public health, help essential workers, and invest in infrastructure improvements, including water, sewer or broadband services.
Payments can be used to address COVID-19’s economic impacts, replace lost public sector revenue, and invest in infrastructure improvements.