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.
On the south side of Walnut St. from 22nd St. to Mill St., the subdivision will include 270 single-family homes in five phases.
The proposal, pushed by conservatives, is widely viewed as a rebuke to President Joe Biden and other Catholics who support abortion rights.
The Fish & Boat Commission’s promotion allows any PA resident or nonresident to legally fish that day on state waterways with no fishing license required.
Coming later this year, Trailside Organic Farm will start as a two-acre certified organic farm on Cornwall Manor’s Woods Campus, next to the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail.
Death café attendees discuss issues surrounding death and dying in a casual, supportive, free-flowing environment. Some people consider talking about death and related topics to be a taboo subject, and these discussions are designed to break down that barrier.
Overall, more than 5,000 flags will be placed in 35 cemeteries May 15.
The Women’s Health Center’s eight physicians and two advanced practice providers, along with their staff, became part of the regional health care system April 26.
The building of checkpoint gates at Fort Indiantown Gap is scheduled to begin in mid- to late July, with construction of protective fencing to start later.
After a one-year hiatus, the Central Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame is bringing back its annual scholastic/collegiate athletic award ceremony on May 16.
Under the program, households may be eligible for up to 12 months of assistance to cover past due or future rental and/or utility payments that were accrued on or after March 13, 2020.
The goal of NetKey Communications is to reach urban and rural areas that either lack access to broadband internet altogether or affordable high-speed options.
Friends and colleagues remembered Eckert, 82, as an amazingly gifted craftsman in many areas. “He was really something,” said Bill Ross, who knew Eckert since the 1970s.
The first of six seminars on the topic of advance care planning and related topics will be held in-person and virtually at the church on March 21.