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Recently a story pertaining to Schulmerich Bells appeared on the tiogapublishing.com websites. This story was accompanied by a photo referencing the building and name of Schulmerich Carillons. This photo was used in error and Schulmerich Carillons has no connection with this story. We apolog…

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Port Allegany, and other McKean county school districts, as well as all Potter County school districts, were awarded more than $830,000 in School Safety and Security grants, Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) announced on Feb. 26.

After news emerged that documents misleadingly labeled as official Census forms are being mailed to Pennsylvanians, Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin reminded Pennsylvania residents to be cognizant and aware of potential 2020 Census scams and confusion.

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The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced Friday that preliminary work, to replace a bridge on Westline Road (Route 3006) in McKean County, was scheduled to start Monday, Feb. 17.

Will you be Treasury’s Valentine? Thousands of Pennsylvanians could say yes to that question. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Treasurer Joe Torsella announced that Treasury holds more than $730,000 worth of unclaimed property for more than 7,000 Pennsylvanians with the first, middle or la…

The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency announced Feb. 3 the newest expansion of its successful PA Forward Student Loan Program, offering borrowers a more streamlined way to manage their debt by combining all of their federal and private student loans into a single monthly payment.

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources this week outlined proposed changes to its internal policy on ATV trails on state forest lands to the Conservation and Natural Resources Advisory Council for public comment.

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Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar reminded Pennsylvania high school students last week they still have time to participate in the Governor’s Civic Engagement Award by registering their eligible peers to vote in the April 28 primary.

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There will be a leadership change soon in the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Engineering District 2, which covers nine counties in the North Central region, including Potter.

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Applications for the 2019 Property Tax/Rent Rebate program are now available, and Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) is reminding area residents that free assistance is available through his office.

Prospective employees are invited to attend and apply at a job fair that the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation District 2 is hosting soon in Coudersport. During the job fair, applicants can learn about job opportunities that PennDOT offers. PennDOT staff will be on hand to help with …

The Pennsylvania Senate convened Jan. 7 in Harrisburg. During session, State Senator Joe Scarnati (R-25) was once again unanimously re-elected by members of the Senate to serve as president pro tempore of the Pennsylvania Senate for 2020.

Commissioner Robert Evanchick announced that 104 cadets graduated from the State Police Academy in Hershey and have been assigned to troops across the commonwealth. The men and women represent the 157th graduating cadet class.

As part of the Wolf administration’s efforts to expand job training opportunities, Department of Labor & Industry Secretary Jerry Oleksiak announced nearly $6.6 million in PAsmart Apprenticeship grants is available to help more workers “earn while they learn” and gain the hands-on skills…

Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and Maj. Gen. Tony Carrelli, Pennsylvania’s adjutant general, announced that the Departments of Agriculture and Military and Veterans Affairs will join forces to recognize veterans and military service members, and their families on Thursday, Jan. 9, at …

The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission recently approved 29 Historical & Archival Records Care grants totaling nearly $185,000 to help care for Pennsylvania’s significant historical records.

After ringing in the New Year, festivities will continue at the 2020 PA Farm Show, Jan. 4-11 in Harrisburg, featuring the state’s number-one cash crop, Pennsylvania mushrooms.

The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission is now accepting applications from qualified museums and official county historical societies for nearly $2 million in Cultural and Historical Support Grants.

Governor Tom Wolf sent a letter to Major League Baseball Commissioner Robert Manfred and Deputy Commissioner Dan Halem urging them to reconsider a proposal to cut ties with more than 40 Minor League teams throughout the nation.

The Department of Health and State Fire Commissioner encouraged residents to take seriously the winter weather expected throughout Pennsylvania over the next few months by prioritizing safety and preparing for extreme conditions.

Grant applications are now being accepted for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s new Food Recovery Infrastructure Grant Program, which will provide assistance to eligible nonprofit organizations such as shelters and food banks for proper food management.

Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and Department of Military and Veterans Affairs Brig. Gen. Mark McCormack honored members of the PA Preferred Homegrown by Heroes program for their service to this nation and to Pennsylvania, through their military service and work in agriculture. The tw…

As part of its 17th year of “Prepare Now” education efforts, the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission is urging utilities to identify and assist consumers who may struggle with cold-weather energy bills.

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is now accepting applications for funding for environmental cleanup projects focused on economic development or community revitalization project proposals at abandoned mine land locations across Pennsylvania.

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is encouraging formal and informal environmental educators around the state to take part in a free webinar to learn how to apply for funding to support a wide range of environmental education projects.

A plan to improve the affordability and accessibility of training for emergency services agencies in rural areas was approved unanimously in the state House Monday, said Rep. Martin Causer, prime sponsor of the measure.

Education and outreach staff from the Department of Banking and Securities will be meeting with groups of senior citizens, veterans, service providers and the public throughout October to promote financial capability as part of Governor Tom Wolf’s Consumer Financial Protection Initiative.

Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn announced the department is receiving a Climate Adaptation Leadership Award from the national Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies.

The Department of Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding was joined by the Pennsylvania Food Merchants Association to announce the launch of EatSafePA, a free mobile app that allows Pennsylvanians to have restaurant inspection reports at their fingertips to help them choose a dining establish…

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn called for public input on the draft recommendations that will help guide Pennsylvania’s next Outdoor Recreation Plan.

As National Preparedness Month continues, Department of Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine encouraged Pennsylvanians to take the proper steps needed to protect their health in case a large-scale emergency or disaster occurs.

On Sept. 18 and 25, the Wolf Administration will provide free naloxone at 95 locations across the state to any Pennsylvanian who wants it as part of the administration’s ongoing effort to reduce the number of opioid overdoses and get residents into treatment.

As part of Governor Tom Wolf’s commitment to making voting more convenient, Pennsylvania is launching a new option for voters to apply online for an absentee ballot starting with the November election. In August 2015, Governor Wolf launched online voter registration. Since then, more than 1.…

The Commonwealth’s efforts to protect the state’s food supply through animal health and biosecurity initiatives was the focus of a joint meeting of the House and Senate Agriculture and Rural Affairs committees Wednesday during Penn State’s annual Ag Progress Days.

The Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation, whose mission is Pennsylvania’s state parks and forests, released a learning adventure booklet, highlighting the role played by rangers in Pennsylvania’s state parks and forests.

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission posted detailed information about this year’s distribution of impact fees on natural gas producers – totaling $242,964,000 – on the PUC’s Act 13 website.

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Recently a story pertaining to Schulmerich Bells appeared on the tiogapublishing.com websites. This story was accompanied by a photo referencing the building and name of Schulmerich Carillons. This photo was used in error and Schulmerich Carillons has no connection with this story. We apolog…

featured

Port Allegany, and other McKean county school districts, as well as all Potter County school districts, were awarded more than $830,000 in School Safety and Security grants, Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) announced on Feb. 26.

After news emerged that documents misleadingly labeled as official Census forms are being mailed to Pennsylvanians, Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin reminded Pennsylvania residents to be cognizant and aware of potential 2020 Census scams and confusion.

featured

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced Friday that preliminary work, to replace a bridge on Westline Road (Route 3006) in McKean County, was scheduled to start Monday, Feb. 17.

Will you be Treasury’s Valentine? Thousands of Pennsylvanians could say yes to that question. In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Treasurer Joe Torsella announced that Treasury holds more than $730,000 worth of unclaimed property for more than 7,000 Pennsylvanians with the first, middle or la…

The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency announced Feb. 3 the newest expansion of its successful PA Forward Student Loan Program, offering borrowers a more streamlined way to manage their debt by combining all of their federal and private student loans into a single monthly payment.

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources this week outlined proposed changes to its internal policy on ATV trails on state forest lands to the Conservation and Natural Resources Advisory Council for public comment.

featured

Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar reminded Pennsylvania high school students last week they still have time to participate in the Governor’s Civic Engagement Award by registering their eligible peers to vote in the April 28 primary.

featured

There will be a leadership change soon in the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Engineering District 2, which covers nine counties in the North Central region, including Potter.

featured

Applications for the 2019 Property Tax/Rent Rebate program are now available, and Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) is reminding area residents that free assistance is available through his office.

Prospective employees are invited to attend and apply at a job fair that the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation District 2 is hosting soon in Coudersport. During the job fair, applicants can learn about job opportunities that PennDOT offers. PennDOT staff will be on hand to help with …

The Pennsylvania Senate convened Jan. 7 in Harrisburg. During session, State Senator Joe Scarnati (R-25) was once again unanimously re-elected by members of the Senate to serve as president pro tempore of the Pennsylvania Senate for 2020.

Commissioner Robert Evanchick announced that 104 cadets graduated from the State Police Academy in Hershey and have been assigned to troops across the commonwealth. The men and women represent the 157th graduating cadet class.

As part of the Wolf administration’s efforts to expand job training opportunities, Department of Labor & Industry Secretary Jerry Oleksiak announced nearly $6.6 million in PAsmart Apprenticeship grants is available to help more workers “earn while they learn” and gain the hands-on skills…

Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and Maj. Gen. Tony Carrelli, Pennsylvania’s adjutant general, announced that the Departments of Agriculture and Military and Veterans Affairs will join forces to recognize veterans and military service members, and their families on Thursday, Jan. 9, at …