Snow Coming To Parts Of MD, PA In Quick-Hitting Storm: Here's The Timing
The Alberta Clipper will form in the Midwest on Monday, Dec. 4, and exit over the mid-Atlantic on Tuesday night, Dec. 5, AccuWeather reports. "Going to feel more like winter here over the next few days with below normal temperatures and the chance for snow," the National Weather Service's Pittsburgh station said.
How to get a Pennsylvania Cannabis Card Online
Patients can visit www.MMJ.com to schedule the appointment. Can patients apply for the medical marijuana program online?. Yes, the application of telemedicine technology is eligible for Pennsylvania patients. Patients are able to conveniently complete the required consultation online or over the telephone at the appointment time!
Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program Deadline Approaching, Capitol Roundup
The deadline for older adults and disabled individuals to apply for rent and property tax rebates for 2022 is Sunday, December 31. Pennsylvanians are being reminded by the Departments of Revenue and Aging that the rebates are accessible via the Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program, which helps qualifying Pennsylvanians who are 65 years of age or older, widows and widowers who are 50 years of age or older, and individuals with disabilities who are 18 years of age or older.
Convenience store in central Pa. doubles its size with second floor mezzanine
A convenience store chain in central Pennsylvania doubled the size of one of its stores by adding a second-floor mezzanine. Rutter’s at 14500 Mt. Zion Road in Springettsbury Township, York County recently underwent renovations, increasing its footprint from 4,300 to 7,800 square-feet. The chain said the updates include a...
A likely increase to school property taxes is coming | PennLive letters
The passage of State Rep. Steven R. Malagari’s legislation HB 1416 is appalling! Democrats accepted union contributions to fund their campaign war-chests in exchange for pension hikes. Rep. Malagari’s campaign contribution report reveals he accepted $33,500 from the teachers’ union. This is a conflict of interest. Senate...
Rite Aid Announces It Is Closing More Stores
(Harrisburg, PA) -- Rite Aid has announced it is closing more stores in Pennsylvania. Locations on East Bishop Street in Bellefonte and one on Cumberland Parkway in Mechanicsburg are the latest to be shuttered as the company faces bankruptcy proceedings. The company website says State College stores on South Atherton Street and Westerly Parkway are also expected to close in December.
Weekly Safety Report: Threats, Harassment, and Drug Sales in Clinton County, Pennsylvania
This week in Clinton County, Pennsylvania, there were three notable incidents. A 35-year-old male in Mill Hall Boro received threats yelled from a white SUV on November 25th. In Lock Haven, a woman resisted probation officers, threatening their families. Additionally, another woman allegedly sold methamphetamine to an informant over several months.
Struggling to pay your heating bill in Pa.? This program could help
Have a question about Philly’s neighborhoods or the systems that shape them? PlanPhilly reporters want to hear from you! Ask us a question or send us a story idea you think we should cover. Many Pennsylvanians struggle to pay their utility bills. So far this year, hundreds of thousands...
700 Pounds Of Meat From Upstate New York May Cause Fatal Illness
An Upstate New York company has recalled over 700 pounds of meat. Pelleh Poultry Corp. Recalls Ready-To-Eat Beef and Poultry. Pelleh Poultry Corp., based in Swan Lake, New York recalled 708 pounds of ready-to-eat (RTE) beef and poultry products that may be adulterated with Listeria monocytogenes, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).
Mystery canine illness stumps local veterinarians
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHP) — Veterinarians say a mystery canine illness spreading throughout the country is now making its way to Pennsylvania. “We see coughing dogs all the time," said Dr. Robert Sarsfield, a veterinarian at the Animal Hospital of Dauphin County. However, many vets, like Dr. Sarsfield, are starting...
Pennsylvania Police Launch Holiday Drunk Driving Enforcement
PENNSYLVANIA – Law enforcement officials in Pennsylvania collaborated with various departments and the Pennsylvania State Police in “Operation Nighthawk”, an anti-drunk driving campaign. This initiative focuses on deterring impaired driving.…
Pro-Palestine Mob Swarms Jewish-Owned Falafel Shop in Philly: ‘You Can’t Hide, We Charge You With Genocide!’
Pennsylvania governor slams protest as ‘blatantly antisemitic’
Gas Prices Up in PA…Down Nationally
Average gasoline prices in Pennsylvania have risen 0.9 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.55/g today, according to GasBuddy’s survey of 5,269 stations in Pennsylvania. Prices in Pennsylvania are 9.2 cents per gallon lower than a month ago and stand 30.4 cents per gallon lower than a year ago. The national average price of diesel has fallen 4.7 cents in the last week and stands at $4.18 per gallon.
For outdoors-loving non-hunters, here’s how to avoid getting shot during deer season
In Pennsylvania, hunting is a 24/7, 365-day activity. In other words, on any given day — or night — it’s legal to shoot one wild animal or another, depending on the species, the location and type of weapon. But no time of year is bigger than rifle...
PA Among Several States Impacted By Unknown Disease Affecting Dogs
Pennsylvania Among Several States Impacted By Unknown Disease Affecting Dogs. (Undated) -- Pennsylvania is one of several states in which an unknown disease is negatively impacting man's best friend. Health officials in the Keystone State describe the disease as an "atypical respiratory illness with no known cause." Affected dogs show signs of lethargy, coughing, sneezing, and eye and nasal discharge. In some cases, officials say, the disease can be fatal. Owners are advised to keep their pets away from unknown dogs, especially those that show any respiratory symptoms. Meanwhile, officials say, veterinarians are working to come up with a treatment for the disease.
Pa. gov rips protesters who mobbed Jewish-owned falafel shop to harass owner: ‘Blatant act of antisemitism’
A horde of pro-Palestinian protesters spewing hateful threats at a Jewish-owned falafel shop in Philadelphia was put on notice by Pennsylvania’s governor after their “blatant act of antisemitism.” Gov. Josh Shapiro’s rebuke came after dozens of enraged protesters marched on Goldie’s — an Israeli-style falafel spot located in Center City — on Sunday night, surrounding the storefront while chanting, “Goldie, Goldie, you can’t hide, we charge you with genocide.” Shapiro shared the video of the mob while condemning their brazen threats. “Tonight in Philly, we saw a blatant act of antisemitism — not a peaceful protest,” Shapiro posted on X, formerly Twitter. “A restaurant...
Man charged with murder, arrested in Pennsylvania after woman found dead in New Britain, Conn.: Police
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — A man was arrested in Pennsylvania on a murder charge after New Britain police found a woman dead Friday, officials said. New Britain Deputy Police Chief Adam Rembisz said an officer was in the area of Fairview Street around 4:10 p.m. and was made aware of a group seeking help from police. The officer learned that a family was in the area to check on a relative when they found her unresponsive inside of an apartment.
BEWARE: Police Issue Urgent Warning to PA and NJ Giftcard Buyers
Be extra wary if you'll be purchasing gift cards this holiday season! Scammers are on the move. Officials are warning gift card buyers of a new scam that's already wreaked havoc at a Giant grocey store in Pennsylvania, according to Fox29. Police are calling it the "card draining scam", and so far it's affected more than 100 gift cards from the store.
Geisinger patients will see expanding in-person telehealth programs
Pennsylvanians living in rural areas can expect to see more in-person telehealth visits through Geisinger. Through a nearly one million dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development, Geisinger will roll out virtual nursing at two clinics in the Danville area. Pennsylvania’s USDA Rural Development Director Bob...
Sunny and Dry: Perfect Weather Forecast for the Jersey Shore
Sunny Skies for the Next Few Days — The Jersey Shore is in for a calm week of weather this week. Anticipate largely sunny, dry days. Tuesday night, a low pressure system will go through the area rapidly, bringing with it a brief period of gloomy skies, according to the National Weather Service in Mount Holly.