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Methane pollution, Pennsylvania's clean air unfinished business

As we begin 2023, Pennsylvanians can be grateful for the progress made on both the state and federal level in addressing climate change. This is an issue felt deeply by Pennsylvanians, who directly experience the consequences of pollution and climate change in myriad ways. While the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and the Inflation Reduction Act are already providing economic and environmental benefits, there is a critical and unfinished piece of business that will substantially clean Pennsylvania’s air: strengthening and finalizing an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rule to reduce emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, from the oil and gas industry. 
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Check out the latest property transactions in Centre County for the week of Jan. 2-6, 2023

The following property transactions, those most recently released to the Centre Daily Times, were recorded Jan. 2-6 in the Centre County Recorder of Deeds Office. The deeds listings are based on public documents filed with the Centre County Recorder of Deeds. The Centre Daily Times tries to list exact addresses and purchase prices where available for all transactions without exception.

Alert to Pennsylvanians: End of Emergency Allotment and Other SNAP Changes

Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS) Acting Secretary Val Arkoosh Friday advised Pennsylvanians of upcoming changes to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits. Due to passage of the recent federal Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023, starting in March, SNAP recipient households will no longer receive the Emergency Allotment (EA) additional payment created during the COVID-19 public health emergency and will resume receiving one SNAP payment per month.

$1 mil. in funding announced for security enhancement projects

HARRISBURG, PA (WTAJ) – The Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) announced the availability of over $1 million in funding to support security enhancement projects for nonprofit organizations serving diverse communities throughout the Commonwealth.  Administered by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD), the Nonprofit Security Grant Fund Program was part of Act […]

Idaho murders - update: Bryan Kohberger went ‘missing’ for several hours on drive to Pennsylvania

Investigators working on the Idaho murders case “lost” Bryan Kohberger for several hours during the cross-country trip from his apartment at Washington State University (WSU) to his family home in Pennsylvania, it has been revealed.Surveillance teams were tasked with keeping eyes on the 28-year-old criminology PhD student after he became a “person of interest” in the 13 November murders of Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin.But, on 13 December, when he began the journey home for the holidays with his father, FBI agents managed to lose him almost as soon as their car pulled out of...

Pennsylvania is a top state for singles and Pittsburgh makes Valentine's Day list, new study shows

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- If you are looking for a valentine, turns out, Pennsylvania is not a bad place to be, according to a new survey.In fact, another similar study ranks Pittsburgh as one of the places to go for Valentine's Day.A new ranking from WalletHub names the Best and Worst States for Singles. Pennsylvania is near the top of the list, rounding out the top five best states for single people.Above us on the list: California, New York, Florida and Texas.Sorry to our southern neighbors though. Turns out, West Virginia is the worst place to be if you're single, according...

PA Public Utility Commission launching investigation into PPL billing issues

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHP) — The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) has announced on Tuesday it is launching an investigation into circumstances surrounding high bills recently received by PPL Electric Utilities customers. The commission said it's also looking at the accuracy and integrity of PPL's billing practices. A number of...

Direct Payments Between $250 and $975 To Go Out To Americans

Residents of Pennsylvania are due to receive between $250 and $975 in property tax and rent rebate payments. These payments support older and disabled people who are less likely to afford their homes. The application is now open. The rebate program has provided eligible residents with more than $7.6 billion since its creation in 1971. (source)

PA live! 1.31.2023 Neat Sheets

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