HARRISBURG – Rep. Stephanie Borowicz (R-Clinton) and 20 state House Republican lawmakers are officially calling for acting Pennsylvania Education Secretary Eric Hagarty’s resignation unless he takes immediate action to reverse Gender Theory Student Indoctrination from taking hold in K-12 public schools.
Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) Secretary Jennifer Berrier announced that changes to regulations in Pennsylvania’s Minimum Wage Act take take effect today, Friday, August 5, with the goal of protecting wages earned by thousands of workers across the commonwealth and leveling the playing field for employers competing in a tight labor market.
York, PA – (August 2, 2022) – The Spanish-American Multicultural Resource Center announces changes in leadership. Mrs. Yahaira Alvarado is the centers new Executive Director replacing Mr. Lou Rivera. Mrs. Alvarado’s long history of servant leadership in our community and her vision of the center as a connector hub for the underserved will help guide her strategic vision for future collaboration with community stakeholders.
Why is it that we often avoid difficult conversations? Is it because it makes us uncomfortable? Or are we afraid of the other person’s , or even our own , reaction? Knowing how to have that conversation is key to effective communication.
Keeping a store sanitary is hard, especially if you throw out a lot of expired and damaged goods. Instead of overwhelming the dumpster outside of the grocery store, consider learning how you can benefit from using compactors for your garbage.
“I remember my mother and my two siblings and I lived in a low income apartment with a stove that had four burners, but only one burner worked,” Fernandez told Harrisburg City Council earlier this month. “By the time the rice was done the chicken was cold.”
Have you ever wondered how much your genes that you inherited from your parents affect you and your health—and even your mental health? If one of them had a disease, does that mean that you’ll probably get it too?
HARRISBURG — Sen. Doug Mastriano (R-33) released the following statement in response to the Wolf administration’s lawsuit challenging Senate Bill 106, which proposes five amendments to the state constitution:
Senate Bill 106 consists of five different amendments to the Pennsylvania constitution with the subjects being the election of the Lieutenant Governor, legislative disapproval of regulations, voter ID, auditing of elections by the Auditor General, and taxpayer funding of abortions.
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