December 12, 2013 RSS feed / State

PHEAA’s guide details aid process

HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) announced that its annual Pennsylvania Student Aid Guide is available online to students and families for guidance on understanding the federal student financial aid proce More...

U.S. Gov’t Issued coins go to residents in 64 PA counties

Vault Bags loaded with rarely seen U.S. More...

Same-sex marriage activists launch campaign

HARRISBURG (AP) — Proponents of same-sex marriage launched a campaign Wednesday to build public support for legalizing gay marriage in Pennsylvania — the last holdout among the Northeast states.  More...

Lawmakers send five child-abuse bills to Corbett

HARRISBURG (AP) — The first bills in the Pennsylvania Legislature’s wide-ranging response to the Jerry Sandusky and Roman Catholic clergy scandals were sent Wednesday to Gov. More...

New heaters go to Pennsylvania residents by zip code

PENNSYLVANIA – The Toll Free Hotlines are ringing off the hook. More...

More people pick plan on insurance exchange

HARRISBURG (AP) — Nearly 10,000 more Pennsylvanians signed up for an insurance plan in November through the federal health care law’s new marketplace, the federal government reported Wednesday, and insurers expect the pace to pick up in D More...

Charter founder’s lawyer: US obsessed with client

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A Philadelphia charter school founder defrauded the city and state of $6.7 million by earning multiple salaries at four schools she ran, and taking millions more in consulting fees, federal prosecutors argued Wednesday after More...

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