|Penn State to Face UCF in First International Game|
PARK,– Nittany Lion Club members, Penn State Alumni Association members and
fans who have not secured their tickets for Penn State’s historic appearance in
the Croke Park Classic will have an opportunity to do so starting Monday,
|Senate Approves Baker Bill to Help More Military Families|
Senate unanimously approved a bill sponsored by state Senator Lisa Baker (R-20)
to help a greater number of military families who have fallen on hard times.
|A Parent in Prison? More Common than Autism|
HARRISBURG - Having a parent in prison is more common than childhood autism in the
U.S., according to a new report from Volunteers of America that seeks to raise
awareness of what life is like for the children and their caregivers.
|Carbon Monoxide detector measure goes to Governor|
Senate today concurred on House amendments to Senate Bill 607, Senator Pat
Browne’s bill that would establish the Carbon Monoxide Alarm Standards Act. SB
607 now goes to the Governor for his signature and enactment into law.
|Rep. Watson Applauds Movement of House Child Protection Bill|
this week applauded the advancement of several pieces of legislation aimed at
upgrading and enhancing child protection laws in Pennsylvania.
|Ms. Cats Cache Ribbon Cutting|
Greater DuBois Chamber of Commerce, officially
welcomed Ms. Cats Cache to the CIty of DuBois with a ribbon cutting on Monday.
|DUI Victims’ Moving Memorial at Clearfield Area High School|
CLEARFIELD– PennDOT and the Pennsylvania DUI Association will host the DUI Victims’
Moving Memorial on Friday, Dec. 6, at the Clearfield Area High School, to
highlight the consequences of impaired driving.
|Free Flu Clinics Offered During National Influenza Vaccinati|
HARRISBURG– The Pennsylvania Department of Health and public and private partners will be
offering free flu clinics throughout Pennsylvania during National Influenza
Vaccination Week, Dec. 8-14, a week dedicated to advising people that it isn’t
too late to get the flu vaccine.