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The state Department of Health unveiled only the first package of proposed regulations, which focuses on increasing the minimum standard of required hours of direct care for residents each day from 2.7 to 4.1 hours within a 24-hour period.
The Mon Valley Unemployed Committee and other advocates say that, following the system upgrade in June, the backlog surged to about 315,000 people waiting to receive a determination on whether or not they are eligible.
The smoke on the U.S. East Coast was reminiscent of last fall when multiple large fires burning in Oregon choked the local skies with pea-soup smoke.
Maj. Gen. Stephen J. Maranian is back on the job of commandant of Carlisle Barracks and the War College after an Army investigation cleared him of any charges of abusive sexual conduct.
After being selected the No. 8 overall pick by the Colorado Rockies in the July 11 2021 Major League Baseball Draft, the former Red Land centerfielder signed his MLB contract Wednesday, with a signing bonus of $5 million.
The action by Acting Secretary of State Veronica Degraffenreid almost certainly means that Fulton County will have to buy new voting machines.
Health officials say the delta variant of the coronavirus continues to surge and accounts for an estimated 83% of U.S. COVID-19 cases.
The 5-2 decision ended plaintiff Renee Rice's legal effort to recover damages from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown for allegedly covering up and facilitating sexual abuse.
Not that anyone should expect bargains. Though average wholesale prices that dealers pay are gradually dropping, they'll likely remain near record levels. So will the retail prices for consumers.
Operation Veterans' Hope in Mount Holly Springs has launched a fundraising drive to purchase the building it occupies at 7 N. Baltimore Ave.