Archive for February 2019

Governor Wolf Introduces PA GI Bill

Today at Fort Indiantown Gap, Governor Tom Wolf outlined the benefits of his proposed PA GI Bill that enables members of the Pennsylvania National Guard (PNG) to earn college benefits for their spouse and children. The PA GI Bill, or Military Family Education Program, would be the first program of its kind in the nation.…

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PSU Schuylkill’s 3rd Annual Business Plan Competition

Do you have a business idea? Do you have a small business or hobby that you want to turn into a business? Then apply today to pitch in front of a panel of judges and you could be awarded start up funds. Apply To Pitch and Earn Startup Funds For your Business Idea All Application…

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NASA astronaut Drew Feustel took photos of every racetrack…from space!! To see all the racetracks (like Long Pond, PA) click the link below. https://petapixel.com/2019/02/26/this-astronaut-shot-racetracks-from-space-with-a-nikon-dslr/

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GE Workers on Strike

1,700 workers at a GE plant in Pennsylvania went on strike, the first big work stoppage in U.S. manufacturing in three years, according to HuffPost. Workers at the Erie, PA plant haven’t gone on strike themselves since 1969. Members of the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE) accuse Wabtec Corp., who recently…

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Traffic Stop Leads To Arrests

At approximately 2313hrs, February 26, 2019, Officer Brian Dubin, while on routine patrol in the City of Hazleton observed a grey BMW, bearing Pennsylvania registration at West. 4th Street and Grant Street parked on the south side of W. 4th Street. The BMW immediately started traveling east on W. 4th St. without its headlamps illuminated.…

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