Mon 01 Oct 2018 : jdsupra.com
NEWS FROM SECOND & STATE
Both the Senate and the House of Representatives were in Harrisburg for three days of session, making this a busier week than we've seen in a while. On Monday, the House Labor and Industry Committee met to consider two bills, H.B. 861 , which would preempt local governments from passing state mandated labor policies, and H.B. 2571 , which would make nonmembers of public-sector unions aware of their right to not contribute their "fair share fee" to the union.
Fri 28 Sep 2018 : PennLive.com
PENNSYLVANIA FALL FOLIAGE REPORT: NOT YET TIME FOR LEAF-PEEPING
While most of Pennsylvania's forests remain quite green, the change to fall foliage is right around the corner, according to Ryan Reed, environmental education specialist with the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and compiler of the department's Pennsylvania Weekly Fall Foliage Report. "The deep-green of Pennsylvania's foliage is largely unchanged throughout the state," Reed wrote in his first report for 2018, which covers the period through October 3. "However, foresters have noted some localized areas of early leaf drop on maple, cherry, and oak species due to the excessively wet summer and related outbreaks of fungi.
Tue 25 Sep 2018 : GantDaily.com
PIPE WORK COMPLETE ON ROUTE 2024 IN CLEARFIELD COUNTY
Work to replace a small bridge on Old Erie Pike with a large pipe is complete, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced today. The pipe replaces a bridge that spanned Simeling Run, about five miles west of the village of West Decatur in Clearfield County.
Sun 23 Sep 2018 : GantDaily.com
CONTRACTOR TO COMPLETE ROUTE 322 PAVING NEAR PHILIPSBURG MONDAY
As work to improve more than 41 miles of roadway in Centre and Clinton counties continues, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is issuing an update on its project schedule. Overall work includes milling, base repair, resurfacing, curbing, sidewalks, and guide rail updates on sections of seven routes in Centre County and five in Clinton County.
Fri 21 Sep 2018 : YourErie
I-79 BETWEEN KEARSARGE AND MCKEAN EXITS LOOKS A LITTLE BARE; HERE'S WHY...
If you drive along Interstate 79 south of I-90, you may have noticed hundreds of trees are now gone. In fact, one of our viewers was wondering about the change.