According to the national employment situation report, the national unemployment rate is at 3.5 percent which is .2 percent lower than August.
Locally, in the Harrisburg area, Dauphin County (4.2), Cumberland County (3.5), and Perry County (3.5) remain significantly below the state average. In the State College area, unemployment is 4.1 percent.
For any Pennsylvania residents who wish to celebrate 4th of July there are a number of firework displays and events being held throughout the state.
On June 17th, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced authorization of the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to include use in children down to six months of age for emergency use.
Pawn Stars will be taping in Pennsylvania for the show’s 20th season.
Pennsylvania is no stranger to the impacts of ticks, especially during the warmer months of the year.
Hospitals in Pennsylvania are struggling to find enough nurses to fill open positions, a problem that is only made worse by delays affecting nurse licensing.
Pennsylvania officials have said that they removed the information because “state and federal law” say they should not be available to the public and are exempt from public records requests.
Supporters of reproductive rights are even more concerned now that Justice Alito’s draft opinion is a clear indicator that this half-century-old landmark decision will end this year.
Governor Wolf recently announced $199 million to improve drinking water and sewage treatment in Pennsylvania.