Here’s your Wednesday 3/27 headlines:
Pennsylvania must upgrade its cybersecurity ahead of the 2020 election according to a former intelligence officer.
A Bedford County prisoner has admitted to an assault in the prison but denies killing a fellow inmate.
The Intermunicipal relations Committee will have to look for a new director with John Frederick turning in his resignation.
Blair County officials have fired both the Director of Domestic Relations and his deputy.
Pennsylvania counties continue to move toward new voting systems for next year’s elections.
Blair County Commissioner Terry Tomasetti continues to lobby for a change in county government despite objections from his fellow Commissioners.
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission would be able to set fees under a bill approved by a State House committee.
A report by an environmental group is giving Pennsylvania an F for its efforts to remove lead from drinking water in schools.