Here’s your WEDNESDAY morning 1/8 local headlines:
The State Senate convened yesterday for the start of its 2020 session and re-elected Joe Scarnati as President Pro Tem.
The leader of the state senate says he wants a vote on property tax reform this year.
A move by a newly elected County Commissioner to re-open the 2020 budget never made it to the floor yesterday.
It looks like parking meters are on the way back in Tyrone, at least on Logan Avenue.
The effort to combat the state’s opioid epidemic continues today with the free distribution of the opioid overdose reversal drug naloxone at the Pennsylvania Farm Show.
Centre County lawmaker Scott Conkling says he plans to seek the Democratic nomination for State Auditor General.
Voters in three Pennsylvania House districts will choose new state reps during special elections scheduled for March.
If you were planning on getting a renewal for your concealed carry permit today, the Sheriff says you will need to wait until tomorrow.