Ridgway - At the end of April, the Wolf administration awarded nearly 160 county and municipal governments with $30.5 million in Recycling Development and Implementation grants. Elk County, one of the recipients, received $219,902. Ridgway Borough also received $212,025. Bekki Titchner, director of the Elk County Recycling... Read More.
Curwensville - Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of a $15,000 Municipal Assistance Program project to assist Curwensville Borough with updating its comprehensive plan and zoning ordinance. The update in Curwensville, Clearfield County, is to prioritize inter-community pedestrian and biking connections, the borough’s sidewalk rehabilitation program,... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- About 4,000 New York City municipal workers are facing termination Friday for not being vaccinated against COVID-19. Less than 1% of the city's workforce will lose their jobs if they don't show proof of vaccination -- potentially the country's largest workforce reduction... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday was set to announce a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all municipal workers -- a move that is likely to escalate tensions with unions and employees that have been resistant, a source told... Read More.
DuBois, PA – Sandy Township invites you to a Meet and Greet on Friday, Oct. 15 from 8 to 10 a.m. to introduce the new Township Engineer, Mike Haynes and new Zoning and Code Enforcement Officer, Pat Green. Join us for coffee and donuts for... Read More.
Sandy Township, PA – Residents of Sandy Township called the township police with several reports of suspicious behavior or neighborhood concerns. In Treasure Lake, a resident said that a suspicious looking man had been seen going into the woods behind her home. She also said... Read More.