Pennsylvania families should begin receiving benefits next month to make up for missed school meals related to COVID-19 closures this school year.
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The centers are slated to close Nov. 30, later than originally planned, “due to challenges with the pandemic,” state Department of Human Services officials said.
Formula has been impacted by the supply-chain issues that have roiled the economy in the wake of the pandemic. The issue was exacerbated earlier this year when manufacturer Abbott Nutrition recalled some formula after four babies were hospitalized and two died after being sickened by its product.
A statewide report released found Black homebuyers still face substantial barriers to homeownership in Pennsylvania.
Advocates in Pennsylvania push for more state funds for disability services and higher wages for workers
Officials fear the University of Pittsburgh could lose its $160 million annual appropriation.
A mortgage assistance fund to help Pennsylvanians hit by COVID-related hardships is off to a slow start.
Pregnant women in Pennsylvania who are insured through Medicaid will now have coverage for a full year after giving birth, rather than just 60 days post-partum.
Social Security offices open their doors for in-person visits, two years after closing for the pandemic
After more than two years of being largely closed to the public because of the coronavirus pandemic, the nation’s more than 1,200 Social Security Administration field offices reopened today.