Pa. public employees convicted of sex crimes could lose pensions

Apr. 16, 2019 /

Legislation that would cost public officials and public employees their pension if they are convicted of committing a sexual offense involving a victim with whom they have a connection through their office or employment passed the state House of Representatives on Monday.

Local leaders tour Bucks state parks, assess needs

Mar. 11, 2019 /

An assortment of local and state officials made several stops in Bucks and Northampton counties Friday afternoon, including in the Washington Crossing Historic and Delaware Canal state parks, where they said flooding, wear and tear had strained infrastructure. Some said Gov. Tom Wolf’s “Restore Pennsylvania” initiative, which calls for investments in “green infrastructure,” is key to the fixes.