Regulation Archive

State Into Car Auctions For Fourth Time During 2014

Some unique and classic cars will be part of the lot

National Penn Moves Ahead With Allentown Relocation

The bank, which last year said it would relocate its corporate

Commissioners Could Move On Impact Fees Next Month

A decision to create an advisory committee on setting traffic impact

Township Officials Optimistic About Plaza’s Prospects

Lower Pottsgrove officials are impressed by new owners of and future

Lower Pottsgrove Power Provider Shutting Coal Plants

The market price for electrical power is too low, and the

Exelon Seeks To Renew Moser Road Operating Permit

Exelon Corp. is asking the state Department of Environmental Protection to

Unemployment Cheats, Beware! PA Set To Crack Down

A proposal to increase penalties for unemployment fraud, eliminate the statute

State AARP Objects To New Electricity Rate Ruling

The Pennsylvania chapter of AARP lodged objections Friday to changes in

Corbett Avoiding A PA ‘Right-To-Work’ Legislative Push

Pennsylvania's governor last week said the state lacks "the will" to

Pottstown Woman Confirmed To Auctioneers’ Board

She is one of six area residents appointed or confirmed by

‘No Landfills,’ Pottsgrove Promises, For Its Waste Disposal

The Pottsgrove School District has signed a contract with a Souderton

Community In Norristown Planned By Sanatoga Firm

The Sanatoga PA developer of residential communities for people age 55