With landmark court victory, educators, advocates want fairer funding in Shapiro's first budget

(Mar 05, 2023)

“It’s priority No. 1 statewide,” said state Rep. Kyle Donahue, D-113, Scranton, a first-time participant in the state budget debate. “The courts have spoken, and now it’s our job to live up to that and fix the broken system we have in the commonwealth.” Read more


Donahue Urges the Passing of Senate Bill 37

(Mar 01, 2023)

As a first term legislator, Pa. state Rep. Kyle Donahue is proud to stand in support of Eileen and Paul Miller in their advocacy for Senate Bill 37, which would help curb distracted driving. Read more


Conservation, Substance Abuse Education, and Act 13 Funding Opportunities

(Feb 01, 2023)

Here are some of the latest state programs now open for applications. Read more


With two Kyles, NEPA breaks new ground

(Jan 27, 2023)

Not only does Lackawanna County have the only Kyles elected state representative, they serve in consecutively numbered districts. Read more


The 2023 Capitol Scenes calendar is available for download!

(Jan 11, 2023)

Each month contains a scene from our Pennsylvania Capitol, proclaimed as one of the most beautiful Capitol buildings in the nation. Read more


NEPA's state lawmakers discuss priorities amid divided Pennsylvania General Assembly

(Jan 09, 2023)

Donahue said fair funding for school districts will remain his top priority until it happens. Read more


Donahue continues public service at state Capitol

(Jan 03, 2023)

"It was a wonderful experience to be joined by family and friends in our beautiful state Capitol as I took the oath of office for the first time as a state legislator. It is honor and privilege to represent Lackawanna County in this historic institution." Read more


State representative Kyle Donahue talks about Scranton City Council as he prepares for Harrisburg

(Dec 09, 2022)

On the latest News Engine Podcast, newly elected state representative and former Scranton City Council President Kyle Donahue looks back on his days working for the city while he looks ahead to his position in Harrisburg representing the 113th legislative district. Read more


McClinton applauds, welcomes newest members to House Democratic Caucus

(Dec 08, 2022)

“In January, the House Democratic Caucus will proudly swear in the largest and most diverse class of freshmen legislators in over a decade,” said McClinton, D-Phila./Delaware. Read more


Career/Technical Training, School Safety and Security, and Arts and Culture Funding Opportunities

(Dec 05, 2022)

Here are some of the latest state programs now open for applications. Read more


Need help heating your home? Apply to LIHEAP this winter.

(Dec 01, 2022)

Pennsylvanians in need of energy assistance are encouraged to apply to the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) for 2022-2023 winter heating season. To see if you qualify, view the table via the link above, and click here to apply online using COMPASS. A paper application can also be found here . Everyone should be able to keep warm during the coldest months of the year, and LIHEAP is a true security blanket for those who are in need. Read more


Get quality health coverage at a low cost through Pennie

(Dec 01, 2022)

Pennsylvanians can enroll in 2023 health insurance coverage through Pennie now until Jan. 15, 2023. Last year, many Pennsylvanians enrolled in health insurance through a Pennie plan and paid lower monthly premiums due to premium subsidies included in the American Rescue Plan Act. The recently passed Inflation Reduction Act extended these subsidies until Jan. 1, 2026. Visit Pennie.com/connect or the Pennie Customer Service Call Center at 1-844-844-8040. Read more


PennDOT is hiring for winter maintenance

(Dec 01, 2022)

PennDOT is currently hiring employees for the Winter Maintenance Program. Employees hired for the Winter Maintenance Program are critical to a safe winter season, and these temporary opportunities are an excellent pathway to a permanent career with PennDOT. For more information on how to apply, click here . Read more


PA Treasury could be holding your unclaimed property

(Dec 01, 2022)

Each year, the Pennsylvania Treasury receives millions of dollars of unclaimed property. It is estimated that roughly one in 10 Pennsylvanians has unclaimed property. Unclaimed property may include: Closed bank accounts Uncashed checks, including paychecks Lost stocks and bonds Contents of safe deposit boxes Proceeds from the demutualization of insurance companies Expired gift cards/gift certificates To find out if you have unclaimed property, search your name in the Unclaimed Property database at https://www.patreasury.gov/unclaimed-property/ or call 1-800-222-2046. There is NO CHARGE to claim your unclaimed property. Read more