Excel-Word Workshop

(Jan 08, 2018)

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Keystone Girls State

(Jan 08, 2018)

I received the following information regarding the Keystone Girls State Applications for 2018. I hope you find this useful. Read more


Keystone Boys State

(Jan 08, 2018)

I received the following information regarding the Keystone Boys State Applications for 2018. I hope you find it useful. Read more


Housing Choice Voucher/S8 open wait list period

(Jan 02, 2018)

I received the following information from the York Housing Authority regarding the Housing Choice Voucher/S8 open wait list period, which starts Jan. 3. Click on the image below to see the notice. Read more


Hill-Evans announces $13 million in state grants to York County

(Dec 22, 2017)

State Rep. Carol Hill-Evans, D-York, today announced grants totaling $13 million that will support three projects in York County from the state Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program. Read more


Hill-Evans announces Neighborhood Assistance Program awards

(Dec 22, 2017)

State Rep. Carol Hill-Evans, D-York, announced today that tax credits were approved to support five local community investment projects. Read more


Women of the PA House, Senate take a stand against sexual harassment and abuse

(Dec 11, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Dec. 11 – Women of the Pennsylvania House and Senate joined Monday to take a stand against sexual harassment and abuse and discuss proposed legislation to better protect victims. “The recent stories from around the country and right here in the PA legislature show that sexual harassment and abuse have been overlooked for far too long,” said Rep. Margo Davidson, D- Delaware, chair of the Democratic Women’s Caucus. “We’re here to say enough is enough. It is long past time that we step up to protect women and ensure that harassment is not only taken seriously, but that women feel safe enough to come forward as soon as possible. We also stand together to say that the culture, which appears pervasive, of sexual misconduct in the workplace and domestic abuse at home will not be brushed aside, swept under the rug or tolerated on any level at all, any longer.” Women of the House and Senate stood together Monday to discuss legislation being introduced that would better protect women and all victims of harassment and abuse. Rep. Leanne Krueger-Braneky is introducing legislation to create the #METOO PA General Assembly (Member and Employee Training and Oversight on PA General Assembly) Act. The legislation would ban non-disclosure agreements that mask the names of General Assembly members who harass, prohibit General Assembly members from using taxpayer funds to pay settlement costs, and provide for other reforms. Read more


Hill-Evans Stands Against Sexual Harassment and Abuse

(Dec 11, 2017)

Speaking out against sexual harassment, Pa. state Rep. Carol Hill-Evans joined her female colleagues from the House and Senate to discuss ways to protect victims and prevent future ones, which includes her legislation calling for a task force on college campuses to protect students. Read more


Pennsylvania State Police cadet testing information

(Nov 29, 2017)

I received the following information from Pennsylvania State Police. I hope you find it useful. Pennsylvania State Police cadet testing information The Pennsylvania State Police is currently accepting applications for State Police Cadet. Qualified candidates can now submit an online application at www.patrooper.com . The entry-level law enforcement examination for the position of Cadet is periodically administered by the Pennsylvania State Civil Service Commission (SCSC) at its computer-based testing centers. The next written examination is tentatively scheduled for February 2018. Tentative test dates are subject to change. Applications for the position of Cadet that are received after 11:59 p.m., December 31, 2017 will be held on file for future examinations. At the end of the application period, qualified applicants for the position of PSP Cadet will be notified via email, with instructions on how to register with SCSC to take the entry-level law enforcement examination. Others who attempt to register with SCSC, who have not been pre-qualified by PSP, will be denied. Since qualified candidates will receive instructions by email, it is important that contact information is current. To update contact information, candidates may log back into the application using their email address and password. Questions related to the written examination should be referred to the PSP Bureau of Human Resources, Officer Testing and Placement Division, by email at Read more


2017-18 Pennsylvania Grant & Resource Directory now available

(Nov 21, 2017)

The 2017-18 Pennsylvania Grant & Resource Directory is now available. This is a free resource available to the public that includes a general overview of helpful government programs along with deadline and contact information. Click on the image below to access the directory. Read more


Hill-Evans partners to host Diverse and Minority Business Forum

(Oct 27, 2017)

YORK, Oct. 27 – State Rep. Carol Hill-Evans will partner with other local and state officials for a Diverse and Minority Business Forum, where attendees can learn more about state business programs and opportunities. The forum, a partnership with York Mayor C. Kim Bracey and Pennsylvania Deputy Secretary of General Services Kerry Kirkland, will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30, at the York College Graham School of Business, Yorkview Hall, 441 Country Club Road. Attendees can learn more about how to do business with the state and about programs such as COSTARS, which provides increased opportunities for small and diverse businesses to compete for state and municipal contracts. Information also will be available about how to work with the City of York, the York City School District and others who do business with the state. “There are many resources available to help ensure that small- and minority-owned businesses are able to compete and thrive in Pennsylvania,” said Hill-Evans, D-York. “By bringing many of those resources together at this event, I hope we can make it easier for small-business owners to find the help they need.” Register for the event at www.yorkcity.org . For more information, call Hill-Evans’ office at 717-848-9595. Read more


Hill-Evans releases statement on state budget

(Oct 19, 2017)

State Rep. Carol Hill-Evans, D-York, issued this statement on this week’s vote on 2017-18 state budget-related legislation. Read more


Hill-Evans honors local pharmacist

(Oct 13, 2017)

YORK, Oct. 13 – State Rep. Carol Hill-Evans honored a local pharmacist today in recognition of American Pharmacists and Pharmacy Month in Pennsylvania. Hill-Evans introduced H.R. 464, a resolution that designated October to recognize pharmacists. On Friday, she presented a copy of the resolution to Lynford King, pharmacist and owner at the Medicine Shoppe on South Queen Street. “Lynford King and other pharmacists play a key role in keeping our communities healthy,” said Hill-Evans, D-York. “Our pharmacists have to get to know us and our medical histories, so that we understand our prescription medication properly.” “The opioid crisis has magnified the important role that pharmacists play. They are at the forefront of this fight as we work to stop prescription drug abuse and educate patients on the risks,” Hill-Evans said. “I’m pleased to be able to recognize one of our local pharmacists for doing great work in the community.” Pennsylvania has 22,606 licensed pharmacists. Read more


Hill-Evans to host free shredding event

(Oct 06, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Oct. 6 – State Rep. Carol Hill-Evans will host a free shredding event on Saturday, Oct. 21. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Spring Garden Township Police Department, 340 Tri Hill Road, York. “Shredding documents that contain personal information is a great way to protect yourself from identity theft,” said Hill-Evans, D-York. “And the shredded paper is recycled, so it’s a win for the environment as well.” Documents suggested for shredding include any papers containing Social Security numbers, credit card or bank account information, insurance or income tax records, bank statements, and canceled or unused checks. The shredding will be done on-site. Donations of nonperishable food will also be collected for a local food bank. Anyone with questions can call Hill-Evans’ office at 717-848-9595. Read more


Hill-Evans collects diaper donations to raise awareness of need

(Sep 22, 2017)

YORK, Sept. 22 – State Rep. Carol Hill-Evans will collect donated diapers in her district office from Monday to Oct. 6, as she joins other state legislators in an effort to raise awareness of what is known as the “diaper gap.” Hill-Evans, D-York, joined state Rep. Rosita Youngblood, D-Phila., to introduce a resolution marking Sept. 25 to Oct. 1 as “Diaper Need Awareness Week” in Pennsylvania. One in three mothers find it difficult to provide diapers for their children, which might cause babies or toddlers to wear one diaper for a day or longer, which poses health risks. Incontinent adults also can have difficulty affording disposable undergarments, which can cause them to face serious medical issues. “It’s heartbreaking to think that a mom or dad might have to make a choice between paying the bills or buying diapers for a child,” Hill-Evans said. “Many community organizations are working to try to fill the ‘diaper gap,’ and I hope we can help by raising awareness of the need that exists.” The fourth annual Diaper Need Awareness Week Diaper Drive will be held Monday to Oct. 6 at the state Capitol. Donations also will be accepted at Hill-Evans’ district office, 53 E. North St., Suite 3, York. The disposable diapers and wipes packages must be sealed. Donated diapers will be given to a Pennsylvania diaper bank registered with the National Diaper Bank Network. Read more


Hill-Evans: Emergency Preparedness Is Vital

(Sep 13, 2017)

Pa. state Rep. Carol Hill-Evans speaks on the House Floor in support of H.R. 448, which designates September 2017 as Emergency Preparedness Month in Pennsylvania. Read more


Hill-Evans: Republican Budget Bad For PA

(Sep 12, 2017)

Pa. state Rep. Carol Hill-Evans joined House Democratic colleagues to demand a responsible alternative revenue proposal and to ask Republican colleagues to stop playing games and get the 2017-18 state budget passed. Read more


Hill-Evans: It's On Us PA

(Sep 06, 2017)

Pa. state Rep. Carol Hill-Evans discusses the importance of putting an end to sexual violence and how crucial the It’s on Us PA campaign is to protecting all students - kindergartners to college students. Read more


Supporting the "It's on Us" Campaign to Combat Campus Sexual Assault

(Sep 06, 2017)

Students from York College and I joined Governor Tom Wolf, fellow legislators, advocates, and other students today in the Capitol to announce the upcoming introduction of a package of six bills as part of his “It’s On Us PA” campaign to combat sexual violence in K-12 schools and on college and university campuses. I’m a proud co-sponsor of the bills, and the prime sponsor of my own bill aimed at better protecting students from sexual violence on Campus. House Bill 1633 would create the Task Force on Campus Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Assault within the state Education Department to hold hearings on college campuses and report back on how we can reduce the occurrence of sexual assaults on campuses and better support victims. The six bills a part of the governor’s plan are: • Expand the scope, authority, and capacity of the Office for Safe Schools within the Department of Education to support both K-12 and post-secondary institutions, as well as monitor compliance with existing federal and state requirements related to sexual violence prevention and response. (HB1752 sponsored by Rep. Karen Boback and SB870 sponsored by Sen. Vincent Hughes) • Publish an annual report card on sexual violence and harassment in K-12 and post-secondary institutions using existing data reported to the Department and/or other publicly reported data. Read more


Kinsey, Hill-Evans push for emergency preparedness month in Pa.

(Sep 06, 2017)

HARRISBURG, Sept. 6 – In an effort to ensure Pennsylvanians are ready when crisis strikes, state Reps. Stephen Kinsey, D-Phila., and Carol Hill-Evans, D-York, are pushing to make September 2017 Emergency Preparedness Month across the commonwealth. “It’s heartbreaking to watch the devastation unfold down south from Hurricane Harvey,” Kinsey said. “We want to make sure Pennsylvanians know about the tools at their disposal to properly prepare if a situation of that magnitude were to happen here.” House Resolution 448 encourages the public to take advantage of online resources offered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency ( FEMA ) and Pennsylvania’s Emergency Management Agency ( PEMA ) to: Learn how to create an emergency plan. Acquire information on how to handle various disasters. “The resolution would act as a critical reminder to know how to protect yourself and your family before and during a time of emergency,” Hill-Evans explained. “Having a strategy in place ahead of time gives us a better chance of saving lives instead of losing them.” This would coincide with National Emergency Preparedness month, which emphasizes the importance of strengthening the security and resiliency of the United States through comprehensive planning for a wide range of hazards, including national disasters, cyber-attacks and terrorism. H.R. 448 is awaiting consideration in the House. Read more