Longietti to host Senior & Health Education Fair Sept. 16

(Sep 02, 2021)

HERMITAGE, Sept. 2 – Area seniors will want to mark their calendars for state Rep. Mark Longietti’s 14th annual Senior & Health Education Fair, which is returning to Sharon later this month after a one-year hiatus. Longietti, D-Mercer, said the free event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 16 at the Sharon American Legion, 1395 E. State St. “The senior fair is returning this month after a one-year hiatus, and I am pleased to be back hosting this popular event for our large, vibrant senior community,” Longietti said. “As in previous years, the fair will feature dozens of exhibits showcasing the latest products and services for seniors, from fitness and health to housing and finance. “Seniors will also find free health screenings, door prizes and valuable information on state programs and services. There’s something for everyone – I encourage everyone to come see what’s new.” Longietti said there is no need to pre-register for the event and that walk-ins are welcome. Face masks are recommended. Those interested in learning more should contact Longietti’s Hermitage office at 724-981-4655. Read more

 

Longietti: $7,000 awarded to equip Shenango firefighters for brushfire risk

(Aug 18, 2021)

HERMITAGE, Aug. 18 – Grant funding of $7,000 will help ensure Shenango Township firefighters are equipped to handle the recurring risk of brush fires that threaten the region, state Rep. Mark Longietti announced today. Longietti, D-Mercer, said the Volunteer Fire Assistance grant to the Shenango Township Volunteer Fire Department will fund training and equipment geared toward meeting the specific challenges posed by fighting fires in dense brush. “Shenango’s volunteer firefighters are vigilant about fighting brush fires, but the work – which often requires transporting heavy water tanks through dense vegetation – never gets any less dangerous or difficult,” Longietti said. “This spring was no exception, when firefighters braved thorny terrain and other obstacles to contain multiple fires spurred on by dry conditions and high winds. “With the threat likely to recur as fall brings drier air and fallen leaves, securing this funding now will give first responders a key chance to replenish equipment and renew training so they have the resources needed to stay safe while protecting lives, wildlife and property.” The funding is part of a package of more than $600,000 in Volunteer Fire Assistance Grants to 109 volunteer fire companies in the state. The grants are administered through the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and paid through federal grants from the U.S. Department of Read more

 

Longietti: Sharon schools awarded more than $65,000 to expand access to fresh fruits, vegetables

(Aug 04, 2021)

HERMITAGE, Aug. 4 – Grant funding of $65,585 will help ensure more Sharon students have access to fresh fruits and vegetables, state Rep. Mark Longietti, D-Mercer, announced today. Longietti, who is Democratic chairman of the House Education Committee, said the funding awarded under the USDA’s Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program consists of three separate grants to elementary schools in the Sharon City School District. “Kids need fresh, nutrient-rich foods to thrive and learn,” Longietti said. “This year, expanding access to fresh fruits and vegetables is especially important because these healthier snacks can boost immunity in a setting where germs and close contact are inevitable. The funding is great news for Sharon’s grade-schoolers and their families.” Longietti said the grants are part of a package of more than $7 million awarded to 288 elementary schools statewide under the FFVP. Funding priority was given to the schools with the highest rates of students eligible for free and reduced-price meals. More information about the grants is available here , and a full list of the schools receiving funding is available here . Read more

 

Longietti: More than $4 million awarded to modernize Greenville water lines

(Jul 23, 2021)

HERMITAGE, July 23 – A state grant of nearly $4.1 million will fund a major overhaul of Greenville’s water distribution system, including replacement of the aging, corroded pipes used to supply the borough’s drinking water, state Rep. Mark Longietti announced today. Longietti, D-Mercer, said the funding from the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority will allow the Greenville Water Authority to replace existing cast iron and lead pipes with 9,600 feet of new main, addressing longstanding problems caused by aging, corroded infrastructure. “Greenville residents have been living with an antiquated water distribution system plagued by a history of leaks, main breaks and service interruptions,” Longietti said. “In some cases, the pipes are more than 100 years old. It’s an issue that has affected quality of life and could lead to health risks if not addressed. “The funding awarded today will bring much-needed, long-overdue modernizations that will prevent future service interruptions, enhance public health and create jobs.” Longietti said that in addition to construction of new water main, the project will include construction and installation of new fire hydrants, service lines, connections, valves and related upgrades. Greenville is an Act 47 Distressed Community, and Longietti said the project would not have been possible without the funding. The grant was Read more

 

Longietti announces nearly $163,000 in fire, EMS grants

(Jun 29, 2021)

HERMITAGE, June 29 – State Rep. Mark Longietti, D-Mercer, announced that 13 fire and EMS companies in the 7 th Legislative District were awarded $162,652 in state grants. “Over the past year, our first responders remained on the front lines, standing between our community and danger, despite a litany of new risks and challenges,” Longietti said. “Securing this funding will help them with essential needs such as training, building repairs and restoring unanticipated expenses created by the pandemic.” Longietti said the following fire companies will receive grants in these amounts: Clark Volunteer Fire Department – $12,767. Farrell Volunteer Fire Department Inc. – $11,876. Greenville Fire Department – $13,302. Greenville Fire Department (EMS) – $8,993. Greenville Volunteer Fire Company – $11,698. Sharon Fire Department – $15,000. Sharpsville Volunteer Fire Department – $13,837. Shenango Township Volunteer Fire Department – $12,411. South Pymatuning Township Volunteer Fire Association – $11,698. Transfer Volunteer Fire Department – $13,837. West Middlesex Volunteer Fire Department – $13,302. West Salem Fire Department – $12,233. Wheatland Volunteer Fire Department – $11,698. The grants are made possible by the Fire Company and Emergency Medical Service Read more

 

Longietti/Nelson bill to help rehab patients heads to governor’s desk

(Jun 26, 2021)

HARRISBURG, June 26 – A bill headed to the governor’s desk would give families of drug rehabilitation patients a chance at lifesaving intervention when those patients check themselves out against medical advice, state Rep. Mark Longietti, D-Mercer, announced. House Bill 944 , which Longietti introduced with state Rep. Eric Nelson, R-Westmoreland, would require inpatient rehabilitation facilities to notify a patient’s designated emergency contact – a measure considered best practice but not currently mandated under state law – when the patient leaves addiction treatment against the provider’s advice. “This legislation offers a chance for family members to learn of a loved one’s decision – often impulsive and made under pressure or impaired judgment – to leave treatment and return to the lure of addictive drugs,” Longietti said. “By requiring timely notification of the emergency contact, we are giving family members the chance they deserve, when seconds count, to try to get their loved one to safety. There are no guarantees, but by mandating notification, we are at least opening a window of opportunity.” In April, the House unanimously passed a version of the bill, which was then amended in the state Senate. The amended version clarifies that the provider meets it obligation under the proposed law by making at least one attempt to notify the emergency contact using the method designated by Read more

 

Longietti votes for budget, citing sensible investments, funding to ‘level up’ underfunded school districts

(Jun 25, 2021)

HARRISBURG, June 25 – State Rep. Mark Longietti voted to support Pennsylvania’s new budget plan, which passed the House and Senate this evening. Longietti, D-Mercer, said he believes the $40 billion plan strikes a good balance between funding existing programs and services, reserving “rainy day” funding for future emergencies, and investing to bolster educational resources for school districts where those resources have been lacking. “I’m encouraged that the plan we passed holds the line on taxes while also increasing basic education funding by $300 million,” said Longietti, who is Democratic chairman of the House Education Committee. “That increase includes $100 million to level the playing field for grossly underfunded schools, including those in the Farrell Area, Greenville Area, and Sharon City school districts. “It’s critical to ensure that students from lower-income communities receive the same opportunities to compete for good, family-sustaining jobs as those in wealthier districts. I believe the budget we passed today brings us one step closer to that.” Longietti said other education increases include $50 million for special education; $30 million for early childhood education, and $11 million for early intervention for 3- to 5-year-olds. “Additional support to give kids the right start in life makes a huge difference in determining future success, Read more

 

Longietti hosting June workshops on Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program

(Jun 11, 2021)

HERMITAGE, June 11 – State Rep. Mark Longietti, D-Mercer, is hosting two free workshops this month to help residents learn more about the state’s Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program and assist them with the application process. “The Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program has been around for 50 years and remains one of the most valuable programs the state offers,” Longietti said. “My two workshops this month will help residents learn more about the program, find answers to questions and even get help applying. “This week, the Department of Revenue announced that it was extending the application deadline to Dec. 31, but I encourage anyone interested – particularly those who may be newly eligible for the program – to get a jump on things by attending one of my sessions.” Both workshops will be held from 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Dates and locations are: Thursday, June 17 at the Pymatuning Township Building, 256 Edgewood Drive Ext., Transfer, PA 16154. Wednesday, June 23 at the Greenville Municipal Building (Council Chamber Room), 125 Main St., Greenville PA 16125. Longietti said residents who would like help applying for a rebate must bring identification, proof of 2020 income and a statement of 2020 rent paid (or a receipt of 2020 taxes paid, if homeowners.) Walk-ins are welcome, and there is no need to pre-register. Anyone with questions Read more

 

Longietti: $120,000 awarded to fully fund Sharon ‘Lots to Love’ revitalization program

(Jun 10, 2021)

HERMITAGE, June 10 – Grant funding of $120,000 will allow the city of Sharon to move forward with an innovative plan for repurposing vacant lots, state Rep. Mark Longietti, D- Mercer, announced today. Longietti said the funding – administered by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency through the Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and Rehabilitation Enhancement Fund – is going to build on efforts already underway to revitalize Sharon’s landscape. “This funding is wonderful news for the city of Sharon and complements last month’s funding of $150,000 the city received to help with demolition of 38 fire-damaged properties and preparation of those sites for redevelopment,” Longietti said. “Through that funding and other investments, Sharon has already committed significant resources to clearing blight. “The next step is repurposing those vacant lots before they become breeding grounds for vandalism or waste, and the Lots to Love program provides an innovative strategy for doing just that. Thanks to this new funding from the Housing Finance Agency, the program will now be fully funded, and Sharon can move forward with work that will transform those spaces into places of growth, revitalization and potential. It’s exciting news for Sharon’s future.” Longietti said funding for the grant comes from state realty transfer taxes. Read more

 

Longietti: More than $212,000 awarded to support Mercer County drug treatment court program, help residents in recovery

(Jun 09, 2021)

HERMITAGE, June 9 – Grant funding of $212,130 from the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency will help Mercer County residents struggling with substance abuse and provide offenders treatment-based alternatives to incarceration, state Rep. Mark Longietti announced today. Longietti, D-Mercer, said the funding includes two separate grants – $122,130 to the Mercer County Behavior Health Commission to implement the Say it Straight program and $90,000 to the Mercer County Commissioners to support the Mercer County Treatment Court. "Securing this funding will allow Mercer County to implement the Say it Straight program, to help residents recovering from substance use disorder stay on the right path,” Longietti said. “That support also helps them restore healthy relationships with their families and reestablish jobs and productive ties in the neighborhood – all of which strengthens our community. “The funding will also bolster an important asset of our county justice system – the Mercer County Treatment Court – which works to reduce recidivism rates by helping offenders remain free of drug and alcohol addiction. That benefits taxpayers by reducing the costs of incarceration and returns former offenders to the community as productive wage earners.” More information on PCCD is available at www.pccd.pa.gov . Read more

 

Longietti: Nearly $33,000 awarded to fund Mercer County veterans’ food program

(Jun 02, 2021)

HERMITAGE, June 2 – A $32,762 grant from the Veterans’ Trust Fund will ensure Mercer County veterans and their families will not have to face food insecurity, state Rep. Mark Longietti announced today. Longietti, D-Mercer, said the funding to Community Food Warehouse of Mercer County under the Military Share Program will help the organization continue an important program that has expanded in recent years. “Our veterans have put aside various life opportunities and sacrificed precious time with loved ones to serve our nation. The least we can do is ensure that these proud patriots and their families never struggle to put food on the table. “The Community Food Warehouse of Mercer County has been successfully serving veterans and their families through a unique distribution system that takes place outside of distribution to the general public, preserving dignity and privacy for these military families. “The program recently exceeded its goals by tripling the number of households served. Securing this new grant will allow the organization to build on that success and continue giving back to those who occupy such a special place in our community.” Longietti said the CFWMC is a member of the Feeding America network of food banks, which conducted a national study indicating that approximately 20% of households served by these food banks has at least one member who served in the military. More Read more

 

Sen. Brooks, Rep. Longietti announce grant awards for blight remediation in Greenville and Sharon

(May 25, 2021)

HARRISBURG, May 25 – The borough of Greenville and the city of Sharon have been awarded state grants to fight blight, Sen. Michele Brooks and Rep. Mark Longietti announced today after a meeting of the Commonwealth Financing Authority. In the Greenville project, the borough will receive $212,220 to support the demolition and rehabilitation of seven structures along Main and Shenango streets. To advance the Sharon project, $150,000 was awarded to help with the strategic demolition of 38 fire-damaged properties and the preparation of these sites for redevelopment. “Funding for these two projects will help to increase the value and appeal of properties in the community, and can be a catalyst for new jobs, economic growth and a larger community renaissance,” Brooks said. “These grant funds will build on the community’s investment in these critical areas of our hometowns.” Longietti said: “Greenville has been making strides as it works to exit its status as a distressed community, and several downtown property owners have already committed resources for renovation. Blight is still an obstacle to additional redevelopment, however. The grant awarded today will fund blight remediation for seven downtown buildings and properties, helping the borough continue redefining and revitalizing itself. “Likewise, Sharon has been working to attack blight through a coordinated plan that identifies demolition of Read more

 

Longietti: $350,000 awarded to fund Sharpsville home rehabilitation projects

(May 20, 2021)

HERMITAGE, May 20 – The borough of Sharpsville was awarded $350,000 to fund home rehabilitation projects for low-income families, state Rep. Mark Longietti announced today. Longietti, D-Mercer, said the grant funding under the HOME Investments Partnership Program will allow the borough to rehabilitate 12 owner-occupied homes. “Aging homes present a host of problems that can make life dangerous and difficult for low-income families, and the pandemic has only made it more difficult for homeowners to find room in the budget for repair costs,” Longietti said. “Sharpsville has a large percentage of aging homes and has benefitted from HOME funding for nearly two decades. Securing this funding means the program will continue to help residents ensure a safe place for their families.” The grant is part of a package of more than $7 million to projects in 13 counties under the HOME program, which is administered by the state Department of Community and Economic Development. The program provides federal funding to help municipalities and local governments preserve and expand affordable housing for low-income Pennsylvanians. The funds can be used for a variety of critical housing needs, including market-oriented approaches that offer opportunities such as homeownership or rental activities to revitalize communities with new investment. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development provides DCED the funds through the Read more

 

Longietti, Brooks: Nearly $1M in state grants awarded for Mercer County revitalization, wetland restoration

(Apr 21, 2021)

HERMITAGE, April 21 – Grants totaling $934,589 from the Commonwealth Financing Authority will fund revitalization of an important Sharon thoroughfare and help preserve Buhl Park wetland areas, state Rep. Mark Longietti, D-Mercer, and state Sen. Michele Brooks, R-Crawford/Mercer/Erie/Warren, announced today. The lawmakers said the funding includes $729,589 to Sharon under the CFA Multimodal Transportation Fund Program for Phase 3 of the Sharon Revitalization Project. “The Irvine Avenue corridor is a critical gateway for visitors to Sharon, but the corridor has fallen into significant disrepair,” Longietti said. Funding for this project will address access and safety issues to improve travel for area residents, attract more consumers from neighboring Ohio and spur greater economic development for the resurging downtown area.” Brooks said: “Enhancing the Irvine Avenue corridor will help not only our local residents, but also our local businesses and commercial transportation. Working together with City Manager Robert Fiscus on this substantial transportation project helped make this forward-thinking initiative successful.” The project will include removing the current road surface, leveling and replacing the road surface, removing and replacing sidewalks with Americans with Disabilities Act compliant materials, and installing safe waiting areas for public transit and for bicycle racks. Read more

 

House unanimously passes Longietti/Nelson bill to help save drug rehab patients who leave facilities against medical advice

(Apr 20, 2021)

HARRISBURG, April 20 – Loved ones of patients who check themselves out of drug rehabilitation facilities against medical advice would have a chance to learn of those potentially ill-fated decisions while there is still time to intervene under legislation the House passed unanimously today, according to the bill’s co-prime sponsor, state Rep. Mark Longietti. House Bill 944 , co-authored by Longietti, D-Mercer, and state Rep. Eric Nelson, R-Westmoreland, would require inpatient rehabilitation facilities to notify a patient’s designated emergency contact – a move that is already considered best practice but is not mandatory under current law – when a patient leaves addiction treatment against medical advice. “The science shows that people in the throes of addiction have diminished capacity for good decision-making and are easily lured back to drugs by their dealers or enablers,” Longietti said. “And sadly, statistics show the notification gap has resulted in overdose deaths as well as victimization of vulnerable patients. “Requiring facilities to notify emergency contacts when patients discharge themselves against medical advice doesn’t guarantee a successful outcome, but it opens a window for lifesaving intervention by giving family members a chance to get their loved ones back to a safe place.” Longietti said the bill does not change anything about protected confidential information governed by Read more

 

Longietti, Brooks: $1.23 million state grant awarded for Hermitage Town Center project

(Apr 16, 2021)

HERMITAGE, April 16 – An investment of $1.23 million will allow the city of Hermitage to continue to advance the vision for a transformative town center project, state Sen. Michele Brooks, R-Crawford/Mercer/Erie/Warren, and Rep. Mark Longietti, D-Mercer, announced today. Awarded under the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s Multimodal Transportation Fund this morning, the funding provides a second round of infrastructure dollars for the planned Hermitage Town Center project at the Shenango Valley Mall site, the lawmakers said. “Securing this funding helps lay the groundwork for realizing our vision of a thriving regional hub for Hermitage that will attract business and commercial activity, create jobs, draw visitors, and provide new housing, recreational and entertainment options for our community,” Longietti said. “This project has the power to transform our region, and it’s truly exciting seeing the work beginning to take shape from the ground up.” The grant will fund excavation and paving work for new roads, curbs and sidewalks; installation of stormwater facilities; and the completion of landscaping and other improvements, the legislators explained. Brooks said, “This funding builds upon our other successful efforts to fulfill the future plans for the Hermitage Town Center, which will add to the vibrancy, quality of life and economic growth of Mercer County and the Read more

 

Longietti co-sponsoring free shred event in Hermitage Saturday, April 24

(Apr 15, 2021)

HERMITAGE, April 15 – State Rep. Mark Longietti is encouraging residents to bring unwanted documents to a free shredding event starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 24 at the Shenango Valley Senior Community Center, located at 220 N. Buhl Farm Drive in Hermitage. Longietti, D-Mercer, said the event – which will continue until noon or until the shred truck is full – provides a safe, convenient way for residents to guard against fraud and identity theft. "The spate of recent scams targeting cell phone and computer users has focused our attention lately on avoiding tech-based fraud, but we should not lose sight of the fact that criminals can find a trove of personal information in improperly discarded documents,” Longietti said. “Our shredding event is a perfect opportunity to dispose of old credit card or bank statements; unneeded tax, insurance or medical records; or any other documents with sensitive personal information. “Residents can bring up to three boxes or bags of paper, and with volunteers unloading and depositing the documents for on-site shredding, folks can remain in their vehicles throughout. It’s a simple, secure way to ensure sensitive personal information does not end up in the wrong hands.” Longietti is co-sponsoring the event with the Mercer County Area Agency on Aging, the Pennsylvania Link to Aging and Disability Resources, and the Better Business Read more

 

Longietti: $400K tax credit will help finance downtown Sharon revitalization

(Apr 09, 2021)

HERMITAGE, April 9 – Tax credit funding of $400,000 will help finance a project to bring an affordable student housing and multipurpose event facility to downtown Sharon, state Rep. Mark Longietti, D-Mercer, announced today. Longietti said that the award to JCL Development, which was made under the Community Revitalization Fund Program administered by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency, will help JCL pay to repurpose a vacant warehouse into The Flats Center – a mixed-use facility that would provide affordable apartments and an athletic event center serving the Penn State-Shenango community. “News of today’s funding is truly exciting because it will help launch a project that promises to reinvigorate a vital area of our community that is finally starting to emerge from years of declining industrial activity and population loss,” Longietti said. “Downtown Sharon is seeing seeds of renewal, thanks to a dedicated redevelopment plan and the development of new retail and dining opportunities in the corridor. “A new student housing and event center for Penn State’s Shenango campus would build on that trend by bringing students, staff and visitors – a natural consumer base – to a campus that has been a community anchor for more than 50 years. It’s the perfect complement to the school’s recent efforts to attract more students to live on or near campus.” Longietti said that Read more

 

Longietti warns of new scam involving Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

(Apr 07, 2021)

HARRISBURG, April 7 – State Rep. Mark Longietti, D-Mercer, is warning residents to be aware of a new scam targeting Pennsylvanians who receive benefits under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program. “Claimants under the state’s Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program need to remain on the alert for a recent scam,” Longietti said. “Criminals are impersonating Labor and Industry Department staff or officials and asking people to verify their identities via text messages and web forms. “The scammers are devious, and some requests closely resemble legitimate inquiries. It’s important to remember that the department uses only the ID.me network to verify identity. Any other attempts to solicit information using other methods are fraudulent, and claimants should not respond to them.” Longietti said claimants should report suspected fraud by calling the PA Fraud Hotline at 1-800-692-7469. Read more

 

Committee approves Longietti bill to protect drug rehab patients from relapse

(Apr 06, 2021)

HARRISBURG, April 6 – Legislation to open a potentially lifesaving window for drug rehabilitation patients in danger of relapse was unanimously approved today by the House Human Services Committee, according to state Rep. Mark Longietti, one of the bill’s prime sponsors. Longietti, D-Mercer, said H.B. 944 , which he introduced with state Rep. Eric Nelson, R-Westmoreland, would require inpatient rehabilitation facilities to notify a patient’s designated emergency contact when the patient leaves the facility against medical advice. “This bill is designed to save lives,” Longietti said. “I have heard far too many stories of drug rehabilitation patients who backslide and discharge themselves against medical advice. Before their family members are even aware this has happened, their loved one is picked up by their dealer or enabler and suffers a fatal relapse. “It is already best practice for inpatient facilities to notify designated emergency contacts, but not all facilities follow this practice. Our bill would write a requirement into law so that families would receive notice in time for potentially lifesaving intervention.” Longietti said the bill would mandate that the emergency contact be notified immediately and at the very latest within 12 hours after the patient leaves the facility. There would be exceptions for cases when the patient revoked consent to notify the emergency contact or when the facility knew or Read more

 

Longietti to host Senior & Health Education Fair Sept. 16
Sep 02, 2021

Longietti: $7,000 awarded to equip Shenango firefighters for brushfire risk
Aug 18, 2021

Longietti: Sharon schools awarded more than $65,000 to expand access to fresh fruits, vegetables
Aug 04, 2021

Longietti: More than $4 million awarded to modernize Greenville water lines
Jul 23, 2021

Longietti announces nearly $163,000 in fire, EMS grants
Jun 29, 2021

Longietti/Nelson bill to help rehab patients heads to governor’s desk
Jun 26, 2021

Longietti votes for budget, citing sensible investments, funding to ‘level up’ underfunded school districts
Jun 25, 2021

Longietti hosting June workshops on Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program
Jun 11, 2021

Longietti: $120,000 awarded to fully fund Sharon ‘Lots to Love’ revitalization program
Jun 10, 2021

Longietti: More than $212,000 awarded to support Mercer County drug treatment court program, help residents in recovery
Jun 09, 2021

Longietti: Nearly $33,000 awarded to fund Mercer County veterans’ food program
Jun 02, 2021

Sen. Brooks, Rep. Longietti announce grant awards for blight remediation in Greenville and Sharon
May 25, 2021

Longietti: $350,000 awarded to fund Sharpsville home rehabilitation projects
May 20, 2021

Longietti, Brooks: Nearly $1M in state grants awarded for Mercer County revitalization, wetland restoration
Apr 21, 2021

House unanimously passes Longietti/Nelson bill to help save drug rehab patients who leave facilities against medical advice
Apr 20, 2021

Longietti, Brooks: $1.23 million state grant awarded for Hermitage Town Center project
Apr 16, 2021

Longietti co-sponsoring free shred event in Hermitage Saturday, April 24
Apr 15, 2021

Longietti: $400K tax credit will help finance downtown Sharon revitalization
Apr 09, 2021

Longietti warns of new scam involving Pandemic Unemployment Assistance
Apr 07, 2021

Committee approves Longietti bill to protect drug rehab patients from relapse
Apr 06, 2021