News Releases

Mar

27

2020

March 27, 2020

In this Update: Senate Approves COVID-19 Response Measures Applications Now Being Accepted for New Small Business Low-Interest Loan Program Three Counties Added to Governor’s Stay-at-Home Order  Retired Healthcare Providers Can Assist in COVID-19 Response Facilities Closed at State Parks and Forests Consumers Can Report Price Gouging Tips Online Senate Approves COVID-19 Response Measures The Senate […]   [Read More]

Mar

24

2020

March 24, 2020

In this Update: School Closures Extended Through at Least April 6; Students Could Return April 9 PIDA Approves Low-Interest Loan Program to Help Small Businesses Governor Issues Stay-at-Home Order in Seven PA Counties Free Webinar Offered for SBA Disaster Loans School Closures Extended Through at Least April 6; Students Could Return April 9 The Department […]   [Read More]

Mar

23

2020

March 23, 2020

State Tax Filing Deadline Extended to July 15 The deadline to file 2019 state personal income tax returns with the Department of Revenue has been extended by 90 days to July 15. The Internal Revenue Service also extended the federal filing deadline to the same date. All penalties and interest on 2019 personal income tax […]   [Read More]

Mar

18

2020

March 18, 2020

New Website Offers Guidance on Responding to Coronavirus Statewide efforts to contain the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus have raised a number of questions and concerns throughout our local communities. A new website has been established to provide guidance for Pennsylvania families, businesses and schools as the situation develops. Information on symptoms and prevention, travel, […]   [Read More]

Mar

17

2020

March 17, 2020

It is with regret but in the best interest of public health that Sen. Michele Brooks announces the closure of her district offices to walk-in traffic. However, staff members are still available to take phone calls and receive emails.   [Read More]

Mar

06

2020

March 06, 2020

Sen. Michele Brooks encourages citizens age 55 and older to sign up now for a four-hour refresher driver safety course as a follow-up every three years in order to keep an automobile insurance discount.    [Read More]