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As Philadelphia prepares to elect a new mayor, AARP is reaching out to candidates for their views on affordable housing, safe streets and other issues vital to voters 50 and older.
U.S. News and World Report recently found Lancaster and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the top two places to retire in the U.S. Using criteria like the happiness of local residents, cost of living, and health care quality, the Pennsylvania cities were ranked highest for retirees, with several other Pennsylvania cities making the list.
From gasoline to groceries to prescription drugs and rent, many Pennsylvanians are struggling. This winter, home heating costs are also expected to increase. Make sure you know about available programs and tips to reduce your winter utility bills. Check out our handy utility guide today!
The country’s three major wireless carriers - AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile - will be shutting down their third-generation (3G) cellular networks in 2022 to make room for better fourth-generation (4G) and new fifth-generation (5G) services. As a result, many older phones will be unable to make or receive calls and text messages or use data services. This may also affect devices that rely on 3G connectivity, such as medical alert devices, tablets, smartwatches, in-car SOS services, Kindle readers, home security products and other devices that are dependent on 3G.
AARP Pennsylvania knows that many Pennsylvanians will struggle to afford higher heating bills this winter. In addition to higher heating costs, the Coronavirus pandemic has had a wide-ranging impact on the state of Pennsylvania. Learn more about resources that can help you stay warm while keeping costs down.
AARP Pennsylvania State Director Bill Johnston-Walsh released the following statement in response to the Wolf Administration’s proposed nursing home regulations.
AARP Pennsylvania, in collaboration with the SeniorLAW Center, is working to provide older Pennsylvanian’s with the valuable resources and information that are available for grandparents who may be caring for a grandchild.
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