Technical Glitch Causes On-Line Registration Issues In Pennsylvania

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Pexels Stock Image.HARRISBURG — A weekend computer glitch that caused service issues in several Pennsylvania Commonwealth agencies, including on-line voter registration, has been resolved, according to officials.Multiple commonwealth agencies were impacted by the outage that was due to an equipment failure at a data center managed by Unisys for the commonwealth, officials said.Voters can once again go online to votesPA.com to register to vote, apply for a mail ballot, or check their voter registration, among other services.The Department of State’s professional licensing services are among the applications that are still affected. The Commonwealth Office of Information Technology and Unisys are working to restore those functions as quickly as possible. Online services for the departments of Revenue and Human Services and the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board also are affected.Officials stressed the problem was equipment failure and there was no sign of criminal activity.The issue began at approximately 5:30 p.m. on Saturday. Technicians identified the cause as an equipment failure at a data center managed for the commonwealth by Unisys and immediately began to work on plans for recovery. There is no indication at this time of any malicious physical or cyber activity, or that any loss of data has occurred.last_img read more

Aaron Tveit & Rachel Tucker Perform an Acoustic Cover of ‘Defying Gravity’

first_img Wicked View Comments Our Broadway boyfriend (don’t give us that look) Aaron Tveit may be tied to the small screen for some time (doing the hand jive, battling aliens and whatnot), but in honor of Wicked’s 12th anniversary on Broadway, he’s revisiting the smash musical with current star Rachel Tucker in a brand new way. Check out their acoustic cover of “Defying Gravity,” the first video released as part of #OutofOz: Wicked Studio Sessions, a new series showcasing re-imagined covers of the Stephen Schwartz tunes. Expect more videos from Wicked faves past and present to come, and catch Tucker on Broadway at the Gershwin Theatre. Related Shows from $95.00last_img

Other Sports Neeraj Chopra undergoes elbow surgery, Doha World Championship participation in doubt

first_imghighlights Mumbai: Star Indian javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra has undergone elbow surgery, raising doubts over his participation in the World Championships to be held in Doha from September 27 to October 6. Neeraj was operated by celebrated orthopaedic surgeon Dr Dinshaw Pardiwala at the Kokilaben Hospital. “Undergone elbow surgery in Mumbai by Dr.Dinshaw Pardiwala. Will require some months of rehabilitation before I can start back with throwing. Hoping to return stronger. Every setback is a setup for a comeback. God wants to bring you out better than you were before,” Neeraj posted on his twitter handle on Friday. The 21-year-old developed pain in his elbow while practising at the NIS Patiala in April.Dr Pardiwala is a renowned orthopaedic surgeon who has treated many sports stars like Sushil Kumar, Saina Nehwal, P V Sindhu, Yogeshwar Dutt, Vinesh Phogat, Akhil Kumar, H S Prannoy among others.RELATEDThe duration for which Neeraj will have to stay away from the action is not yet clear but his chances of being fit in time for the World Championships is a matter of speculation at this point. His coach Bahadur Singh has already urged him not to rush back keeping next year’s Olympics in mind.The elbow injury had earlier forced the Commonwealth and Asian Games champion to skip the Asian Championships held in Doha from April 21 to April 24. The world no. 5 in his discipline would have been India’s brightest hope for a medal. Neeraj shot to fame by winning the javelin gold at the 2016 IAAF World U-20 Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland. From there it was no looking back for the athlete from Panipat, as he went on to win golds at the 2016 South Asian Games, the 2017 Asian Championships in Bhubaneswar, and last year’s Commonwealth and Asian Games. Neeraj Chopra won the javelin gold in the Asian and Commonwealth Games.Neeraj Chopra won the 2016 IAAF World U20 gold which shot him to fame.Neeraj Chopra is currently ranked No.5 in the world.center_img For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more