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firstname.lastname@example.orgWaynesboro Area School Board members engaged in a 15-minute public argument Tuesday about using state funding to restore positions cut during 2011-12 budget negotiations. Board member Pat Heefner proposed restoring a math position and a reading...
email@example.comA Franklin County, Pa., lawmaker who chairs the Pennsylvania Senate Game and Fisheries Committee said he expects to ask his fellow committee members to vote on lifting a 138-year ban on Sunday hunting in the state. While state Sen. Richard Alloway doesn'...
In the Marcellus shale debate, one point is frequently overlooked. It’s time to clear the air. Marcellus drilling is a significant source of air pollution, and as drilling expands so will the risk to human health and the environment. The...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt is against the law to use a cell phone while driving in Maryland, but it still is legal to pick up the devices and text once drivers cross the Mason-Dixon Line into Pennsylvania. Some of Pennsylvania's biggest cities ban texting while driving, but the...
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email@example.comThe Washington Township (Pa.) Supervisors have developed a preliminary budget that holds the line on taxes for 2012, a budget year described as “very tight” by the township manager. The supervisors passed a preliminary budget Monday. It...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith hours before the start of a new fiscal year, the Waynesboro Area School Board Thursday night passed a $49.9 million budget with cuts to art, family and consumer science, health and physical education, social studies, business education and German...
John Denning Vogel, 65, of Norwood Avenue, Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., died Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011, at his home. He was born July 23, 1946, in Harrisburg, Pa., the son of the late Harry Denning Jr. and Helen Beasom Vogel. John is survived by his wife,...
email@example.comSoon, for the first time in 35 years, Jeff Coy will be without a job in the public sector. Coy, who began his career as a legislative assistant, represented Franklin and Cumberland counties for 22 years in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRepublican lawmakers from Franklin County, Pa., shared excitement Tuesday that Tom Corbett had been sworn in as the state's 46th governor. "It's a fresh start. ... This is just a breath of fresh air," said state Rep. Rob Kauffman, R-Franklin/Cumberland....
email@example.comWith teacher strikes possible in two Franklin County, Pa., school districts, administrators are making preparations for how to reschedule those days of instruction. Teacher unions in both Chambersburg Area School District and Waynesboro Area School...
Given the chance to be a showman Wednesday, state Rep. Mark Keller milked it for all it was worth. Keller, R-Franklin/Perry, took top honors in a VIP dairy showmanship contest at the Pennsylvania Farm Show. Keller competed with 15 other state...
Tags: Laws, Justice System, Beverage Industry, Fayette County, Judges
By The Associated PressThe Pennsylvania General Assembly launched its new legislative session Tuesday by swearing in new and returning members and electing Republican veterans to lead each chamber. Twenty-one freshmen Republicans and eight new Democrats were sworn in to the...
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