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The Franklin County (Pa.) Department of Emergency Services is seeking local businesses affected by a tractor-trailer fire Thursday that closed Interstate 81 in Dauphin County, Pa., for several days. Due to the crash and fire last week, Pennsylvania Gov....
The superintendent of a large suburban Harrisburg school district will be Gov. Tom Corbett’s nominee for education secretary and replace Ron Tomalis, who after a busy and rocky two-year tenure will move into an advisory role in the administration,...
Associated PressFormer U.S. Rep. Joe Sestak has ruled out a campaign for Pennsylvania governor, but he said Tuesday that he is seriously exploring another run for U.S. Senate, possibly setting up a rematch against Republican Sen. Pat Toomey in 2016. Sestak said he...
The latest stop for a Republican-penned bill to limit insurance coverage of abortions sparked an angry debate Tuesday among senators, reviving arguments over President Barack Obama’s health care law and the case of a Philadelphia abortion doctor...
Associated PressWest Virginia will expand Medicaid under the federal health care overhaul through a plan announced Thursday by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, which would extend coverage to an estimated 91,500 uninsured low-income residents. The decision follows a financial...
Pennsylvania state lawmakers have moved quickly to try again to let counties eliminate jury commissioners, voting Wednesday to send Gov. Tom Corbett a bill to reinstate the law following a recent court decision that threw it out. The House voted 156-...
Tags: Justice System, Crime, Law and Justice, Judges, Voting, Politics
Pa. lawmakers do not support our local schools To the editor: If Franklin County residents like paying higher property taxes so that our communities’ children can go to school in crowded classrooms with fewer and fewer educational...
Take our bread and give us booze? To the editor: Gov. Tom Corbett and the Republican-run General Assembly seem to be hell-bent on making things tougher in Pennsylvania. First, he slashes services that bear food benefits, mental health care and...
A Republican plan to phase out Pennsylvania’s 600 state-operated liquor stores and raise millions in revenue by selling licenses to private businesses passed the House easily Thursday and was sent to the Senate. The 105-90 vote after about seven...
A Republican plan designed to break down Pennsylvania’s Depression-era system of state-owned liquor stores passed a critical test Wednesday, leaving the measure poised to be approved by the House and sent to the state Senate. The GOP majority...
Tags: Frank Dermody, Mike Turzai, Politics, Republican Party
The latest alumni election for three seats on Penn State’s Board of Trustees has drawn more than three dozen candidates, less than half the record 86-person slate on last year’s ballot. The 39-candidate pool for this spring’s...
email@example.comThree Pennsylvania lawmakers stopped by a Tuscarora Area Chamber of Commerce breakfast Thursday to talk about Harrisburg’s ambitious political agenda that could have far-reaching and long-term effects. Members of the Pennsylvania General...
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