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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...
Senator Jeffrey E. Piccola (R-15) released the following statement today announcing his intention to not run for reelection in 2012. “I hereby announce that I will not be a candidate for reelection to the 15th Senatorial District in 2012. I have...
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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...
Staff reporterThe Pennsylvania House of Representatives is talking about changes to the state's bankrupt unemployment fund. Federal emergency benefits expired on June 11 and could possibly leave over 100,000 unemployed Pennsylvanians high and dry. As of Saturday,...
email@example.comThe Tuscarora School Board is seeking Realtors to sell its central office building on East Seminary Street. Superintendent Rebecca Erb told the school board Monday the district should be ready to vacate the building in one year. Board members asked her...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgLess than a week after approving furloughs and reduced hours, the Waynesboro Area School Board reinstated secretarial hours and decided to fill a vacancy created by a retirement. Board members said they recently were notified of the pending retirement of...
Culture MonsterA Pennsylvania judge has denied a bid to prevent the illustrious Barnes Foundation art collection from being moved from its longtime site in suburban Lower Merion to a new $150-million museum in downtown Philadelphia. The group opposing the move is vowing...
email@example.comState Rep. Todd Rock, R-Franklin, plans to reintroduce legislation prohibiting teacher strikes in Pennsylvania. Rock will host a press conference Tuesday morning at the Pennsylvania Capitol regarding the “strike-free education” initiative. He...
Blogging with Bill WhiteI never expected to stay on the hedgehog kick for this long, but people kept calling me Wednesday with more information. In Thursday's followup to my Tuesday column about Allentown fifth graders who are trying to overturn Pennsylvania’s ban on......
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekThe Pennsylvania Legislature was poised tonight to send Gov. Tom Corbett the first on-time state budget in eight years, even as a last-minute push to legalize public school vouchers stalled before reaching the finish line. At 5:30 p.m., the majority-...
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