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Last month, I warned about misleading letters being sent to businesses from an outfit called Pennsylvania Corporate Compliance. The letters instructed businesses to fill out an "annual meeting disclosure statement" listing their corporate officers, and...
Samuel Horwitz is eagerly anticipating May 12, graduation day for those receiving master of business administration degrees from the Wharton School, the oh-so prestigious financial branch of Pennsylvania's only Ivy League university. He'll get an MBA in...
The Big Ten's inept showing in nonconference play got me wondering whether recruiting is the problem. Using Rivals.com's rankings, I looked back at the past five recruiting classes, including this year's group of seniors, to see whether Top 100 recruits...
People in the Lehigh Valley have been trout fishing for almost two weeks now after the regional opener in Southeastern Pennsylvania kicked off on March 30. The rest of the state opens for trout season 8 a.m. this Saturday, April 13, and should see...
On Saturday, Memorial Recreation Center hosted its annual Easter egg hunt. After receiving many donations from the community, children gathered in two age groups and were sent on a ready-set-go mission to collect as many eggs as they could. Some of...
Trout fishing opened in the 18-county Southeast Region of Pennsylvania last Saturday, and opens statewide on Saturday, April 13. Trout fishing opened in New York on April Fool's Day – no joke – and opens in New Jersey Saturday. With warmer...
Businesses get tons of letters, faxes and emails. Keeping up with them all can be a challenge, especially for small businesses with few on staff to ensure that bills are scrutinized before being paid. Even when you're scrambling, make sure you understand...
There does not seem to be any middle ground on the issue of physician-assisted suicide. In fact, going by the reactions to Friday's column on that topic, there is no support for any ground other than that for the right of individuals to make end-of-life...
Those who have felt that the Lehigh Valley has been underserved by the number of Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officers stationed here can take a huge sigh of relief. Shawna Burkett, a 24-year-old fresh out of the 29th — and...
When it comes to high-speed railroads, much of the world is passing America by. Even countries like South Korea and Turkey have moved ahead of us. Here in the land of the Pennsylvania Railroad and steam-powered passenger trains that could exceed 110 mph...
Hunters across the Commonwealth are casting a wary eye toward Harrisburg on Tuesday. The Senate Game & Fisheries Committee is considering several bills that could have significant impact for hunting in the state. The most controversial is SB 597,...
The debate over whether to allow payday loans in Pennsylvania continued in Harrisburg last week with the same stale arguments. Supporters said the loans are needed by people who don't have credit and run into unexpected expenses. Opponents said the...
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