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SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) — Investigators say a 22-year-old Lackawanna College student was fatally shot after a party in northeastern Pennsylvania. Authorities say Harrisburg resident Rahsan Crowder was pronounced dead at a hospital around 3:45 a.m....
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Diocese of Harrisburg officials say Bishop Joseph McFadden died of a heart attack last week after suddenly falling ill while attending a meeting of the Catholic Bishops of Pennsylvania. McFadden died unexpectedly Thursday...
The Mason-Dixon Kennel Club held its annual dog show April 14 in Harrisburg, Pa., and the honor of Best in Show went to the toy group winner No. 11, Maltese Ch. Scyllas Small Kraft Re-Lit. Reserve Best in Show was awarded to the non- sporting group...
As Pennsylvania's economy struggles and the state's tax picture gets bleaker, lawmakers are poised to vote Monday on a bill to overhaul corporate taxes. One piece of House bill 440 in theory would generate more revenue by closing the so-called Delaware...
The bustling fast-food restaurant on Chicago's Far South Side where Maria Torres works is the type of business that could be a proving ground for immigration reforms being considered in Congress. Torres, 52, who cooks and cleans at the restaurant, said...
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is correct to argue that boys should continue to be allowed to play on girls' sports teams because prohibiting them from doing so would violate the state's Equal Rights Amendment. In a Harrisburg court on...
Maryland The Maryland General Assembly’s 2013 session began Jan. 9 and ends April 8. Information about the General Assembly, including the status of bills, can be found at http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/ Sen. George C. Edwards R-Allegany/Garrett/...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A funeral is scheduled next week for Bishop Joseph McFadden of the Roman Catholic diocese of Harrisburg. The 65-year-0ld McFadden died unexpectedly Thursday in Philadelphia after feeling ill at a meeting of the Catholic...
Penn State has had a run of the neighborhood for as long as anyone can remember, from its years as the most successful independent Division I-A football program on the East Coast and a national power, to a little more than the past two decades in the...
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...
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A state Senate committee's first hearing on Gov. Tom Corbett's effort to liberalize Pennsylvania's beer, wine and liquor laws featured broad criticism of the proposal. One witness, David Bender of Compass Mark in Lancaster,...
Tags: Wines, Substance Abuse, Tom Corbett
This letter is in response to your article regarding the bill to abolish the Turnpike Commission. I am not naive nor do I wear rose-colored glasses — I do have 25-plus years working in the business community and a background in business...
Tags: Pennsylvania Turnpike, Pen Argyl
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