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Tropical Storm Lee (2011)

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  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Corbett School Reform Plan Released Today.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Gov. Tom Corbett travels to the Lincoln Charter School in scenic York, Pa., this morning for a 10 a.m. newser to announce his long-awaited school reform plan. We're on the road this morning for the......
  • Northampton students honored for work on Kreidersville Covered Bridge

     
    The Theodore Burr Covered Bridge Society of Pennsylvania promotes and protects the heritage of covered bridges -- which are declining in number --- throughout the state. Tomorrow (Oct. 20), the society is honoring a couple of Northampton Area School...
  • Monday Morning News Analysis: Penn State Case Shows Two Sides Of Corbett's Leadership.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett stopped. He took a breath. He folded his hands and stared hard at the top of the podium in front of him, as if it were going to yield the answer a reporter has just asked him about the sexual abuse scandal that engulfed Penn State...
  • Remembering the helping hands of stormy 2011

     
    Thanksgiving week is a time to remember the gratitude we had for the people that helped see us through this year’s storms and natural disasters: Snow in January; winds in February; heavy rains of March; tornadoes in April and May;......
  • Sinkhole victims find no help

     
    It was only about a year ago that Jamin and Belinda Sell moved into their new home in Whitehall Township. They installed new appliances, put in new windows, rebuilt the chimneys, worked on the bathroom. The neighbors were friendly, everything......
  • Habitat work underway on Pa. State Game Lands

     
    Jerry Feaser of the Pennsylvanai Game Commission reports the following: As Pennsylvania hunters and trappers begin purchasing their 2011-12 licenses (as of Monday, June 11), Pennsylvania Game Commission teams of land managers, foresters and Food and Cover...
  • 6,000 fish killed in Arundel creeks

    State officials are investigating what killed thousands of fish in Marley and Furnace creeks in northern Anne Arundel County, but suspect they suffocated after an algae bloom sucked the oxygen out of the water, a Maryland Department of the Environment...
  • Hoss's opens its doors for the first time since the flood

    Hoss's opens its doors for the first time since the flood
    Nearly nine months after Tropical Storm Lee causes major flooding in our area one Dauphin County restaurant is finally back in business. " It devastated people. They were afraid they were going to lose their jobs and they won`t have anywhere to go or...
  • Fish kills grow in algae-tainted waters

    Fish kills grow in algae-tainted waters
    Something's rotten on the Baltimore area waterfront. Fish are washing ashore by the thousands in a mass die-off that officials say appears to be caused by a weather-driven worsening of the pollution that chronically plagues the Chesapeake Bay. State...
  • Start of Hurricane Season Brings Reminder to Prepare for Emergencies, Consider Flood Insurance

    Start of Hurricane Season Brings Reminder to Prepare for Emergencies, Consider Flood Insurance
    With the Atlantic hurricane season now under way, the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency reminds residents to always be prepared for the possibility of severe weather. "Last year, the remnants of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee brought...
  • Chesapeake Bay 'dead zone' smaller this year

    Chesapeake Bay 'dead zone' smaller this year
    After a spate of bad news about the Chesapeake Bay's health, here's an uptick: the "dead zone" that forms every spring is smaller than average so far this year. Water sampling done in early June by the Department of Natural Resources found dissolved...