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  • West Chester officials part of early effort to leave PASSHE

    When word leaked out in February about a plan to let prosperous state-owned universities leave the State System of Higher Education, officials at West Chester University — arguably the most robust — chose their words carefully. Talking points...
  • Partial debate sounds better than none

    Ladies and gentlemen, I'd like to welcome you today to the Democratic gubernatorial debate between former Gov. Charlie Crist and former state Sen. Nan Rich. Yes, yes, I know. Crist has refused to debate Rich. Crist, the supposed tough guy who got the...
  • Scott arrives at Daytona, but Crist shadow lingers

    Scott arrives at Daytona, but Crist shadow lingers
    DAYTONA BEACH _ NASCAR welcomed Gov. Rick Scott as an honorary race official for the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway on a drizzly Saturday night. You could say that in World Cup terms, it was 1-nil, Mr. Scott over Florida gubernatorial...
  • The Jaffe movement continues [Letter]

    The Jaffe movement continues [Letter]
    Your post election analysis of the June 24th elections falls a little short on the mark ("On to November," Jun. 25). The Democratic and Republican candidates for governor who will be competing in the upcoming general election present the voters with a...
  • The best and worst states for small business: Red tape blues

    Small businesses fret less about taxes than over-regulation IAN TONER, an architect in Philadelphia, recently went to city offices for a permit to build a stoop for a client's home. The city, he learned, had just imposed new requirements: he would...
  • Johns Hopkins Hospital workers to begin negotiations again

    Johns Hopkins Hospital workers to begin negotiations again
    Service workers at Johns Hopkins Hospital will begin a new round of negotiations with the medical institution Tuesday, several days after a strike was averted when Gov. Martin O'Malley asked both sides to take a one-week cooling-off period. The 1199...
  • New York ruling on fracking bans might send tremors across US

    WASHINGTON New York state's highest court ruled Monday that cities and towns have the power to ban fracking, a decision that comes as local governments across the nation are increasingly trying to use zoning laws to stop the contentious spread of...
  • Marsh to ABC, Algie Howell to parole board

    Now we know why state Sen. Henry Marsh and Del. Algie Howell resigned early from the General Assembly. Gov. Terry McAuliffe tapped them both today for jobs in his administration. McAuliffe named Marsh one of three commissioners to the state's...
  • No: Two wings of the GOP share common beliefs

    As most were writing off the tea-party candidates as also-rans, recent results in Virginia, Mississippi, Texas and Nebraska show they're not gone by a long shot. The stunning defeat of House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, the inability of long-time Sen....
  • Green Party Nominates Dozens Of Candidates

    PORTLAND — About 30 Green Party members gathered at the Portland Senior Center Monday night to nominate dozens of candidates for statewide and municipal offices. The Greens — who run progressive, environmentally concerned candidates on...
  • Sunshine not the problem in FSU search

    Sunshine not the problem in FSU search
    If it weren't for Florida's "Sunshine" laws, chances are John Thrasher, the powerful state senator who wants to be president of Florida State University, might have been the only person interviewed for the job. That almost happened last month even...