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  • Hop to it on microbrew tour

    Hop to it on microbrew tour
    Tour guides not only should be knowledgeable but also able to convey information in a fun and engaging way. This skill comes more easily for some than others, but PA Brew Tours guide Tom Labanc has an ace up his sleeve decades of experience as a high...
  • Carbon County road work, Route 209

    From PennDOT: Carbon County: Route 209 Microsurfacing Project Begins Tuesday Lane restrictions will be in effecton Route 209 in Franklin and Towamensing townships, Carbon County, beginning Tuesday. The project entails microsurfacing and installing...
  • Kathleen Kane's credibility is on the line

    Kathleen Kane's credibility is on the line
    In January 2013, Kathleen Kane charged into Harrisburg on a Nittany Lion. The former assistant district attorney from Lackawanna County became the first Democrat and woman to be elected state attorney general by vowing to examine her predecessors'...
  • NFL training camp sites, dates

    Where teams hold NFL training camps and on what day veterans report: AFC TEAM | LOCATION | REPORT Baltimore | Owings Mills, Md. | July 23 Buffalo | Pittsford, N.Y.  | July 19 Cincinnati | Cincinnati | July 23 Cleveland | Berea, Ohio |July 25 Denver |...
  • Corbett airs first ad of fall governor's race

    Gov. Tom Corbett’s campaign is hitting the airwaves with the first gubernatorial television ad of the general election. Corbett’s 60-second ad, which can be seen above, touts the Republican incumbent’s work to aid the state’s...
  • Judges needed: Black lung cases are overwhelming the system

    The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Monday, July 28: There are few jobs in America that are as hazardous to one's health as working in the coal mines. Toiling in dirty, confined conditions underground for decades will...
  • Penn State kicks off 2016 recruiting class

    Penn State kicks off 2016 recruiting class
    Three seasons of Penn State football came together over the weekend, as the coaches prepared for 2014 while recruiting for 2015 and '16. Franklin noted two commitments on Twitter this past weekend, including one for the class of 2016. Irvin Charles, a...
  • CW embraces magic in 'Masters of Illusion' and 'Penn & Teller: Fool Us'

    The CW Network launches two programs this week about the world of magic and illusions "Masters of Illusions" and "Penn & Teller: Fool Us." Both shows will have to deal with the spectre that's haunted magic on TV for decades: How do you make a TV audience...
  • U.S. News best hospitals rankings include LVH, St. Luke's

    In what has become an annual event, U.S. News & World Report this month recognized local facilities on its Best Hospitals list. The news site placed Lehigh Valley Health Network's Cedar Crest, Allentown, Muhlenberg and Hazleton hospitals and St. Luke's...
  • Ewan McGregor Starring in Philip Roth's 'American Pastoral'

    Lakeshore Entertainment has hired Phillip Noyce to direct and Ewan McGregor to star in its long-in-development drama, "American Pastoral." The project is based on Philip Roth's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel with an adapted screenplay written by John...
  • 9-year-old boy injured in fireworks accident in Garrett County

    9-year-old boy injured in fireworks accident in Garrett County
    A 9-year-old boy was badly burned over half of his body in Garrett County on the Fourth of July after a sparkler set fire to his shirt. The boy, whose name was not immediately released, was in critical condition in Western Pennsylvania Hospital in...