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  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The Thursday Five.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We're a little under-caffeinated this morning, so we'll dispense with the usual preambles and formalities and just dive right into the Top Five stories making news this 19th day of April. 1. For the second......
  • GOP Senate sends its budget to the state House.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett weighed in Wednesday on the $27.6 billion budget backed by fellow Republicans in the state Senate, warning that even though the state has some extra money in its pocket, it’s still going to finish the fiscal year......
  • Guess how much behind Jon Gosselin is in child support?

     
    Jon Gosselin, the Berks County father of eight, owes more than $3,500 in back child support according to the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare. Jon's name and the amount he reportedly owes - $3557.06 - appears in a list of......
  • Kate Gosselin starts new job

     
    Working reality hit Kate Gosselin Wednesday when she went to Whiting, Ind., just outside Chicago to discuss her new coupon blog with the team at CouponCabin.com which runs an online coupon website. The Berks County mom was laying out the......
  • Bills Before State House Would Close PA Megan's Law Loopholes.

     
    The state House is set to vote this week on legislation that would make sure Pennsylvania meets national standards to register and track sex offenders -- or risk the loss of federal grant money if it does not. But juvenile justice advocates are protesting...
  • A Pennsylvania Society Geography Lesson.

     
    The annual Pennsylvania Society weekend is about many things. And nearly all of them involve some variation on glad-handing, networking, celebrating and socializing. Also food and alcohol — lots of food and alcohol, paid for out of campaign money,...
  • U.S. Senate Candidates Don't Debate, So Much As Agree.

     
    NEW YORK — Republican primary voters looking to draw a bright line between the Republican candidates looking to unseat U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., next year may have to do some further digging. There were flurries of agreement — but......
  • The Top 5 Political Stories Of 2011: No. 4 Maps and Legends.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Our countdown of the year's top political stories continues this morning with a geography lesson. Or, more specifically, a lesson about the inherently political nature of mapmaking in Pennsylvania. To quickly...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Let The Games Begin.

     
    Happy New Year to you and yours. It's the first Tuesday in January, which means the state House technically returns to town today for a token session. As our colleague Mary Wilson at WITF-FM in Harrisburg reports this morning, it's likely to be over...
  • Republicans Wrangle In Hershey Over Senate Endorsement.

     
    HERSHEY _ Pennsylvania Republicans spent their winter meeting Saturday deeply embroiled over whether to endorse a candidate for U.S. Senate. Members of the Republican State Committee came into the Saturday session at the Hershey Lodge deeply divided...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Legislative Retirements Update.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. With the legislative petitioning process underway, but also existing in some bizarre kind of limbo, now seemed as good a time as any to update the list of lawmakers who have decided to call it......