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  • Exelon Nuclear Stations Well Prepared for Hurricane Sandy

    Exelon Nuclear Stations Well Prepared for Hurricane Sandy
    Exelon Generation's three nuclear power stations in Pennsylvania are well prepared for Hurricane Sandy as it moves up the Eastern Seaboard. Operators at Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Limerick Generating Station and Three Mile Island completed a...
  • Status of Roads in South Central PA in Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

    Status of Roads in South Central PA in Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy
    As dawn approaches on Tuesday morning, Oct. 30, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is dealing with about 160 closed roads in south central Pennsylvania as the result of Hurricane Sandy. Most of these roads are closed due to flooding. Downed...
  • Dauphin County and York County Road closures

    Dauphin County and York County Road closures
    Road closures for Dauphin and York Counties. Dauphin County Lower Paxton Township - Rt 22 West Bound left lane from Arooga's to Sheetz 2211 Parkway West-Wires Down Village Rd Irene to Ridgeview North Mountain Road at Blue Ridge 5900 Block Larue Street...
  • Power being restored, roads reopening in Central PA

    Power being restored, roads reopening in Central PA
    The weather is certainly different than the past several days. It's a bit raw outside but the rain and wind has slowed down considerably. But now is the hard part. The cleanup is underway across the area as power crews try and restore electricity to...
  • Heavy campaigning for presidential candidates in PA days before election

    Heavy campaigning for presidential candidates in PA days before election
    Pennsylvania is definitely in play in the upcoming presidential election, with 20 electoral votes at stake.  Both candidates are spending millions of dollars in ads here just this week.    They're also counting on local volunteers to push voters to...
  • Pa. 15th District Senate Race Focuses on Harrisburg's Challenges

    Pa. 15th District Senate Race Focuses on Harrisburg's Challenges
    The candidates in the race to succeed retiring state Sen. Jeff Piccola (R-15th) have engaged in one of the most fiercely fought races in Pennsylvania, attacking each other for weeks on air and in debates over issues directly impacting the Capital City....
  • Is Pennsylvania Really a Swing State in 2012?

    Is Pennsylvania Really a Swing State in 2012?
    With Labor Day behind us and the conventions nearly over, the fall political season begins in earnest. But, how much of a role will Pennsylvania play in determining the next president? According to some experts, absent a major gaffe or national crisis,...
  • Nighttime Traffic Lane Restrictions on Clarks Ferry Bridge over the Susquehanna River Starting Sunday Night

    Nighttime Traffic Lane Restrictions on Clarks Ferry Bridge over the Susquehanna River Starting Sunday Night
    Motorists are advised that Route 22/322 traffic on the Clarks Ferry Bridge over the Susquehanna River will be restricted to a single lane in one or both directions during the overnight hours for about two weeks, starting Sunday night, September 9....
  • Community Needs Study Highlights Uninsured, Child Obesity & Homelessness in Central PA

    Community Needs Study Highlights Uninsured, Child Obesity & Homelessness in Central PA
    Downtown Harrisburg has one of the highest rates of uninsured individuals in the state with 27% uninsured.   That's one of the findings from a community needs assessment.  The study was a collaborative effort by  Holy Spirit Health System, Penn State...
  • Senate Democrats Roll Out Child Abuse Fixes.

     
    State Senate Democrats This Morning ... ... said they'll push for the approval of more than a dozen proposals aimed at closing loopholes and increasing penalties in Pennsylvania's child abuse and sexual assault laws. "We can do better for our......
  • Monday Morning Coffee: A Quick Fill-Up On News.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The House is in for three days this week before the start of annual budget hearings. The Senate is not in voting session this week. There may be some who joke (like, say, us, for......