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Montgomery County (Pennsylvania)

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  • Kathleen Kane sworn in as PA's new state Attorney General.

     
    Vowing to roll up her sleeves and “just get it done,” Kathleen G. Kane was sworn into office as Pennsylvania’s new attorney general on Tuesday, becoming the first woman and the first Democrat to serve as the state’s top law......
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Casey says gun control measures wouldn't infringe on 2d Amendment rights.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Felow Seekers. With President Barack Obama set to unveil his new gun-control proposals, U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., said proposals to ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines would not infringe on gun owners' rights. Casey,...
  • Accusations of unlicensed dentistry should move you to verify professionals' licenses

     
    A pending case in Montgomery County is extreme, but it should give you something to think about before your next trip to the dentist, doctor, accountant, therapist or other professional. Authorities say a dental assistant and a receptionist at a......
  • Corbett looking for second term

     
    Yo! Gov. Tom Corbett apparently is running again for the right to be Gov. He was here Thursday in the Lehigh Valley. The day before he was touring Hershey Medical Center in Dauphin County. On Friday he was at a......
  • Corbett Administration Resignation

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett announced Monday that Inspector General Kenya Mann Faulkner has resigned to become the University of Cincinnati’s top lawyer. Faulkner, 45, of Ambler, Montgomery County, will become general counsel at the Ohio university. Her...
  • Castor plays politics with education

     
    Yo! The Republican thorn in the Republican Gov. Tom Corbett’s side has stuck again. The latest political barbs from Montgomery County Commissioner Bruce Castor center on the national Common Core education standards. But nearly every paragraph in...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Senate panel drops statewide board from charters bill.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The state Senate tweaked a charter schools reform bill last night, dropping language that would have created a statewide authorizing board for the alternative public schools. The amended bill kicked out of the...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Tributes pour in for the late Arlen Specter.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Former U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter, D-Pa., who died Sunday at age 82 from complications from non-Hodgkins lymphoma is being remembered this morning as a towering figure in Pennsylvania politics. Our Washington colleague...
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Pa. families booted from Medicaid can rejoin.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. More than 100,000 Pennsylvania households who were booted from Medicaid in an effort to purge the program of waste will have a chance to have their benefits reinstated, the AP reports this morning. Attorneys tell......
  • PennDOT issues new travel restrictions. #frankenstorm

     
    Hot Off The Presses. This came in over the transom a couple of minutes ago: Harrisburg – Due to the dangerous wind speeds associated with Hurricane Sandy, beginning at 12:30 p.m. today the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and the....
  • Monday Morning Coffee: The Final Push --- the Battle for the 'Burbs.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We never thought we'd hear ourselves say this, but Pennsylvania, thank you for being the stick-in-the-mud, stuck-in-your-ways kind of state that's driven us batty for more than a decade. That's because the state's...