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  • Jerry Sandusky alleged victim bullied and withdraws from high school

     
    One of Jerry Sandusky's alleged victims in the Penn State football scandal withdrew from high school in the middle of his senior year because the 17-year-old was being bullied reports Sara Ganim of The Patriot-News....
  • Pennsylvania's 2011 preliminary bear harvest by WMU and county

     
    According to the Pennsylvania Game Commission, the preliminary bear harvests by Wildlife Management Unit (with 2010 figures in parentheses) were: WMU 1A, 13 (11); WMU 1B, 60 (42); WMU 2A, 2 (1); WMU 2B, 1 (0): WMU 2C, 223 (307); WMU 2D, 150 (145); WMU 2E,...
  • House Democrats Call For Transportation Funding Fixes.

     
    A trio of state House Democrats say they want to jump start Pennsylvania's long-stalled debate on transporation funding. "This ought to be our No. 1 priority in 2012," Rep. Dan Frankel, D-Allegheny, said during a Capitol news conference this morning.........
  • Will Arizona debate pit Santorum against Gingrich, Romney or Satan?

     
    Newt Gingrich has been the most intriguing figure in the seemingly endless series of Republican presidential debates, especially in the early months of the campaign when he was trying to pull himself into contention. He's in that posture again now,......
  • Casey amendment could mean more money for PA bridges

     
    The long-delayed re-authorization of the law that provides most of the federal road, bridge and mass-transit funding for the states finally passed the Senate today. Though House approval is still required, an amendment tacked on by Sen. Bob Casey would...
  • State's Wildlife Leadership Academy seeks teens

     
    The Wildlife Leadership Academy is looking for youth ages 14-17 and teachers to serve as adult mentors for an educational program focusing on wildlife conservation and leadership development. The Academy’s mission is to empower youth to become...
  • Pharmacist, social worker, physican sanctioned by state licensing boards

     
    Here are the latest disciplinary actions announced by Pennsylvania's licensing boards against professionals who live and work in the Lehigh Valley area. The information is taken verbatim from the PA Department of State's website, where you can find all...
  • PIAA track & field records, Eric Futch

     
    Don’t look for Penn Wood’s Eric Futch to defend his 3A 300 hurdles title this weekend. He was disqualified from last weekend’s District One meet for “unsportsmanlike behavior.” The senior, while waiting for his gold medal...
  • Plan devised to stabilize crippled Japanese nuclear plant

    Plan devised to stabilize crippled Japanese nuclear plant
    The operator of the stricken Japanese nuclear power plant said Sunday that it hoped to stabilize the facility's reactors by the beginning of next year in a state known as a cold shutdown. The plan for the Fukushima Daiichi power plant is Tokyo Electric...
  • Polls: Obama On A Roll

    With just over three weeks until Election Day, the two presidential nominees appear to be on opposite trajectories, with Barack Obama gaining momentum and John McCain stalled or losing ground on a range of issues and personal traits, according to a...
  • State commission tackles school funding

    HARRISBURG — A state commission tasked with recommending a school funding formula heard testimony Wednesday about the history and complexity of paying for public education in Pennsylvania. The group of Corbett administration officials and...