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  • Corbett and Wolf campaign ads heating up television airwaves this summer

    HARRISBURG — The Fourth of July fireworks had barely gone out when television airwaves crackled to life with sounds and sights of fall. "We've got a great vision for Pennsylvania," Republican Gov. Tom Corbett said as viewers saw farms, skylines and...
  • Tax inversion threaten states' revenue

    American companies that merge with foreign competitors to lower their federal taxes also cut their state taxes, leaving states to mostly watch helplessly as their tax revenue drains away. A rash of companies has been buying up foreign competitors and...
  • Want to buy a bridge? Pennsylvania still has 11 for sale

    HARRISBURG Pa. (Reuters) - Buying a bridge is not on most to-do lists, but anyone seeking a historic span need look no further than the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, which has 11 of them for sale. PennDOT is trying to save bridges on the...
  • It's in York's budget: $10,525 for beautification committee

    YORK — It costs about $10,525 to keep York County beautiful. At least, that is how much the county budgeted for its beautification committee this year. The line item, listed in the fiscal year 2015 budget under calendar program and environmental...
  • Feedback: Newport News theaters, Gaza and Bowe Bergdahl

    •Bruce: Subject: Fifes and Drums of Yorktown (York County Poquoson Section - 7/17/14), you should know better. Caitlin Chaloux graduated from York High School, not Yorktown High School. Editor: You are correct. We should have caught that error....
  • Reader feedback July 21: Boy Scouts' screening ineffective, vehicle crashes, old summer photos

    Former Boy Scout upset that warning wasn't heeded Keith Paré, 46, whose sexual abuse complaint in the 1980s spurred the Boy Scouts of America to ban a man from Scouting for life says he's "livid" that the same man — Thomas G. Seifert — was...
  • Dog attack victim victory in court is bad news for irresponsible dog owners

    This sort of thing has become so routine it's hardly news any more, but Monday's online version of The Philadelphia Inquirer carried a story about a dog that "resembles a pit bull" attacking and killing a 7-month-old child in Dayton, Ohio. It was...
  • Williamsburg book store wants Yorktown location

    Williamsburg book store wants Yorktown location
    Riverwalk Landing may get a book store. The Book Exchange of Williamsburg asked the York County Economic Development Authority for approval to lease the space vacated by Claire Murray Lifestyles in May. Kelsie Davis, owner of the Williamsburg business...
  • Tuesday's 7/8 local schedule (updated Tuesday AM)

    BASEBALL Coastal Plain League: Morehead City vs. Peninsula Pilots (at War Memorial Stadium), 7:05 International League: Durham at Norfolk, 7:05 Eastern League: Akron at Richmond, 7:05 LITTLE LEAGUE District 7 all-star tournament: Major baseball (at...
  • Allentown motel must reimburse Hurricane Sandy guests

    An Allentown motel will pay more than $10,000 to guests to settle claims that it was price gouging during Hurricane Sandy, the state attorney general said. During the storm, the Rodeway Inn — formerly the EconoLodge Motel — at 2115 Downyflake...
  • Hampton Bay Days poster winner announced

    HAMPTON — A pair of commercial fishing boats rest on a placid Chesapeake Bay in this year's winner of the Hampton Bay days poster contest. Artist Darlene Thiele Mundy used her childhood memories of the bay to craft her winning image. "Growing...