President Donald Trump possesses a style described by friends as virile and intuitive, and by foes as oafish and oblivious. Some see him as a breath of fresh air, with a disarming directness, while others consider him a blustering bully with the grace of a pile of crumbling cement blocks cas…
The recently released U.S. Census Bureau data on 2016 population growth in cities and their outlying areas arrives at one inescapable conclusion: suburban communities which once offered relief from overcrowded urban areas are rapidly growing. And with that growth comes more urban sprawl. Lar…
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Many people in my hometown have been freaking out over their property tax appraisals, so it was timely that I discovered a Motley Fool article titled “Why Property Taxes Are The Most Hated Levy In America.”
Isn’t it awesome how Donald Trump brings people together, bridges the partisan divide, and inspires political parties to set aside their differences and unite for the good of the nation?
Michelle Obama was a very good first lady. To some, she was one of the best. She should be remembered fondly, even by those who did not vote for her husband.
The world is changing a lot faster than people can comprehend. The old ways are changing. They’re being replaced by Internet-based systems, the gig economy, and smart technology. For those on the cusp of this new economic order, that’s great news.
“Parades, mattress sales and burgers on the grill are all nice, but I feel we should do more to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.”
This year I have again not been asked to deliver any commencement addresses. Nevertheless, as in the past, I will use this space to share my wisdom with the latest crop of graduates.
She was a virgin when he raped her, impregnated her, and then beat her. She miscarried. A devout Catholic, she mourned her own pain less than that lost life. No amount of comfort from the priest made her tears stop flowing, but she resolved that it wouldn’t happen again. She went to the poli…
Nominees for Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet’s Alumni of the Year represent dancers, business owners and community leaders from both near and far.
If I were Donald Trump’s chief of staff, I’d just break his thumbs.
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Authorities say law enforcement officers shot and killed a man in eastern Pennsylvania who was wanted in an arson at a New Jersey motel — and being sought for questioning in a double slaying there. State police say the 53-year-old Philadelphia man was spotted in Wyomissing on Thursday evening. They say he had “a rifle with a scope across his chest” and was shot and killed by officers. He was wanted in a Monday arson at a Gloucester, New Jersey motel and was wanted for questioning in a double slaying in another room there. Police said the same person shot two people on a Philadelphia porch Thursday afternoon.
Horse racing’s new anti-doping program has been put on hold for 30 days. A federal judge in Texas ordered the Horseracing Integrity and Safety Authority to stop enforcing its rules involving medications and illegal drugs until May 1. The National Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association and the state of Texas had sought an emergency injunction. Those groups argued that typically there's a 30-day waiting period before new rules are implemented. U.S. District Court Judge James Wesley Hendrix agreed. HISA had begun enforcing the new rules this week, but now must hold off.
A woman pulled alive from the rubble of a Pennsylvania chocolate factory after an explosion that killed seven co-workers says her arm caught fire as flames engulfed the ruined building — and then she fell through the floor into a vat of liquid chocolate. Patricia Borges (BOHR'-hez) recounted her terrifying brush with death and her miraculous survival to The Associated Press. Borges says she and others had complained about a gas odor about 30 minutes before the factory blew up. She is angry the factory didn’t immediately evacuate its workers. She broke her collarbone and both heels and faces a long recovery.
The March 24 blast at R.M. Palmer killed seven of Borges’s co-workers and injured 10. Federal, state and local investigations are underway.
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Stelzer, who owns Top Gun Staffing Inc., filed tax forms with the Internal Revenue Service in January 2016 where he under-reported gross receipts for the business, and misrepresented its income.
State Police responded to the 4100 block of Enola Road in Upper Frankford Township around 8:10 a.m. for a domestic-related stabbing, Public Information Officer Megan Frazer said in a news release.
State Police investigating phone calls involving false threats of an active shooter situation made to several schools in Pa. Wednesday
Police officials said the phone calls were made to several schools in different counties.
William Ross, 39, was arrested Friday and charged with felony child pornography, two counts of photographing, filming, or depicting on computer sex act and criminal use of a communication facility.
Fetterman's office said he is back home in Braddock, in western Pennsylvania, with his depression “in remission” and gave details on his treatment.
Crews served as a political consultant during the May 2019 primary, where he worked with several Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas and Philadelphia Municipal Court candidates.
“This is ARPA money,” DA Sean McCormack said. “This is the opportunity to get this. I don’t believe that this $1.5 million is going to be sitting out there again, at least, I don’t see it in the foreseeable future.”
It was not immediately clear when Fetterman will leave Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where he checked in Feb. 15.