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How about us older people?

September 6, 2014 By GENE A. BUDIG and ALAN HEAPS All of us are getting older, but those of us at the bottom of the actuarial tables face particular challenges. more »»

Good news: Marriage is challenging

September 6, 2014 I like good news, except when the good news turns out to be false. Recently it has been reported that we have been misled by social scientists for decades about the divorce rate in the United States. more »»

Bible digest

September 6, 2014 “And he withdrew himself into the wilderness, and prayed.” (Luke 5:16 AKJV) If Jesus took the time to pray, we certainly need to do the same and more so. more »»

Applause, Applause!

September 6, 2014 Each Saturday, The Express community newspaper highlights people, groups and activities our readers deem worthy of applause. more »»

The man of many names

September 6, 2014 June 25, 1896 was an undeniably busy time for the Lock Haven police — it was the day they caught a notorious forger. It had begun some years earlier. David Frazer of Elmira, N.Y. more »»

In Pa., buying beer out of state makes you a bootlegger

September 5, 2014 By ANDREW STAUB Adam Vickers is a just a regular guy who works for a general contractor and sometimes takes the back way home from work in Maryland. more »»

Susquehanna Smallmouth: Our canaries in the water

September 4, 2014 By JOHN MESSEDER Last week, I took my granddaughter and her best friend to the local swimming pool. more »»

Out of control

September 3, 2014 By TOM HORTON Losing farmland. For decades around the Chesapeake Bay that’s been as sure a bet as death and taxes. It’s a significant part of how Virginia and Pennsylvania figure to meet U.S. more »»

GOP hopes to keep power under new redistricting

September 3, 2014 By MARK SCOLFORO Associated Press For the past 3 1/2 years, Republicans have controlled all three power centers in Pennsylvania government — the governorship, both chambers of the Legislature and a... more »»

Toomey’s take: Sarah’s victory

September 2, 2014 In the summertime, kids are typically found outside. My two older children, Bridget and Patrick, ride bikes and swim. Other kids practically live at the baseball diamond or basketball court. more »»

Should companies have to pay U.S. taxes?

September 2, 2014 Reading companies’ annual reports to the Securities and Exchange Commission is a reliable cure for insomnia. Every so often, though, there is a significant revelation in the paperwork. more »»

The smallness of being in economy class

September 2, 2014 By FROMA HARROP Americans are in the dumps about their future. What does that have to do with legroom in economy class? Everything. more »»

Back to school . . . and to widening inequality

September 1, 2014 By Robert B. Reich American Voices American kids are, for the most part, back to school. But the schools they’re heading back to differ dramatically by family incom. more »»

Labor Day assignment: Educating the uninformed

August 30, 2014 It’s Labor Day weekend, the schools have been in session about a week, and the disgruntled voices of a minority drone on. more »»

Support Jaycees and 44th annual Labor Day Regatta

August 29, 2014 The Lock Haven Area Jaycees’ rollercoaster ride in regard to challenges with finances and membership have been well documented over the past two years. more »»

More American colleges are mixing beer and football at stadiums

August 28, 2014 By ERIC OLSON AP College Football Writer Walk through the tailgate area at a college football stadium, and beer drinking is as common a sight as fans adorned in jerseys of their favorite players. more »»

Study: Social media users shy away from opinions

August 28, 2014 By ANNE FLAHERTY Associated Press People who use Facebook and Twitter are less likely than others to share their opinions on hot-button issues, even when they are offline, according to a surprising... more »»

Proceed with caution with game lands fee

August 27, 2014 If you don’t have a hunting license, should you be able to use Pennsylvania’s 308 game lands for free? That’s the question the Pennsylvania Game Commission is studyin. more »»

College depression

August 26, 2014 By JEREMY BAMIDELE The string of school shootings has inspired school administrators to start taking a closer look at mental illness and the dangers it cause when left unchecked. more »»

How parents juggle work hours may influence kids’ weight

August 21, 2014 By MATT SWAYNE The way parents balance their work schedules may affect their adolescent children’s eating habits, according to Penn State University researchers. more »»



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