Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Community and features | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
The $2B question has no answer in budget deal xx xx

November 16, 2015 By MARC LEVY Associated Press HARRISBURG — It is the $2 billion question: Which Pennsylvania homeowners will get the biggest benefit from a higher state sales tax? Gov. more »»

Are you ready?

November 16, 2015 Leaves are falling, frost is sticking, and winter is clearly on its way. more »»

Are you eligible for heating assistance?

November 16, 2015 Last winter, more than 33,000 PPL Electric Utilities customers got heating bill help worth more than $8.5 million through the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program. more »»

Bible digest

November 16, 2015 “Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanue. more »»

Central Mountain football: The ‘Rest of the Story’

November 14, 2015 By SCOTT NEFF Loganton Where, oh where, to begin? Judge not lest ye be judged? If you live in a glass house, don’t throw stones? Walk a mile in a man’s shoes before you tell him how he’s doing it... more »»

Bible digest

November 14, 2015 “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.” (2 Corinthians 5:17 AKJV) Jesus can give you a brand new life. more »»

Mark your calendars for ‘Garden Sense’ in January

November 14, 2015 I’m happy to report that the Penn State Master Gardeners of Clinton County are planning their second annual series of Garden Sense workshops to help gardeners and homeowners improve their yards and... more »»

The beginning, 182 years ago

November 14, 2015 Well, it’s that time of year again — early November. Which means I have to write about the founding of Lock Haven, the early days. The closest thing Lock Haven has to an official founding date is Nov. more »»

Reopen the Tiger Den

November 13, 2015 My wife and I signed Shannon Malone’s petition to reopen the Tiger Den playground. The school district closed it because they found vandalism and needles there. We built the playground in 2005. more »»

The state and its war on drugs

November 13, 2015 By KIMBERLY JOHNSON The War on Drugs has been a dismal failure. Most of the arrests for drugs in the United States are for marijuana possession. more »»

A message to Joe Facebook, Jane Twitter

November 12, 2015 By MIKE MYER Have you heard? The Beatles’ sons are forming a new band. Concert dates are yet to be announced. On a more important subject, Wisconsin Gov. more »»

Medicare announces ‘Part B’ premiums for outpatient care

November 12, 2015 By RICARDO ZALDIVAR Associated Press Most Medicare beneficiaries will keep paying the same monthly premium for outpatient care next year, the Obama administration sai. more »»

All about time

November 11, 2015 The visitors chattered, drawn out of their homes and shops by the warm temperature of a January day that forgot to be cold. But I paid them no heed. more »»

Where political discourse goes to die

November 10, 2015 Facebook attacks make some people feel like victims of a lynch mob. Political commentary isn’t pretty, but sometimes it goes too far. By CHRISTINE M. FLOWERS cflowers1961@gmai. more »»

Supreme Court likely to see changes after Democratic sweep

November 9, 2015 By MARK SCOLFORO Associated Press HARRISBURG — The results from Tuesday's state Supreme Court elections were barely in when triumphant Democrats began talking about what the court's new 5-2 majority... more »»

Facing the robot tsunami

November 9, 2015 Robots make the perfect employee. They don't complain, they don't get sick, and, as of this writing, they don't have babies. When robots can do the job in today's economy, they get the job. more »»

Beat the elite

November 9, 2015 We love to complain about elites, people who seem to have a special advantage, privileges in life. I get annoyed by the Kardashians and other spoiled rich kids. They didn't work for their wealth. more »»

Take-aways from Pa.’s election

November 6, 2015 By NICK FIELD Another election is in the books. As we survey things, let’s take a look at what we learne. more »»

How the NFL redefined the word ‘greed’ by charging the military to honor troops

November 6, 2015 By MAURY BROWN Sports loves to wrap themselves around the flag. The bigger the flag. The louder the flyovers. The weepier the salutes, the better. The NFL is certainly in the thick of this. more »»

Agency says low nursing home worker pay forces many to rely on public assistance

November 6, 2015 Despite generating $407 million in profit in 2014, up from $370 million the year before, Pennsylvania’s nursing home industry employs nearly 15,000 workers who must rely on public assistance to make... more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web