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The Flemington Red Eyes

March 22, 2014 It’s 2014, the year of anniversaries. Clinton County turns 175 this year. Chapman Township celebrated 195 with a bonfire, and Wayne Township has a celebration coming up. more »»

There is a fix for what ails Congress

March 21, 2014 By LEE H. HAMILTON These are hard times for Congress. Its approval ratings have seen a bump from their historic lows of a few months ago, but it’s a small one. more »»

In search of wisdom

March 20, 2014 GUEST COLUMNIST DR. DANIELA RIBITSCH In ancient Greece, from around 1400 B.C. to 381 A.D. more »»

Rural community college legislation passes state Senate

March 20, 2014 From the Office of State Sen. more »»

Gov. Corbett’s Ready to Learn agenda continues investment in students

March 19, 2014 By CAROLYN C. DUMARESQ, Ed.D. Acting Pa. Secretary of Education Investing in Pennsylvania’s children is an investment in their futures and the future of the Commonwealth. Go. more »»

In defense of compassion:

March 19, 2014 (Writer’s Note:?The community issues surrounding the care of unwanted animals will be further explored in a series of upcoming articles. more »»

Motor vehicle fees to rise in Pa. starting April 1

March 18, 2014 By GERRY WEISS Erie Times-News www.goerie. more »»

Democrat Hanger out of governor race

March 17, 2014 By PETER JACKSON Associated Press Marijuana was the issue that set John Hanger apart from the other Democratic candidates for governor. more »»

Applause, Applause!

March 15, 2014 Each Saturday, The Express community newspaper highlights people, groups and activities our readers deem worthy of applaus. more »»

Closing office not exactly civil service

March 14, 2014 (Express Editor’s Note: Pennsylvania does operate a Civil Service examination site at 8 North Grove St., Suite H, Back Door, in Lock Haven. more »»

Recreation for them means recreation for you

March 13, 2014 Clinton County residents have to like the direction that is being taken by various local governments and agencies when it comes to rural recreation. more »»

Public investment in higher education is at stake here

March 12, 2014 e say, rather emphatically, “no” to any proposal to dismantle the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education by allowing the larger of PSSHE’s 14 universities to secede. more »»


March 10, 2014 JOHNSTOWN — When a third-party power generation supplier tempted Robin Hagins with a low rate in 2012, it was too good to pass up. Then, this winter, temperatures plummeted. more »»

Applause, Applause! March 8, 2014

March 8, 2014 Each Saturday, The Express community newspaper highlights people, groups and activities our readers deem worthy of applause. To Central Mountain Wildcat swimmers. more »»

Municipalities should not overlook property maintenance codes

March 7, 2014 It’s been a very long and cold winter. And no one should be shaking in their own dwellings through these blasted, frigid temperatures. more »»

Gambling expansion not a sure bet

March 5, 2014 Gambling in Pennsylvania usually entails risk only for the customer. He or she puts up money; the casinos, the lottery and the state government take it. more »»

Public pensions cast long shadow over Pa. budget

March 4, 2014 A major challenge facing Pennsylvania Gov. more »»

Handicapped parking abusers

March 1, 2014 I’m not crying for sympathy or asking for something that I am not entitled to. more »»

Some food for thought

March 1, 2014 By RALPH DOTTERER JR. The winter of 2014 can’t come to an end soon enough for most of us. more »»

Together, we can make a difference

February 28, 2014 An arctic start to 2014 has brought record-breaking temperatures and snowfall to eastern and central Pennsylvania. more »»



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