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All play a part in ‘Back to School’

August 22, 2014 This is a special time for parents, students and teachers. It’s time to go back to school. more »»

Cybercrime: A growing threat

August 21, 2014 Worrisome ... very worrisome. more »»

Governor hopefuls target middle class

August 19, 2014 By PETER JACKSON Associated Press HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania's middle class is getting a lot of attention from the gubernatorial candidates, especially on the subject of taxes, but the TV campaign... more »»

‘Do as I say not as I do’

August 19, 2014 By Gene Budig and Alan Heaps A recent report from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania sheds important and disturbing new light on racial and gender inequality in higher education. more »»

Our national GPS device

August 15, 2014 By ED FEULNER You’ve no doubt seen those polls where Americans are asked if they think our country is heading in the right direction. Perhaps you’ve even been asked that yoursel. more »»

Why government fails, and what we should do about it

August 15, 2014 By LEE H. HAMILTON As election season approaches, I’ve been pondering a crucial issue about the role of government in our society. more »»

Lower benefits, higher jobs

August 15, 2014 By LAWRENCE KUDLOW Neel Kashkari, the Republican candidate for governor of California, recently recounted in The Wall Street Journal his week on the streets of Fresno posing as a homeless man... more »»

Long agenda awaits legislators at session’s end

August 14, 2014 By MARK SCOLFORO Associated Press HARRISBURG — The halls of Pennsylvania’s ornate Capitol are quiet and fairly empty, leaving plenty of room for the few tourists to wander around now that lawmakers... more »»

Insights from a personal struggle with depression in wake of Robin Williams’ death

August 14, 2014 It was October of 2001 when I began my journey with depression. A freshman at Muhlenberg College, I had been “sad” before, but never like this. more »»

Welcome USCA competitors and visitors

August 12, 2014 Woodward Township and Lock Haven are fortunate to host this week’s United States Canoe Association National Canoe and Kayak Championships. more »»

It’s no misunderstanding: EPA overreach on Waters of the U.S. Rule

August 12, 2014 The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) regulatory attack on our economy in central and northwestern Pennsylvania has been growing for some time. more »»

A new Cold War?

August 11, 2014 mericans need to take more heed to what Russia and its dictator, Vladimir Putin, are doing to disrupt – and even ruin – our way of life. Let’s start with Russia hacking 1. more »»

Pa. needs to beef up Right-To-Know law

August 11, 2014 When it comes to open government, being ranked in the middle of the pack is never good enough. more »»

The trouble with banning trans fats

August 11, 2014 By ED FEULNER Like many Americans, you probably think it’s up to you to determine how healthy your diet is. Well, the Food and Drug Administration has a different idea. more »»

Applause, Applause!

August 9, 2014 Each Saturday, The Express community newspaper highlights people, groups and activities our readers deem worthy of applaus. more »»

Create better, stronger passwords

August 9, 2014 By ANICK JESDANUN AP Technology Writer With the recent news that a Russian hacker ring has amassed some 1. more »»

Is it a ‘myth’ Pa. can block drilling in Loyalsock State Forest?

August 8, 2014 By ANDREW STAUB www.paindependent.com A group of environmentalists and lawmakers gathered this week to deliver a plea to Gov. more »»

Taxing business won’t save students

August 6, 2014 By ELIZABETH STELLE SunnySide Supply, a safety equipment business in Washington County, Pa., is growing by leaps and bounds thanks to Marcellus Shale development. more »»

Shuster to meet with Altoona VA Medical Center over audit

August 6, 2014 By MARY HALEY For The Express ALTOONA - U.S. Rep. more »»

For the love of agriculture

August 5, 2014 he fertile Nittany Valley is an ideal setting for the annual Clinton County Fair. Meandering country roads. Livestock grazing in the fields. Tractors and horse-drawn buggies sharing the roads. more »»

 
 

 

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