List by Category: Pennsylvania News

New York, P.A. Have Nature Hikes Scheduled Across Both States On New Year's Day

12.29.11 | Sarah Harnisch

There will be 29 different hikes across both states, and we have an interactive map to link you to them.

In 117 Years Of Record Keeping, 2011 Was The Wettest Year Pennsylvania Has Ever Seen

12.29.11 | Sarah Harnisch

Just exactly how much rain did the state log for the year? The totals are in... and they beat out Hurricane Agnes in '72.

December Is The Biggest Month of The Year For Wedding Proposals

12.28.11 | Sarah Harnisch

39-percent of all proposals take place between November and February, but Christmas Day is still the number one choice for grooms and brides to be.

2011 Gas Prices Nailed New Yorkers and Pennsylvanians

12.27.11 | Sarah Harnisch

The average household spent over 41-hundred dollars filling up this year, or 8-percent of their annual income.

The Swine Flu Is Back... in Pennsylvania

12.26.11 | Sarah Harnisch

More then a dozen new cases have been logged-- and at least one was in P.A.

New P.A. Driving Law Goes Into Effect This Weekend

12.22.11 | Sarah Harnisch

It means a teen can be pulled over if they have too many people in the car, as of Saturday.

Former P.A. Senator Rick Santorum Could Be The Next Mike Huckabee

12.21.11 | Bob Price, Sarah Harnisch

Experts are predicting he has the possibility of taking the Iowa caucuses January 3rd.

New Teen Driving Law in Pennsylvania

12.20.11 | Bob Price

There’s a new present behind the wheel this Christmas for Pennsylvania teen drivers, stricter laws for their safety.

New York, Pennsylvania Post Offices To Stay Open A Few Extra Months

12.14.11 | Sarah Harnisch

Hundreds were slated to close because of postal service budget cuts.

Pennsylvania House Passes Bill To Regulate Abortion Clinics

12.14.11 | Sarah Harnisch

It will make abortion clinics subject to unannounced inspections.

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