List by Category: Pennsylvania News

Buffalo, Williamsport, Erie, Altoona: Hit Hard With Post Office Changes

02.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

35-thousand postal workers across the country will be loosing their jobs, and hundreds are from New York and Pennsylvania. The U.S.P.S. told Congress last week it will loose 18-billion dollars a year unless it lowers delivery standards for first ...

Geneva College files suit over HealthCare law

02.22.12 | Bob Price

A Christian College in Pennsylvania is suing the federal government over the controversial contraception mandate by the Obama administration.

JoPa Memorobilia

02.21.12 | Bob Price

Materials bearing the likeness of the legendary football coach are no longer for sale at Penn State

Eminent Domain Halted On Gas Line Project In Northeast Pennsylvania

02.20.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A judge has issued a temporary order to halt construction and tree clearing in northern Pennsylvania's pristine Endless Mountains region, that's embroiled in a court fight over eminent domain. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ordered work to ...

P.A. To Vote On Tracking Your Prescription Drugs

02.20.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A Pennsylvania lawmaker wants to help identify addicts of prescription drug abuse with a database that would track the use of medications. House Bill 1651 will come up before the state house next month. If approved, it would add Pennsylvania to the ...

Rick Santorum May Not Win Pennsylvania

02.16.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Pundits say Rick Santorum may beat out Mitt Romney in the GOP race for President in Michigan. Michigan is the state where Romney was born. It looks like Santorum may loose his home state of Pennsylvania to Mitt Romney. Jim Lee of the Susquehanna ...

Mild Winter Is Easy on the Wallet

02.13.12 | Jeremy Miller

Warmer Temperatures Save Homeowners Money

Purple Squirrel In Jersey Shore

02.10.12 | Bob Price

Check out the Amazing animal discovery in Jersey Shore, Pa

Pennsylvania Cardinal's Death Investigated

02.10.12 | Jeremy Miller

The exact cause of Philadelphia Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua's death is under investigation. The 88-year-old Cardinal died on January 31st, just one day after a judge said he might have to testify in the child sex abuse trial of three priests. A ...

Gas Customer's Bills To Rise Statewide In Pennsylvania

02.08.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A bill authorizing a new charge on your gas bill is on its way to Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett's desk.  The bill will allow gas companies to add a charge of up to 5-percent of your bill in order to speed replacement of 12-thousand miles ...

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