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Supply chain operator in central PA is hiring

10.26.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

As the holidays approach, Geodis says it's looking to fill over 1,400 positions for the season at the Carlisle and Chambersburg facilities.  Folks hired will get e-commerce shipments to customers. The company is looking for full and...

PA turkey hunting starts Sat. for most of state

10.26.18 | Terry Diener

Last year’s fall harvest of 9,266 was down from 10,844 in 2016 and was 37% below the previous three-year average. Unlike the spring turkey season, in which hunters are permitted to harvest only bearded birds, any turkey can be harvested in...

Survivors of child sex abuse have rallied in PA's capital

10.25.18 | Bill Price

They called on Republican senators to "get-behind" a bill that would give victims a two-year window to file lawsuits. The Senate left Harrisburg last week without voting on it. Existing state law gives victims 'til the age of 30 to sue. The...

Corbett returns to Harrisburg for portrait unveiling

10.25.18 | Terry Diener

Tom Corbett, the former Republican Pennsylvania governor, recounted some of the highlights of his four years in office, ending in 2015, including a multibillion-dollar transportation bill and an effort to attract a massive natural gas processing...

Vice President Pence is in PA today

10.24.18 | Brandon Dickson

He'll be campaigning for two commonwealth congressmen coming up this afternoon. The V.P. will appear at a rally with Representatives Scott Perry and Lloyd Smucker at the Lancaster airport. Perry is running against George Scott in the 10th...

Voter registration in PA is up this year

10.24.18 | Terry Diener

According to archived Pennsylvania registration data going back to 1998, Democrats, Republicans and unaffiliated or third-party voters’ registration increased during 2018, which didn’t happen for any other midterm for at least the...

Elder abuse is on the rise

10.23.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

In Dauphin County, elder abuse is up 17% since 2016. A couple was charged this month with felony theft for taking over $153,000 from the husband's father by using his credit card for years without his knowledge. Robert Burns with the area...

Putting the "Pence" in Pennsylvania politics

10.23.18 | Brandon Dickson

The vice president will be making a campaign stop in northeastern Pennsylvania Wednesday. Mike pence will be vouching for Republican John Shrin in his bid to unseat Democratic U.S. Representative Matt Cartwright. Today, the president's son...

Feds funnel funds to PA for flood damage

10.22.18 | Brandon Dickson

Torrential rains destroyed homes, washed away roads, and carried away cars in the midstate. And now, the Small Business Administration has approved Governor Wolf's request for a disaster declaration making an array of low-interest loans...

PA's Casey & Barletta spar in their first debate for U.S. Senate

10.22.18 | Brandon Dickson

The hour-long debate in Philly over the weekend touched on health care, abortion rights, and the economy under President Trump before ending in a personal and emotional exchange. In his closing statement, Barletta raised the matter of a Casey...

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