List by Category: Pennsylvania News

To bail out or not bail out nuclear power? That’s the question at the Pa Capitol

06.01.17 | Bob Price

Three Mile Island has been a powerful presence in the Midstate. It employs nearly 700 people and nuclear provides 37 percent of Pennsylvania’s power. It’s reliable energy. It does not emit greenhouse gases. It’s in...

Bill Byham, Sportscaster and LLWS Announcer, Dead at 88

06.01.17 | Bob Price

Family and friends are mourning a man who was a sports fixture in central Pennsylvania. Bill Byham died Tuesday. Byham was a sportscaster and announcer at Little League World Series games. In fact, the press section at Volunteer Stadium in...

Time is running out for Pennsylvanians who wanna pay their back taxes without penalties

05.31.17 | Bob Price

The state's tax amnesty program ends at midnight June 19th. Already, the state has received more than 21,000 applications worth an estimated $72 million.

A moving military tribute is underway at PA's Gettysburg National Cemetery

05.31.17 | Terry Diener

One Hundred Nights of Taps runs between Memorial Day and Labor Day to honor those who have served the United States from the Civil War to modern times. The event’s founder has some lofty goals for the future. Wendy Allen would like to...

PA officials have sounded the "all clear" for a new college

05.30.17 | Bob Price

Education officials in Harrisburg have green-lighted the creation of a new college for students in nine rural counties of northwestern and north-central Pennsylvania. The low-cost instruction will serve the educational needs of students that...

A PA youth sports fanatic is helping to organize a flag football league and says it's all about evangelism

05.30.17 | Bob Price

Mark Boyer with Community Baptist Church in Montoursville says in this league the ball is the bait for reaching kids and adults for Christ.The Christ-centered, summer flag football league in the Williamsport area is for boys and girls from...

Restaurant Raises Money For Veterans

05.29.17 | Bob Price

We honor the men and women who lost their lives serving our country as part of Memorial Day. In Snyder County, that remembrance got underway a little early as people came out to help vets returning home to Pennsylvania. Once you pull into the...

Wolf signs Real ID law, expects new licenses in 2019

05.29.17 | Bob Price

Gov. Wolf has signed legislation that brings Pennsylvania into compliance with the 2005 Real ID law enacted following the Sept. 11 terror attacks. That law requires driver's licenses and ID cards to have security enhancements and to be issued to...

Fifth Annual Lackawanna County Job Fair

05.26.17 | Bob Price

People in search of a new job along with employers looking to fill hundreds of positions converged on PNC Field in Lackawanna County. The fifth annual Lackawanna County Job Fair was held Thursday at the stadium in Moosic. 78 companies...

Pittsburgh ranks in top 10 cities to start your career

05.26.17 | Bob Price

For graduates looking for some free advice, a new survey says Pittsburgh is a good place to start your career.   The survey also mentions nine other cities to consider, and ten places that don't fare so well for young people, but hey...

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