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EPA About to Rule on Dimock Water

03.05.12 | Bob Price

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's testing of scores of water wells will give residents of a small northeastern Pennsylvania village a snapshot of the aquifer they rely on for drinking, cooking and bathing.

Corbett Not Ready to Announce Support Yet in Presidential Race

03.01.12 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania holds its primary April 24. It's usually so far in the nominating season that votes don't have a significant impact on who the nominee will be. But with the roller coaster in the Republican race this year, Pennsylvania could play a ...

Pennsylvania benefits from Federal Healthcare Law

02.28.12 | Bob Price

Millions of Pa residents are taking advantage of the provisions of the federal healthcare law

Rick Santorum says Koran Apology was a Mistake

02.26.12 | Bob Price

Republican White House hopeful Rick Santorum says no apology was necessary for the Koran burning flap that has stoked anti-American fervor in the middle-east

Feds Investigate Penn State

02.24.12 | Jeremy Miller

Information of Officials Connected to Scandal Subpoenaed

National "Pray For Marriage Day"-- Just 2 Days Away

02.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Sunday is National Pray for Marriage Day. It's a movement to get couples to pray for God to impact marriage, pray for marriages in your commmunity, the future of marriage, and victory in lawsuits and legislation against traditional marriage. The ...

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 ...

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