Editorials
While many don't want summer to end, the start of high school football is nonetheless a welcome start of the transition to fall. The 2014 season opens tonight for Pennsylvania teams, and there are two important storylines for local squads. At Mount Carme (read more)
- Flora Malick of Shamokin arrived in New York City with 12 other women from the area, fresh from a 58-day tour of Europe. The highlight of the trip was an audience with Pope Pius X. - The business community was elated as the Philadelphia and Reading Coa (read more)
Two weeks ago, the cover story in Parade was all about "Main Street." The Sunday magazine announced its choice for "America's Best Main Street 2014" and provided advice to communities on how to improve their own downtown areas. For older local residents (read more)
It's pitched as a matter of prudent office management, but it's in fact a dangerous practice that flies in the face of transparent government. As reported recently by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, state agency employees in Pennsylvania, "from the governor (read more)
It's likely of little consolation to the family of Troy LaFerrara, but the public at large can be thankful defendants Miranda and Elytte Barbour have pleaded guilty in LaFerrara's murder. It ends the likelihood of a sensational, expensive trial that woul (read more)