Sunday Mar 2
Scranton grant hearing rescheduled
The state Department of Community and Economic Development rescheduled a hearing on a city grant application from Monday to March 17 because of weather forecasts calling for a snowstorm Monday, officials said.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
As CASD's enrollment grows, so will schools
Ashlyn Juray, 10, and other students listen as Don Shoop a former Navy pilot talks to fifth-graders on his experience flying and about the zeppelin which fifth-graders made out of milk cartons at Ben Chambers Elementary in 2013.
Mills built Pennsylvania towns, fostered families
That's not to say Aliquippa's a ghost town, because beyond the shuttered storefronts of its downtown corridor remains a strong, proud populace that's endured the decline of the steel industry that fostered its very existence.
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Scranton hopes that a state grant to bolster salaries and staffing in the city's business administration office will also reduce a large backlog of Right to Know Law requests carried over from last year, a city official said Wednesday.
Wal-Mart to hire 300 for new Beaver County store
Walmart has announced it's ready to start hiring for it new store to open in Economy, Beaver County, this spring.
Eyewitness 1847: Harmonists' patriarch dies in unique town
Journalist Sara Jane Clarke provided one of the last written descriptions of George Rapp when she reported on the Harmonist town of Economy in the summer of 1847.
Mayor: Walmart Will Be Accepting Applications To Hire 300+ For Economy Borough Store
Walmart will soon be taking applications to fill over 300 positions for their new location in Economy Borough, according to the town's Mayor.
Local News for Saturday, February 8, 2014
GOV. TOM CORBETT IS DEFENDING HIS ADMINISTRATION'S PROJECTION OF A 4 PERCENT INCREASE IN REVENUE NEXT YEAR, WHICH WOULD BE THE BIGGEST SUCH INCREASE SINCE THE ECONOMY BEGAN RECOVERING FROM THE RECESSION IN 2009.