Friday Aug 22
A Conversation With Garry Wills
Garry Wills, emeritus professor of history at Northwestern University and Pulitzer Prize winner for "Lincoln at Gettysburg: The Words That Remade America," is, in addition to being a historian and journalist, a lover and scholar of Shakespeare.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Correction: Retired Priest-Abuse story
In a story Aug. 18 about a retired priest accused of molesting a child in the early 1960s in western Pennsylvania, The Associated Press reported erroneously that he now resides at a home for retired priests in the Boston area.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Retired priest. 86, accused of abuse in Western Pa.
Bishop David Zubik also urged anyone who attended St. Michael Parish in Elizabeth – or five other Pittsburgh-area parishes through 1972 – of the allegations.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Erie Times News
Catch Playhouse's monster hit, 'Young Frankenstein'
Richard Davis' dynamic direction breathes fresh life into the wonderfully weird and wacky humor of "Young Frankenstein," now on stage at the Erie Playhouse.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Prison for former Traffic Court judge
Former Philadelphia Traffic Court Judge Robert Mulgrew was sentenced Wednesday to 21/2 years in prison on federal fraud and tax-evasion charges, two weeks after he dodged a potential conviction in a separate ticket-fixing conspiracy case.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Getting a leg (or ankle) up on crooked pols
It has been widely reported that the City of London is tackling hooliganism on the public streets triggered by repeated bouts of inebriation with a pilot program that compels offenders to wear an ankle tag that monitors their boozing.
Free Ticket Tuesday: Dinner theater with 'The Bard's Broads'
The 2013 cast of "The Bard's Broads." All but Anna Gamel are returning. Photo courtesy of TheatreNOW "The Bard's Broads" return to TheatreNOW this weekend, and owner Alisa Harris has offered up a couple of tickets to the Aug. 8 opening night of the dinner theater show for this week's Free Ticket Tuesday.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Millsboro man sinks first hole-in-one
Millsboro resident William "Bill" Erlte sunk his first hole-in-one at Butler's Woodside Course in Elizabeth, Pa., Saturday, July 26. Bill did not realize the ball had rolled in the hole but soon started jumping up and down like a kid at Christmas when he was informed it went in.