Pa. lawmakers seek to end tipped minimum wage
Two state senators plan to introduce legislation that would bring an end to the so-called "tipped minimum wage" in Pennsylvania.
Police report various incidents
Dec. 27 to Feb. 26, Police reported taht an unknown actor entered a farm house at the intersection of Sulky and Funston Roads belonging to Harold Gardner, of Milliville, and took various copper plumbing and several decorative wooden picture frames.
Spiking Electric Rates Have Harrisburg Buzzing
Frigid weather this winter has resulted in more than cabin fever for some Pennsylvania electric customers.
Following is a listing of executive, legislative and judiciary action for the week of Feb. 24. Members of the General Assembly are set to return to session March 10. Gov. Tom Corbett signed into law SB 1024, legislation that amends the Crimes Code to create the new offense of aggravated arson - a first-degree felony - where a fire is set with the ... (more)
Bills in Pa., N.J. would open adoption records
Not knowing the identity of her real mother was always a painful, unresolved issue, but when Susan Perry was diagnosed with melanoma, finding out became a medical necessity.
Eric Nagy's 'hybrid photos' blend old and new Philadelphia
SCROLLING through the news on Yahoo one day, Eric Nagy stumbled upon a black-and-white image from World War II.
Purchase agreements for CYS questioned at Mifflin County Commissioners meeting
Some routine purchase of service agreements for the Mifflin County Children & Youth Department came under scrutiny at Thursday's business meeting of the Mifflin County Commissioners.