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The York Daily Record
W. Pa. Democratic Rep. Gary Haluska retiring
State Rep. Gary Haluska is retiring and will avoid running against another incumbent in western Pennsylvania's redrawn 72nd House District.
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The Times Leader
Senior rider declines not just in Luzerne County
Significant drops in senior citizen bus riders in other areas have prompted Luzerne County Transportation Authority Executive Director Stanley Strelish to question if the state has singled out his system for scrutiny and punishment.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Man Who Escaped from New Bethlehem Police Station Remains at Large
New Bethlehem Police Chief Scott Ryan told exploreClarion.com that the search continues for Michael J. Wholaver Jr., 26, of Westover.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
USS Somerset Becomes Floating Tribute To Flight 93 Victims
It's in memory of the people who lost their lives in the crash of Flight 93 on September 11th.
Jay Paterno makes debut at lieutenant governor debate
Former Penn State football assistant coach Jay Paterno spoke not one "Sandusky" as he made his debut debate along with candidates vying for the Democratic nomination for Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Tax Plan Could Curtail Advertising Deduction
Feb. 28--JOHNSTOWN -- Tax reform discussion draft proposals released by former Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus and House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp could, if eventually enacted, significantly change the way businesses can deduct advertising expenses.
Centre Daily Times
Philipsburg-Osceola issues 2-hour delay as wind chills plunge
Northern and western Centre County, northern Clinton County, and Clearfield and Cambria counties were under a wind chill advisory issued by the National Weather Service.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Lowmaster ring father gets 46 months in prison
Gerald Lowmaster, the father of the alleged leader of a major drug organization headquartered in Carrolltown, Cambria County, was sentenced Thursday to 46 months in a federal prison.
Convicted killer's execution delayed
A federal judge in Johnstown has delayed the execution of convicted child killer Stephen Rex Edmiston.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Wozniak backs Critz for Lt Gov
Last year, State Senator John Wozniak said he was considering running for Lieutenant Governor.
The Lebanon Daily News
Cops hope static leads to Pa. fire radio thieves
State police and the Federal Communications Commission have had it with the static - and other nonsense - being broadcast by whoever has stolen two-way radios from two southwestern Pennsylvania volunteer fire departments.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
The Lebanon Daily News
W. Pa. transit buses change routes due to potholes
The brutal winter has prompted pothole complaints across the state, but they're so bad in one western Pennsylvania town that the county transit agency is rerouting buses around one especially bad section of road.
Tuesday February 25 2014
AN 11 YEAR OLD CAMBRIA COUNTY BOY DIED AT PITTSBURGH'S CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL THIS WEEKEND FOLLOWING A FEBRUARY 18TH ACCIDENT.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Charge filed in hunting fatality
A misdemeanor charge has been filed against the man police said accidently shot and killed a friend during a hunting trip in December.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Inmate's death leads to lawsuit
The estate of a Northern Cambria man is suing Cambria County over his murder 19 months ago in the county prison in Ebensburg.
Aggravated assault charges against inmate tossed
A Blair County judge has dismissed three aggravated assault charges against a death row inmate accused of sucker-punching his Cambria County attorney in court last spring.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Governor signs execution warrant for convicted child-killer
Governor Tom Corbett today signed an execution warrant for Stephen Rex Edmiston, who was convicted of First Degree Murder for the malicious and gruesome murder of two-year-old Bobbi Jo Matthew in October of 1988.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Ice makes morning commute tough
"We were fortunate," said Allegheny Township Chief P. Richard Books said. "We had a couple of people who slid into snow banks and had to be pushed out."
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Tuesday February 18 2014
FLORIDA STATE PRESIDENT DR. ERIC BARRON HAS A NEW JOB. IN MAY, HE WILL BECOME THE 18TH PENN STATE PRESIDENT, REPLACING THE RETIRING RODNEY ERICKSON.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
With no action in Pa., here's what other states are doing to reform their booze laws: Monday Morning Coffee
Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. When he delivered his annual budget address to state lawmakers earlier this month.