The Pennsylvania House is looking into closing what some consider a loophole in the way hotel occupancy taxes are collected, allowing online travel companies to keep more of the money.
Gabriel Pilotti of West Vincent Township argued that he was justified in turning his shotgun on the two Bernese Mountain dogs because he thought they were after his sheep.
Their campaign against underage drinking is making inroads, says MADD’s national president Jan Withers.
Ask someone about the most important year of the tumultuous ’60s and it’ll probably come down to either 1963 or 1968. But author Byron Williams has made his choice.
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania is celebrating its new, $5.7-million look.
In 1992, his survey found, 78 percent of respondents said they planned to have or adopt children. In 2012, that dropped to 42 percent.
Pennsylvania is surprisingly a crime-filled place, at least according to a man who co-wrote a book compiling many of the incidents we don’t mention in polite company.
If you’re into photography, and not just selfies or pictures of your food, National Geographic has a contest that could be very valuable, maybe priceless.
Car versus deer collisions have been up in our region, but if you’re in one in Pennsylvania you may have a responsibility to the Game Commission.
Speakers denounced the 2010 “Citizens United” decision, which opened the floodgates for corporate (and, to a lesser extent, union) donations to political action committees.
Some bases have been restored, thanks to the recall.
Bruce Wayne Berry, Jr, says he was was intrigued by photographer Ross Ching’s Empty America series and the opening scenes in this summer’s Star Trek movie where all the vegetation was red.
For many people, the low-light of their work day is a dull, droning business meeting. If you are agree, you’re part of a massive waste of money and potential says a business consultant who has a plan to change that
Temeko Richardson’s “Get a Clue: 10 Steps to an Executive IQ,” springs not only from her business school days at University of Pennsylvania and Temple, but countless forays into businesses of all sizes.
Their message was against the ongoing shutdown of much of the federal government and in favor of the onset of the latest phase of Obamacare.