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Independent hopefuls may widen gubernatorial field
HARRISBURG – Just when Pennsylvania voters were getting used to the idea of a gubernatorial election showdown between Republican incumbent Tom Corbett and Democratic challenger Tom Wolf, other hopefuls may soon be joining the fray.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Locals explore York County water features, music, art during Pond Experience
A pair of koi fish swim alongside lily pads in The Pond Experience's Portrait of Paradise stop on Barshinger Avenue in York Township on Saturday.
Personal care an option for Alzheimer's and dementia patients
For the last 20 years, Nancy Haney has operated a personal care home in Rices Landing, Greene County, caring for people who can't care for themselves.
Oil, gas boom taps rush of ordinances and bans across the U.S.
Residents living in the Windsor Hills neighborhood of unincorporated Los Angeles County suspect damage to their homes may have been caused by possible fracking done in the Inglewood Oil Field, foreground.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Strained relationship between Corbett, Legislature not new
Poking and prodding the Legislature to act on pension reform, Gov. Tom Corbett urged lawmakers to shorten their summer break and come back to the Capitol early.
a Pride Festival of Central PAa Attracts Hundreds to Downtown Harrisburg
Hundreds of people made their way to Riverfront Park in Harrisburg Saturday for the 23rd annual Pride Festival of Central PA.
The Detroit News
Son: Late Penn State coach Joe Paterno feared wrongly accusing Sandusky
Harrisburg, Pa. -- Former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno told his son the day after his firing that he hadn't informed the coaching staff about allegations Jerry Sandusky may be a child molester because he was unsure whether they were true, Jay Paterno writes in a new book.
The Lebanon Daily News
A look at Gov. Tom Corbett's pension push and what some Pa. voters say about it
Gov. Tom Corbett has been stressing pension reform in recent campaign appearances as he tries to convince voters to give him a second term.
The York Daily Record
US judge denies Spanier bid to halt criminal case
A federal judge in Pennsylvania said Friday she will not halt the criminal case against former Penn State president Graham Spanier, who is accused of a criminal cover-up of child sex abuse complaints against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
HACC Highlights: The American dream realized
In 1934, German immigrants Franz "Frank" Elsner Sr. and his wife, Johanna Elsner, founded Elsner Engineering Works with their very first machine development project, a slicer for the potato chip industry.
Centre Daily Times
Their View | The hard truth of pension reform
With combined debts approaching $50 billion, the Public School Employees Retirement System and State Employees Retirement System are in trouble.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Sign Installation To Close I-476 SB Sunday Between Lansdale And Mid-County
A 13-mile stretch of the Northeastern Extension will be closed southbound for six hours Sunday, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission said.
The York Daily Record
Martin Library's free lunch program serves up hot, healthy meals
Diamond Laureano, 9 of York, left, eats lunch at Martin Library with her brother Juan Rosario, 11, second from left, and sister Summer Laureano, 13, far right, on Wednesday.
Fire damages Harrisburg apartment building
Fire Chief Brian Enterline said the fire at 1851 Whitehall Street caused significant heat and smoke damage to the first-floor apartment where it started Thursday evening, and the contents were a total loss.
Explosion levels York County home
No one was injured when a suspected gas explosion leveled a York County house early Thursday because the family of five who lived there was not home.
Back Talking Goats
Originally from Reading, PA, he has considered Harrisburg home for many years, and is related, according to family folklore, to John Harris, founder of Harrisburg.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Throwback Thursday: Remember the Gazebo Room Restaurant and its house Greek salad dressing?
The modest establishment sat at the corner of North Second and Locust streets and served mountainous Greek salads for two, snapper soup, wings, crab cake sandwiches and martinis.
Harrisburg man tried to ditch cocaine during high speed chase, subdued with Taser, police say
A Harrisburg man who police said was trying to destroy cocaine during a high speed chase with police late last week had to be subdued with a Taser.
Collector car auction comes to Harrisburg
If you're a car love looking for a vintage ride, the four-day Mecum Auction Show at the Pennsylvania Farm show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg is the place to be.