10 hrs ago
Ranging from fun, bright, conversational and approachable to dark, deep and sensual, Justin is an extremely versatile talent who takes direction well.
17 hrs ago
Chambersburg Public Opinion
T.R. Williams retains majesterial district judge seat
Incumbent Todd T.R. Williams, Jr. won the magistrial district judge race for District 39-3-04 over challenger Ginger Rowe with 1,142 votes on the Republican ticket and 410 votes on the Democratic ticket.
22 hrs ago
Live Design Online
2013 Meyer Sound Scholarship Winners Announced
Meyer Sound and Live Design are pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 John and Helen Meyer Scholarship to the Live Design Broadway Sound Master Classes .
Air & Space
Earth-Like Planets Could be Right Next Door
Even in places where skies are dark and the Milky Way seems to fill our view, the night sky is teeming with stars we cannot see.
Tue May 21, 2013
Indianapolis Business News
Sanctions against Penn State were necessary, NCAA tells judge
The National Collegiate Athletic Association's sanctions against Pennsylvania State University for its role in the Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse scandal were needed to protect the integrity of intercollegiate sports, a lawyer for the Indianapolis-based association argued in court Monday.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Macon Telegraph
High school abroad Mount de Sales student goes overseas for education
It isn’t the first country. It isn’t even the second country. And it’s not the first time she has been on her own.
Erie Times News
PSU report reviews women's status at university
Women at Pennsylvania State University either haven't made progress or have lost ground when it comes to being represented in several key areas, including leadership positions and enrollment, according to a new report from a university commission.
West Chester seeking tax on alcohol
In West Chester and college towns across the state, there's never a short supply of alcohol - or patrons bellying up to the bar.
Fri May 17, 2013
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Businesswoman challenge DJ for office
In the only magisterial district judge race this primary election, incumbent T.R. Williams is being challenged by local businesswoman Ginger Rowe.
Thu May 16, 2013
NRCC nursing students receive pins, degrees
Six Pulaski County residents were among 41 students in the 2013 associate degree nursing class at New River Community College who received their nursing pins and associate degrees at a ceremony recently held at the college.
Isolated showers and thunderstorms expected for Clarksville
A summer-like pattern has set up over the Clarksville area as a risk for showers and thunderstorms is expected through the end of this week and into the weekend.
Wed May 15, 2013
Harrisburg student represents University at national level
Representing thousands of peers is no easy job. Just ask Andy Dessel, of Chambersburg, Pa., a senior public policy major and communications minor at Penn State Harrisburg.
University of Evansville's Robert Morse Awarded Prestigious Fulbright Scholarship
The University of Evansville is proud to announce that Robert Morse, professor of computer science, has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship to spend the Spring 2014 semester in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
PHT Corporation Hosts Upcoming Educational Webinar, "Effective Use...
Senior Scientific Advisors Dr. Susan M. Dallabrida and Dr. Jill Platko of PHT Consulting Services will conduct a new webinar, "Effective Use of Electronic Patient Reported Outcomes in Migraine and Headache Patient Populations," June 12, at 10-11am and 2-3pm EDT.
LHU Names New Dean of the College of Liberal Arts & Education
LockHavenUniversity Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Donna Wilson has named Dr.
Tue May 14, 2013
Survey: Lefton ranks fifth among Ohio's highest-paid public-university presidents
Kent State University President Lester A. Lefton is among the bulk of state university presidents in Ohio who collect more than the national median salary for the job, according to a new survey released May 12 from "The Chronicle of Higher Education." Of the 10 state public colleges in Ohio that responded to the annual salary survey, nine of their ... (more)
Pa. official: Charter schools flout public-records law
Pennsylvania's 180 charter schools routinely ignore the state's Right-To-Know Law even though as publicly funded institutions they are bound to comply with it, the chief of the state's Office of Open Records told a Senate committee on Monday.
Mon May 13, 2013
Rick Santorum Fast Facts
Children: Isabella "Bella", 2008; Patrick, 2001; Peter, 1999; Sarah, 1998; Gabriel, born and died in 1996; Daniel, 1995; Richard Jr.
Democratic Underground Latest Breakin...
Public University Presidents Are Prospering, Annual Compensation Study Finds
Source: NYT In the 2011-12 fiscal year, the nation's highest paid public university president was Graham B. Spanier, the president of Pennsylvania State University, who was forced out in November 2011 over his handling of a child sex abuse scandal involving a football coach.
Sunny skies expected for Clarksville today
After a chilly start to the day today, sunny skies will warm the temperatures into the upper sixties today.