Wednesday Jun 12
Pictures - Controversies for the Obama administration
President Obama has fallen under particular criticism during the first year of his second term, most recently after knowledge of clandestine surveillance programs, national security issues, and other government secrets emerged.
Elections Morning Digest: They call it North Colorado, we call it Crackpottopia
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Schwartz leads Corbett in latest Quinnipiac poll
Suburban Philadelphia congresswoman Allyson Schwartz leads the little-known pack of Democrats seeking to knock off Gov. Tom Corbett next year, according to the latest Quinnipiac University poll, as the incumbent Republican's numbers remain in the muck.
Bills would end property taxes - stop us if you've heard this one before: Thursday Morning...
Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Our apologies to The Smiths fans amongst you, but we couldn't help but fall back on that classic tune when we heard property tax abolitionists crowing that the time is right to do away with the levy.
Foster's Daily Democrat
The Frost to the Sea at Franklin
The Franklin Gallery, 60 Wakefield St., will host an exhibit called From the Forest to The Sea - paintings by Berwick artist Anne Vaughan - for the month of June during regular business hours.