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  • Kremus, Shields maintain a special connection

     
    Jason Kremus returned to the Seth Grove Stadium infield at Shippensburg University about seven years ago to present medals to some of the top finishers at the PIAA Track & Field Championships. A woman serving as a trainer for the......
  • Friday Morning Coffee: The weekend warm-up.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Technical gremlins and some timing issues have conspired to put us a touch behind schedule this morning, so in the interest of brevity, here's a quick buffet of links to get you going. And to......
  • Sexting law passes PA General Assemby; Heading to Governor

    Sexting law passes PA General Assemby; Heading to Governor
    Sexting is a growing trend among teenagers. Now, Pennsylvania is closer to having laws that would penalize kids for sending sexually explicit images. The sexting bill is heading to the Governor's desk for approval. Under the current laws, sexting between...
  • New Sexting Law Aims at Giving Teens a Second Chance

    New Sexting Law Aims at Giving Teens a Second Chance
    It happens all too often and it's getting the attention of parents and lawmakers. A sexually explicit picture a teenager takes on their cellphone ends up on the internet for all to see. But, a proposed law would give teens a second chance if they do...
  • Consumer legislation deserves support

     
    Our elected lawmakers have returned to Harrisburg for their first legislative session of the new year, and there are plenty of opportunities for them to show they care about consumers. Several pending bills would protect shoppers and homeowners from...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Santorum Tops Romney By Six Points In New Quinnipiac Poll.

     
    Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum ... ... leads ex-Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney 41 percent to 35 percent in Pennsylvania as the GOP presidential hopefuls head into high-stakes primaries in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington D.C.today. U.S. Rep. Ron Paul of...
  • Friday Morning Coffee: The Weekend Warm-Up.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Ordinarily, we'd be using the preamble to this morning's post to urge you to ease into the weekend. But for some among us -- budget staffers, particularly -- the next 48 hours will be filled......
  • PSU President expected to testify at Capitol looking to avoid funding cut

    PSU President expected to testify at Capitol looking to avoid funding cut
    Budget hearings are in full swing at the State Capitol today as leaders from the four state-related universities make their case to have funding reinstated. Penn State, Temple and Pitt are all facing major cuts in state funding under Governor Tom Corbett'...
  • State-Related Schools Topic of Conversation at House Appropriations Hearing; Leaders Try to Get State Funding Reinstated

    State-Related Schools Topic of Conversation at House Appropriations Hearing; Leaders Try to Get State Funding Reinstated
    Leaders from State-Related universities stood before the House Appropriations Committee Wednesday morning.  Representatives desired to make their case to have state funding reinstated known.   Governor Tom Corbett’s proposed budget slashes about...
  • Two proposals eye school property tax reform

    Two proposals eye school property tax reform
    Times are tough and some legislators at the Capitol are looking to ease the tax burden on homeowners. Two proposals before the House of Representatives look to change the school property tax structure across the state. Both bills are still in the early...
  • Voter ID law being challenged

    Voter ID law being challenged
    Voter rights are in being questioned in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The newly signed Voter ID bill is getting some challenges. The bill requires a person to bring id to the polls but some groups oppose the measure. Some groups are worried that this...