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  • PennDOT to Install Culvert on Clement Ave. at Fort Indiantown Gap

    PennDOT to Install Culvert on Clement Ave. at Fort Indiantown Gap
    PennDOT District 8 announced today that work begins on Nov. 5 on a project to replace the structure that carries Clement Avenue over Vesle Run at Fort Indiantown Gap in Union Township, Lebanon County. The contract for $517,604 was awarded to Lobar Site...
  • Jupiter, FL

    Jupiter, FL
    JUPITER -- All the elements of gracious living that discriminating homebuyer desire are here at Rialto, a new resort-style, gated community by Lennar. The luxurious estate homes and executive homes at Rialto have made this lifestyle community one of...
  • Lotto hits for $17M in Key West

    Lotto hits for $17M in Key West
    As if being in Key West isn't enough reason to party, here's another for one Florida Lotto player: A $17 million winning ticket. After a long dry spell, the Florida Lotto yielded a winner Saturday night, with the single ticket being sold at Publix,...
  • Hollywood Fantasy 5 ticket nets $136K

    Now, this is how Fantasy 5's usually pay out: Two players Saturday night hit for $136,168.74. The winning tickets were sold in Hollywood, at 7-Eleven, 4112 S. Ocean Drive; and in Jupiter at a Publix on 6330 W. Indiantown Road. Both were quick picks....
  • Corbetts Host Open House.

     
    There Was No Easier Way ... ... to tell this afternoon that the Governor’s Mansion had a new landlord than the immense, yellow “Steelers County” banner hanging in a reception room at the ornate Georgian residence along the banks of......
  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: Corbett Admin. Clears The Path For Shale Drillers.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We begin this morning with the news that the Corbett administration has dropped a state policy mandating economic impact studies before natural gas drilling can take place on state parkland. The administration...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: The Budget Dance, Part II

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. After a marathon of kvetching last night and so many Parliamentary maneuvers by Democrats that they could have gone on tour with George Clinton, the state House is poised to take its first vote today......
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Belly Up For A New Round In State Store Debate.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The weekend is upon us and there's a pretty good chance of rain. But the sun is shining here in Capitol Ideas World HQ. Why, you ask? Well, assuming all goes to plan, today marks......
  • Freshmen big hit in Lafayette scrimmage

     
    Frank Tavani, John Loose and Mickey Fein having been preaching for months about the strength of this year’s recruiting class. And just Saturday morning, before Lafayette’s intrasquad scrimmage, Loose said again that when you combine this year&...
  • Leopard suspensions: A punch in the gut

     
    Frank Tavani had to walk the talk on Tuesday. He did it without hesitation The Lafayette head football coach was beaming when he walked into the weekly media luncheon. He came over to our table, shook hands with everyone and......
  • A Conversation With First Lady Susan Corbett.

     
    As Most Of You Know ... ... The Governor's Residence along Front Street in Harrisburg is stuffed full of all manor of historical geegaws, paintings, artifacts and other priceless stuff. As floodwaters approached, First Lady Susan Corbett and a small......
  • Monday Morning Reads: Immigration, food stamps and casinos

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Monday to you all. Hopefully some of you are getting vacation days this week or have a light schedule. We'll get the week started with the top five stories you should be reading this morning. * The Sun-Sentinel...