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  • State panel delays action on pay raises for governor, legislators

    SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown is paid less than some mayors and city managers in California, but a state panel that sets his salary balked Thursday at giving him and lawmakers a pay raise, saying it wants more information before making a decision....
  • Newman lives! 'Seinfeld' actor Wayne Knight tweets on death hoax

    Newman lives! 'Seinfeld' actor Wayne Knight tweets on death hoax
    After a hoax report that Wayne Knight had died in a traffic accident near the New York–Pennsylvania border, the actor who played Newman on "Seinfeld" and a treacherous techie in "Jurassic Park" took humorously to his Twitter account to dispel the...
  • What the Houston Astrodome can teach us

    Now that voters have rejected a plan to save the Houston Astrodome, a marvel of engineering muscle and space-age glamour and easily the city's most important building, it would be easy to conclude that modern architecture has a major image problem in this...
  • Tom Wolf gets $1 million + from BonTon chief

     
    Tom Wolf, a York County businessman and former state Revenue Department secretary, got more than $1 million in donations from the chairman of Bonton department stores, according to his campaign finance reports. Wolf raised, $13.2 million. but that...
  • Tom Wolf airs his first TV commercial for governor

     
    Tom Wolf, a York County businessman and former state Revenue Department secretary, has become the second Democratic candidate to air a television commercial. His commercial, which began airing Thursday on broadcast and cable television, is a biography...
  • Sneak peak at Katie McGinty's campaign ad

     
    We got a preview of Katie McGinty's gubernatorial campaign ad that will air on CNN and MSNBC before and after President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address tonight. The 30-second ad is titled “Hard Work.” It chronicles how she......
  • McCord rakes in more than $6 Million for governor's race

     
    State Treasurer Rob McCord's quest to become Pennsylvania's next governor has gotten off to a healthy financial start. His campaign, Rob McCord for Governor, announced Monday it raised $6.6 million last year, and that includes $6 million in cash to......
  • Allen coach Doug Snyder and two local players involved in Harrisburg all-star event

     
    This is courtesy of Michael Bullock of the Harrisburg Patriot-News and pennlive.com who does a great job with the state rankings all season and coordinating the all-state teams. He put this out earlier this week that pahoops.org will be holding an all-...
  • Pa.Game Commission proposes 2014-15 hunting/trapping seasons and bag limits

     
    The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today gave preliminary approval to hunting and trapping seasons and bag limits for 2014-15 license year. Hunters and trappers – particularly those setting vacations for this fall and winter – are...
  • Kutztown University Dance Team to appear in Philly St. Pat's Parade

     
    The Kutztown University Dance Team has been selected to participate in the 2014 Philadelphia St. Patrick’s Day Parade on March 16 which will be broadcast live at 1 p.m. on the CW network. The parade begins at noon at the......
  • New storm forms as race is on to restore power for nearly 400,000

    Utility workers struggled Friday to continue repairing downed power lines, but hundreds of thousands of people remained without electricity two days after a major storm swept through Pennsylvania and Maryland. More than a foot of snow fell in many areas...
  • Pennsylvanians shiver for 5 freezing days without power

    Stacie Testerman lives in York County, about 100 miles west of Philadelphia, and gets her water from a well.  So when her power suddenly went out at 3 a.m. Wednesday -- as it did for several hundred thousand Pennsylvanians last week -- her faucets and...