JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (AP) — The Roman Catholic Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown has offered details on the cost of the clergy abuse scandal.
City officials in Rehoboth Beach are facing backlash from local businesses after they removed a nativity scene featuring Jesus Christ that was on display near the Bandstand.
In today’s polarized political climate, Americans of all political stripes are convinced that Washington is broken, out of touch and not working on behalf of the public interest. Our challenge is to prove them wrong.
HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Supreme Court declined to consider a challenge from the Clean Air Council and local landowners concerning Sunoco’s use of eminent domain to acquire land for their controversial Mariner East 2 pipeline.
A ridge of high pressure will be in control of weather for the next several days. A few weak disturbances aloft may allow a few flurries to fall at times over the northern tier of the state. Temperatures will moderate later in the week ahead of a storm that will bring moderate to heavy rain to the region Friday into Saturday.
WEST DECATUR — A Boggs Township roadmaster had his tumultuous relationship with the township officially come to an official end at last evening’s supervisors meeting.
Maleny Vazquez remembers when the police came and took the house across the street. Vazquez has only lived on this block of Waterloo Street for a few years, but in this chaotic section of Kensington, riven by the drug trade, she has gotten used to seeing police empty homes.
The Department of State is inviting the public to view several new voting systems with advanced security and a paper trail in five expos across the state, one of which is in Carlisle Wednesday evening.
Boswell Borough officials are looking to deal with another blighted building that may soon share the fate of a collapsed structure along Morris Avenue.
Somerset County has three elections remaining before a state mandate will require the county to have new voting machines in place.
Maria Butina, an accused Russian spy who nuzzled up to the National Rifle Association before the 2016 election, appears to have reached a plea deal with the Justice Department, according to a new court filing in her criminal case.
The United Way of Carlisle & Cumberland County kicked off its annual fundraising campaign in October with a goal to raise $1.455 million.
Tamika Jones-Nwalipenja hoped to make a difference by bringing her children to “Caroling with a Cop” at 39th Police District in North Philadelphia. Her 13-year-old son, Zion, was afraid to stand next to the police officers, wondering if they’d react negatively if he moved too quickly.
At least 16 associates of Donald Trump had contacts with Russians during the 2016 campaign or transition, according to public statements, court filings, CNN reporting, and reporting from other news outlets.
Philadelphia Tribune reporters and a freelancer took home five Philadelphia News Awards from the Pen & Pencil Club, a private press club dedicated to working members of the press.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A lawsuit alleges that a suburban Kansas City Republican is ineligible to serve in the Kansas House because of residency issues.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Associated Press named Senior Vice President Daisy Veerasingham as its chief revenue officer on Tuesday, a new position that will consolidate global revenue operations under one director as the 172-year-old news cooperative widens its customer base beyond traditional media.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Former patients who say they were molested by a physician at Rockefeller University Hospital want to know what happened to photos that they say were taken while the abuse was occurring.
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish media reports say a police officer has opened fire inside a police station in northern Turkey, wounding the local police chief and three other officers.
RIMBO, Sweden (AP) — Yemen's government and the Houthi rebels are exchanging lists of prisoners as part of peace talks in Sweden aimed at winding down the devastating civil war.
TIRANA, Albania (AP) — Public university students protesting the cost of tuition fees have gathered for the largest rally to date, threatening to escalate it unless their demands are met.
BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand's military government on Tuesday lifted a ban on political activities it imposed when it seized power in a coup more than four years ago, an action taken in preparation for elections promised for early next year.