Vaccination levels continue to lag for corrections staff at several area state and county prisons, reflecting a troubling statewide trend.
Welcome to Pennsylvania, where we’ve become the latest in a long line of states with Republican legislatures to come up with a voter suppression law that they claim will make voting more secure.
For many years, Brockway native Terry Fustine has served as Emergency Management director for Snyder Township and is usually in attendance to the regular monthly meetings on the last Thursday of the month, unless this meeting is upstaged by a special holiday such as Thanksgiving. I came aboa…
“It’s going to be your first Community Days.”
I thought that I had bought my computer, just as I bought my pickup truck or house.
The other night, I was struck by inspiration for the perfect column.
Former Congressman Bill Clinger, who died last month at age 92, dressed like a fancy-pants dude, and why not? He was a scion of a family that had grown rich in the oil business and a successful personal and corporate lawyer.
Monday, I got the privilege of watching my seventh graduation at my current teaching job. I went to six graduations at my previous job, so this year continues a trend that I’m very excited about.
Ralph came back home with me.
While having dinner with my grandfather the other day, he mentioned that the whole family would be gathering together again on “Decoration Day.” It took me a second, but being a history nerd (but not as much as I am a nerd nerd), I realized that “Decoration Day” is the original name of “Memo…