It’s time to unfurl ourselves, to relax and begin to address the stress of what we’ve all gone through.
The debut of Pennsylvania’s new vote-by-mail law on June 2 offered hope that the Nov. 3 general election will not be chaotic or have credible grounds for suspicions of voter fraud or other irregularities.
The good news is, a COVID-19 vaccine is on the way. The bad news is, it might not get here for another year. And the doctors will need our help to make sure it works.
Earlier this month, Gov. Tom Wolf unveiled a proposed education budget plan that would earmark $218 million of the state’s $6.9 billion basic education budget to area public schools.
Every year, students in school districts across the country observe a day in January to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his advocacy and leadership in the American civil rights movement.
Anyone who drives has probably seen a car in front of them swerving on the road at some point. Thirty years ago, the assumption was that the driver was intoxicated.
The Federal Drug Administration has recently put a ban on the sale of some flavored products that are used by e-cigarettes and other vaping devices in an effort to dissuade teenagers from continuing or starting the habit.