With a male-dominated Pennsylvania General Assembly, it will be interesting to watch how the following legislative proposal is greeted, discussed and, finally, plays out.
As municipalities prepare for the annual Halloween festivities, with trick or treating at the top of the list for many area children anxiously awaiting the opportunity to be in disguise and collect a sugary bounty, safety should remain a top priority for everyone.
Cheers to the staff at 84 Lumber who, on Oct. 7, donated care baskets to Washington Health Systems. The women-owned business provided donations to the hospital’s Women’s Center for patients battling breast cancer. The baskets were filled with various items, including a blanket, lotion, slipp…
Most Pennsylvania motorists, at least the owners or leasers of many newer models, probably are unaware that their personal vehicles might be equipped with a data-collection “black box.”
The Supreme Court of the United States heard arguments Tuesday on the remarkable question, here in 2019, of whether employers may freely discriminate against an entire class of Americans because of who they are.
The Pennsylvania Sunshine Act requires agencies to deliberate and take official action on agency business in an open and public meeting. It requires that meetings have prior notice, and that the public can attend, participate and comment before an agency takes that official action.
Cheers to the Central Greene Scholarship Trust that, on Oct. 12 at the Central Greene High School Cafeteria, will host its 7th-annual trivia contest. The friendly competition’s goal is to raise money for both county charities and scholarships for students in the county’s five school district…
A July report from the National Center for Education Statistics, the research arm of the U.S. Education Department, found that 20% of students between 12 and 18 were bullied and 15% were bullied online in the 2016-2017 school year.
Virtually everyone in the northernmost Bahamian islands ravaged by Hurricane Dorian has been displaced. Their homes have been leveled, their businesses wiped out, their roads and other basic infrastructure destroyed.
Another fall season is upon us in its typical fashion of conjuring up all things pumpkin spice and of course the opportunity here in Western Pennsylvania to watch the leaves turn from healthy green to vibrant shades of orange, yellow and red.
Cheers that federal prosecutors took steps to help patients of a Fayette County doctor who was recently indicted for unlawfully dispensing controlled substances and health care fraud. State, local and federal officials partnered to meet with patients at Emilio Navarro’s shuttered Perryopolis…
Pennsylvania lawmakers should not allow ego and wounded feelings to stand in the way of a bill that would permit hunting on Sunday a few times a year.
A place as rich in history as Fayette County deserves the means to preserve and share those important stories for current and future generations.