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Michael Reagan: Pennsylvania — keep your governor – Baxter Bulletin

Michael Reagan: Pennsylvania — keep your governorBaxter BulletinAccording to a recent Mercatus Center study of every state's ability to balance its budgets and still pay for health care and pension costs, Pennsylvania is ranked No. 42. Jersey (50), Illinois (48) and New York (45) are worse, but that's no consolation.and more » Continue reading

Report: Pennsylvania forests impacted by drilling – GoErie.com

Philly.comReport: Pennsylvania forests impacted by drillingGoErie.comPITTSBURGH -- A small portion of Pennsylvania state forest land has been impacted by shale gas drilling, but many questions remain about how to manage the politically sensitive issue that is opposed by many residents, according to a new report.New report examines gas drilling in Pennsylvania forestsDaily Local Newsall 46 news articles » Continue reading

Zach Venesky, three-star Pennsylvania offensive lineman, commits to Rutgers – The Star-Ledger

Zach Venesky, three-star Pennsylvania offensive lineman, commits to RutgersThe Star-LedgerZach Venesky, three-star Pennsylvania offensive lineman, commits to Rutgers. Zach Venesky.jpg. Zach Venesky (Photo provided by Venesky, used with permission). Print · Todderick Hunt/NJ.com By Todderick Hunt/NJ.com The Star-Ledger Follow on Twitterand more » Continue reading

TGIF: Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pennsylvania – Scranton Times-Tribune

TGIF: Places to go and things to do in Northeast PennsylvaniaScranton Times-Tribune570-270-4444. CHORAL SOCIETY OF NORTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA: Chorus and NEPA Philharmonic, Friday, Scranton Cultural Center; Choral Artists ensemble, May 10, St. Stephen's Episcopal Pro-Cathedral. Visit www.choralsociety.net. 570-343-6707. Continue reading

Bicyclist struck by deer while on ride in Pennsylvania – 6abc.com

6abc.comBicyclist struck by deer while on ride in Pennsylvania6abc.comPITTSBURGH (AP) - April 19, 2014 (WPVI) -- A southwestern Pennsylvania man has broken vertebrae in his neck and back, nine broken ribs, a bruised lung and a concussion after a deer slammed into him while he was riding his bicycle. Sixty-five-year-old ...and more » Continue reading

California University of Pennsylvania offers training for weather spotters – Tribune-Review

California University of Pennsylvania offers training for weather spottersTribune-Review“It wasn't all that bad, but it is still nice for them to know,” said Kusniar, 21, a junior meteorology major at California University of Pennsylvania. “On radar, a meteorologist can assume hail is probably falling ... but it's nice to verify it ...and more » Continue reading

Pennsylvania Health Department: Discard Raw Milk From Greenfield Dairy – Food Safety News

Food Safety NewsPennsylvania Health Department: Discard Raw Milk From Greenfield DairyFood Safety NewsRaw milk from Greenfield Dairy near the central Pennsylvania town of Middleburg is likely contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes and should be discarded immediately, state officials say. Raw milk is milk that has not been pasteurized. The Greenfield ...Pennsylvania Agriculture Department Warns Consumers to Discard Raw Milk ...PR Newswire (press release)all 5 news articles » Continue reading

Pennsylvania colleges hit with Title IX complaints – MSNBC

Pennsylvania colleges hit with Title IX complaintsMSNBCThe Women's Law Project filed complaints this week against nine Pennsylvania state universities for failing to provide equal opportunities for female student athletes. The complaints allege that the schools did not provide athletic opportunities for ...Women's legal group alleges unequal athletic opportunities at 9 Pennsylvania ...Fox News9 Pa. colleges target of gender complaintHerald-Mail Mediaall 47 news articles » Continue reading

Pennsylvania lost 8400 jobs in March – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

SFGatePennsylvania lost 8400 jobs in MarchPittsburgh Post-GazettePennsylvania's unemployment rate fell in March to 6 percent, but that welcome news was mitigated somewhat by the state losing more jobs over the month than any other state. “The particularly good news is the rate dropped for all the right reasons: ...Pennsylvania's unemployment rate falls to 6 percent, lowest since 2008Pittsburgh Post GazettePennsylvania's unemployment rate drops to 6 percent in March, marking lowest ...The RepublicPA Unemployment Rate Dips to 6.0% in MarchPR Newswire (press release)all 587 news articles » Continue reading

Pennsylvania Mystery Species: Clue No. 5 – Penn Live (blog)

Pennsylvania Mystery Species: Clue No. 5Penn Live (blog)Previous clues for this week's mystery species can be found at www.pennlive.com/outdoors . Ongoing coverage of the wild things and wild places of Pennsylvania can be found daily at www.PennLive.com/outdoors. In addition, Marcus Schneck, outdoor and ... Continue reading