Even when big diesel-gulping trucks pick up leaves and stuff, both planet and city coffers are winners.
Mike Diven, who has a long and continuing history with the people (and boxers) of Cuba, recalls a friendly chat with the maximum leader.
If anyone’s wondering how Trump won Pennsylvania, here’s the answer in six words: He won where the jobs aren’t. A recount won’t change that.
“The Glory Years of the Pennsylvania Turnpike” is a gorgeous coffee table book that will defy your present opinion of the highway.
It’s time to rethink an old dismissal of the hinterlands’ importance, “trees don’t vote.” This time there was real bite behind that bark.
The Greenfield neighborhood that floods too frequently is finally getting attention from authorities. Can they absorb patience?
Pennsylvania might have saved more than 8,000 words in a federal court argument had it only kept 25 more words on the state ballot question.
The ballot question shrewdly designed to make Pennsylvanians want to vote “yes” worked on most citizens. It won narrowly Tuesday.
The last six times that Pa. went to a Republican presidential candidate, they were all landslides. Not so in 1888, as the stats show.
As comforting bedtime stories go, Mr. Trump has a good one. But no informed person believes that the steel industry can be revived here.