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Martin Schmotzer quit his school board post to take a paying job with the district, then quit the job and resumed his board position.
Titan Arm's creators say it's designed for ordinary people -- those who need either physical rehab or a little extra muscle for work.
Rally calls for more state support of schools.
E. Gordon Gee pledged to work with the school's faculty and spoke of the importance of land-grant universities such as WVU.
Hundreds are in Washington, D.C., today and tomorrow to honor the 20 children and six educators killed a year ago at Sandy Hook.
Federal regulators finally begin moving on one of the most complicated portions of the 2010 revamp of financial regulation.
His eulogy was the rhetorical highlight of a memorial service in which Africans celebrated Nelson Mandela's life with singing and dancing.
The secretary of state defended an international deal to restrict Iran's nuclear program to skeptical lawmakers.
Senate Republicans will not move forward with a plan to clear the way for a private manager of the Pennsylvania Lottery.
Pennsylvania is competing with at least a dozen other states in an effort to land a Boeing jet assembly plant.
Pet dog Charlie's wide-eyed reaction to tree is a good reminder of what to appreciate at holiday time.
The Hilltop Alliance is getting results from owners of run-down properties through warning letters and offers of help.
A conservative activist from Montgomery County is considering a primary challenge to Gov. Tom Corbett. Bob Guzzardi, an
If you're not still outside shoveling, good morning. 1. Drivers may soon learn to fear the dreaded camera flash if