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Farm, Field and Garden CorrespondentThe Somerset County Farm Bureau celebrated Food Check-Out Week Feb. 19 by collecting $2,000 of food products, monetary donations and gift cards from five FFA chapters in Somerset County and Somerset County 4-H. This particular donation was then...
Lehigh Valley Music presents FESTBLOGLet it never be said that the smirky, prickly and sometimes arrogant personality comedian/commentator Dennis Miller has put on public display for more than 25 years is just an act. At least not if his demeanor in a recent telephone......
Daily American Staff Writer, @daalyssacTurkeyfoot student Grant Grove was named a distinguished student by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Grove was selected after students wrote essays and a department representative interviewed the finalists. The fourth-grader will give a...
Tags: Students, Education, Teaching and Learning
PATTON, Pa. (AP) — A man blew himself up inside a truck outside a western Pennsylvania home Tuesday, injuring two other people, one of them critically, authorities said. Cambria County Coroner Dennis Kwiatkowski ruled the death of 40-year-old Brad...
The children of Doris Weyand have established a scholarship fund in her memory at the West Penn Hospital School of Nursing in Pittsburgh. The scholarships are for high-performing students from a rural county in Pennsylvania, preferably Somerset,...
There are different models of economic development organizations in the Tri-State area and beyond, some operating as organs of county government, others as independent authorities or public-private partnerships and, in the case of Washington County, a...
MITCHELL -- Rural America is in a struggle to remain relevant. So said U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack in December after rural voters showed up for the November election in lackluster numbers and as Congress was letting a new farm bill slip through...
At last, Pennsylvania is starting to steal some of the thunder from New York City when it comes to culinary news. This week's big story, of course, was a judge's trashing of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on Big Gulp, set to take effect Tuesday....
When it comes to high-speed railroads, much of the world is passing America by. Even countries like South Korea and Turkey have moved ahead of us. Here in the land of the Pennsylvania Railroad and steam-powered passenger trains that could exceed 110 mph...
Tags: Allentown, Transportation, New York City, France, Bonds
After winning his first PIAA Class AA title Saturday in Hershey, Forest Hills' Cody Law has accepted an invitation to compete in the 39th Annual Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic on Sunday at the University of Pittsburgh's Fitzgerald Field House. The...
Times are good these days at the Linde Corp., where despite a sluggish economy nationally, the company is on a hiring binge. The construction company, based near Wilkes-Barre in northeastern Pennsylvania, has seen its workforce nearly triple over the...
Daily American Staff WriterRebecca Anne Katz is at her best when she’s in the pits. The accomplished multi-instrumentalist can sing, bang on the drums and slap the bass — her favorite, however, is playing upright bass in the orchestra pit. “Orchestras are really...
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