March 29, 2017 RSS feed / State

Despite suffering stroke, this marathoner stays on pace

PITTSBURGH (AP) — This wasn’t supposed to happen to her.  More...

School district OKs pact on immigrant students

LANCASTER (AP) — A Pennsylvania school district reached a settlement Tuesday with the American Civil Liberties Union over what civil rights attorneys contend was a practice of denying older refugee and immigrant students a meaningful education More...

State pipeline protesters disband camp, for now

CONESTOGA (AP) — Pipeline opponents in southeastern Pennsylvania are temporarily disbanding their protest encampment.  LNP newspapers reports that protesters are discontinuing their round-the-clock encampment at a farm in Lancaster County More...

Fewer priest accusers to testify at ex-official’s retrial

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A former church official in Philadelphia must decide this week whether to be retried on child endangerment charges or seek further appeals.  Prosecutors are seeking to retry Monsignor William Lynn although he has served More...

Indicted prosecutor, fighting money woes, needs a new lawyer

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Philadelphia’s top prosecutor has three days to find a new lawyer in a federal bribery case against him although it’s unclear whether he has the money to pay anyone.  District Attorney Seth Williams still de More...

Handyman accused of serial child rape hit with new charges

DOYLESTOWN (AP) — A suburban Philadelphia handyman accused of serial child rape is facing additional charges involving a sixth child.  More...

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