Sunday, March 29, 2015

Thursday -- Should Pennsylvania Society be called off?

John Baer says that in such tough economic times, Pennsylvania politicos should consider canceling their lavish New York gathering, known as the Pennsylvania Society, next month -- or move it to a local spot. Lt. Gov. Catherine Baker Knoll dies of cancer. What does the budget crisis mean for school swim teams? The suggestion that both planned casinos should be moved to Market Street riles activists.

Thursday -- Should Pennsylvania Society be called off?

John Baer says that in such tough economic times, Pennsylvania politicos should consider canceling their lavish New York gathering, known as the Pennsylvania Society, next month -- or move it to a local spot.

Lt. Gov. Catherine Baker Knoll dies of cancer.

What does the budget crisis mean for school swim teams?

The suggestion that both planned casinos should be moved to Market Street riles activists.

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