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As a newspaper reader, advertiser or member of the community, your source of local, regional and national news and information is being threatened by the proposed newspaper tariffs on the import of … more
Here in the Southern Hemisphere, we have entered autumn. In Cuenca, January to June is considered the “rainy” season. It doesn’t rain non-stop as the name might imply, but it … more
The Pennsylvania State Corrections Officers Association has always made the safety and security of corrections officers our top priority. That’s why it was so heart-wrenching to lose one of … more
Matt Krajsa continues to believe students at Middletown Area School District were pawns in some sort of grand political conspiracy, and he couldn’t be more wrong. Just like at Derry, Lower … more
I was late seeing “Black Panther,” the latest iteration in Marvel Comics’ cinematic universe. Growing up buying 25-cent comic books at Saturday’s Market has left me fond of … more
The “luck of the Irish” is a phrase often heard around St. Patrick’s Day. What does that mean and what do you do if you’re not Irish? According to Edward T. … more
“It’s about the kids.” From the time I was first elected to the General Assembly, these are the words I’ve been hearing about education: “It’s about the … more
  I read Matthew Krajsa’s letter to the editor posted on pressandjournal.com on Monday. Mr. Krajsa references my letter to the Middletown Area School District community detailing … more
I am writing in response to the recent event in Parkland, Florida, where 17 people, including children, were murdered in a high school. I have advocated privately on the matter of school … more
My love and respect for the constitution is why I ran for office and it’s also why I recently joined in legal action to block the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s newly mandated congressional … more
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