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Boy Scouts losers as culture war in U.S. rages on: James Miller

So long, Samoas. Our waistline knew you all too well. The decision by Boy Scouts of America to allow girls to enter its ranks was the funeral toll for its struggling female alternative, Girls … more

Collaboration key, professionally and personally: Susannah Gal

I love making connections between people. It’s the euphoric feeling when you get to put pieces into a jigsaw puzzle where you’ve been trying to match color and shape with the bigger … more

My bill would require child care centers to display STARS rating: Tom Mehaffie

It’s no secret that being a parent is challenging. Every day, parents are faced with dozens of decisions that impact the well-being of their child, their family and their family’s … more

Health insurers in Pennsylvania not holding up their end of the bargain: Lorraine Ramirez

As the mother of a child with epilepsy, I am well aware of the importance of having good health insurance. Without it, my family may not be able to access the medications that my daughter needs to … more

National Newspaper Week is a time to be proud of what we do: Mark Cohen

Monday marked the start of National Newspaper Week. It is a time to celebrate the impact newspapers have on their communities, and to recognize the dedicated individuals who work diligently so that … more

It’s not just Donald Trump ­— both Republicans and Democrats have cults of personality: James Miller

“I tell you one and one makes three. I’m the cult of personality.” — Living Colour   They don’t call him Teflon Don for nothing. It’d be an … more

Middletown provides me little reminders of Europe: Susannah Gal

Bonjour! Guten Tag! Gruezie! Buon giorno! Buenos dias! Bom dia! Good morning!  These are some of the different ways I have learned to say “Good morning” when I’ve lived … more

We can change Vietnam’s legacy from landmines and Agent Orange: Kathleen Rogers and Heidi Kuhn

In March 1975, the United States fled from a protracted war in Vietnam, a war that claimed more than 58,000 Americans, and close to 2 million Vietnamese soldiers and civilians.  The United … more

It’s terrifying that we are militarizing police under a cloak of secrecy: Lisa Rosenberg

In a move that will further militarize police departments across the country while decreasing accountability, the president issued an executive order that strips away limits on weapons of war that … more

Temperatures don’t matter if it’s too noisy to sleep: Ed O’Connor

From all that I have seen and read, central Pennsylvania is enjoying a decent summer, except for an overabundance of July rain. I saw videos and photos of flood damage in the area. It sure … more
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