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If you believe in the separation of church and state, then you probably think that evangelicals exert far too much influence on American life, our politics and culture. When I remarked to a … more
Running a business is a blood sport. Just half survive their first five years. Only one in three makes it to year 10.  When disaster strikes — sales dip, equipment breaks — most … more
Editor’s note: This column wraps up Ed O’Connor’s tales of his trip to Romania. We left our Timisoara apartment at 8 a.m. bound for our four-day whirlwind tour of Transylvania. … more
The calendar changed from September to October without much fanfare. But it was significant for our community because, unless our state Legislature and governor fix broken energy policy, we are less … more
So much of what constitutes the appeal and livability of our communities is our direct connection to our parks, public spaces, and our natural and cultural assets. Their facilities and features build … more
Medicare’s Annual Election Period is here. Beginning Oct. 15, seniors started choosing their Medicare plans for 2019. They’ll have to make their selections by Dec. 7 for coverage that … more
Do you enjoy sharing a book with someone else? I love reading. Often my favorites are mysteries and historical fiction based on real events in the past. I find it great fun to share those literary … more
Drone photographer John Pavoncello has pictured the Susquehanna River during its gentle rolling in the spring and bulging with jagged ice flows in winter. But it was his fly-over during an angry, … more
The Kavanaugh contretemps is over. And what did our nation get for all the trouble? No unalloyed good, that’s for sure. The fruits of the protracted publicity war are all rotten: … more
Whether the recent, one-and-only gubernatorial debate between Gov. Tom Wolf and Scott Wagner was actually a “debate” is — well — up for debate. Both candidates had very … more
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