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Lost IRS E-mails have been found

5 hours 57 min ago

The new Republican House and Senate will have more evidence to look at in the IRS Tea Party targeting scandal now that thousands of Lois Lerner’s “lost” emails have been found. CBN News reports,
An inspector general with the Treasury Department located 30,000 of the emails on disaster recovery tapes. Last spring, the IRS told Congress that two years’ worth of emails from Lerner, the woman at the center of the scandal, had been lost in a hard drive crash. The missing emails corresponded with the period during which the IRS blocked the tax-exempt status for dozens of conservative groups in the run-up to the 2012 presidential election.

Categories: Local News

Bear Hunting Season Underway

5 hours 58 min ago

Bear hunting season is underway in the state of Pennsylvania. PA Game Commission officials report that the first day of the season on Saturday saw a grand total of more than 1600 of the animals harvested across the state with Lycoming County leading the way with 143.

Story Blogged at 11–25-14 14:07 by dmurley

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Bear Season

5 hours 58 min ago

Bear hunting season is underway in the state of Pennsylvania. PA Game Commission officials report that the first day of the season on Saturday saw a grand total of more than 1600 of the animals harvested across the state with Lycoming County leading the way with 143.

Categories: Local News

Operation Safe Holiday

Mon, 11/24/2014 - 2:37pm

PA state police have teamed with local police and Penn DOT to enforce seat belt usage as well as impaired driving. Operation Safe Holiday will take place through the upcoming weekend and will include checkpoints, roving patrols and regular traffic safety patrols. Officials say the Thanksgiving holiday period continues to be the leading time period for traffic crashed with a total of 4,683 crashed investigated during last year’s holiday driving period with 48 fatalities.

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Tentative budget passes

Mon, 11/24/2014 - 12:41pm

Mahanoy Township supervisors recently approved the 2015 tentative budget. The budget keeps taxes steady, with the real estate tax staying at 9.09 mills. The Republican Herald says total estimated expenditures are at about $373,000.

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Williamsport Christmas Parade

Fri, 11/21/2014 - 2:42pm

The city of Williamsport will hold its 65th annual Billtown Christmas Parade this weekend. The parade is scheduled to begin at 5pm tomorrow at Elmira and West Third Streets. The annual Victorian Christmas will take place from noon to 5pm, and a Market Place at the Holiday Inn. Tonight at 6, it’s the Festival of Lights getting underway in Brandon Park.

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Pay raises for State Officials

Fri, 11/21/2014 - 2:41pm

Pay raises are ready to go for top elected and appointed officials in Pennsylvania State Government. A 1.6% automatic annual cost of living adjustment will go into effect on January 1st for the Governor and members of his cabinet as well as those appointed to various boards and commissions, appellate judges and other elected statewide row offices including legislators. Governor Corbett and his cabinet members have been returning their yearly raises. New governor elect Tom Wolf has already said he will not accept his salary, as well as other perks.

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Pipeline fight not over

Wed, 11/19/2014 - 11:52am

Republicans take control of the Senate in January, but Democrats still run the show right now, and they came up with enough votes to block the Keystone XL oil pipeline project. The project would go from Canada to Texas. The bill had passed the House, overwhelmingly, last week, then the bill needed 60 votes in the Senate to get to the White House. It got 59 — with a final vote of 59 to 41. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says Republicans will for sure bring the issue back when Republicans are in charge in January.

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