Harrisburg Archive

Turn Here, Slow There. Traffic Flow Controls Coming

A years-old project that would allow PennDOT and local municipalities to

Charter School Ruling May Trouble Area Districts

A Tuesday state court ruling may have a detrimental effect on

Representative Plans Twin Public Budget Meetings

Now that the state budget is approved, Lower Pottsgrove's representative wants

Think Summer’s Hot? You Shoulda Been At Capitol

Crowded. Claustrophobic. Sweaty. Miserable. Those were descriptions of state budget discussions

Township Board Supports Local Police Radar Use

Lower Pottsgrove commissioners last week voted unanimously to support state legislation

Farm Goods Might Help Seniors On Fixed Budgets

A state program is making vouchers available to qualified senior citizens

Schools’ Funding A Hostage In Budget Standoff

Gov. Tom Corbett has limited options in dealing with the $29

State Budget Passed, Not Signed; Opposed By Painter

Members of the Pennsylvania House passed a $29.1 billion state budget

Legislature Considers Teacher Layoff Rules Changes

Tenure has been one of the sole determinants of who-goes-first during

House Budget Banks On Liquor Stores Sale Money

After months of discussion and delay, the Pennsylvania House Appropriations Committee

Expect DUI Enforcement During July 4 Holiday

Teams of local police officers will be looking during the Independence

More District Residents Pocket Property Tax Savings

The number of Pottsgrove, Pottstown, Spring-Ford Area and Perkiomen Valley school

Senate Complicates Proposal To Downsize Legislature

The idea of reducing the size of Pennsylvania's Legislature seemed pretty

Law Proposes Trooper ID Checks At PA Liquor Stores

Pennsylvania's state police currently do not conduct age-compliance ID checks at

School Districts Prominent In PA Budget Scramble

The Pennsylvania Legislature goes back to work Monday in its attempt

Size of PA’s Expensive Legislature Gets A New Look

A study by the Pew Charitable Trust concludes Pennsylvania's Legislature is

Painter Presents State Citations To Township Police

With Video. Lower Pottsgrove state Rep. Mark Painter gave members of

In Township, 6,396 Registered For Today’s Primaries

Lower Pottsgrove, according to county records, is home to 3,232 registered

State Supreme Court OKs Warrantless Police Searches

Advocates say law enforcement needs the ruling to keep drug smugglers

Costlier Goods A Price For Dropping School Property Tax

Under proposed PA Senate Bill 76, which aims to end property

5 Feet Could Make A Difference In Pottsgrove Bus Fleet

The Pottsgrove School District plans to buy two new buses for

PA Senate Said Closer To ‘Slaying Property Tax Beast’

Pennsylvania state senators say they think THIS is the year to

Spending May Not Matter In States’ Graduation Rates

A new report indicates there seems to be little connection between

Tell PennDOT About Your Priorities For Its Money

Pennsylvania's transportation department is doing long-range planning, both on how and