Parents sue Williamsville schools, accuse teacher of choking 12-year-old
The parents of a former Mill Middle School student say a French teacher choked their daughter during class last year and have sued the Willi
Lancaster woman found dead in her vehicle from apparent suicide: police
A woman was found dead in her vehicle on Friday night in the parking lot of Giant in West Lampeter Township, according to police.
Homeworth bringing back Homecoming event
A Homeworth event that was started in 1932 is being resurrected this summer. From 1 to 10 p.m. Saturday, area residents once again can take in the
Why Do Democrats Get Away With Lying About Guns?
The Fourth Estate has a responsibility to correct Democrats' wild exaggerations and untruths about guns. Yet they rarely do.
A shopper's guide to Lake George
Souvenirs and specialized gifts offered year-round
Not fade away... how robots are preserving our old newspapers
In a Yorkshire outpost of the British Library, archivists using the latest conservation technology are digitising 300 years of newspapers – and that’s just for starters
Stop The Presses! Newspapers Affect Us, Often In Ways We Don't Realize
"Fake news" is a phrase that may seem specific to our particular moment and time in American history. But Columbia University Professor Andie
Federal employees struggle as shutdown continues
The Gloucester-Mathews Gazette-Journal is a weekly print newspaper and online news source serving Virginia's Middle Peninsula.
TMS International announces Sedalia location
Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe, business leaders, citizens and other government officials crowded into the Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County office Wednesday morning to hear the announcement of a new business in
Answer Man: Newspaper clippings in the voting booth?
Editor’s note: A reader asks about what’s acceptable in the voting booth. Luckily, the Answer Man fielded this same question in November 2010.