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Teen charged with disorderly conduct for recording bullying

Mcdonald - A 15-year-old special education student was charged with disorderly conduct after he secretly used his iPad to record audio of his classmate bullying him.
In the Media by Sean Fraser - 2 comments

Is Philadelphia the new Silicon Valley for tech start-ups? Promoted

Philadelphia - Start-up companies in Philadelphia are backed by venture capital, nonprofits, and city government. Blend all of those positives with a well-educated talent pool in a city filled with impressive amenities and you have a recipe for business success.
Promoted Content by Brand.com - 2 comments

Free speech wins in 'Boobies Bracelet' case

The U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to two teenage students today when the court rejected an appeal that had sought to ban the wearing of "boobies bracelets" in Pennsylvania schools.
In the Media by Karen Graham

Interview with Jeannie Seely: 'Miss Country Soul' Special

Nashville - Jeannie Seely is a veteran country music star and she has been a member of the iconic Grand Ole Opry since 1967. She has been dubbed as "Miss Country Soul," and rightfully so.
Digital Journal Report by Markos Papadatos

Raise a spoon America, Yuengling's Ice Cream is back

Pottsville - Yes, I said Yuengling's Ice Cream. After a 30-year hiatus, the company that shares its name with the popular Pennsylvania brewery has revived its ice cream production.
In the Media by R. Francis Rubio - 1 comment

Police 'like' Facebook status to lure man wanted for assault

Freeland - In an increasingly digital world, law enforcement officials are turning to social networks to help solve crimes. So perhaps it's not so surprising that one Pennsylvania police investigation used Facebook to try and track down a suspect.
In the Media by Tucker Cummings

Pennsylvania pizza shop delivers medicines to the ill and elderly

Ligonier - Recent bitter cold spells have made some ill and elderly people housebound. To help his fellow citizens during this challenging time, a Pennsylvania pizza delivery owner has been delivering medicines to the ill and elderly in his neighbourhood.
In the Media by Sherene Chen-See - 2 comments

Deer walks into sporting goods store, tackled by customer

A wild animal walking into a store is not a regular occurrence but that was the case when a deer walked into Dick's Sporting Goods in Spring Township, Penn. Thursday. The deer strolled in during business hours but it got a rather rude welcome.
In the Media by Marcus Hondro - 2 comments

Weed wish you a Merry Xmas: Santa busted with marijuana

Santa Claus was on his way to deliver Christmas presents when the cops pulled him over and searched his car. It seemed the jolly old man was delivering more than toys.
In the Media by Nicole Froio

PA boy dresses as vagrant for drama class, is suspended

Pittsburgh - Michael Bodomov, 17, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, may have a great career in the future as an actor. In fact, he may be a little too good. When he dressed up as a vagrant at his high school he was so convincing he was suspended.
In the Media by Mike White - 1 comment
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Pennsylvania and Penn State: Living in the Land of an Altered Reality

Denial is a powerful thing. It is a reaction to painful, disturbing realities that are seemingly too great to bear....
Nov 18, 2011 by James P Krehbiel

Teen Driving Legislation Passes Pennsylvania House

State lawmakers passed legislation this week that, if signed by Governor Corbett, will strengthen teen driver laws by...
Oct 4, 2011 by Jim Zamichieli

Pennsylvania Teacher Who Blogged About Her "Lazy" Students Has Right To Return

A lot of things have been said about the Millennial generation, but one high school English teacher may have gone too...
Aug 3, 2011 by Jim Zamichieli

Tried and convicted in the media: why 13-year old Jordan Brown remains incarcerated (Part II)

Part II or III Part II: A Child or an Adult? In Pennsylvania, the law requires a child age 10 or older who accused...
Feb 9, 2011 by Melissa Higgins

Tried and convicted in the media: why 13-year old Jordan Brown remains incarcerated (Part I)

Part I of III Part I: The Murders and The Arrest On February 20th, 2009, Steve Cable was trimming trees on a...
Feb 8, 2011 by Melissa Higgins - 6 comments
 

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