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POTTSTOWN >> Fifth-graders at Pottstown Middle School got another lesson in computer coding Monday courtesy of Google and U.S. Rep. Ryan Costello, R-6th Dist.
Google delivered the Computer Science First Road Show — a computer science education presentation developed by Google for fourth- through eighth-grade students — to fifth-grade students in Pottstown.
Deploying active-duty service members could terminate television and internet service contracts without penalty under bipartisan legislation introduced by U.S Rep. Ryan Costello (R-PA) last week.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A US Congressman from Pennsylvania is promising action following a KDKA investigation into a new health crisis facing America’s military.
Some are calling exposure to “burn pits” in Iraq and Afghanistan this generation’s Agent Orange.
“I get sick all the time,” veteran Shawn Schrag said. “I’m coughing and wheezing right now.”
The idea that the United States government might again face the possibility of a shutdown because someone wants to use the threat as a bargaining chip has again left a Chester County congressman frustrated and appalled.
Last month, the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, of which I am a member, held a hearing on the ongoing opioid epidemic that is affecting communities throughout the country, including right here in Southeast Pennsylvania.
WEST CHESTER >> U.S. Rep. Ryan Costello, R-6, of West Goshen, stayed true to his reputation as a moderate Republican in what the congressman said is a “purple district,” at Saturday afternoon’s town hall.
Several times at the Historic Chester County Courthouse, he differed from President Donald Trump’s positions and the Republican party line.
WEST WHITELAND >> More than 40 people braved the chilly temperatures to hit the Chester Valley Trail Friday afternoon, in the process kicking off the Opening Day for Trails Celebration.
Bipartisan legislation introduced on Monday by U.S. Rep. Ryan Costello (R-PA) would extend a veteran caregiver benefits program to those who help care for veterans of all service eras in an effort to help those most in need.
Three members of Congress introduced legislation Wednesday that would provide aid to veterans exposed to toxic burn pits on military bases.