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Tablets, laptops, cell phones, and watches. Integrated technology is a central part of our lives. In addition to watching our local news, we now receive health alerts on our phones. We fill prescriptions with the click of a mouse. We even keep tabs on critical wellness statistics, such as the number of steps we walk.
Radios serve as lifelines for first responders across the country, allowing them to communicate with their fellow officers and learn what dangers and obstacles await them as they perform their duties.
Legislation recently introduced on Wednesday by U.S. Reps. Ryan Costello (R-PA) and Jackie Walorski (R-IN) would ensure that World War II veterans who were exposed to mustard gas receive the assistance they need.
WASHINGTON - The National Federation of Independent Business recently awarded Pennsylvania congressional members with its biennial Guardian of Small Business Award for their outstanding support of small-business owners in the 114th Congress, according to a release.
As part of its effort to shutter the Guantanamo Bay detention facility, the Administration recently announced it had transferred fifteen more detainees, the largest single transfer since 2009 and another example of how out of touch the Administration’s national security policy is from reality.
The American Trucking Associations estimate there is a shortage of almost 50,000 commercial truck drivers in the U.S.
The entire industry employs about 800,000 truckers, so the 50,000 figure is significant.
Bipartisan legislation introduced by U.S. Rep. Ryan Costello (R-PA) on Wednesday would strengthen the ability of schools to provide career and technical education (CTE) that equips students with high-demand skills.
Every night at 9, Tom Krall rousts himself for the walk from his farm to an adjoining dairy farm owned by his son, Joel, where he spends the next four hours milking 170 cows.
It’s a labor of love that is typical of farming life. And the last of three milkings the cows get each day.
EAST BRANDYWINE >> The names of the 79 Chester County residents killed in the Vietnam War were read Thursday during the opening ceremony of the “Wall That Heals” to honor those who gave their lives.
The Wall That Heals, a 250-foot replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, is on display through Sunday in the East Brandywine Community Park at 440 Dilworth Road.