Month: February 2021

Police release photos of man, 17, from West Philly who shot up a family fun center at bowling alley

According to reports, parents were breaking windows to get their children out of the family fun center as multiple people were shot at the bowling alley. One person is dead and at least three other victims were rushed to the hospital after the shooting.

PA Senator Mastriano introduces bill urging Congress to make Daylight Saving Time permanent

The Resolution urges Congress to make daylight saving time permanent in the United States

Hershey High School students petition school board in favor of asynchronous Wednesdays

Asynchronous Wednesdays have been designated as time for students to go to work, attend clubs and academic meetings, get tutoring from teachers, as well as time for studying and catching up on homework.

Middletown Mayor defends Borough Council members alleged to be a “right wing boys’ club”

Middletown Mayor James Curry responded to public allegations that policy changes concerning Borough Council Executive Sessions were made by a “right wing boys’ club.”

Gun found by son last year cited in new explanation of Fetterman detaining unarmed jogger at gunpoint

Fetterman published a new explanation of the story from 2013 when he allegedly detained an innocent unarmed Black jogger at gunpoint. Today he cited an incident that occurred last year when his son allegedly found a gun in the grass behind their home in Braddock.

Fetterman stands by decision to detain unarmed jogger at gunpoint, will not apologize to victim

Fetterman stands by his decision to detain the unarmed jogger at gunpoint, and has made no apology to Miyares. 

Fetterman blamed Republicans in response to story about gun pulled on Black jogger in 2013

“I’m not going to just sit here while a bunch of Republicans who have never given a damn about racial justice launch these bad-faith attacks from the safety of their gated communities,” John Fetterman said in his statement.

Watch: AOC now says she never claimed Ted Cruz almost had her murdered, refuses to apologize

Watch: .@AOC to @tedcruz: "…you almost had me murdered 3 weeks ago so you can sit this one out."@AOC when asked about her exact quote: […]

Behind the scenes, James Ellison is managing Otto Banks’ mayoral campaign

Attorney James Ellison has a long and checkered past in Harrisburg as a key player in its financial collapse. Now he is managing the mayoral campaign of Otto Banks.