This week on the Rundown, topics include the implementation of transportation funding across the state, a possible rewrite of Pennsylvania’s Gaming Law and child protection legislation that is moving through the Senate.
Wendell August Forge is America’s oldest and largest forge, producing hand-wrought ornamental metalware and giftware in aluminum and other metals since 1923. Click to learn more.
(VIDEO) This book explores the history of Pittsburghese, the language of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area as it is imagined and used by Pittsburghers. Pittburghese is linked to local identity so strongly that it is alluded to almost every time people talk about what Pittsburgh is like, or what it means to be a Pittsburgher. Barbara Johnstone is Professor of Rhetoric and Linguistics at Carnegie Mellon University.
This week, Journalists Roundtable traveled to PennLive to talk with editors and reporters about their new digital-first newsroom. Journalists Roundtable airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 5 p.m.
Discover how to become an advocate for your child with your school system. Learn what rights and resources are available to you as you help your child navigate their school career.
Are you concerned about the way an older relative is being treated by a caregiver or another family member? Focus on Aging Adults takes a look at the causes, effects and prevention of Elder Abuse.
(VIDEO) Camp William Penn was the largest and first Civil War facility to exclusively train Northern-based federal black soldiers during the war. It was located in Chelten Hills just outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the 19th-century’s epicenter of the Underground Railroad. Boasting the biggest free-black population in the country, Philadelphia and Camp William Penn, hosted the greatest anti-slavery abolitionists and Underground Railroad of that century, including Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Robert Purvis and William Still.
A Gubernatorial candidates forum at Temple University with Allyson Schwartz, Rob McCord, Tom Wolf, John Hanger and Katie McGinty.
(VIDEO) This month’s PA Press Club luncheon features Congressman Charlie Dent, the U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania’s 15th Congressional District.
(VIDEO) Gov. Tom Corbett signs the transportation funding bill in Spring Mills, PA with PennDOT Secretary Barry Schoch.