Two months before the June 30th budget deadline, we are joined in our studio with Jeff Coleman, Founder & Principal of Churchill Strategies, and Pete Shelly, Partner at ShellyLyons Public Affairs & Communications.
Christine Fizzano Cannon is currently a judge on the Court of Common Pleas in Delaware County. She has seventeen years’ experience as a lawyer, and she’s a former county commissioner and Middletown Township Council member. As a member of the Governor’s Judicial Advisory Committee, she helped review credentials for prospective judge candidates. Now she’s running […]
Bill Peduto is running for a second term as mayor of the city of Pittsburgh. He says he’s responsible for hiring the highest numbers of police, firefighters, and building inspectors in decades. During the campaign, he’s been emphasizing the need to clean up the city’s water. He believes the solution lies in building public and […]
JTech Inc. creates world class highway safety equipment. In this tour, you’ll get to see how they assemble one of their attenuator trucks. Viewers will also learn more about the products they make and how they work to keep highway workers and everyday drivers safe.
The Martin Archives is a unique inside look into C.F. Martin & Co.’s reign as America’s oldest and most revered guitarmaker – viewed through a selection of images, correspondence, documents, and reproduced artifacts chosen from some 700,000 items the company has amassed over nearly two centuries. Many of these have lain unseen in the Martins’ […]
The Pennsylvania Society will gather for their 119th annual meeting, this year held in Pittsburgh, PA at the Omni William Penn Hotel. The meeting featured updates from the Society’s President and notable members. In addition, the Society presented the Distinguished Citizen of the Commonwealth award to Robert Nutting, who serves as Chairman of the Board […]
Journalists Roundtable is on the road at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette this week. In Harrisburg, the House was the center of legislative action as it considered four bills further privatizing the sale of wine and spirits, both at the wholesale and retail level. They also discussed a charter school bill that could save $27 million. As the primary election nears on May 18, incumbent first-term mayor Bill Peduto faces opposition in the primary from two contenders. Uber, the ride sharing service, has been in the news in the Pittsburgh area because it plans a Pittsburgh-based driverless car facility. Also, earlier this year, the governor announced the closure of a prison in Pittsburgh, a move expected to save $81 mllion. This week’s guests are from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Chris Potter, Reporter; Adam Smeltz; Reporter; and Brian O’Neill, Columnist. Our host is Brian Lockman.
Rep. Matt Gabler, Republican from Clearfield, and Rep. Matt Bradford, Democrat from Montgomery, give us their perspective on the budget process from the PA House. They have sent a version of the budget over to the Senate for review.
Irene Clark was a judge on the Pittsburgh Municipal Court for ten years. She had adjudicated thousands of cases there before turning her attention to housing and neighborhood revitalization. She’s also counseled clients involved in disputes between landlords and tenants. Now she’s running for one of two opens seats on Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court.
Paula Patrick is currently a judge on the Court of Common Pleas in Philadelphia. She’s written more than 400 opinions for the court. As a lawyer, she’s worked on criminal defense, personal injury cases, and family law. This year she became the first black woman to win endorsement from Pennsylvania’s Republican Party for a statewide […]