Northern Snakehead. Photo courtesy of the PA Fish and Boat Commission (Joe Perillo, Philadelphia Water Department) What to look for on Smart Talk, Tuesday, August 20, 2019: Pennsylvania is at war against invasive species.
What to look for on Smart Talk, Monday, August 19, 2019: A strong economy is characterized by steady growth, low unemployment and little inflation. Everyone benefits during a strong economy, right? Not everyone, according to top economic leaders.
Children focus on a learning activity at the WITF “Back to School Bash” event on August 11, 2019, at the Clipper Magazine Stadium, Lancaster, Pa. Photo by Joanne Cassaro. A Ready, Set, Explore educational event is scheduled for Saturday, August 17,
The Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival takes the stage this weekend in beautiful Adams County. The festival is well-known among music lovers for presenting top-notch Bluegrass music and as a place featuring entertainment for the entire family.
Pennsylvania’s 28th Infantry Division of the National Guard has a long and storied past. The Division battle lineage dates to military campaigns during the Civil War and to the present-day conflict in Iraq. The “Iron Division” was also the first,
The most recent Franklin and Marshall College poll finds that Pennsylvania voters are generally satisfied with how things are going in the state, and their personal lives. Keystone voters also agree on several key issues; overhaul the state tax framewo...
What to look for on Smart Talk Friday, August 9, 2019: College student debt in the U.S. has been labeled a crisis, as the amount of outstanding loan balances exceed $1.5 trillion. Solving the crisis, however, is not so simple.
What to look for on Smart Talk Thursday, August 8, 2019: Bullying, like many things, is increasingly more complicated in the digital era. It used to be that kids could find respite from bullying behavior at home or once school let out. Now,
What to look for on Smart Talk Wednesday, August 7, 2019: More than one million Americans are living with the HIV virus. Thirty-six thousand of them are Pennsylvanians. There are about a thousand new HIV diagnoses every year in Pennsylvania.
Many Americans and lawmakers are demanding that something be done to prevent mass shootings like the ones in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio over the weekend. Thirty-one people died in those two incidents and dozens of others were wounded and injured.