Archive for October, 2010

In York County, some departed souls appear to be voting — but there’s an explanation

A comparison of York County’s list of active and inactive voters with the Social Security Administration’s file of every Pennsylvanian who died between 1937 and February found 27 unusual occurrences, or, in some cases, people who appeared to have voted after they had died. (1 min ago)

Teen suicides in Ontario community

SARNIA, Ont. – It gets better. That’s what Raychael Fisher tells herself every day. It’s been more than a year since she stopped cutting herself, and now she’s ready to tell her survivor’s story. (1 min ago)

Student Who Died Filming Practice Mourned

Sullen classmates gather for a special Mass to remember Declan Sullivan a day after he died in an accident during a Fighting Irish football practice. (33 secs ago)

Nachbar denies GOP’s claims

David Nachbar disputes claims made about him in his opponent’s campaign mailer. (34 secs ago)

Ridgeview student shares science project with Obama

Selin Altintas shakes hands with President Barack Obama at the White House Science Fair on Oct. 18. Altintas was one of 39 students who presented award-winning science projects to the president during the event. (1 min ago)

Longview police investigate raid on wrong residence

Posted: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 12:00 am | Updated: 3:19 am, Tue Oct 26, 2010. (47 secs ago)

Vote could change Obama

Washington? Preparing for political life after a bruising election, President Barack Obama will put greater emphasis on fiscal discipline, a nod to a nation sick of spending and to a Congress poised to become more Republican and determined to stop him. (24 secs ago)

LETTER: Vote for stormwater

On Nov. 2 James City voters will be asked to let the county issue up to $30 million in bonds to finance stormwater management projects. (57 secs ago)

Police called in over home’s care

POLICE were called to investigate the care of an elderly man at a Luton care home after a fall left him looking like he’d been beaten with a baseball bat?. (1 min ago)

Police seek assistance in Churchville hit-and-run

CHURCHVILLE State police are seeking the public’s assistance in a case where a 21-year-old job seeker was struck by a car last week while walking along U.S. 250. (35 secs ago)