Abortion reversal treatment? A reality in Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA- In our most recent interview with WITF reporter Gabriela Martinez we did an interview with her where we discussed about anti-abortion treatment.
Here’s how Latino candidates did in the Pa. primary
(Harrisburg) – Last week’s primary resulted in several Latino candidates heading to general elections for state offices, and one vying to represent the midstate in Washington D.C.
Lancaster Co. lawmakers, hopefuls prepare for renewed debate on gun violence reduction bills
LANCASTER, Pa. – Following the recent shooting deaths of 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, and 10 Black people at a supermarket in Buffalo, N.Y., state lawmakers, and aspiring state lawmakers alike, who represent Lancaster County are gearing up for yet another battle over gun violence reduction legislation.
Mental Health: Procrastination “The Destructive Art of Delaying Tasks”
Philadelphia, PA- Lying on the couch in the living room watching your favorite show, scrolling your screen on Instagram while having fun with reels or TikTok's, is perhaps not a good idea if you have left important tasks behind, completely ignoring a long list of priorities, Although you are not doing it intentionally, you should know that the negative effects could be irreversible, it is very likely that at the end of the day you …
Pa. GOP U.S. Senate primary race headed for a recount
Acting Secretary of State Leigh Chapman announced Wednesday afternoon that the margin between Mehmet Oz and Dave McCormick in the GOP primary is enough to trigger an automatic recount, which could last into June and end up costing Pennsylvania taxpayers more than $1 million.
People’s Action Institute and Data for Progress Unveil New Poll Showing Critical Need and Bipartisan Support for Housing Repairs
Data for Progress and People’s Action Institute today unveiled new polling showing critical need and bipartisan support for public investment in housing repairs. The poll comes as housing prices and rent costs skyrocket in Pennsylvania leaving many families cash-strapped and forced to choose between paying for housing, making necessary repairs to their home, or covering basic utility costs.
After almost 60 years, Lebanon officials open the doors to their new downtown city hall
City officials officially cut the ribbon to their new Cumberland Street location, completing a long-awaited return of city hall and police headquarters to downtown Lebanon.
Educational: Lebanon Identity Crisis
Lebanon, PA.— Lebanon, Pennsylvania, a cornerstone of the Keystone State, is placed within the center of cultural and urban development in virtually every direction; yet the city itself has begun to experience something of an identity crisis.
Op-ed: The endless dark fight: Racism in the United States
In recent years we have been exposed to different cases of racism throughout the world, with the United States occupying one of the first places to use discrimination against people of dark skin. Many people wonder why a country being such a great power and with so many ways to combat this problem, cases of racism are still happening, where apart from bullying, ignorance and distinction which on several occasions end in deaths.
Berks County primary election faces technical problems, errors and criticism
County officials said they plan to give the public a full explanation of problems that occurred on election night after a thorough investigation is complete.
May 20, 2022
The Lebanon County Branch of the NAACP and the Annville Town Square Protesters for Racial Justice have announced a joint protest action and rally from 4-5 p.m. on Wednesday, May 25 in the Annville, PA, Town Square to mourn and remember the victims of the Buffalo Race Massacre and to condemn White supremacy and the poisonous “Great Replacement Theory” that inspired the gunman and that is being promoted by so many extremists right-wing pundits and …
May 19, 2022
Pittsburgh, PA – Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) Secretary Jennifer Berrier today joined lawmakers and employees of Bar Marco in downtown Pittsburgh to call for an end to the exploitation of workers currently allowed by the commonwealth’s embarrassingly low minimum wage of $7.25 an hour, and to highlight Governor Wolf’s minimum wage proposal that stands to benefit thousands of Pennsylvanians and their families.
Q Hubo News TV: Annubis Productions produces interview with Align Life Ministries discussing abortion and the potential overturn of Roe v. Wade
Through the We Are Lebanon, PA. platform Erik Soulliard had an interview with Mike Kocher, Vice President of Communications at Align Life Ministries. The interview seeks to take a deeper look into the topic of abortion that goes beyond politics and focuses on the lives of individuals who are affected by the change that this could bring to families in Pennsylvania and Nationwide.
Explainer: Introduction to Integrative Health
Lebanon, PA- Welcome to this new column on Integrative Health Care. You may also have heard of it by other names, such as Complementary and Integrative Medicine (CAM) or Holistic Health. This has been my passion for many years, even though I worked in the nursing field in traditional medicine all my life. Let me start by explaining what Complementary and Alternative Medicine is. Complementary Health Techniques (not the alternative ones) are used along with …