Arconic to freeze U.S. pension plansArconic Inc. announced Monday that it will freeze U.S. defined benefit pension plans for its salaried and non-bargained hourly workforce and instead contribute to a 401(k) plan for the employees.
NORRISTOWN >> An Upper Merion man sentenced to death for killing a baby and her grandmother during a bungled kidnapping in 2012 has an execution date in February, but will likely get a reprieve because a death penalty moratorium previously was put in place by Gov. Tom Wolf.
On Monday, Pennsylvania Department of Corrections Secretary John Wetzel signed a “Notice of Execution” setting Friday, Feb.
TOWAMENCIN >> With a new direct ramp now open, 2018 could bring new talks on whether to change traffic patterns near the Lansdale interchange to the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Towamencin.
Several changes could be considered to better improve traffic flow and help cut down on traffic stacking that still happens near the interchange, traffic engineer Stephanie Butler of McMahon Associates told the board.
Two of the most respected people in the short track auto racing business will be honored by the Eastern Motorsport Press Association on January 13th. Theresa Rogers along with her late husband Bruce will be inducted into the EMPA Hall of Fame joining other major figures in the sport.
The EMPA is made up of members of the media (print, broadcast, photographers) that cover motorsports throughout the nation.
New trial date for Gary woman accused of smothering foster childCROWN POINT — A woman accused of smothering her 1-year-old foster child was granted a new trial date as attorneys continue to review evidence in the case.