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  • From The Silent Generation To Gen Z

    Linda Williams, Editorial Correspondent|Jul 11, 2024

    In 2024, each generation has its own name. I never heard about age group titles until the “Boomers”. They started in 1946 and continued until 1965, which means my children are Boomers. My age group is referred to as the Silent Generation. We are known for conforming to whatever the government put in place. We, and when I say “We” I mean the majority, did not believe in birth out of wedlock. Divorce was frowned upon. We had children younger than any other generation. On the whole, we did not go against the system or government. Notice I said, “D...

  • Burke on Blair County Children Youth and Families

    Jul 11, 2024

    By Laura Burke Blair County Commissioner It is no secret that Blair County Children Youth and Families has struggled during the last several years. The Agency faces a complex situation that is affected by over-regulation, workforce shortages, high volume of referrals, not to mention low morale and burnout among staff. Recently the County entered into a Settlement Agreement with the Department of Human Services to restore its license while we continue to work to correct the problems that have developed over the last several years. One item of...

  • Books to Borrow Claysburg Area Public Library Recommends

    Jul 3, 2024

    By Jane Knisley Claysburg Area Public Library “First Lie Wins” by Ashley Elston is a must read for anyone who enjoys thrillers and mysteries! Evie Porter has a perfect life. A handsome boyfriend, a beautiful home and a great group of friends. It almost seems too good to be true… because it is. The secret? Evie Porter doesn’t actually exist. The routine is always the same; she is given a portfolio with an identity and location then later comes the mark - all courtesy of Mr. Smith, who she’s never met. Her current target is Ryan Sumner, a...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Jun 27, 2024

    In the year 2024, the immense capabilities of technology are almost beyond comprehension. One can undergo medical testing and, a few hours later, the results are on a phone app. Security cameras enable homeowners to keep an eye on their pets while at work or witness the delivery of a package while on vacation. Most churches provide on-line options of their services for public viewing every week. So why is the Spring Cove School District still not live-streaming or, at the very least, posting recordings of our school board meetings for parents...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Jun 27, 2024

    Before I describe my feelings about the actions of Kevin Smith at the June 17 th Spring Cove School Board meeting, let me tell you about my experience as an educator. For 35 years before moving to this area, I was an educator in several capacities. One was to help mentor young people entering the field of education. At the first Spring Cove school board meeting that I attended something happened that I have never ever seen before, a director voted against the appointment of a teacher without explanation nor reason. That is unheard of in any...

  • Books to Borrow Claysburg Area Public Library Recommends

    Jane Knisely, Claysburg Area Public Library|Jun 27, 2024

    As one of the most anticipated romantasy books of 2024, Danielle L Jensen’s A Fate Inked in Blood did not disappoint! It is foretold that a Shield Maiden will unite Skaland under the one who controls her fate. Enter Freya. Freya is in an unwanted marriage to a fisherman, spending her days being a violent Viking’s housewife and dreaming of becoming a warrior. She also has a big secret - she has a drop of the goddess’s blood, which allows her to repel any attack. Suddenly, her circumstances change and not only is she forced to fight for her l...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Jun 20, 2024

    I would like to thank you for the articles you have printed concerning Leah Shackley’s training and quest to be able to swim for the USA at the summer Olympics in Paris in July. By the time you read today’s paper we should have a pretty good idea if she has qualified in any of her events. Quite a few from the Cove and Hollidaysburg/Altoona area have been watching her train for the last 5 years at the Blair Regional YMCA and feel she has a good chance to qualify, and if she doesn’t make it this time, it’s not lack of training or desire. She is...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Jun 20, 2024

    I attended the meeting of the Spring Cove School District Board of Directors on Monday, June 17. I was there because the board was going to vote on whether to hire my daughter Helena as a 7th-Grade English teacher. Before the vote on hiring, the board had to deal with the question of where to set the tax rate for the 2024-25 school year and then vote on the resulting annual budget. I spent about 25 years attending and writing about government and school board meetings as a reporter so the discussion around the tax and budget votes was familiar...

  • Books to Borrow Claysburg Area Public Library Recommends

    Jane Knisely, Claysburg Area Public Library|Jun 20, 2024

    David Reid, an American photographer, was visiting Poland and was befriended by Baron Roenne. The Baron was interested in anything American. He even had a car sent to his home from America. The Baron’s daughter, Nadia, met David at a social event at her home. Nadia did not have the fascination with America or Americans that her father did. Yet, she was the perfect daughter of an aristocrat and danced with the American. Baron Roenne was aware of the Nazi activities spreading across Europe. He asked David to take care of his wife and daughter a...

  • Books to Borrow Claysburg Area Public Library Recommends

    Jane Knisely of, Claysburg Area Public Library|Jun 13, 2024

    Hello Beautiful is a modern version of Little Women. Charlie and Rose Padavano raised four close-knit daughters. Julia was the oldest. She was the organizer and planner. If there was a problem, they went to Julia. She always had the answers. She had her life and the lives of her sisters all planned out. Sylvie was the second. She worked at the local library. Sylvie dreamed of meeting her soul mate. No ordinary boyfriend would do. Then there was the twins, Emeline and Cecelia. Emeline loved working with children. She was a nurturer. Cecelia was...

  • SPF what? Your Guide to Decoding Sunscreen

    Jennifer Brooks, Geisinger dermatologist|Jun 13, 2024

    If you’re planning to spend time outdoors, you may bring along a few essentials, like a hat or sunglasses. But before you head out, there’s one thing you should never forget — sunscreen. Whether it comes in a can or a tube, proper sun protection can help you avoid a sunburn. Getting a sunburn, even a minor one, damages your skin. The best way to protect yourself from the sun’s rays is to wear sunscreen. The sun produces two types of rays — ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB). UVB rays cause sunburn, while UVA rays lead to deeper sk...

  • When A Headache Is More Than Just A Pain

    Abigail Chua, Geisinger neurologist|Jun 13, 2024

    If you have headaches, you know how debilitating and intense they can be. Sometimes, an over-the-counter pain reliever is enough to dull the pain. But what if you need more? There are actually hundreds of different types of headaches, all with different causes and treatments. It’s also important to remember that headaches can occur in children as well, not just adults. When you understand the type of headache you have, you can treat it more effectively. Here are some of the common headache types and what treatments may work for each one. T...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Jun 6, 2024

    As a resident of Martinsburg, I am proud that the community recognizes patriotic days such as Memorial Day. My wife and I attended the past Memorial Day recognition at Memorial Park hosted by VFW. While somber and dignified, I left with some observations that were disappointing and detracted from the event. 1. The Program handed out said, “Today is a day of remembrance and honor of all those that fought for the freedoms we have today,” no that is Veteran’s Day; 2. The Memorial park Banquet Hall was less than half filled; 3. Only one Borou...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Jun 6, 2024

    The Friends of the Martinsburg Community Library wish to thank everyone who helped make this year’s outdoor Book Sale such a success. Like everything in life when many community members pitch in and help an event becomes a success in many ways. This year’s used book sale was a success despite a heavy rainfall that made for a lot of hard work to save books. The Friends want to thank the whole Morrison Cove community for their support. We also want to thank the following people: Sharlene Scottie, Reggie Nevins, the Boy Scouts of Martinsburg, and...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Jun 6, 2024

    Put me on the side of those who prefer the hymn “Lift Every Voice and Sing” — should have been sung as part of the program.The song had quite a history and legacy. Ideally, every church in the Cove will include this hymn in their worship to promote inclusion of everyone in our society. Jim Glunt Martinsburg...

  • Books to Borrow Claysburg Area Public Library Recommends

    Jane Knisely, Claysburg Area Public Library|Jun 6, 2024

    Bri Tucker was recently hired as a fire investigator. Ironically, she was called to investigate the fire at Les Kavanaugh’s house. It seemed ironic that Mr. Kavanaugh, a retired fire investigator, would die in a house fire. ATF was called in to help Bri, not that she needed the help. Marc Davis from ATF arrived at the scene. Marc had recently moved to St. Louis to care for his grandmother who had cancer. Bri was determined to keep their investigation strictly professional in spite of the fact that Marc was a very attractive young man. Marc c...

  • Letters to the Editor

    May 30, 2024

    I do not know Dr. Betsy Baker. I have never spoken with her, been introduced to her or even know what she looks like. I have no children in the district and never have. I do, however, have a daughter who is just beginning her career as an educator and have learned from her that people do not get into education for anything other than the love of children and learning. From where I stand Dr. Baker still has that love that led her to education back at the beginning of her career. I can’t imagine fighting an uphill battle EVERY DAY unless you t...

  • Understanding personality changes after a stroke

    Dr. Clemens Schirmer, Geisinger cerebrovascular Neurosurgeon|May 30, 2024

    You’re probably familiar with the noticeable physical effects after someone has a stroke. But personality and behavioral changes after stroke are common, too. It’s not surprising: A stroke is a significant medical event that disrupts blood flow to the brain — the seat of our emotions and behaviors. These personality and behavioral changes can vary quite a bit from one person to the next, depending on which part of the brain the stroke affected. A stroke on one side or portion of the brain will cause different problems than a stroke on the o...

  • Books to Borrow Roaring Spring Community Library Recommends

    May 30, 2024

    Wallace has made two wise choices. First off, he doesn’t begin with information about World War II and nuclear energy physics. Instead, he starts with Harry Truman and the enormous, unexpected responsibility Truman must take on in the wake of FDR’s passing. Of course, part of that duty is to decide whether or not to use the atomic bomb, which raises numerous moral, military, and geopolitical issues. Even the hazy future of our life on Earth is revealed in this research. Wallace drew me into the...

  • Letters to the Editor

    May 23, 2024

    I side with Mr. Hershberger. This was a very poor decision on the part of the Spring Cove School District Superintendent and the Middle School Principal to not let the Middle School Choir perform the song, ”Lift Every Voice and Sing”. Mr. Hershberger had a much better approach. This type of decision is why the public school system in our country and now in the cove is in such a mess. It was said this was all done in the spirit of inclusion and to avoid controversy and conflict. What a Crock! No Controversy? How did that work out!! We no lon...

  • Letters to the Editor

    May 23, 2024

    What a welcome sight are the beautiful flowers in planters at the Square and the corner of Allegheny and Walnut Street in Martinsburg! We would like to thank these greenhouses for their donations of all the plants: Brubakers, Piney Creek, and Spring Farm. Also, thanks to those that planted, and those who will water and care for these plants all summer, and those businesses, Leidy’s and Garman’s that will provide the water! It is very much appreciated! Linda K. Smith Martinsburg Flower Committee...

  • Books to Borrow Roaring Spring Community Library Recommends

    May 23, 2024

    Reading NO EXIT makes you feel as though you’re riding a roller coaster. It begins out slowly, but after you get through the first obvious twist, it quickly picks up speed and there is no way out until the very end. No Exit has all the elements of a successful thriller film: a clever setup, a few unnerving characters, and engaging storytelling that will keep you guessing right up until the very end. When you think you have everything worked out, something will change. The turns are precisely t...

  • Underwear Styles

    Dave Potchak|May 16, 2024

    When it comes to garments and fashion - what’s in style and what attire is best for different situations - I admit that I am a total moron. The only exception to my insufficient vesture knowledge is my underwear. I wrote the book when it comes to a man’s underclothing and I am an expert regarding what choice a man should make when it comes to donning a particular style. Jockey briefs From my early childhood years through my forties, I’d always worn jockey briefs. I guess my mom purchased those for me when I was a kid and I just never quest...

  • Books to Borrow Roaring Spring Community Library Recommends

    Roaring Spring, Community Library Intern|May 16, 2024

    Alyson The universe surrounding the characters in Noel’s novel is vividly described, and boy, what a great world it is! For me, this book has been fantastic. Although it was a pleasant surprise, I still don’t know who Damen is since at the time I was completely unaware of the series’ true purpose. Being in the dark has been a lovely surprise. I only realized he was immortal because of the series’ name, which makes sense given that it is about immortals. Ever has been one of my favorite people,...

  • Letters to the Editor

    May 16, 2024

    My name is J. Patrick McGill and I am a music teacher in Washington County. I am also married to Bethany Mingle, a 2001 graduate of Central High School. We met in Pittsburgh where both of us have had successful careers as singers with the most prestigious organizations in the city, including the Pittsburgh Opera, Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, and Resonance Works Pittsburgh, in addition to her work as a physician assistant and mine as a teacher. We are both appalled at the hasty removal of the song “Lift Every Voice and Sing” from the Spr...

  • Letters to the Editor

    May 16, 2024

    I’m writing in reference to the decision that was made by members of our Spring Cove School District administration to exclude the song “Lift Every Voice and Sing” from the Spring Concert performed at the Middle School on May 7, 2024. As a parent, I am saddened by this decision as it directly affected my son who is a chorus member. The excluded song was his favorite song that they had learned for this concert and the one he looked forward most to performing. As a person who values education, I am enraged by this instance of censorship. How do w...

  • Letters to the Editor

    May 16, 2024

    On Thursday, May 9 while driving a blue Jeep, I was very rude to you in the Ollie’s parking lot located in Duncansville. It was early afternoon when the incident happened . It was raining and a very sweet gentleman had pulled up to the exit door so he could assist his dear wife get into their car. While the gentleman was putting their packages in the trunk, I rushed from the store to my Jeep and began backing out of my parking space. I tried to squeeze out and rush off, but because of the way the Buick was positioned, I was blocked in. The gent...

  • Letters to the Editor

    May 16, 2024

    Many years ago, President Eisenhower drove through the Cove. He named it “The Land of Milk and Honey.” Sadly, if a dignitary visited the area today, he or she would call it “The Land of the Silenced.” Over the last year I have seen numerous efforts by some citizens to silence anyone who is different than they are. For example, several months ago a church in the Cove used the bulk of their endowment so in order to disaffiliate from their national church organization, and in that way, they could keep people they didn’t like or judged out of th...

  • The Crazy Things We Do

    Linda Williams|May 9, 2024

    Did you ever do something so ridiculous, you just had to laugh at yourself? I seem to have a knack for that sort of thing. For instance, we have a red Subaru, so in my mind every red Subaru, actually, every red car is ours. I jumped in a red car with a church family one Sunday morning. They laughed and said, sure, I could go home with them. I am constantly peering into red cars as I hit the unlock button before I realize it is not our red car. But the worst was the day my husband dropped me off for a doctor’s appointment in Altoona then went t...

  • Biden Adminstration's Pause on LNG Projects Impacts

    MATT ESPENSHADE, President Pennsylvania State Grange|May 9, 2024

    With new discoveries and technologies developing at lightning speed, our fast-paced world is becoming increasingly interdependent. What happens in one region can have an almost instantaneous impact a world away. And it’s not just global events that can have this effect. Business productivity and global economies are increasingly tied together. What’s happening in one industry can have significant ramifications on another. The ripple effects are ongoing. One current example is the Biden administration’s pause on U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG)...

  • Reforms Needed to Lower Prescription Costs for Pennsylvania Pharmacies, Families

    May 2, 2024

    By Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) Sen. Christine Tartaglione (D-2) Rep. Jessica Benham (D-36) Rep. Valerie Gaydos (R-44) It’s hard to believe that right now, in the 21st Century, countless Pennsylvanians are losing access to affordable prescription drugs. But that’s exactly what’s happening as more and more community pharmacies are being forced to close their doors due to the little-known role pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) play in our health care system. Because of PBMs, our commonwealth’s community pharmacies are faced with Medicaid reimbur...

  • Books to Borrow Roaring Spring Community Library Recommends

    May 2, 2024

    The writers make it plain right away that they are not conspiracy theorists, but they do provide evidence for those hypotheses in their sections on JFK’s formidable foes who would have been ready and able to carry out the assassination. This chapter about his family’s ascent to prominence includes information about his family’s connections to Mafia leaders and associates, including Frank Sinatra. JFK’s bond with Martin Luther King, Jr. and their shared distaste for Vice President Johnson...

  • It All Started In The Cove

    Linda Williams|Apr 25, 2024

    On April 4, my husband of almost 65 years turned 90. It was certainly cause for celebration, but what kind and how big? We remembered our son, Edwin, will be turning 60 in May so possibly, a double party? But wait, there is my brother, Jay, who will turn 80 in November and our grandson, Cory, who will be 40 in October. Calling in the family squad plus a few assorted friends, we planned a party for the birthday boys in June. It will be a four-day event in Virginia. They are the most loved men in my life and all of them have at least a slight...

  • Books to Borrow Roaring Spring Community Library Recommends

    Apr 25, 2024

    In the book Blind Side, a homeless teenager is taken in by a married couple who see him on the side of the road and give him a place to live. He develops a close bond with them while he is with them, and when he starts going to a luxury event where many white Americans attend, he only has a few pairs of clothes. Although he doesn’t have the best grades in the world and is only beginning to play football, security is his top priority. As a result of his adoptive parents taking advantage of t...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Apr 18, 2024

    To the Editor: The primary election for the 80th District state representative race is being watched across the Commonwealth. Rep. Jim Gregory has served since 2018 and has campaigned as being a conservative standing up for our community and our values. How conservative is it for our representative to nominate and vote in favor of a far-left liberal democrat to be speaker of the House when the Republicans have a slim majority? How conservative is it to continue to vote to fund the University of Pittsburgh in light of its abhorrent conduct with...

  • American Sniper

    Roaring Spring, Community Library Intern|Apr 18, 2024

    It was really informative for individuals who are addicted to the thrill rush that war can be entirely rewarding in more ways than just conflict. It was an extremely intriguing book to read. The author was one of these men; when offered a promotion to an office job as a planner, he declined it because what he really wanted to do was be in the thick of the action with a gun and his friends. He was willing to put up with all manner of hardship and danger in addition to declining a pay raise to do this. Kyle has many amusing tales to tell about...

  • The Month of April Began With the Fools' Day

    Linda Williams|Apr 11, 2024

    Ever wonder why we have “April Fool’s Day”? Why not May Fool or August Fool? The practice of telling someone their shoelace is untied when it is not or sending someone on a foolish errand is pretty much observed all over the world. In many countries, according to Britannica Online, newspapers or radio stations might observe this special event with false headlines or stories. When I worked at the Bedford Gazette it was an annual fun time to think up something to fool the readers. One was a picture of a submarine that had supposedly subme...

  • Books to Borrow Roaring Spring Community Library Recommends

    Roaring Spring Community Library Intern|Apr 11, 2024

    It is a well-written, gripping work of historical fiction set during World War II and an espionage thriller. The story moves quickly and includes an endearing heroine, suspense, intrigue, turns, and twists. The author’s remarks are fascinating and helpful, and readers will value them considerably. It was jam-packed with all kinds of drama involving the French fighter network that never ought to have occurred but did. She was crucial in the case of an engineer who had passed away, but she had l...

  • CORRECTION

    Apr 11, 2024

    A letter to the editor from Wayne Bush published on Page A-4 in the April 4, 2024, edition of the Herald neglected to include Mr. Bush’s place of residence. Mr. Bush’s residence should have appeared as Roaring Spring. Editor’s Note: We want to get it right! If you spot an error in the Herald’s pages, please contact us. We will print a correction or explanation as soon as we can. Send corrections to news@mcheraldonline.com or call 793-2144. Thank you for keeping the Herald accurate and reliable....

  • Letters to the Editor

    Apr 11, 2024

    To the Editor: Why did I abandon my previous support for Jim Gregory? Because he abandoned us with his nominating and voting for Mark Rozzi, a liberal, pro-abortion Democrat for speaker of the House of Representatives in Pennsylvania in January 2023. When I decide who I’m going to support and vote for each election, I make sure the candidate I support is pro-life. Jim Gregory is pro-life too, according to the PA Pro-Life Federation. If that is the case, how come he didn’t vote pro-life for speaker of the House as my state representative? The...

  • Rep. Jim Gregory is a Reliable Friend to Fire Companies

    Apr 11, 2024

    To the Editor: As chief of the Freedom Township Volunteer Fire Department, I encourage all voters in the 80th District to cast their votes for Jim Gregory for state representative. Jim has been more than a friend to the volunteer fire service and he has been a reliable source of much needed funding. Volunteer fire companies rely on fundraisers and donations, but it is not enough. Jim recognizes that and has helped secure grant money and pointed us in the direction of other funding sources. When the fire whistle blows, it is important to know...

  • April 1 Was Flitting Day

    Apr 11, 2024

    To the Editor: I hope the residents of Blair County realize how fortunate they are to have a weekly newspaper. Weeklies are the perfect inexpensive way to unite communities, families, military veterans serving far away, and generations that are separated by years, decades and even centuries. I just read the April 4 edition. The Herald commented on April 6, 1899, that April 1 was moving day. There was another name for “moving day” and that was “Flitting Day.” When I first learned about Flitting Day, it was from a weekly newspaper. I asked m...

  • Kids Say The Darndest Things... And At The Worst Possible Time

    Dave Potchak|Apr 4, 2024

    If you’re a baby boomer, you might recall a television show back in the day entitled “Kids Say the Darndest Things.” The show’s host was Art Linkletter, a well-known TV and radio personality at the time. He would present clips of the funniest things that kids said during his on-air interviews with them. I can testify that his presentations were authentic, because they definitely hit home on many occasions. My phone interview Early in my teaching career, I noticed an ad in the local paper for a job opening in the pharmaceutical sales field....

  • Letters to the Editor

    Apr 4, 2024

    To the Editor: On March 26, the Blair County Tea Party held an open public meeting to introduce the Republican candidates running for state representative of the 80th District, Jim Gregory, the incumbent, and Scott Barger the challenger. The event was to allow the public to hear both candidates express their views on a variety of subjects. Jim Gregory chose NOT to attend. In January, Jim Gregory was invited by the Tea Party and asked if the February or March meeting best fit his schedule. His response was neither. Additional contacts were made...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Apr 4, 2024

    To the Editor: National Library Week 2024 will be celebrated Sunday, April 7, through Saturday, April 13. This is a time to celebrate our nation’s libraries, librarians, library workers and to promote library use and support. This year’s theme is “Ready, Set, Library!” Libraries offer all kinds of activities besides offering books to borrow and reference material. Libraries have computers, photocopiers and fax machines. There are many fun and educational programs scheduled for children and adults including story times, book discussions and art...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Apr 4, 2024

    To the Editor, Sometimes the conspicuous is not-so-conspicuous until it’s pointed out. In politics, it’s acceptable – expected – for sitting politicians to support each other for re-election. It’s not so acceptable to publicly support a primary challenger. The party sees it as distasteful. Does Jim Gregory enjoy the public support of any of his General Assembly peers for re-election? No, no he does not. But, former state Sen. Eichelberger and former state Rep. McGinnis, free from unwritten party rules, are publicly supporting Gregory’s...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Mar 28, 2024

    Homewood Residents Learn About Cove History To the Editor: Homewood at Martinsburg’s Library Committee hosted a “Meet the Author” event on Tuesday, March 19, featuring Martinsburg’s own author Randy K. Stoltz. Randy is the author of “Civil War and the Hearts of Morrisons Cove,” a book that delves into the stories of veterans from the Cove and their contributions to the war. During the event, Randy showcased memorabilia from the Cove, including a booklet on the dedication of the Morrisons Cove Memorial Park in 1934. He also shared insights in...

  • Herald Website Experiences a Delay in Updating

    Allan J. Bassler, Publisher|Mar 28, 2024

    If you check the Herald’s website regularly, you might have noticed a problem recently. For technical reasons that are still not clear, we were not able to upload the content of the March 21, 2024, edition of the Herald to the website. Please accept our apologies. We’re still not sure what happened but we have managed to (at least temporarily) regain access to the site. We will be uploading the contents of the March 21 edition and this week’s edition as soon as we can – probably by Thursday of this week (March 28). Not being able to upload...

  • State Releases New Guidance on Current Respiratory Diseases

    Mar 21, 2024

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released new guidance for preventing respiratory virus diseases. The CDC has included COVID-19 in the new guidance because effective vaccines, treatments, and widespread immunity to SARS-CoV-2 have contributed to lower rates of severe disease and death. COVID-19 also shares risk factors and prevention strategies with other respiratory virus diseases. The new guidance recommends that people ill with COVID-19 stay home and isolate from others until they have been fever-free for at least 24...

  • License Plates Subject of Gregory Events

    Mar 21, 2024

    Because illegible license plates are required by state law to be replaced, Rep. Jim Gregory will host two events in which motorists can start the process to get replacement plates. License plates that are blistered, peeling or discolored can be replaced for free if a representative from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation or law enforcement officer deems them illegible. An officer will be present from: 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 3, at the guest services building at the main entrance of DelGrosso’s Park on the waterpark side of t...

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