Taxis, like power companies, are regulated by the state Public Utility Commission and, like power companies, typically have monopolies or near-monopolies where they operate. So it’s not particularly surprising that the agency recoiled at the prospect of c (read more)
Government secrets should be an oxymoron rather than a common aspect of public business. Even at the federal level, where national security is in play, secrets should be rare. At the local level, they should be non-existent. Scranton Mayor Bill Courtright (read more)

Chris Kelly
The search for Acting Mayor Bill Courtright ended Wednesday, when the headlines finally forced him to return multiple calls from The Times-Tribune. Turns out he wasn’t missing, just busy working on a top-secret plan to save the city from objective reality, which has a nasty anti-Scranton bias. (read more)

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