In The News
The 16 anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks began the week while Washington, DC will end the week with hope.
As partisan battles rage in Washington at the onset of the new administration, a struggle in our own communities quietly, and lethally, continues.
The Framers of our Constitution intended the House of Representatives to be the ‘People’s House’—an institution directly accountable to the electorate through more frequent, localized elections.
Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-8, Middletown, joined a bipartisan group of federal legislators to introduce a bill designed to enhance training and education opportunities through apprenticeships.
The United States' immigration policy is a convoluted mess of laws that can only be straightened out through the legislative branch, said Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick.
U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-District 8) traveled to Israel a few weeks ago with high expectations.
Although we come from different backgrounds with different perspectives, one thing we can agree on is the need to protect our environment, both locally and globally.
The Pennsbury School District has formed an opioid and mental health task force to explore ways the district can better fight the abuse of opioids and other drugs.
President Donald Trump says he now plans to heed the advice of his own White House commission on drug addiction and declare the opioid epidemic a national public health emergency.
Trump announced the impending declaration Thursday just two days after Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price told reporters that it was not necessary.