CLEARFIELD – A number of Clearfield County road maintenance projects are scheduled for this week, and PennDOT says to always be sure to use extra caution in work areas and be aware that maintenance project crews could be working at any time of the... Read More.
UNDATED – In honor of one of Western Pennsylvania’s most beloved sons, Fred Rogers, it’s 1-4-3 Day in PA.Mister Rogers used 1-4-3 as a shorthand to say “I Love You” based on the number of letters in each word.Today, on this 143rd day of... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Parents on TikTok are spreading the word about Target's lenient return policy that applies to over 45 of their private label brands, including their children's clothing line Cat & Jack.TikTokker Sandra Puente shared a recent shopping trip to Target where she... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- For the roughly 750,000 people who live in New York's 3rd Congressional District, embattled Rep. George Santos is more than the near-daily headlines he makes.The freshman congressman, a Republican, sits at the center of controversy over his past falsehoods and embellishments and... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Merriam-Webster defines gaslighting as "the act or practice of grossly misleading someone especially for one's own advantage."Now, the term has been dubbed the 2022 Word of the Year, the oldest U.S. dictionary publisher announced Monday."The increase in dictionary lookups for gaslighting... Read More.
(COLUMBUS, Ohio) -- Ohio State University was granted a trademark to use the word "THE" on apparel and merchandise to promote its athletic teams.The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office had previously rejected Ohio State's application, claiming the trademark appeared to be for a "merely... Read More.
Actor Brett Goldstein got great mileage out of the "f" word in Ted Lasso -- and even out of character used it profusely in accepting his Emmy last year. But now he's taught it to the fuzzy residents of Sesame Street.However, it's not the... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- "The biggest science event of the year quickly became the biggest political debate in our country, and the word at the center of both stories is vaccine," Peter Sokolowski, Merriam-Webster’s editor at large, said in a press release. "Few words can... Read More.