Marietta, PA Yellow Pages | GoMyLocal.com - LANCASTER Pennsylvania SHOCKS MILLS 717 17547

Search By Category

Marietta, PA

  • Local Listings

  • News

  • Jobs

  • Tweets


1234 Your Address
Marietta, PA 17547
 
 
Your Phone #
Your Fax #
 
Directions
Website
 

 
Business & Professional Associations, Organizations, & Foundations
Marietta , PA 17547
 
0 Reviews
   Write Review
(717) 426-2738
  bookmark this business Bookmark
 
Directions
 
 
 
1125 River Road
Marietta , PA 17547
 
0 Reviews
   Write Review
(717) 426-4584
  bookmark this business Bookmark
 
Directions
 
 
 
44 West Market Street
Marietta , PA 17547
 
0 Reviews
   Write Review
(717) 426-3166
  bookmark this business Bookmark
 
Directions
 
 
 
Hair Care & Treatment
41 West Market Street
Marietta , PA 17547
 
0 Reviews
   Write Review
(717) 426-2727
  bookmark this business Bookmark
 
Directions
 
 

Senate Widens Scope of Trump-Russia Probe

Senate Widens Scope of Trump-Russia ProbeCongressman Jim Himes discusses another night of blockbuster news on the Trump-Russia investigation and the scope of the investigation into the Donald Trump campaign.



Trump exalts ?great win? for candidate charged with assault

Trump exalts ?great win? for candidate charged with assaultNo other leader at the G-7 meeting mentioned Thursday?s GOP victory in Montana, so President Trump praised it himself.



Fitbit Unravels Man?s Story About Wife?s Murder

Fitbit Unravels Man?s Story About Wife?s MurderRichard Dabate appeared in court Friday, pleading not guilty to the charge that he murdered his wife Connie in 2015. He told police that an intruder shot her, but her Fitbit tells a different story.



Lawsuit: Zillow ?Zestimates? Are Wrong, Preventing Homes from Selling

Lawsuit: Zillow ?Zestimates? Are Wrong, Preventing Homes from SellingZillow estimates values for 110 million homes across America as ?zestimates,? but many have questioned the company?s accuracy, including one homeowner who claims she can?t sell her home because of it.



The Latest: Alabama raced clock to execute inmate

The Latest: Alabama raced clock to execute inmateATMORE, Ala. (AP) ? The Latest on Alabama's execution of inmate Tommy Arthur (all times local):



Portland attack: Man slits throats of would-be heroes who stepped in to stop Islamophobic abuse on MAX train

Portland attack: Man slits throats of would-be heroes who stepped in to stop Islamophobic abuse on MAX trainWitnesses who saw a triple stabbing on a train in Oregon say it may have been racially motivated, after a man who launched into a racist rant against two Muslim women then attacked passengers when they tried to intervene. The attacker slashed the throats of three people as the Metro Area Express (MAX) train was pulling into a station in the north east corner of Portland ? leaving two dead and one injured. Before the stabbing, the assailant on the train was ranting on many topics, using "hate speech or biased language," and then turned his focus on the women, Police Sergeant Pete Simpson said.



TSA Is Testing a Change That Could Make Airport Security Even Slower

TSA Is Testing a Change That Could Make Airport Security Even SlowerTravelers at some U.S. airports are being asked to place electronic devices bigger than a cellphone in separate bins.



Iraq forces launch broad attack on IS holdouts in Mosul

Iraq forces launch broad attack on IS holdouts in MosulIraqi forces have launched a broad assault on parts of battleground second city Mosul still held by the Islamic State group, the military announced on Saturday. The offensive is the latest push in the more than seven-month battle to retake Mosul, a linchpin in IS's now crumbling attempt to establish a cross-border jihadist "state". Multiple security forces units are attacking "what remains of the unliberated areas" on the west bank of the River Tigris, the Joint Operations Command said in a statement.



GM sued over excess emissions in Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra Duramax Diesel

GM sued over excess emissions in Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra Duramax DieselToday's auto news headlines read like a warped version of Oprah Winfrey's infamous car giveaway: "You're getting sued for excess diesel emissions! And you're getting sued for excess diesel emissions! Everyone's getting sued for excess diesel emissions!" We say that because General Motors is now being sued for excess diesel emissions.  Fenner et al v General Motors LLC et al The suit filed in Detroit's federal court yesterday alleges that GM illegally outfitted 705,000 pickups with defeat devices similar to those deployed by Volkswagen in 11 million cars worldwide, including 565,000 registered in the U.S. The suit covers 2011-2016 models of the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra Duramax Diesel. Unlike the lawsuit filed earlier this week against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, this one comes from consumers, not the U.S. Department of Justice. It alleges that GM employed at least three defeat devices that allowed trucks to emit up to five times the legal limit of pollutants while on the road but to keep emissions within legal limits during regulatory tests.  Fenner et al v General Motors LLC et al alleges that GM broke a number of racketeering and consumer protection laws. Plaintiffs seek a wide range of compensation, including payouts for lost resale value and buybacks of their vehicles. They're also seeking punitive damages against the automaker. Interestingly, the suit also names German supplier Bosch as a defendant. If the case goes to trial, that could be significant, since Bosch was very closely linked to the Volkswagen scandal. If you follow car news, it probably won't surprise you to learn that plaintiffs in the GM case are represented in part by Hagens Berman law firm, which has been a key player in the Dieselgate settlement and many other auto-related suits. GM has issued a brief statement about the lawsuit that reads, in full: "These claims are baseless and we will vigorously defend ourselves. The Duramax Diesel Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra comply with all U.S. EPA and CARB emissions regulations." It's worth noting that this is one of at least two cases being brought by consumers against GM over its diesel vehicles--the other involving emissions in the Chevrolet Cruze diesel. Our take Who will prevail? We can't say because, much to some of our mothers' chagrin, we're not lawyers. However, we do know that the case puts GM in an awkward position. If the case goes to trial, it might prove GM's innocence, but GM's name would remain in the headlines for months and potentially years. Being associated with a high-profile case related to diesel emissions fraud at this time in history wouldn't do much for GM's diesel sales. That's a real problem, as GM appears to have banked on cornering the diesel market as other automakers retreat. On the other hand, settling this case (and the one involving the Cruze for that matter) out of court wouldn't do anything to exonerate GM. However, in terms of publicity, it might be for the best. Either way, shareholders will want GM to put the case to rest as soon as possible: stock prices took a plunge yesterday after the lawsuit was filed, though some of that value could be regained in trading today.



Introducing T-Mobile 'Digits'

Introducing T-Mobile 'Digits'Customers are now able to access one phone number on multiple devices or multiple numbers on one device.