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The Roots Saved 60 Jobs. Geno's Steaks Saved 38. How Pandemic Loans Impacted Pennsylvania, New Jersey and DelawareMore than 47,000 businesses and nonprofits in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, from large construction companies and schools to museums and restaurants, borrowed at least $150,000 from the federal Paycheck Protection Program, according to new data.

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Philly International Students Feel 'Betrayed' by Trump Threat to End Their VisasUnless international students take a class in-person, ICE may force them to leave the country.

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Incumbents Sweep Races in New Jersey's First Almost All-Mail Primary Amid CoronavirusIt took a couple of days of counting, but New Jersey's first nearly all-mail statewide primary turned out to be good for incumbents.

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Gov. Phil Murphy Says $20M in CARES Funding Going to New Jersey Food BanksNew Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy says he is directing $20 million in federal coronavirus relief funds to food banks across the state.

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First Alert Weather: Coastal Storm to Bring Flooding Threat to Philadelphia RegionAfter a hot and muggy Thursday, a coastal storm that could develop into a tropical storm is expected to bring heavy rain Friday and the potential for flooding throughout the region.

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Pa. Health Dept. 719 Cases Bring Statewide Total To 92,867, Death Toll Reaches Over 6,800The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 719 new cases of Coronavirus on Thursday, and 36 more deaths.

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Gov. Tom Wolf Extends Pennsylvania Eviction, Foreclosure Ban Until AugustPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is extending his moratorium on evictions and foreclosures through Aug. 31, his press office announced Thursday.

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Philadelphia Union Honor Black Victims of Police Brutality With Amazing Jersey NodUnion players are wearing jerseys with the names of Black adults and children killed by police.

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Pennsylvania temporarily bans smoking inside casinosThe State Gaming Control Board cited an expanded face-covering order by the Health Department on June 1 as the reason for the ban.

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Gov. Wolf Announces $10 Million Available to Support Pennsylvania's Food SystemGovernor Tom Wolf today announced that $10 million is now available for Pennsylvania businesses that have worked to maintain access to fresh, healthy food throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Confession: My quarantine habit is buying really weird stuff onlineAnyone else turn to ecommerce for their daily serotonin boost?

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Dog Walk Challenge: Days 1,524 to 1,530We were in Pennsylvania for part of the week - despite the heat and humidity, I managed to get some walking in.

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The ShakedownSetting out on my hike to run all of my gear through the paces. See how I utilize AllTrails, Map My Walk, and set the pace for my mile hike around Green Lane Reservoir in Pennsylvania all in preparation for my section hiking of the Appalachian Trail.

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The Semi-Suburban Neighborhood on Pittsburgh's Eastern EdgeEast Hills is the often forgotten East End district lying to the east of Homewood and north of Wilkinsburg.

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Pennsylvania to hold new slot license auctionThe Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board will hold an action on 2 September for a Category 4 Slot Machine Licence.

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Observatory HillObservatory Hill or Perry Hilltop was named both in honor of Commodore Perry and the Historic Allegheny Observatory, the City's first astronomy building gracing the top of Riverview Park.

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Have You Seen Him? Philly Police Search for Missing 2-Year-Old BoyPhiladelphia police are asking for the public's help in finding a 2-year-old boy who has been missing since Tuesday morning.

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Joe Biden Speaks in Dunmore, PennsylvaniaJoe Biden, the presumptive 2020 Democratic presidential nominee, tours McGregor Industries metal works facility and delivers remarks on economic recovery amid the coronavirus pandemic in Dunmore, Pennsylvania.

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Book Review: I'd Like to Apologize to Every Teacher I Ever HadAs a former high school teacher, I was a little skeptical about this one. However, I decided to read this book because I would consider myself to be a fan of Tony Danza, and this seemed like an interesting concept: a former TV star becomes a high school teacher and a reality TV show is built around his daily experiences.

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Man Shot During Manayunk Home InvasionA man was shot in the back during a violent home invasion in Philadelphia's Manayunk neighborhood late Wednesday night.

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No charges for officer seen kicking seated protester in PennsylvaniaA Pennsylvania police officer who was seen kicking a seated protester on May 30 will not face criminal charges, Erie County District Attorney Jack Daneri announced Thursday, the Erie Times-News reported.

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Philly's new $1.7 million fund helps cash economy workers left out of COVID stimulusThanks to philanthropy, the city is stepping in for people the federal government left out.

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As Pennsylvania's medical cannabis market soars, recreational market prospects brightenThe success of Pennsylvania\'s medical marijuana market has made current licensees in the state acquisition targets - even in the current tough economic climate.

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Pence arrives in Pennsylvania for bus tour from Lancaster to PhillyWhat you need to knowVice President Mike Pence is making a bus tour through eastern Pennsylvania Thursday.

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Pennsylvania To Extend Eviction Moratorium To Aug. 31Gov. Tom Wolf on Thursday extended a statewide moratorium on foreclosures and evictions until Aug.

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Governor announces funding for Pennsylvania food retailers impacted by pandemicGov. Tom Wolf announced Thursday that $10 million is available for Pennsylvania businesses that have provided fresh, healthy food during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Biden to unveil $700B jobs plan in PennsylvaniaPresumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden says he will rejoin WHO on his first day in office Tammy Duckworth is the epitome of the American Dream Mexico's president uses US visit to tout ties with Trump MORE on Thursday will unveil a $700 billion spending plan aimed at revitalizing the U.S. manufacturing sector through...

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Pennsylvania Extends Foreclosures, Eviction Moratorium To Aug. 31The Wolf administration has been facing growing calls to extend the four-month-old moratorium, which had been set to lapse Friday.

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Blake Shelton Bringing 'Drive-In' Concert To Western PennsylvaniaSeveral western Pennsylvania drive-in theaters will be hosting a pre-taped, "drive-in" concert headlined by Blake Shelton.

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Sonoma entrepreneur Jon Sebastiani writes new chapter with repurchase of Krave beef jerky brandJon Sebastiani is the CEO of Sonoma Brands, which recently repurchased Krave jerky after selling it to Hershey a few years ago.

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Counselors. Not cops. A conversation with Harold JordanIn the last 20 years, the presence of police officers in schools has increased dramatically, to the detriment of the lives and futures of students.

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State House Moves To Block Gov. Wolf From Imposing Price On Greenhouse Gas EmissionsPennsylvania's House of Representatives moved Wednesday to ensure that it can block Gov. Tom Wolf from imposing a price on greenhouse gas emissions from power plants as part of a multi-state effort, although the bill is destined for a veto.

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NJ Theft Ring Stole More Than 30 Cars and Sold Them Online: ProsecutorsA car theft ring leader accused of stealing over 30 vehicles and selling them online has been arrested and charged, prosecutors in New Jersey announced Wednesday.

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Pennsylvania boy, 13, accused of shooting, killing 9-year-old brotherA 13-year-old Pennsylvania boy is facing criminal homicide and aggravated assault charges after investigators said he shot and killed his 9-year-old brother at a Waynesboro home.

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UnitedHealthcare Donates Over $200,000 to Nonprofits in PennsylvaniaUnitedHealthcare, a UnitedHealth Group company, is awarding more than $207,000 in Empowering Health grants to three community-based organizations in Pennsylvania to expand access to care and address the social determinants of health for uninsured individuals and underserved communities.

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Biden to outline plan to revive American manufacturing in Pennsylvania speech"The Biden plan to ensure the future is 'made in all of America' by all of America's workers" will look to counter steps taken by President Donald Trump in office, including the Trump tax cuts, which the campaign argues has led to an increase in foreign investments over domestic investments, and Trump's highly touted trade agreement with China.

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Pennsylvania readies another satellite casino license auctionThat's where Penn National comes in. The gaming operator had initially fought any efforts to see gambling expansion in the state, but, after realizing it was fighting a losing battle, it gave in and, instead, began fighting to secure licenses for the venues, winning the first one to be auctioned.

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2 Pennsylvania women killed in head-on crash in New JerseyLOGAN TOWNSHIP, N.J. — A head-on collision on a southern New Jersey roadway has left two Pennsylvania women dead, authorities said.

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Senior Spotlight Keystone's Bowser to Attend Edinboro with Hopes of Becoming a Lineman :: exploreClarion.comWith graduation ceremonies being affected by the Coronavirus Pandemic, Explore Your Town, Inc. and several area businesses have teamed up to help recognize local high school seniors.

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Kaylin Ann Strauser-Curtis Earns Medical Degree from LECOM :: exploreClarion.comERIE, Pa. — Kaylin Ann Strauser-Curtis, daughter of Donald and Linda Strauser, of Parker, Pa., has received a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and will undergo family medicine residency training at Penn Highlands DuBois in DuBois.

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Oberlander Applauds Vote on Bill Requiring Legislative Authorization for Carbon TaxOn Wednesday, Rep. Donna Oberlander thanked her House colleagues in voting for legislation that would require legislative authorization before Pennsylvania could impose a carbon tax.

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SPONSORED: Clarion Bathware is Expanding and Now Hiring!Clarion Bathware, one of Clarion County's largest employers, is a company driven by the people it employs.

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New Bethlehem Man Charged With Brandishing Knife, Threatening Victims Sentenced to ProbationA New Bethlehem man who reportedly brandished a knife and threatened three victims was sentenced on Wednesday to probation.

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Letter to the Editor: Response to Scaled-back July 4 AppreciatedThe following letter to the editor was submitted by Rob Gatesman, a member of the St. Joseph 4th of July Committee.

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YMCA to Host Red Cross Blood Drive on August 12; Coronavirus Antibody Testing IncludedThe drive will run from 10:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Appointments are necessary and can be made online at or by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS.

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County Auction Items on Display Saturday, Sealed Bids Required by July 24Clarion County employees will be on hand on Saturday morning, July 11, from 9:00 a.m.

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SPONSORED: July Warehouse Sale Continues at Sligo Auto SalvageDid you know that Sligo Auto Salvage has an entire warehouse full of engines, transmissions, and transfer cases?

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Hearings Continued for Five People Involved in Violent Baseball Bat Assault in ClarionCourt documents indicate hearings are scheduled for Tuesday, July 7, for the following individuals were continued and are scheduled to resume at 1:15 p.m.

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State Police Announce Quarterly Firearms Purchase Denial InvestigationsThe Pennsylvania State Police announced the number of firearms purchase denials, subsequent investigations, and arrests resulting from such investigations for the second quarter of 2020.

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United Way of Clarion County Offering Financial Relief for Individuals, Organizations Affected by COVID-19 PandemicEmergency Food and Shelter Program United Way of Clarion County has been awarded $17,930.00 in Emergency Food and Shelter Program fu.

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Warren Forest Counties Economic Opportunity Council Awarded Grant for Food, Community Gardens :: exploreClarion.comThe Warren Forest Counties Economic Opportunity Council has been awarded a Community Services Block Grant Discretionary Grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development.

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Hearing for Clarion Woman Charged With Smacking Glasses Off Victim's Face ContinuedA hearing for a Clarion woman who reportedly smacked glasses off a victim's face during a domestic incident was continued on Tuesday.

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PennDOT Issues Guidance as Adopt-A-Highway Activities ResumeThe Pennsylvania Department of Transportation on Wednesday announced guidance for groups looking to beautify their communities as its Adopt-A-Highway activities resume across the state, including mask wearing, social distancing and frequent hand sanitizing.

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Department of Health: Protect Yourself from Ticks, Mosquitoes When Spending Time OutdoorsThe Department of Health reminded Pennsylvanians on Wednesday that as they continue to spend more time outdoors this summer, it is important to take proper steps to protect against tick and mosquito bites.

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Ontario Woman Wins Two Big Lottery Prizes in Three WeeksAn Ontario woman said she was shocked to discover she had won two big lottery prizes in a span of only three weeks with scratch-off tickets.

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Jefferson County Recipe of the Day: Cheesy Meatball SlidersVisit the post for more.

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Joe Biden visits Pennsylvania todayJoe Biden will be campaigning in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, today.

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Pence and Biden are both in Pennsylvania todayAll the local news you need to know to start your day, delivered straight to your email.

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Teen Girl Loses Most of Foot After Explosive Goes Off Inside Philly HomeA teen girl lost most of her right foot after an explosive went off inside a home in Philadelphia's Germantown neighborhood Wednesday night.

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SPONSORED: Cousin Basils Releases MenuCousin Basils, the area's newest restaurant, has released its menu. A "sister" restaurant to Sweet Basil, Cousin Basils had originally planned to be open for business the first of April; however, due to Governor Wolf's mitigation efforts to halt the spread of COVID-19, owner J.

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Protesters Confront Philly DA After Speaking Out Against Violence and DrugsProtesters speaking out against recent violence, drug use and a proposed supervised injection site marched through the city's Kensington neighborhood Wednesday and confronted Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner.

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16-Year-Old Dog At Pennsylvania Animal Shelter Gets AdoptedA 16-year-old dog at an animal shelter in Erie is going home.

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Food, Beer and River Views: Parks on Tap Opens New Water Works LocationParks on Tap is popping up for the summer at a brand new location in Philly: Fairmount Water Works along the Schuylkill River.

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Westmoreland Co. Man Was Given 6 Months To Live. He Is Now In Month 7, Still Waiting For A Liver TransplantThe coronavirus has canceled organ transplants nationwide, but UPMC said donations in western Pennsylvania haven't been disrupted at all.

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Why Is It So Hard for Some People to Wear Masks? Professor ExplainsWhile some people see wearing their masks as a necessary way to help stop the spread of COVID-19, others see mandatory mask requirements as an infringement on...

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Joe Biden and Mike Pence to visit key areas of Pa. on same day as 2020 election heats upMike Pence and Joe Biden are both visiting the state in one of the busiest campaign days since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Pennsylvania tries luck again in mini-casino license auctionHARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania will again seek to auction a mini-casino license on Sept. 2, under orders from state lawmakers in search of cash for...

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Amish Country PennsylvaniaAmish Country in Pennsylvania is an easy day trip from home. It's about a two-hour drive from my house.

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TIMELINE: Pennsylvania coronavirus updates July 8Channel 11 News is committed to keeping you informed about the coronavirus, the impact on our community and your lives.

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University of Pennsylvania, Princeton and rest of Ivy League cancels soccer and other fall sportsPenn becomes the first D1 program locally to cancel their soccer seasons.

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Bucks County, Pennsylvania priest sentenced in sex abuse caseA former Catholic priest pleaded guilty Wednesday afternoon to sexually abusing two altar boys in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

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Three New COVID-19 Cases Reported in Jefferson CountyVisit the post for more.

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Rep. Mike Kelly Donating Blood Plasma To Research After Coronavirus RecoveryA congressman from Pennsylvania who has recovered from coronavirus is now helping other patients.

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COVID-19: Pa. Dept. of Health Announces 849 New Cases Including One in Clarion CountyThe Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed as of 12:00 a.m., July 8, that there are 849 additional positive cases of COVID-19.

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Pennsylvania to hold virtual public meeting on PFAS contamination study of 3 area townshipsThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is hosting a virtual community meeting Thursday night to discuss progress of a five-year national study on PFAS contamination in Horsham, Warminster and Warrington Townships in Bucks County.

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Pa. Renters Could be Booted From Homes as Eviction Ban Nears EndA ban on evictions in Pennsylvania during the coronavirus pandemic expires Friday. Now, families and anti-poverty groups are asking Gov.

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Featured Local Job: Service Coordinator IIIThe County of Venango is currently accepting applications for Service Coordinator III positions. Full-Time, 40 hrs./wk.

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Pittsburgh Weather: Code Orange Air Quality Alert Issued For Western PennsylvaniaThe Department of Environmental Protection has issued a Code Orange Air Quality Alert for western Pennsylvania.

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Featured Local Job: Field AssessorThe County of Venango is currently accepting applications for a full-time. Field Assessor to work within the Venango County Assessment Office.

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Personal Jurisdiction Addressed in Murray v. American LaFranceOn June 25, 2020, an en banc panel of the Pennsylvania Superior Court issued its long-awaited decision in Murray v.

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Two Pennsylvania drivers die in head-on crash in LoganPolice believe deadly accident occurred when one driver attempted to pass.

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Lightning Strikes Kill Two Men in Pennsylvania, Girl in GeorgiaLightning strikes kill an average of 25 people per year in the U.S. Here's how you can stay safe.

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Pennsylvania Tries Luck Again At Auctioning Off Mini-Casino LicensePennsylvania will again seek to auction a mini-casino license on Sept. 2, under orders from state lawmakers in search of cash for a treasury starved of tax collections from shutdowns to contain the coronavirus.

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U.S. Supreme Court hands victory to Trump in latest round of Pennsylvania's birth-control warsNow, virtually any employer, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, could cut off no-cost contraception coverage for female workers by citing religious or moral objections.

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Philadelphia to Waive Protest-Related Code Violation NoticesPhiladelphia will waive all protest-related code violation notices that were issued between May 30 and June 30, Mayor Jim Kenney announced Wednesday.

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Pennsylvania tries luck again in mini-casino license auctionPennsylvania will again seek to auction a mini-casino license on Sept. 2, under orders from state lawmakers in search of cash for a treasury starved of tax collections from shutdowns to contain the coronavirus.

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Opioid Injection Site Needed 'Now More Than Ever': Legal Battle Rages on Amid CrisesA supervised injection site for opioid users in Philadelphia, which has already received approval from a federal judge, is now in the middle of a national tug-of-war as an appellate court weighs its future.

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Pennsylvania House Rejects Essential Climate and Public Health Policy That is Overwhelmingly Supported by PennsylvaniansStatement from Mandy Warner, Director of Climate and Clean Air Policy, Environmental Defense Fund.

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Clarion Hospital Reports One New Positive COVID-19 TestButler Health System COVID-19 Update: Wednesday, July 8, 2020 On Wednesday afternoon, Butler Health System released the foll.

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Future Uncertain For Local Restaurant Owners As Coronavirus Cases Rise In Southwestern Pa.As Allegheny County has put restrictions in place on restaurants and bars to stem the surge of coronavirus cases, owners of establishments in southwestern Pennsylvania say they're worried what will happen if their businesses are ordered to shut down.

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Philly Adds Delaware to Quarantine List and Tells Residents: Don't GoAnyone coming from Delaware to Philadelphia should self-quarantine for 14 days.

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COVID in Pennsylvania: Allegheny County reports near-record number of coronavirus infections, border counties brace for returning restrictionsPittsburgh and the rest of Allegheny County reported a near-record number of new coronavirus infections Wednesday as border counties, which are dealing with their own surges, braced for the possibility that state health officials will reimpose pandemic restrictions in an effort to contain the spread.

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No Smoking At Pennsylvania Casinos, At Least For NowThe PGCB has mandated a temporary ban on smoking indoors at PA casinos, to comply with a Department of Health business safety order requiring masks.

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Suspect wanted in Pennsylvania last seen in Chautauqua County Town of HarmonyOn July 7 around 8 p.m. Pennsylvania State police were in pursuit of the suspect, the pursuit began in Pennsylvania and ended in the Town of Harmony when the suspect drove into a ditch at the corner of Kortwright Rd and Niobe Rd according to the sheriff's office.

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'I Don't Want to Be Here.' Girl's Message Uncovers Chester County, Pennsylvania, Sex Trafficking RingA Facebook message from a 14-year-old girl asking for help helped authorities uncover a human trafficking ring in the Philadelphia suburbs.

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Pennsylvania tries luck again in mini-casino license auctionPennsylvania will again seek to auction a mini-casino license on Sept. 2, under orders from state lawmakers in search of cash for a treasury starved of tax collections from shutdowns to contain the coronavirus.

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Lawsuit: Pennsylvania lifers should have chance at paroleThree women and three men serving life sentences in Pennsylvania prisons on Wednesday sued the Board of Probation and Parole, alleging the state's refusal to allow a chance at parole to those serving life sentences is tantamount to a death sentence.

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Joe Biden and Mike Pence will visit four key areas in Pennsylvania tomorrow. Here's why they're so important.The presidential race will kick into split-screen intensity in Pennsylvania Thursday as Mike Pence and Joe Biden visit the state in one of the busiest campaign days since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Pa. Health Dept. Announces 849 New Coronavirus Cases, Statewide Total Climbs To 92,148The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 849 new cases of Coronavirus on Wednesday.

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Will Smith Recalls Being Called the N-Word by Police 'On More Than 10 Occasions'Will Smith participated in a recent discussion with Angela Rye and spoke about how he was called racial slurs by the police while growing up in...

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Dept. of Health confirms 849 new COVID-19 cases in Pennsylvania, over 92k cases statewideThe Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed an additional 849 new positive cases of COVID-19 in the state on Wednesday.

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Weekend of violence claims one of Philly's hottest rising rappers at age 18Aamir Johnson Daye, aka D4M Skiano, was loved by fans, friends, teachers and family.

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Pennsylvania State Grange wants Wolf to invest in broadbandTom Wolf to put his money and resources where his mouth is when it comes to broadband internet access.

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Police Investigating Accidental Shooting in Jefferson CountyPunxsutawney-based State Police are investigating an accidental shooting involving a teen in Jefferson County. Around 10:40 p.m.

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As New Jersey Outdoor Mask Mandate Goes Into Effect, Rules on Outdoor Dining Amid Coronavirus Are EasedNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy said Wednesday face masks will now be required outdoors when social distancing is not possible in order to prevent the spread of...

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Firearms background checks, purchase denials on rise in Pennsylvania in 2020Pennsylvania State Police processed about 22% more background checks for firearm purchases so far in 2020 compared to last year.

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Bucks County, Pennsylvania priest sentenced in sex abuse caseA former Catholic priest pleaded guilty Wednesday afternoon to sexually abusing two altar boys in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

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Pennsylvania lawmakers take up fight against governor's climate strategyPennsylvania's House of Representatives wants to ensure that it can block Gov. Tom Wolf's effort to impose a price on greenhouse gas emissions from power plants as part of a consortium of states.

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Pennsylvania health officials warn of ticks, Lyme diseasePennsylvania state health officials on Wednesday issued a warning reminding Pennsylvanians to protect against tick and mosquito bites.

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Rehoboth Beach Required Masks on the Sand. Then, People Canceled StaysRehoboth Beach, DE changed its mask policy and will no longer require people to wear a mask on the beach.

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Join The Inquirer's Election 2020 virtual roundtable of Pennsylvania votersThe Inquirer is creating a group of Pennsylvania voters to help inform our coverage of the 2020 Election and we want to hear from you.

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As time ticks down on eviction ban in Pennsylvania, crush of court cases expectedA flood of landlord-tenant complaints could be on the way in courts across Pennsylvania as a moratorium on evictions for nonpayment of rent is set to be lifted Friday.

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East Passyunk Reverses Course on Street Closure for Outdoor Dining Event Citing Safety WorriesFive blocks of East Passyunk Avenue was set to be closed this weekend to allow eateries and stores to have more space for dining and shopping.

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13-year-old brother taken into custody after death investigation of 9-year-old boyPennsylvania State Police say the brother of 9-year-old boy who died Wednesday morning in Waynesboro Borough was taken into custody.

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PAFA stands by CEO and vows reforms after Black Lives Matter tensions go publicThe academy is also reviewing its political speech and affiliation policy following a petition signing.

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Janice E. MongJanice E. Mong, formerly of West Monterey, went to walk with Jesus on Saturday, July 4.

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5 Ways to Stay Cool This SummerAs summer arrives in full swing, the temperature is only going to get hotter. With more and more people staying at home due to the virus, it's important to find ways to stay cool.

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Ludlow and Other ThingsWhen I was a kid, I spent a lot of time in these cemeteries, and St. Joseph's next door, this one separated from the others by a cow path between the farm fields surrounding them all.

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National Urban League President Marc Murial on Inequality: 'There Is No Turning Back'Marc H. Morial is president and chief executive officer of the National Urban League, the nation's largest historic civil rights and urban advocacy organization.

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Community Science Specialist with Alliance for Aquatic Resource MonitoringDickinson College's Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring , located in the fantastic small town of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, is hiring a new Community Science Specialist.

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Native Plant SpotlightI can't believe it's taken this long to get to Pennsylvania's state flower. But to tell you the truth, I'm not super familiar with Mountain Laurel, or Kalmia Latifolia.

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Featured Local Job: Fleet CoordinatorKlapec Trucking Company of Reno, PA, is looking to fill positions within our Operations Team.

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New Jersey to Require Outdoor Face Masks in Addition to IndoorPhil Murphy says he will issue an executive order Wednesday requiring people to wear face masks outdoors when they can't socially distance, in addition to the existing rules for indoor masks.

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Donna W. YoungDonna W. Young, 84, DuBois, passed away Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at Christ the King Manor.

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Carla A. BechtelCarla A. Bechtel, 69, of Oil City, passed away at her home surrounded by her loving family on Monday July 6, 2020 following a period of declining health.

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DeWayne B. GreenleeDeWayne B. Greenlee, 77, of Franklin died peacefully on July 7, 2020 at Sugar Creek Station following a lengthy illness.

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Connie J. HolowellConnie J. Holowell, 70, of Curwensville, formerly of Oil City, died early Tuesday morning, July 7, 2020 at Penn Highlands Hospital in DuBois, following an illness.

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Discover This: FUBAROne genre we've been sadly lacking coverage of over the last few years has been ska, but we're putting that right in fine fashion with seven-piece reggae rock meets ska punk band FUBAR.

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Pennsylvania tries luck again in mini-casino license auctionHARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania will again seek to auction a mini-casino license on Sept. 2, under orders from state lawmakers in search of cash for a treasury starved of tax collections from...

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92,148 cases of COVID-19 in PennsylvaniaThe Pennsylvania Department of Health says there are now 92,148 cases of coronavirus in the state.

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COVID-19 Update in Pennsylvania for Wednesday, July 8The Pennsylvania Department of Health now lists 92,148 people with the coronavirus infection in the state on Wednesday, July 8.

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Democratic candidate Joe Biden to visit Pennsylvania Thursday, discuss recovery planFormer Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is expected to make a stop in the Keystone State on Thursday.

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Analysts Raise TerrAscend's Earnings Forecast After Stellar Performance In Pennsylvania MarketWhile mainstream industries continue to experience considerable losses in the midst of the ongoing pandemic, legal cannabis has demonstrated its impressive growth potential in this volatile market.

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Punxsy Teen Musician's Online Following Continues to GrowVisit the post for more.

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Clarion Borough Neighborhood Park Plans UnveiledA rendering of the plan for the Clarion Borough Neighborhood Park project has been unveiled.

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Rick's Racing Roundup: Clarion's Bauer Scores First Lernerville WinVisit the post for more.

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Man Who Made Clarion Walmart Bomb Threat to Be Sentenced TodayA man who admitted to calling the police and reporting that a pipe bomb had been placed in a restroom at Clarion Walmart is scheduled to be sentenced today.

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Rimersburg Man Faces Charges for Altercation That Sent Another Man to the ERCharges have been filed against a Rimersburg man who allegedly instigated a physical altercation that sent another man to the emergency room for stitches.

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SPONSORED: Peace Dental Associates Bringing Multi-Faceted Dentistry to ClarionPeace Dental Associates, formerly Dr. James Rutkowski and Associates, will be opening for appointments on July 20.

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Assault Charges Filed Against Two Local Residents Involved in Domestic ScuffleVisit the post for more.

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SPONSORED: Peace Dental Associates Bringing Multi-Faceted Dentistry to ClarionThe staff at Peace Dental Associates is comprised of Dr. Josh Polacek DMD, Dr. Jeremy Rice DO, DMD, and Dr. Nikki Peace DMD, along with Anita McMaster, a highly experienced dental hygienist, front office coordinator Teresa Cussins, and extended function dental assistant Stacey Cambell.

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State Police Continue to Enforce COVID-19 Mitigation Requirements at Licensed Liquor EstablishmentsOfficers from the Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement visited licensed liquor establishments over the holiday weekend to ensure licensees did their part to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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State Police Continues to Enforce COVID-19 Mitigation Requirements at Licensed Liquor EstablishmentsOfficers from the Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement visited licensed liquor establishments over the holiday weekend to ensure licensees did the...

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Clarion Man Accused of Forging Payroll CheckA Clarion man is facing criminal charges for reportedly forging a payroll check from his former employer.

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Bader, Schill, Karg Among Top Winners of St. Joseph's 4th of July Grand Prize DrawingOrganizers have announced the winners of the Grand Prize drawing held in conjunction with St. Joseph's 81st Annual 4th of July Celebration in Lucinda.

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Police Seeking Information on Stolen Lawn MowerVisit the post for more.

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Brookville Woman Due in Court Tomorrow on Felony Drug ChargesVisit the post for more.

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Punxsy Woman Waives Hearing on Felony Child Endangerment Charges Related to Medical NeglectVisit the post for more.

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Man Charged With Stealing Money From Wallet Left at Local Pharmacy Held for CourtA man who reportedly stole money from a wallet left on a local pharmacy counter was held for court on Tuesday.

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Man Who Took Payment for Project, Then Failed to Complete Work Due Back in Court TomorrowVisit the post for more.

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Police Seeking Information on Stolen Lawn MowerState police are seeking information on the theft of a lawn mower in Eldred Township.

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State Police Seize More Than $5.7 Million in Illegal Drugs in Second Quarter of 2020Visit the post for more.

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Opioid Command Center Releases Strategic Plan, a Roadmap to Fight the Epidemic :: exploreClarion.comIt's been more than two years since Governor Tom Wolf signed the first 90-day disaster declaration to empower state agencies and partners to collectively battle the opioid epidemic.

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State Police Seize More Than $5.7 Million in Illegal Drugs in Second Quarter of 2020The Pennsylvania State Police announced on Tuesday that troopers confiscated $5,723,823.00 worth of cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, and other illicit drugs in the second quarter of 2020.

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Opioid Command Center Releases Strategic Plan, a Roadmap to Fight the EpidemicVisit the post for more.

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SPONSORED: Window World of Butler Highlights the Benefits of Vinyl WindowsNew vinyl windows from Window World are a great way to upgrade you home. If you are looking to replace the windows in your home, it's likely that you've already explored the available window choices.

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St. Joseph's 81st Annual 4th of July Celebration Winners AnnouncedOrganizers have announced the winners of the Grand Prize drawing held in conjunction with St. Joseph's 81st Annual 4th of July Celebration in Lucinda.

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Department of Human Services Extends Eligibility for Aftercare Services for Former Foster Youth to Age 23On Tuesday, the Department of Human Services announced that older Pennsylvania youth exiting the foster-care system will now be eligible for aftercare services until age 23 - a policy change that will offer myriad supportive services to a particularly vulnerable population of youth as they transition to adulthood.

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State Police Calls: Assault, Theft by Deception, DUICLARION / JEFFERSON CO., Pa. - Area state police responded to the following calls:. Assault in Farmington Township Marienville-based State Police say around 6:45 p.m.

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Police Calls: Theft by Deception, DUI, Man Cited for Dog DroppingsVisit the post for more.

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Boy Suffers Severe Hand Injury After Playing With Explosive Device in PhillyA boy is recovering after he suffered a severe hand injury while playing with an explosive device Tuesday night in Philadelphia's Kensington neighborhood.

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7-Day Weather Forecast for Jefferson CountyA look at the 7-day weather forecast for the Jefferson County area.

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Clarion County Photo of the DayThe Area's Newest Restaurant - Cousin Basils to Open on Thursday!

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Cyclist Rides 3,666 Miles Across Canada in 20 DaysVisit the post for more.

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Train Parked on Bridge in South Africa Becomes Luxury HotelA luxury hotel preparing to open in South Africa is offering guests the chance to spend the night in a train permanently parked on a bridge.

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Jefferson County Recipe of the Day: Buttery CornbreadVisit the post for more.

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Claytoonz: Nyet IntelligenceThe Area's Newest Restaurant - Cousin Basils to Open on Thursday!

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Who got PPP loans; craft breweries expand; more: Good Morning, PennsylvaniaWhat you need to know for Wednesday, July 8, 2020. Weather High: 87; Low: 73.

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Joe Biden: Former VP assembles aides for Pennsylvania campaignEconoTimes is a fast growing non-partisan source of news and intelligence on global economy and financial markets, providing timely, relevant, and critical insights for market professionals and those who want to make informed investment decisions.

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Meet Pennsylvania's high school football players who have made their college commitmentsPennLive recently dropped its ranking of the top 365 college football prospects in Pennsylvania for the Class of 2021.

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Pennsylvania man enters guilty plea after producing false documentsAccording to U.S. Attorney Bill Powell's office, Randall Joseph Smail, of Jeannette, Pennsylvania, defrauded Pendleton Community Bank of more than $552,000.

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Peyton's Law unanimously passes Pennsylvania HouseAccording to The Peyton Walker Foundation, the Pennsylvania Houseunanimously passed Peyton's Law on Tuesday. Peyton Walker was a 19-year-old college sophomore when she died of sudden cardiac arrest in November 2013.

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Lois J. ReedLois J. Reed, 89, of Oil City, died peacefully, Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at UPMC Northwest.

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Can Legalizing Recreational Marijuana Lessen The Blow Of Pa.'s $3.2B Deficit? Lt. Gov. John Fetterman Says 'The Time Is Now'The calls to legalize recreational marijuana are growing in Pennsylvania, along with the state's deficit.

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Marian "Toots" KalpMarian "Toots" Kalp, age 71, of DuBois, PA, died Sunday, July 5, 2020 at her home.

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Rising COVID-19 Infections in Southwest Pennsylvania Prompt ConcernRenewed pandemic restrictions appeared possible in southwestern Pennsylvania on Tuesday as virus infections in Pittsburgh and its border counties surged, driven in part by people frequenting bars and restaurants, according to health officials.

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Visit Philly is dissolving Uwishunu, the arts and culture blogThe content won't go away, says the CEO — it'll be folded into the parent brand.

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NJ Primary: Booker Wins; Kennedy to Take on Van Drew in NovemberIn New Jersey, Democrats and Republicans picked their candidates for president, Senate and House. In Delaware, Democrats and Republicans only voted for...

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Philadelphia Principal Named Top Principal In Pennsylvania For Transforming Paul Robeson High SchoolRichard M. Gordon is credited with transforming Paul Robeson High School for Human Services.

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PennsylvaniaWe are a bit behind on our updates! Ali and I are currently sitting on the deck at the Perry's house on the Cape, watching the birds.

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Pence, Biden to hit Pennsylvania campaign trail on same dayFormer Vice President Joe Biden will campaign in Pennsylvania on Thursday, the same day that his successor, Mike Pence, will make several stops in the premier presidential battleground state.

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Temple University President Dick Englert Plans to Retire Next YearPresident Richard Englert will stay at Temple University in Philly until the Board picks a successor.

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Pennsylvania nursing home gave some veterans hydroxychloroquine without COVID-19 testingThey wrapped the dead in body bags and raced back to treat the living, crammed into a nursing home that, day after day, played the somber sound of taps over the speaker system so the veterans who lived there had the chance to say goodbye.

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Possible COVID Exposure at Parties Leads NJ High School to Postpone In-Person GraduationMontclair High School's in-person graduation ceremony scheduled for Thursday has been postponed due to possible COVID-19 exposure at graduation parties leading up to the big day.

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Pennsylvania releases plan to combat opioid epidemicThe Opioid Command Center in Pennsylvania has released a plan to battle the opioid epidemic.

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County Leaders Say State Will Close Indoor Dining In Westmoreland And Beaver CountiesWashington County commissioners confirm that the state will announce targeted mitigation efforts for several counties in southwestern Pennsylvania.

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Philly Schools Expected to Go Back to Classrooms for New School YearSuperintendent William Hite Jr. said the district's plans for starting up classes in September should be finalized and released to the public by next week.

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Pennsylvania State Employees returns 18.8% in 2019Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System, Harrisburg, returned a net 18.8% for the year ended Dec.

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Joe Biden hires Brendan McPhillips, Sincere Harris to run Pa. campaignJoe Biden has added two Philadelphians with extensive experience in Pennsylvania politics to lead his campaign operation in a state critical to the presidential election.

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Pennsylvania District brings joy to VA patientsAmerican Legion District 12 Past Commander Nicole R. Guest fist bumps Department Sergeant-at-Arms Louis Sewell as members of District 12 set up for a patriotic Fourth of July concert for patients and residents at the VA Medical Center in Wilkes Barre, Pa.

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Pennsylvania county ties half of new COVID-19 cases to travel, including to Myrtle BeachAnother county in another state has tied positive coronavirus cases to people traveling to/from Myrtle Beach.

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New roof for US Army veteran in Lower Pottsgrove, PennsylvaniaThe US is about to reach 3 million covid cases. Here's what the days leading up to that grim milestone have looked like.

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Nearly 1,000 new infections include delayed test resultsHARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania is reporting its highest single-day caseload of new coronavirus infections since early May, although the state Department of Health said Tuesday that a significant portion are backlogged or delayed test.

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Doyle McManus: To judge monuments, think about their meaningWASHINGTON — At Gettysburg, where the bloodiest and most decisive battle of the Civil War occurred, no fewer than 1,320 monuments are scattered across the rolling Pennsylvania landscape.

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PDE: Pennsylvania's Mandatory Mask Order Applies to SchoolsVisit the post for more.

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Featured Local Job: Fleet CoordinatorKlapec Trucking Company of Reno, PA, is looking to fill positions within our Operations Team.

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Police make arrests, seize fireworks coming into New York from PennsylvaniaNew York State Police said that more than 20 arrests were made and thousands of dollars worth of illegal fireworks seized over the holiday weekend.

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Featured Local Job: Multiple Positions at Clarion BathwareInterested in working at Clarion Bathware?

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Featured Local Job: Several Positions at Mealy ExcavatingMealy Excavating and Construction, Inc. is accepting applications for the following positions: Class A CDL Truck drivers, in good standing.

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Pa. Health Dept. Announces Large Jump In New Coronavirus Cases At 995, Statewide Total Climbs To 91,299The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 995 new cases of Coronavirus on Tuesday and 33 more deaths.

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Featured Local Job: WeldersExtreme Machine and Fab., Inc. has immediate openings for multiple positions. Welders and Fitters: Require two years of welding or fitting experience, including familiarity of flux core welding.

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BREAKING NEWS: LifeFlight Dispatched After Crash in ClarionLifeFlight was dispatched following a crash that occurred early Tuesday afternoon in Clarion Township. According to a representative of Clarion County 9-1-1, they received a call around 12:37 p.m.

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A renewed effort to create regional judicial elections in PennsylvaniaHe also pointed out that five of the seven Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justices, or over two-thirds of the justices, were from Allegheny or Philadelphia counties, leaving 79% of the state's population unrepresented on Pennsylvania's highest court.

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PDE: Pennsylvania's Mandatory Mask Order Applies to SchoolsThe Pennsylvania Department of Education has released information stating the recent mandatory mask order applies to schools.

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Lightning strike claims 2 lives in rural PennsylvaniaA pair of men were struck and killed by lightning in Granville Township, Pa., marking the state's first lightning fatalities in over a year.

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Pennsylvania lowers minimum contributions for college savings plansIn the category of "every dollar counts and you have to start somewhere,' Pennsylvania Treasurer Joe Torsella this week announced his office is reducing the minimum contribution to the state's 529 college savings programs to $10."

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165K in Pennsylvania got federal virus loan aid so farHARRISBURG, Pa. — The Treasury Department has released the names of more than 26,000 businesses or organizations based in Pennsylvania that received funds from a federal program intended to.

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Pennsylvania man admits to defrauding West Virginia bankA Pennsylvania man has admitted to defrauding a West Virginia bank of more than $550,000.

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Pence's Pennsylvania plan includes fundraiser, police unionHARRISBURG, Pa. — Vice President Mike Pence will travel again to Pennsylvania this week, dropping in on an important presidential battleground state on Thursday.

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Another Lueders Leaves WittenbergA baby born on this day in 1874 was given the name Reinhold Ernst Dietrich Lueders.

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Trump's niece claims that he got into Wharton after he "paid someone" to take the SAT on his behalfMary Trump says fraudulent score helped her uncle get into University of Pennsylvania's prestigious Wharton school.

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The Latest: New Zealand to charge patient who went shoppingNew Zealand authorities say they will press charges against a coronavirus patient who escaped quarantine in Auckland and went shopping at a supermarket.

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WATCH: Del. Gov. Speaks as New Jersey, New York Add the State to Quarantine ListsNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says visitors from three more states must quarantine for two weeks under an advisory aimed at travelers from COVID-19 hotspots.

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Pennsylvania's Mandatory Mask Order Applies To SchoolsThe mandatory mask order applies to schools, according to guidelines updated by the state.

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Movie Theater Chains Sue New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Over Coronavirus ClosuresSeveral national movie theater chains have filed a lawsuit against New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy over the Democrat's decision to keep theaters closed as other public places are allowed to reopen while the state recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Long Lines Snake Around NJ DMVs on First Day Open Since MarchAt some Motor Vehicle Commission locations in New Jersey, lines wrapped around the building multiple times as thousands of people waited outside in the heat to renew licenses or file other documents.

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NJ man killed in wrong-way crash in PennsylvaniaA Warren County man driving the wrong way on a highway in Pennsylvania was killed when his car collided head-on with an ambulance, authorities said.

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Biden hires top aides for PennsylvaniaFormer Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump renews culture war, putting GOP on edge Atlanta mayor says she has tested positive for COVID-19 Trump downplaying sparks new criticism of COVID-19 response MORE has added two top Democratic aides to head his campaign operations in Pennsylvania, a critical swing state in November's general election.

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Pennsylvania mask requirement applies to schoolsIf students in Pennsylvania return to school in the fall, they will likely have to wear a mask for at least a portion of the day.

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Pennsylvania approves IGT's two video gaming terminals for truck stopsThis approval positions IGT to build on its long-established gaming presence in Pennsylvania that encompasses slots and video poker games, casino management systems, iGaming, sports betting and the video gaming central system.

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Vice President Mike Pence to visit Pennsylvania ThursdayLANCASTER — On Thursday, July 9, Vice President Mike Pence will travel to Pennsylvania where he will participate in a bus tour beginning in Lancaster and ending in Philadelphia.

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How Coronavirus Is Changing Funding For PA's K-12 schoolsIs Paying For K-12 Schools And Higher Ed. - Across Pennsylvania, PA - The COVID-19 Disaster Emergency School Health and Safety Grants will be distributed as follows.

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Pennsylvania's Community And Technical Colleges Launch A Simple Solution For Employers To Hire Their Students, For Free!NEW YORK, July 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ - Pennsylvania employers seeking job-ready talent now have a FREE resource to post jobs: the Pennsylvania Community and Technical Colleges Jobs Consortium website, powered by College Central Network, Inc.

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Pennsylvania State Police Releases Second Quarter Drug TotalsThe Pennsylvania State Police released its total amount of illegal drugs confiscated for the second quarter of...

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Nearly 150k New Jersey Businesses Get $17.2B in LoansA total of 147,550 New Jersey businesses received $17.2 billion in loans from a federal program aimed at helping businesses hurt by the coronavirus outbreak, the U.S. Treasury Department reported Monday.

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Vice President Mike Pence, Former VP Joe Biden Put Focus of 2020 Presidential Campaign on Pennsylvania With Same Day EventsVice President Mike Pence will travel again to Pennsylvania Thursday, dropping in on an important presidential battleground state.

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How to get coronavirus rent relief through the Pennsylvania Housing Finance AgencyWho qualifies for the rent relief program, and how can you apply for assistance? Here is what you need to know.

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Vice President Mike Pence To Visit Pennsylvania, Speak To Police Union, Attend FundraiserVice President Mike Pence will travel again to Pennsylvania this week, dropping in on an important presidential battleground state.

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Pence bound for Pennsylvania on ThursdayPence will take a bus tour from Lancaster to Philadelphia, including taking part in a roundtable discussion at Rajant Corp., a suburban Philadelphia maker of wireless communication technology, his office said.

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Accurately tracking Philly's gun violence epidemic depends on one guy named GaryThe city's crime data recording system is "a rustic operation," per the PPD.

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6 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Luzerne County; 995 statewideWILKES-BARRE — The Pennsylvania Department of Health on Tuesday reported six new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Luzerne County and one new death.

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FisherOn Tuesday, January 18, 1927, as church bells tolled on Capitol Square in Harrisburg, the huge bronze doors of the Capitol swung open to permit a precession of dignitaries to walk down the steps to the inaugural platform where John S. Fisher, flanked by his daughter, Mary, took the oath of office as thirtieth Governor of the Commonwealth of...

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Pennsylvania Health Department seeing 'significant' rise in new cases among young peopleThe state Department of Health is warning of "significant" increases in the number of new coronavirus cases among young people across the state.

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Lightning strike leaves 2 men dead, 2 people injured in northern PennsylvaniaThe two men killed were pronounced dead shortly after they were struck, authorities said.

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Philadelphia Eagles Allowing Season Ticket Holders to Opt Out of 2020 Season Amid CoronavirusEagles season ticket holders will be able to opt out of the 2020 season without a penalty, the team announced in an email on Monday.

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Pence's Pennsylvania plan includes Lancaster County fundraiserVice President Mike Pence, right, and Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., wave as they arrive at the 171st Air Refueling Wing base, Friday, June 12, 2020, in Imperial, Pa.

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Pennsylvania woman creates IDD-inclusive theater production at PrincetonRosie Arbittier was just an elementary age kid when a teacher turned her away from a school lunch table full of children with the words: "These kids are nothing like you."

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Janet W. "Jane" Gamble"Jane" Gamble, age 80, of Tionesta, PA, more recently of Lakeland, Florida, died on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center in Florida.

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Lloyd E. Hartsuyker, Sr.Lloyd E. Hartsuyker, Sr., 72, of Rouseville, died Sunday evening, July 5, 2020. He was born October 1, 1947 in Escondido, California to the late William and Sylvia Marie.

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4 Seek to Lead Atlantic City Through Coronavirus, Other Turmoil in Jersey Shore ResortAtlantic City is dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, lingering tensions from a night of looting in May, and the continuing unemployment of many casino workers who have not yet been called back to work.

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