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Pennsylvania Election Law Reforms Won't Be Ready For May PrimaryHARRISBURG, Pa. — Five months after the state’s narrow and bitterly contested presidential race drew Republican claims of improper election procedures, it’s clear no changes will be enacted in time for Pennsylvania’s spring primary election.

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North Carolina Police ID Car In Fatal Road Rage Shooting That Left Pa. Woman DeadInvestigators have identified the car involved in a road rage shooting on a North Carolina highway that left a Pennsylvania woman dead last week.

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He Was Making a Video About Gun Violence in Philly a€“ When He Was Shot and KilledA man who was working on a video about gun violence victims was shot and killed while getting his equipment Monday night in Philadelphia.

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COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 5,032 New Cases, Over 5M Total VaccinationsThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 5,032 new Coronavirus cases and 34 additional deaths.

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Flags at Capitol Complex bringing awareness to child abuse in PennsylvaniaThe pandemic continues to have an impact on children across the nation, with the biggest worry being unreported abuse.

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16 and Older? April 6 You Can Get a Coronavirus Vaccine in DelawareStarting next week, anyone 16 and older in Delaware will be eligible to get a coronavirus vaccine shot.

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Wrestling Announces 2021 Recruiting ClassUniversity of Pennsylvania Hall of Fame Head Coach Roger Reina C'84, WEV'05 has announced the addition of seven new members of #TheMovement as part of the Class of 2025.

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Pennsylvania's Sandwich hero is on a mission to feed the homelessA man from Hatfield, Pennsylvania has delivered thousand of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to the homeless.

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Angle completes clinical labs in Guildford and PennsylvaniaLiquid biopsy company Angle has completed the fitout and staffing of its clinical services laboratories in Guildford and Pennsylvania, it announced on Tuesday.

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John "Jack" Douglas DayOn March 29, 2021, John "Jack" Douglas Day passed away at his DuBois home.

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'Hamilton' Returns: Philadelphia's Kimmel Center Planning on Full Fall Broadway Revival After Coronavirus PauseThe Kimmel Center is preparing for a fall revival complete with a 13-show Broadway lineup, signaling a positive sign for recovery of Philadelphia's hard-hit arts and culture industry as well as the city's economy at large, reports the Philadelphia Business Journal.

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Louise Helen RhoadesLouise Helen Rhoades, 89, of Melio Lane, Weedville, PA, died Sunday, March 28, 2021 at Penn highlands-Elk, after a short illness.

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John E. BaunJohn E. Baun, 70, of Maxatawny, PA passed away Sunday, March 28, 2021, at Lehigh Valley Hospital.

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John MiloserJohn Miloser, 54, of Marion Center, PA died Saturday, March 27, 2021 at his home.

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Pa. schools to get $4.9B in federal pandemic aidHere in the Lehigh Valley, the Allentown School District is leading the way with an allocation of $88 million.

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Marlene "Diz" Elizabeth SheplerMarlene E. "Diz" Shepler, 89, of New Bethlehem, passed away on Sunday, March 28, 2021 at Clarion Hospital.

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Plug Power, Brookfield plan green hydrogen project in PennsylvaniaMarch 30 - US fuel cell systems provider Plug Power Inc and Brookfield Renewable Partners LP , or BEP, intend to build a green hydrogen production plant in Pennsylvania that runs fully on hydropower.

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10K Reward Offered In Road Rage Shooting That Killed Pennsylvania MomA $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest of the person responsible for killing a Pennsylvania mom of six in a North Carolina road rage shooting last week.

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Featured Local Job: Summer Positions at KalyumetKalyumet Camping and Cabins and Kalyumet Fore Fun are now hiring for Summer positions.

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Featured Local Job: Home HealthClarion Forest VNA is seeking a full-time Home Health / Hospice Aide.

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An abandoned elementary school in Pennsylvania was turned into a $2.37 million mansion a€” take a look insideThe former elementary school in Mount Morris, Pennsylvania, has four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a gymnasium, a 30-car garage, and an arcade.

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Pennsylvania coronavirus update: Case rate increases 34% in one weekThe state Department of Health reported 5,032 additional coronavirus cases on Tuesday, after "technical issues" delayed the update by several hours.

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Police Searching For Missing 15-Year-Old Gage FramePolice in Southwestern Pennsylvania are asking for the public's help in finding a missing 15-year-old boy.

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Due to Coronavirus Pandemic Losses, It's Soon Going to Cost You More to Cross Some Bridges Between NJ, PennsylvaniaThe bistate agency that operates river crossings connecting New Jersey and Pennsylvania announced Monday that it will raise tolls next month and again in 2024, the first such increases in 10 years.

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Pennsylvania gives updated school and summer camp guidanceThe Pennsylvania departments of education and health are talking about updated school and summer camp guidance and recommendations.

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Is Pennsylvania prepared to meet President Biden's COVID-19 vaccination goals?Three charged with massive unemployment fraud scam, filing claims for nearly $900,000.

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COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 5,032 New Cases, Over 5M Total VaccinationsHARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 5,032 new Coronavirus cases and 34 additional deaths.

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UPDATE: Situation at Creekside Residence ResolvedPolice say a situation that occurred on Monday at a residence in Creekside Borough has been resolved.

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COVID-19 cases surge 22.9% in PennsylvaniaNew coronavirus cases leaped in Pennsylvania in the week ending Sunday, rising 22.9% as 25,075 cases were reported....

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Jefferson County Reports 14 New COVID-19 CasesThe Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed that Jefferson County reported 14 new COVID-19 cases as of 12:00 a.m., March 30.

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Caught on Cam: Crews Rip Roof Off Car That Crashed Into Back of SEPTA Bus on City Avenue in Montgomery CountyEmergency crews had to rip the roof off of a mangled car after it crashed into the back of a SEPTA bus on City Avenue overnight.

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Senate bill proposes expansion of Pennsylvania's renewable energy targetsA bill pending in the state Senate proposes expanding Pennsylvania's renewable energy targets to keep it a competitive place for investors as surrounding states race toward lowered carbon footprints.

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WATCH LIVE: Pennsylvania Officials To Provide Update On School, Summer Camp GuidanceWhat: Department of Education Deputy Secretary Matt Stem and Department of Health COVID-19 Response Director Dr. Wendy Braund will provide an update on school and summer camp guidanceWhen: Tuesday, March 30, 2021Time: 3 p.m.

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Pennsylvania toddler accidentally shot, killed by 5-year-old sibling, police sayAccording to WPXI-TV, the incident occurred Friday night at the Cambridge Square Apartments in Monroeville.

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SPONSORED: Schedule a COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment TodayExciting news! Clarion Hospital vaccine clinic has appointments open throughout the month of April.

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Featured Local Job: Mental Health WorkerAbraxas is currently looking to hire a Mental Health Worker at their Marienville facility.

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Hometown Market in Brookville Closed Following FireThe Hometown Market grocery store in Brookville is currently closed due to a fire that occurred early Tuesday morning.

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Rick's Racing Roundup: Local Racing Season Kicks Off With Chiller Thriller Season OpenerThe 2021 western Pennsylvania racing season officially kicked off this past Saturday.

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DMVA Honors Pennsylvanians Who Served and Sacrificed in The Vietnam WarThe Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs is honoring all Pennsylvanians who served in the Vietnam War as part of National Vietnam War Veterans Day.

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GANT: Man Charged for Allegedly Pleasuring Himself in Walmart Parking LotA local man is facing charges following an indecent exposure incident Sunday at the Clearfield Walmart.

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Hearing for Reynoldsville Woman Charged With Attacking Employees at Penn Highlands Scheduled for Next WeekCourt documents indicate 43-year-old Theresa K. Fry is scheduled to stand for a preliminary hearing in front of Magisterial District Judge Gregory M. Bazylak at 2:15 p.m.

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New Traffic Patterns Begin on the PA 28/US 322 Intersection in Jefferson CountyConstruction work began on Route 322/Richardsville Road to the Route 28/I-80 interchange and to Route 322/Knoxdale Road in Brookville Borough and Pine Creek Township, Jefferson County on March 29.

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SPONSORED: Springtime Lawn Care Tips Brought to You by J&J Feeds and NeedsPelletized Lime should be used to adjust the PH levels in your soil. Pelletized Lime will allow the fertilizer process to be most effective.

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New York Man Busted With Cocaine, Prescription Drugs in Brookville Due Back in Court Next WeekA hearing is scheduled for tomorrow for a New York man who was reportedly caught in Brookville Borough in possession of a quantity of cocaine and prescription drugs.

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Department of Health: Nearly 5 Million Vaccinations to Date, PA Ranks 12th in Country For First DosesThe Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed as of 12:00 a.m., March 29, there were 2,923 additional positive cases of COVID-19, in addition to 7,178 new cases reported f...

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State Police to Hold Sobriety Checkpoint in Jefferson CountyState Police are preparing for an upcoming DUI checkpoint in Jefferson County.

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State Police Investigating Alleged Indecent Assault at Jefferson County JailAccording to police, an incident of indecent assault allegedly occurred at the jail around 12:10 p.m.

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‘Operation Christmas Child' Seeking VolunteersVarious volunteer roles are currently available with Samaritan's Purse through "Operation Christmas Child" in the West Central Pennsylvania region.

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Jefferson County Photo of the DayCongrats on a great season, Brookville! Courtesy of Brookville Area School District.

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University Of Pennsylvania Graduate Programs Named Among Top In Country, Report FindsThe University of Pennsylvania has been named among the top graduate schools in the United States.

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COVID-19 cases surge 22.9% in PennsylvaniaNew coronavirus cases leaped in Pennsylvania in the week ending Sunday, rising 22.9% as 25,075 cases were reported....

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Goodbye to All ThatThe veils of memory tend to obscure the beginnings of things, but for the solitary soul with any imagination, there is no end to the variety of possible endings to a story.

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Morning update: Pennsylvania's COVID-19 vaccine joint task force to meet TuesdayRep. O'Neal said state lawmakers have been clear that Pennsylvania's vaccine rollout hasn't been swift but he said it is improving.

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Gov. Murphy to Sign Bill Requiring Early In-Person Voting in New JerseyAlthough New Jersey already had early absentee voting, the new law stands in contrast to the headline-grabbing bill signed into law in Georgia that restricts voting by mail and gives greater legislative control over how voting is run.

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Sheetz Looking To Hire 1,200 Workers In PennsylvaniaThis week, Sheetz is looking to hire 1,200 workers in Pennsylvania.

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Pennsylvania Senate honors the life of Patrick SolanoWILKES-BARRE  The Pennsylvania Senate this week honored the life of the late Patrick Solano with a condolence resolution, according to Sen.

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Pennsylvania schools to get $4.9B in federal pandemic aidPennsylvania schools will get nearly $5 billion from the federal COVID-19 aid package, the Wolf administration announced Monday.

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A Q&A With State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta, The 30-Year-Old Who May Become Pennsylvania's First Openly Gay U.S. SenatorMalcolm Kenyatta, a "rising star" in the Democratic Party, sits down with Blavity to discuss his run for the U.S. Senate.

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Pennsylvania toddler accidentally shot, killed by 5-year-old sibling, police sayAccording to WPXI-TV, the incident occurred Friday night at the Cambridge Square Apartments in Monroeville.

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GOP-Sponsored Bill Would Raise Pennsylvania's Minimum Wage To $10 An HourA state senator from Erie says the minimum wage should be increased to $10 dollars an hour.

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Judge Grants Coverage for Business Owner in Pennsylvania's First 'Substantive' COVID-Related Insurance RulingIt is the first substantive ruling in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania by a state court judge Pittsburgh attorney Jack Goodrich who represented Ungarean said.

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PointsBet Pennsylvania is Coming Soon! Latest UpdateIt was announced in late-March that PointsBet will be entering the Pennsylvania sports betting market.

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Customers in Pennsylvania taps leader's son to run its bankSam Sidhu, whose father is CEO Jay Sidhu, will become president and chief executive of Customers Bank in July.

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Pennsylvania allows visitors into nursing homes once againIt’s great news for families with loved ones in assisted living facilities. The state announcing new guidelines on visitation policies Monday.

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Senate bill proposes expansion of Pennsylvanias renewable energy targetsThe Center Square)  A bill pending in the state Senate proposes expanding Pennsylvanias renewable energy targets to keep it a competitive place for investors as surrounding states race toward.

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Pennsylvania schools to get $4.9B in federal pandemic aidPennsylvania schools will get nearly $5 billion from the federal covid-19 aid package, the Wolf administration announced Monday.

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Joseph Smith Jr.Joseph Smith Jr., 27, of Brookville, died the afternoon of Friday, March 26, 2021 at his home after a battle with cancer.

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'Fecal samples' against gentrification? Research activism raises red flags in West PhillyTemple said it had not approved the research solicited by professor and activist Ang Sun.

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Irvin Richard Dick FikeIrvin Richard Dick Fike, 82, of Coolspring, PA, passed away during the early morning hours of Monday, March 29, 2021, while a resident at Laurelbrooke Landing.

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Helen HaagHaag, 82, of Reynoldsville, PA, passed away during the afternoon of Sunday, March 28, 2021.

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University Of Pennsylvania Graduate Programs Named Among Top In Country, Report FindsPHILADELPHIA — The University of Pennsylvania has been named among the top graduate schools in the United States.

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SERT Called to Creekside Residence With Individual, Believed to Be Armed, Barricaded InsideCREEKSIDE, Pa. – Indiana-based State Police are attempting to make contact with an individual who they say is believed to be armed and barricaded inside a home in Creekside, Indiana County.

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Applications Available For $847M In Rental, Utility AssistanceA total of $847 million has been distributed to Pennsylvania counties to help families pay for rent and utilities.

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Rep. Brian Smith Tests Positive for COVID-19PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. – Rep. Brian Smith is currently in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19.

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Gunman Shoots and Kills Man in Food Court of Philadelphia Mills MallA gunman shot and killed a man in the food court of the Philadelphia Mills Mall on Monday.

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Taray Herring and Jeannette Pace to Face Murder Charges After Police Find Dismembered Body in U-Haul Truck in PhiladelphiaA man and a woman will face murder charges after a dismembered body was found stuffed in a trash bag inside the back of a U-Haul truck in Philadelphia in February.Â.

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Prison Guard Sues Attorney General Josh Shapiro Over Scuttled Prosecution In Sexual Abuse CaseAP) - One of seven prison guards named in a highly publicized sexual abuse case three years ago filed a federal lawsuit against Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, accusing him of malicious prosecution after the charges were ultimately dropped.

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Pennsylvania COVID-19 Early Warning Monitoring Dashboard Update for March 19-25Governor Tom Wolf and Acting Secretary of Health Alison Beam today released a weekly status update detailing the state’s mitigation efforts based on the COVID-19 Early Warning Monitoring System dashboard, highlighting a seven-day case increase of 17,811 a statewide percent positivity of 7.5% and 35 counties with substantial transmission...

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Authorities release photo of car wanted in road rage killing of Pennsylvania motherAuthorities in North Carolina have released a surveillance photo of the car linked to a road rage shooting on I-95 that left a Pennsylvania mother of six dead.

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PointsBet Announces Move into the Pennsylvania and Mississippi MarketsPointsBet Sportsbook is at it again, this time gaining market access to both Mississippi and Pennsylvania.

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Philadelphia L&I Shuts Down Golf and Social Bar in Fishtown Where 7 People Were Injured in Mass ShootingLicense and Inspections shut down a Philadelphia social club where seven people, including three teens, were injured in a mass shooting last week.

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Police Arrest Daisy Vasquez, Mother of Boy Accused of Shooting and Killing Younger Sister Inside Home in Montgomery County, PennsylvaniaA Montgomery County woman is accused of lying to detectives after her teen son shot and killed his younger sister inside their home, officials announced Monday.

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Pennsylvania pension system investigating calculation errorHARRISBURG, Pa. — The board of Pennsylvania's largest public pension system, the Public School Employees’ Retirement System, said it is investigating a consultant's calculation about the fund's investment performance last year that is apparently wrong.

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AAA: Gas Prices Dip In Western Pennsylvania As National Average Drops For 1st Time Since NovemberThe average gas price in western Pennsylvania has dipped as AAA says prices have dropped for the first time in months.

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Tolls going up on several spans connecting NJ, PennsylvaniaThe bistate agency that operates river crossings connecting New Jersey and Pennsylvania announced Monday that it will raise tolls next month and again in 2024, the first such increases in 10 years.

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What President Joe Biden's Offshore Wind Energy Area Means for New Jersey, New York and American Clean EnergyThe White House on Monday designated a portion of the Atlantic Ocean off of New Jersey and New York as a "wind energy area," assuring hundreds of wind turbines will be coming this decade.

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Tolls going up on several spans connecting New Jersey, PennsylvaniaThe bistate agency that operates river crossings connecting New Jersey and Pennsylvania announced Monday that it will raise tolls next month and again in 2024, the first such increases in 10 years.

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Pennsylvania's 2022 U.S. Senate race: Who's in, who's out and what comes nextDespite early moves by John Fetterman, Malcolm Kenyatta and Val Arkoosh, it could be months before the Senate race solidifies as Democrats eye decisions by key members of congress.

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COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expands in N.J. today, cases rising in Pa. and PhiladelphiaCOVID-19 cases are up 10% nationally over the past week. Infections and hospitalizations are on the rise in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.

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Exposed: Shocking Bloodbath in Pennsylvania Horse RacingSeventy-eight Thoroughbreds have died on tracks in Pennsylvania since January 2020—and millions of tax dollars pay for it.

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Sixers Legend Recognized as Pennsylvania's All-Time Best BallerNBA legend and Philadelphia 76ers alum Wilt Chamberlain was recognized by one outlet as the best player to come out of the state of Pennsylvania.

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Wall of Faces project to honor Vietnam casualties nears completion; all Pennsylvania photos foundOn March 29, 1973, combat and combat support units withdrew from South Vietnam, and the Vietnam War Veterans Recognition Act of 2017 permanently designates that date every year as National Vietnam War Veterans Day.

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Amish-made wooden toymaker moves from Pennsylvania to ConnecticutRaymond founded the company in 2017 to “provide children and their parents with nontoxic and heirloom-quality toys to last generations.” Though not Amish-owned, several of Milton and Goose's product lines are made by second-generation Amish toymakers.

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Pennsylvania pension system investigating calculation errorThe board of Pennsylvania's largest public pension system, the Public School Employees' Retirement System, said it is investigating a consultant's calculation about the fund's investment performance last year that is apparently wrong.

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Firefly Festival Poised for September 23-26 Return in DelawareAfter being shuttered in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic, the Dover music festival is eyeing a return for mid-September 2021.

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COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 10,101 New Cases Over 3 Days, Death Toll Surpasses 25,000The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting a three-day total of 10,101 Coronavirus cases and 62 additional deaths.

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50. The 1705 Meilin GunMartin Meilin, his ancestors, and some of his descendants are covered in my book The Omnibus Ancestry: 785 Documented American and European Lines.

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Rising covid cases in Pennsylvania not as steep as late 2020 surgeThere's no doubt coronavirus cases are on the rise in Pennsylvania. But the cases do not appear to be increasing at the rate seen in early November.

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Philadelphia District Attorney Starts LGBTQ Advisory Committee as Transgender Residents Suffer 'Epidemic of Violence'DA Larry Krasner said that the LGBTQ community deserves to be heard more regularly to help improve law enforcement in the city for a long "marginalized" community.

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Evolution seals new PlayLive! deal in PennsylvaniaEvolution has signed a new agreement with Cordish Gaming Group, a division of real estate and entertainment business Cordish Companies, to provide players in Pennsylvania with online live casino and first-person RNG-based games via the PlayLive! site.

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DMVA honors Pennsylvanians who served and sacrificed in the Vietnam WarWILKES-BARRE  Maj. Gen. Mark Schindler, Pennsylvanias adjutant general and head of the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs , Monday said a little over two million&.

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Pennsylvania State Police searching for suspect after police dog shot, leg amputatedPennsylvania State Police say they are searching for a suspect in connection to a shooting that caused a police dog to have its leg amputated.

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Quick hits: Pennsylvania news in brief for Monday, March 29The Pennsylvania Department of Education will study the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on K-12 students to create responsive education and teaching strategies.

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Evolution to power live casino offering for Cordish in PennsylvaniaLive casino service provider Evolution has signed an agreement this week with Cordish Gaming Group, a division of The Cordish Companies, to deliver its Live Casino and First Person RNG-based games to players in Pennsylvania via its new gaming site PlayLive!

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COVID-19 transmission levels in Pa. Allegheny County at 'substantial' level for first time since FebruaryGov. Tom Wolf's administration is providing recommendations to Pennsylvania school districts to reopen based on the local rate of transmission of the coronavirus.

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Pieridae plans to use fracked natural gas from Pennsylvania at its proposed Goldboro LNG plant, and that's a huge problemI had good reason to be uninformed on this. That's because in all the environmental assessment documents Pieridae submitted to the Nova Scotia Department of Environment there is no mention of the sourcing of the gas except to say it will be fed with gas from the Maritimes and Northeast Pipeline.

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Palm Sunday services held in person, onlineLast year, many Palm Sunday services were canceled because of COVID. This time around, many were in person, with masks on.

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United States: Pennsylvania Supreme Court Expands Liability Under Consumer Protection LawThe jury returned a verdict for the defendants on the fraudulent and negligent misrepresentation claims, but the trial court ruled in Plaintiffs' favor on the CPL claim. Ameriprise moved for post-trial relief, arguing that Plaintiffs failed to prove the salesperson's misrepresentations were at least negligent. The trial court disagreed,...

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Bus JoyThis piece is unusual for this blog because it’s true. These days I’ve been taking the bus to and from work.

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- Roberta "Birdie" KurtenRoberta “Birdie” Kurten, 74, Reynoldsville, passed away March 24, 2021, at Highland View Health Care.

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Eastern State Penitentiary is opening a 'fair chance' beer garden with Triple Bottom BrewingThe former prison is partnering with the social justice-focused brewery on a new amenity for its spring edition night tours.

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Judy S. OgdenJudy S. Ogden, age 69 of Falls Creek, PA, died Saturday, March 27, 2021, at her home.

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Chad R. SchriverChad R. Schriver, age 46 of Niagara Falls, NY, died Friday, March 26, 2021, at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center.

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James "Jim" LeRoy KocherJames "Jim" LeRoy Kocher, 75, of Brookville, PA, passed away during the early morning hours of Saturday, March 27, 2021, while a patient at Shadyside Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA.

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CDC Will Extend National Eviction Ban Through June 30, Sources SayThe CDC is likely to keep its national moratorium on evictions in effect through June.

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One of four historical figures will replace Andrew Jackson as namesake of South Philly schoolAll of the options are Black Americans with ties to Philadelphia.

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Charters Don't Steal Funds From Pennsylvania's Traditional Public SchoolsIn early February, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf delivered his 2020-21 budget address and revealed what many of us already knew: He doesn't have much love...

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Evolution enters into agreement with Cordish Gaming Group in Pennsylvania26th March 2021 - Evolution has announced that it has signed an agreement with Cordish Gaming Group, a division of The Cordish Companies, to deliver its Live Casino and First Person RNG-based games to players in Pennsylvania via their new gaming site PlayLive!

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Drive-thru graduation? How Philly colleges and universities plan to celebrate commencement 2021Some schools are hosting in-person events, while others are staying virtual.

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Fireflies and Chocolate by Ailish SinclairThis historical romance, by the Scottish author of The Mermaid and the Bear, continues following the Monteith family.

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Fayette County sportsman: Pennsylvania competes with any state for outdoors activitiesWell-traveled Fayette County sportsman and podcaster Ryan Furrer says Pa. is a premier outdoors state; he also helps landowners with animal habitat.

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Pandemic means far fewer eyes on kids' welfare in Pennsylvania and other statesAn Associated Press analysis of state data reveals that the coronavirus pandemic has ripped away several systemic safety nets for millions of Americans — many of them children.

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On Pennsylvania local town councils, Washington's toxic politics are nowhere to be seenThey may disagree on big issues like voting rights, abortion, and climate change. But in municipal buildings across Pennsylvania, it's business as usual.

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COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: State Health Department Reports 10,101 New Cases Over 3 Days, Death Toll Surpasses 25,000HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting a three-day total of 10,101 Coronavirus cases and 62 additional deaths.

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Pennsylvania state parks, overwhelmed in 2020, prepare for more visitors in 2021Another rush of visitors is expected at Pennsylvania state parks in 2021.

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Inside Pennsylvania's race to expand who's eligible for the coronavirus vaccineThe state has made significant progress in its vaccination effort after Gov. Tom Wolf came under intense scrutiny, but that progress still depends, in part, on where you live.

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Here's why a bill to ban transgender athletes in Pennsylvania won't become lawGovernors in Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee have signed transgender sports bans into law, and similar legislation is progressing in other states.

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Police: 3-year-old girl accidentally shot to death in Pennsylvania apartmentAuthorities say a 3-year-old girl died in what is believed to have been an accidental shooting in a western Pennsylvania apartment.

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Pennsylvania State Police searching for suspect after police dog shot, leg amputatedPennsylvania State Police say they are searching for a suspect in connection to a shooting that caused a police dog to have its leg amputated.

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More than $44K raised for family of Pennsylvania mother killed in road rage shootingGeorge Floyd: Derek Chauvin's trial begins with 9 minutes and 29 seconds of infamous video.

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Jefferson County Nears 23K Vaccine Doses Administered; More than 4.3M Doses Given StatewideJEFFERSON CO., Pa. – Pennsylvania has administered 4,483,724 COVID-19 vaccines, with Jefferson County receiving 22,681 doses, according to state data.

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Jefferson County Reports 17 New COVID-19 CasesHARRISBURG, Pa.  The Pennsylvania Department of Health confirmed that Jefferson County reported 17 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, March 26.

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- Inside Pennsylvania's Race to Expand Who's Eligible for the Coronavirus VaccineHARRISBURG, Pa. — For Doris Daigle of Westmoreland County, booking a coronavirus vaccine appointment was a multi-state effort shared by her nine children and 27 grandchildren, spread out across the country from Los Angeles to New York City, Houston to New Jersey.

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Featured Local Job: Administrator on DutyUPMC Northwest is hiring an Administrator on Duty in a fast-paced environment with active engagement with all levels of leadership.

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GANT: Local Woman Found Naked at Parker Dam Faces Charges for Alleged Cabin Break-insDUBOIS, Pa. – A Clearfield woman found naked at Parker Dam State Park is facing felony charges for allegedly breaking into several cabins.

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Man Airlifted by STAT MedEvac Following Semi-Truck Crash on I-80 in Pine Creek TownshipPolice say 57-year-old Wieslaw Gierula, of Derby, Connecticut, was operating a 2014 Volvo D13 truck, traveling east on I-80 when the vehicle went off the left side of the road for unknown reasons and struck several small trees before hitting an embankment and coming to a final rest.

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PA Council on Aging Hosts Pennsylvanias First-Ever Social Isolation SymposiumHARRISBURG, Pa. – Continuing its work on the growing issue of social isolation among older adults, the Pennsylvania Council on Aging hosted a Social Isolation Symposium to present information and resources virtually to individuals who work with older adults, including caregivers, health care staff, stakeholders and the public.

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Hearing for Area Woman Accused in Violent Incident in Redbank Township Set for TomorrowCLARION CO., Pa.  A hearing is scheduled for tomorrow for a Mayport woman involved in a violent incident in Redbank Township where she allegedly assaulted three other women.

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Man Allegedly Threatens to Use AR-15 at Clarion Hospital Emergency RoomMONROE TWP., Pa.  Clarion-based State Police responded to the Clarion Hospital Emergency Room on Friday morning regarding an incident involving a Clarion man who allegedly made a threa...

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Fay Bernece TannerNarrative Report Fay Bernece Tanner Fay Bernece Tanner was born in Jersey Shore, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, United States on 12/21/1921.

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Fayette County sportsman: Pennsylvania competes with any state for outdoors activitiesWell-traveled Fayette County sportsman and podcaster Ryan Furrer says Pa. is a premier outdoors state; he also helps landowners with animal habitat.

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Morning update: Grim milestone as Pennsylvania surpasses 25,000 coronavirus-related deathsPennsylvania surpassed a grim milestone Sunday as the number of deaths related to COVID-19 surpassed 25,000.

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Thousands without power in Pennsylvania, New Jersey following gusty stormA thin line of powerful storms Sunday night caused power outages in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

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Here is the latest Pennsylvania sports news from The Associated PressINDIANAPOLIS — Villanova coach Jay Wright finally ran out of answers against top-seeded Baylor. The Wildcats played their worst half of the season in a 62-51 loss in a South Region semifinal — largely because of the Bears stifling defense.

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Pennsylvania Surpasses One Million COVID-19 CasesPennsylvania has hit a grim milestone in the fight against COVID-19. WHYY's Katie Meyer reports the commonwealth announced on March 25 that there have been more than one million cases in the state since the pandemic began.

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Christine Englehardt death: Vigil held for Bucks County, Pennsylvania woman found dead in Albion Hotel room in Miami BeachResidents in Miami Beach, Florida held a vigil to honor Christine Englehardt of Bucks County, Pa.

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Pennsylvania surpasses 25,000 COVID-19 deathsAccording to the state's COVID-19 dashboard, there are 1,005,167 total cases of coronavirus in Pennsylvania.

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A Century Later, The Pennsylvania Separations Act Of 1913 Fails To Deliver Contemporary ResultsThe Pennsylvania Separations Act of 1913 requires that all public sector construction projects use a multi-prime delivery system for contractors.

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Parts Of Southeastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey And Delaware Until 9 P.M.Showers will begin around sunrise and at first, should remain just plain rain that could be moderate to even heavy at times.

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Julie Eberly shooting: More than $37K raised for family of Manheim, Pennsylvania mother killed in Lumberton, North CarolinaA Pennsylvania family is receiving an outpouring of donations after 47-year-old Julie Michelle Eberly, a mother of six, was killed in a road rage shooting in Lumberton, North Carolina on Thursday.

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NC sheriff offers $10G reward after Pennsylvania mom of 6 killed in 'road rage' shootingNorth Carolina authorities are offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest of a suspect accused of fatally shooting a Pennsylvania woman in a highway "road rage incident" last week while she and her husband were on their way to a beach vacation.

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Philly local trivia quiz, Women's History Month editionHow much do you know about the women who helped make Philadelphia what it is today?

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Department of Health reports 'technical issues' in COVID-19 reportWILKES-BARRE  Due to technical issues, the Pennsylvania Department of Health Sunday said there will be no COVID-19 data released.

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New Jersey Amusement Park Reopens 2 Months After Accidental FireAn amusement park on the New Jersey shore reopened Saturday almost two months after damage from a fire later ruled accidental.

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More than $37K raised for family of Pennsylvania mother killed in road rage shootingTransgender rights in the spotlight as Arkansas and Tennessee become latest states to pass anti-trans legislation.

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Motorcyclist Killed After Hitting Firefighter Hose in PhiladelphiaA motorcyclist died in a crash after hitting a firefighting hose that was on the ground Sunday morning in Philadelphia.

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Philadelphia Sheriff Sale goes virtual during COVID-19 restrictionsPhiladelphia Sheriff Sale will be held virtually during COVID-19 restrictions, launching on April 6th.

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Fall All-Stars on this list urged to sign up for the Northwestern Pennsylvania Awards ShowThe Fall All-Stars on this list are eligible for the Northwestern Pennsylvania Sports Awards Show.

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Pittsburgh Weather: Sunday Showers, Storm ChancesA warm front lifting through Southwestern Pennsylvania has brought big changes to our weather pattern since yesterday's sunshine.

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Other Voices: Pennsylvania needs an interstate compact to end corporate handoutsThe clouds parted. The sun shone. After 30 years of decline following the closure of the steel mills, Western Pennsylvanians greeted Shells 2016...

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March 28, 1979  Partial Nuclear Meltdown at the Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant in PennsylvaniaOn this day in history the Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant near Middletown, Pennsylvania experienced a partial meltdown in one of the two reactors on site, releasing of a small amount of radioactive gases and iodine into the environment.

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Fall All-Stars on this list urged to sign up for the Northwestern Pennsylvania Awards ShowThe show will feature our three finalists and Athlete of the Year in each D-10 sport, along with major awards such as District 10's overall Male and Female Athletes of the Year.

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IT Student Practices for SkillsUSA Pennsylvania State ChampionshipsCameron Reams, a Clearfield County Career and Technology Center. Information Technology student, is shown in photo practicing for the SkillsUSA Pennsylvania State Championships to be held virtually on March 29.

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National Day Of Action: Pittsburgh Among Cities Nationwide Standing Up Against Asian HatePeople across western Pennsylvania and the United States rallied on Saturday morning, calling for an end to rise in violence and hate against the Asian-American community.

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Thousands of COVID-19 vaccine appointments sitting unfilled in western PennsylvaniaThousands of COVID-19 vaccine appointments are sitting unfilled in western Pennsylvania and providers are encouraging people to double check their eligibility.

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Other Voices: Pennsylvania needs an interstate compact to end corporate handoutsThe clouds parted. The sun shone. After 30 years of decline following the closure of the steel mills, Western Pennsylvanians greeted Shell's 2016 decision to build a massive petrochemical plant near Monaca with near-messianic enthusiasm.

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T&F Scores 19 victories at Penn ChallengeThe University of Pennsylvania men's and women's track and field programs returned to competition on Saturday afternoon for the first time in over 12 months, scoring 19 wins across the day of events.

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Villanova Out of NCAA Tournament After Loss to Top-Seeded BaylorThe Wildcats failed to make the Elite Eight after losing to top-seeded Baylor 62-51.

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Father of Bike-Riding 11-Year-Old Harley Celance killed in Philadelphia Speaks OutFather of 11-year-old Harley Belance gunned down while riding his motor-bike in Northeast Philadelphia speaks out.

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Dozens Come Together Across Western Pennsylvania For 'Stop Asian Hate' RalliesDozens gathered all across western Pennsylvania as part of a movement calling for an end to hate and violence against Asian-Americans.

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Women's History Month: Female banker Charlotte Elizabeth Battles to receive Pennsylvania historical marker in GirardCharlotte Elizabeth Battles is among the subjects of new Pennsylvania markers that also include Andy Warhol and Stan Musial.

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HS FOOTBALL: Honesdale's Sam Deron added to Pennsylvania roster for Big 33 gameIt’s a dream come true for me, ” Deron said. “I took a big step forward this year and went in the mornings and worked out and I worked out after practice.

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Powerful Winds, Heavy Rain Expected in Our Area Sunday in Philadelphia WeatherAfter a sunny and comfortable Saturday, rainy weather is expected to come back to our area as soon as this Sunday.

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Gov. Wolf visits NEPA to share Pennsylvania's vaccination successWILKES-BARRE  Gov. Tom Wolf this week visited Scranton Primary Health Care Center  Lackawanna Countys only federally qualified health center  to tout progress the state is making toward&.

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Baseball Swept by Villanova, 3-0 and 3-2After a 382-day absence, the University of Pennsylvania baseball team was back on the field playing a game on Saturday.

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Teens Wounded in Septuple Shooting Outside Philadelphia ClubTwo underage teens were among the seven wounded when an argument spilled onto the street and gunfire rang out outside a social club in Philadelphia's Fishtown...

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More Than 104,000 Teachers, School Staff, Contractors Vaccinated In PennsylvaniaAs of Friday morning, 104,331 teachers, school staff and contractors have received the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.

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A Good Day For ItThe sunlit day was beautiful. I found myself fishing in the cold water of a Pennsylvania river where the trout seemed few and far between.

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Pennsylvania court again backs limits on abortion coveragePlanned Parenthood and other operators of abortion clinics lost in court on Friday in their bid to reverse a decades-old Pennsylvania court decision upholding limits on the use of state Medicaid dollars to cover the cost of abortions.

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7 million in Grants Available for Local Workforce Development Boards in PennsylvaniaHARRISBURG, PA — Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry. Deputy Secretary for Workforce Development Sheila Irelan announced applications are open for $7 million in grants for the "Near Completer" program and encouraged Local Workforce Development Boards across Pennsylvania to apply for funding to assist Pennsylvanians with...

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Op-Ed: Racism on Pennsylvania High Schools and College Campuses Creates Barriers to OpportunityHow far have we come, and how far do we have to go to diminish  and possibly eradicate  racism in high schools and college campuses?

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Former Pennsylvania broker gets over 17 years for scamming clientsSCRANTON, Pa. — A former Pennsylvania financial adviser who earned millions by pushing high-risk, high-fee investments on unsuspecting retirees was sentenced Friday to more than 17 years in federal prison.

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Better Business Bureau Of Western Pennsylvania Advises Caution When Hiring Help For Wind DamageThe Better Business Bureau is recommending people be cautious when hiring contractors to repair damage from the strong winds on Friday.

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Women are taking control at Original 13 Ciderworks in KensingtonOriginal 13 Ciderworks on North American Street is making changes as it works to bounce back from the pandemic.

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Pennsylvania Court Again Backs Limits On Abortion CoverageHARRISBURG, Pa. — Planned Parenthood and other operators of abortion clinics lost in court on Friday in their bid to reverse a decades-old Pennsylvania court decision upholding limits on the use of state Medicaid dollars to cover the cost of abortions.

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When yellow fever ravaged Philadelphia, Black residents were asked for help. Then they died.During the early stages of the 18th century epidemic, doctors believed African Americans were immune.

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Part of Pennsylvania Turnpike to close overnightThe Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission announced a closure on the Pennsylvania Turnpike between the Allegheny Valley and Pittsburgh exits this weekend.

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Boulder mass shooting is a reminder that Pennsylvania needs policies to end gun violenceGun violence and ‘mass' shootings are an everyday reality for many Philadelphians.

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Cops suspect 5-year-old was playing with loaded gun when girl, 3, was fatally shot inside Pennsylvania homeThe circumstances leading up to the incident remain unclear, but Allegheny County detectives uncovered "strong evidence" that the shooting was accidental, authorities said.

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Former Top Broker Gets Over 17 Years For Scamming ClientsSCRANTON, Pa. — A former Pennsylvania financial adviser who earned millions by pushing high-risk, high-fee investments on unsuspecting retirees has been sentenced to more than 17 years in federal prison.

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Pennsylvania court again backs limits on abortion coveragePlanned Parenthood and other operators of abortion clinics lost in court on Friday in their bid to reverse a decades-old Pennsylvania court decision upholding limits on the use of state Medicaid dollars to cover the cost of abortions.

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Missing Pennsylvania woman has ties to the High CountryUPDATE Saturday March 27 7:56am - Pennsylvania State Troopers report late Friday night that Fornadley has been found safely.

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Families Picking Up The Pieces After Tree Falls Onto 2 Homes In OakmontMany are cleaning up after vicious winds toppled trees onto roads, power lines and homes throughout western Pennsylvania on Friday.

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Bike-Riding Boy, 11, Killed in Northeast Philadelphia ShootingTwo boys were shot Friday evening while riding motorized bikes in Northeast Philadelphia, and the 11-year-old victim died a short time later from a bullet wound to the neck, police said.

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Wolf picks top election adviser to lead Dept. of StateWolf says Veronica Degraffenreid is a nationally respected expert in election administration.

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To stop Philly gun violence, officials should put their money where their mouth is, protesters say"We are robbing our children of a childhood," said an organizer of Friday's rally at City Hall.

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Pennsylvania Lawmakers Aim to Keep Tom Wolf at BayTwo ballot measures would limit the governor's power to extend emergency declarations indefinitely.

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Gas drilling firms repel Pennsylvania's antitrust lawsuitPennsylvania's highest court has delivered a victory for natural gas exploration firms, ruling that the state attorney general's office doesn't have authority under state law to sue them on consumer protection grounds over their mineral rights-leasing practices.

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Philly hopes to boost vaccinations 50% by end of April, but the pace has stalledPhiladelphia vaccination pace stalls despite community clinics.

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Northern Pennsylvania Regional College Board of Trustees Names Next PresidentBoard of Trustees has named Susan Snelick as its next college president. Ms. Snelick brings extensive workforce development expertise to the position, having most recently served as the executive director of Workforce Solutions for North Central PA and holding various other workforce development leadership positions in the region spanning nearly...

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Pennsylvania continues to look for ways to lower property taxesWhen it comes to property taxes, Pennsylvania falls within the top third of states with the highest rates in the country.

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Pennsylvania court again backs limits on abortion coveragePlanned Parenthood and other operators of abortion clinics lost their bid to reverse a decades-old Pennsylvania court decision upholding limits on the use of state Medicaid dollars.

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Applications Open For Entrepreneurs To Get Their Products On Walmart ShelvesPennsylvania entrepreneurs have the chance to get their products on Walmart shelves.

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Pennsylvania bill would authorize local speed radar useThe pursuit of expanded authority by law enforcement to use speed radar in Pennsylvania has taken the first step toward passage.

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Police: Pa. Woman Driving To Beach In North Carolina Shot, Killed In Road Rage IncidentLUMBERTON, N.C. — Authorities in North Carolina say a Pennsylvania woman has died after being shot in a road rage incident on Interstate 95 as she and her husband drove to the beach.

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Pennsylvania Woman Fatally Shot in North Carolina Road Rage IncidentJulie Eberly and her husband had been driving to the beach for a vacation when the shooting occurred.

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Sinkhole Shuts Chemical Road in Montgomery CountyChemical Road in Plymouth Meeting, Montgomery County, was shut down Friday afternoon for a sinkhole, state highway officials said.

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Pennsylvania Court Again Backs Limits On Abortion CoverageA seven-judge panel of the Commonwealth Court ruled, with one dissent, both that the abortion clinic operators do not have standing to assert the constitutional rights of low-income women seeking an abortion and that it is bound by a 1985 state Supreme Court decision.

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Bill targets ready-to-drink cocktails for expansion beyond Pennsylvania liquor systemThe Center Square)  A bill pending in the Pennsylvania Legislature could free ready-to-drink cocktails from the shelves of state-owned liquor stores.

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Rate stable in February, as payrolls and labor force growHARRISBURG, Pa.  Pennsylvanias unemployment rate was stable in February, as the labor force and payrolls both grew as they creep back toward pre-pandemic levels, according to state figures&.

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Pennsylvania court again backs limits on abortion coverageHARRISBURG, Pa. — Operators of abortion clinics lost in court on Friday in their bid to reverse a decades-old Pennsylvania court decision upholding limits on the use of state Medicaid dollars to cover abortions.

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New Leadership Elected by American Dairy Association North East, Pennsylvania Dairy Promotion Program Boards of DirectorsSYRACUSE, N.Y. – Audrey Donahoe of Clayville, N.Y., was elected by her peers on the American Dairy Association North East board of directors to serve as board president, effective immediately.

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Sean Lannon, Man Held in NJ Killing, Now Faces Charges in Killing of Wife, Others2 Friends in New MexicoSean Lannon, a man accused in the beating death of a New Jersey resident, was charged Friday with killing his ex-wife and two others in New Mexico in what investigators call a complicated case spanning multiple states.

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Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf Picks Top Election Adviser Veronica Degraffenreid To Lead Department Of StateVeronica Degraffenreid, a former senior election official in North Carolina, became Gov. Tom Wolf's nominee to head of his Department of State, which oversees elections in Pennsylvania.

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Philadelphia Eagles Trade Back in NFL Draft First Round, Send No. 6 Pick to Miami Dolphins for No. 12 Pick, Future 1st RounderThe Philadelphia Eagles have traded back in the first round of next month's NFL Draft to get another first round pick next year.

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PointsBet To Enter Pennsylvania And Mississippi: What New Deal MeansA new access deal opens up the possibility of a PointsBet Pennsylvania sportsbook, with Mississippi also in the works for the future.

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Philadelphia's The Please Touch Museum Is Reopening More Than a Year After Coronavirus Safety PauseChildren will be able to start making memories again at Please Touch Museum in April as the place devoted to play reopens with...

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FNCB Bank donates $20,000 for Pre-Kindergarten Center of ExcellenceFNCB Bank, locally-based for more than 111 years, recently donated $20,000 through the Pennsylvania Neighborhood Assistance Project Tax Credit Program, to the Scranton-Lackawanna Human Development Agency for their Pre-Kindergarten Center of Excellence project.

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COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Health Department Reports 4,927 New Cases, 36 Additional DeathsThe Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 4,927 new Coronavirus cases and 36 additional deaths.

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Q&A: What's the Status of Coronavirus Vaccine Distribution in New Jersey and Pennsylvania?After initially being ranked one of the worst states when it came to administer shots to people, Pennsylvania has seen some improvement in recent weeks....

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High Court Allows for Direct Delivery of Specialty Wines to Pennsylvania ConsumersThe high court on Thursday issued a one-sentence order affirming a ruling from Commonwealth Court Judge P. Kevin Brobson who had found that the agency was failing to properly implement changes to the liquor code.

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Pennsylvania weighs gas-tax alternatives to fund transportationA gas station in Philadelphia earlier this month. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is pursuing alternatives to what he sees as the increasingly unreliable fuel tax to fund transportation.

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Lawmakers looking to improve blighted spaces in PennsylvaniaLocal and state lawmakers say something needs to be done when it comes to blighted properties.

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Pennsylvania's Unemployment Rate Stable In February As Payrolls And Labor Force GrowPennsylvania's unemployment rate was stable in February, as the labor force and payrolls both grew as they creep back toward pre-pandemic levels, according to state figures released Friday.

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Pennsylvania Dairymen's Association Announces New Partnership with Kennie's MarketThe Pennsylvania Dairymens Association, known for those popular and famous milkshakes sold at the PA Farm Show and around the state, announces their NEW partnership with Kennies Market, Industry Buzz.

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Massive Tree, Once Offered To City For Christmas, Topples Over In Greenfield Front YardThe high winds blowing through the Southwestern Pennsylvania region have blown over trees, branches, signs, downed power lines and caused a host of power outages.

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UntitledWILKES-BARRE  A wind gust Friday morning knocked down an aged light pole on North Pennsylvania Avenue outside the Times Leader building in Wilkes-Barre.

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Part of Pennsylvania Turnpike closed this weekend for bridge removalA section of the Pennsylvania turnpike will be closed for five hours Saturday into Sunday so crews can remove a bridge.

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Governor Wolf A Nominates New Pennsylvania Secretary of StateGovernor Wolf says Degraffenreid is a ‘nationally respected expert’ in election administration. The governor also says she has extensive experience in operating elections, from security and poll worker training to voter registration, administration and modern voting systems.

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Swinging, Pot Use Wielded in Effort to Oust Delaware County CouncilmanFrom swinger websites, to pot use to almost non-stop shouting and accusations of a smear campaign, a Delaware County council meeting devolved into chaos over efforts to oust one councilman.

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Short Take 9: The COVID travel data that never existedAs the COVID pandemic emerged last year, Gov. Wolf promised his decisions would be "data-driven".

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New Jersey Expanding Coronavirus Vaccine Eligibility to Include Those 55 and Older in AprilNew Jersey will expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility beginning April 5 to people ages 55 and older, as well as to people 16 and older if they have intellectual or developmental disabilities, Gov.

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Pennsylvania Moves to Speed Coronavirus Vaccinations for Older AdultsPennsylvania ordered vaccine providers Thursday to work with agencies that serve older adults to help clear a backlog of people 65 and older who have spent months waiting for COVID-19 shots.

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Attention NJ Drivers: This Wall Cave-in Could Be Slowing Down Your Drive on Interstate 295A retaining wall cave-in on a section of road that is supposed to eventually improve your drive through a busy New Jersey interchange is causing a slowdown for drivers on a stretch of interstate.

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February unemployment unchanged in PennsylvaniaThe state Department of Labor and Industry reported that in February the unemployment rate remained unchanged from the month before at 7.3%.

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PointsBet Secures Sports Betting and iGaming Market Access in Pennsylvania and MississippiAs part of the Transaction, PointsBet has agreed to release PNG and Penn Interactive Ventures, LLC and their respective affiliates from the disposal restrictions contained in Section 6.4 of the subscription agreement entered between, among others, the Company, PointsBet, PNG and PIV dated 31 July 2019 in respect of the securities which were...

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Pennsylvania health insurance marketplace Pennie to remain open until Aug. 15People who want to buy health insurance through Pennie, Pennsylvania's ACA marketplace, now have until Aug.

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Chesapeake Agrees to $1.9M Fine for Wetlands Violations at Pennsylvania Oil, Gas SitesA subsidiary of Chesapeake Energy Corp. has agreed to pay a $1.9 million fine and address environmental impacts in Pennsylvania as punishment for failing to identify and protect wetlands at 76 oil and gas well sites.

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Pittsburgh: Workers and Activists Hold Rally in Solidarity with Amazon WorkersKarima Howard, an organizer with the Amalgamated Transit Union, expressed her local’s solidarity with Amazon workers and pointed out that Amazon’s $15 wage is not enough to live and support a family on, leading the chant, “Pittsburgh is a union town!

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Pennsylvania woman shot and killed in road-rage incident on I-95 in North Carolina, police sayA Pennsylvania woman was killed when gunfire erupted during an apparent road rage incident on I-95 in North Carolina, police say.

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Pennsylvania's February unemployment rate unchanged; 30,000 jobs addedWILKES-BARRE  Pennsylvanias civilian labor force  the estimated number of residents working or looking for work  increased 35,000 over the month due mostly to a gain in employment of 30,000.

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Pennsylvania Orders Seven Farmland Solar Sites, Government To Be 50 Percent Renewable By 2023Pennsylvania officials today announced what they say is the largest purchase of solar energy ever by a state.

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Moving? Here's How Much You Need to Earn to Afford a HouseWith housing prices on the rise, here's a look at country's most and least affordable cities to buy a home.

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Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania to reopen April 30STRASBURG, Pa.  After a year of being closed due to the Covid pandemic, the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg, Pa., will reopen on Friday, April 30.

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Gunman Walks Up to Group of People on Kensington Street Corner and Fires 17 Shots; Philadelphia Police Say at Least 3 HurtAt least two men and a woman were hurt as a gunman fired at least 17 shots into a group of people gathered on a Kensington street corner overnight.

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Pennsylvania court again backs limits on abortion coverageOperators of abortion clinics lost in court on Friday in their bid to reverse a decades-old Pennsylvania court decision upholding limits on the use of state Medicaid dollars to cover abortions.

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United States: Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf Announces Roll Back Of Restaurant, Business, And Gathering Restrictions Effective April 4, 2021On March 15, Pennsylvania Governor Wolf announced the lifting of some targeted restrictions on restaurants, businesses, and gathering limits as COVID-19 cases have declined and vaccination rates increase.

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