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One of Pennsylvania's largest fish, a probable state record, caught in PhillyJonathan Pierce's flathead catfish, officially weighing 56.3 pounds, will likely shatter the state record of 50.7 pounds set last spring on the Susquehanna River.

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625 New Coronavirus Cases in PA Bring Statewide Total to Over 70,000The Department of Health confirmed 625 new Coronavirus cases have been reported as of noon, Thursday, May 28, bringing the statewide total to 70,042.

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Pennsylvania adds 625 coronavirus cases; total passes 70,000The Pennsylvania Department of Health on Thursday reported 108 new deaths and 625 additional cases of the coronavirus.

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Judge orders Pennsylvania to launch new voting method for visually impaired voters for next week's primaryA federal judge ruled late Wednesday that the Pennsylvania Department of State must provide a way for visually-impaired voters to fill out an absentee or mail-in ballot online, print it at home and return it to their county elections office.

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Election Offices, Flooded With Ballots, Demand More Time to Count VotesMore than 1.8 million Pennsylvanians applied for a mail-in ballot for the June 2 primary in the coronavirus pandemic.

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Hundreds laid off, no arts funding and every other reason people are protesting Kenney's budget cutsThe pandemic has torn a half-billion dollar hole in Philly's finances.

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Fast-moving fire destroys historic church in PennsylvaniaA Pennsylvania church that had recently been added to the National Register of Historic Places was destroyed when a fast-moving fire roared through the building.

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New Jobless Claims Slow as Coronavirus Cases Continue to Slow in New JerseyTesting and contact tracing are being hailed as keys to the slow reopening of New Jersey from shutdowns put in place to slow the spread of the deadly new coronavirus.

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court ends judicial emergencyThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court has issued an order to end the statewide judicial emergency on June 1.

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GOP kept state rep's coronavirus infection a secret and let him keep working without a maskA Pennsylvania state lawmaker tested positive for coronavirus but kept it a secret from some colleagues.

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Ever Grain Brewing Company Brings Creativity To Central PennsylvaniaLarry Dolan and Norm Fromm know what craft beer fans want - sometimes before they know it themselves.

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The Mysterious William Ralston of Greensburg, Westmoreland County, PAWilliam Ralston settled in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania in April, 1769 according to the testimony he gave to the court.

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Malcolm Jenkins Will Be Keynote Speaker at Philly School District GraduationFormer Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl-winning safety Malcolm Jenkins will be the keynote speaker at the School District of Philadelphia's virtual graduation ceremony.

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Camps Equinunk and Blue Ridge share unbearable reality of having to cancel camp for Summer 2020To The Entire Equinunk and Blue Ridge Family, The world has experienced dramatic change in the past few months.

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Pennsylvania pools are allowed to open, but some may choose to stay closedPools will be allowed to open this summer as the region eases coronavirus mitigation restrictions, but the preparations needed to keep swimmers safe could keep some facilities in Allegheny County closed.

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Despite beginning of reopening, Pennsylvania unemployment claims jump 11 percentThe Center Square) - Pennsylvania was one of just 13 states that saw a spike in new jobless claims as the impact of the state's economic shutdown continues to drive unemployment filings even as the state begins to reopen, according to numbers released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Labor.

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New Jersey Releases Guidance on Class of 2020 Graduations With Coronavirus Social-Distancing in PlaceThe Class of 2020 can be celebrated with in-person graduation ceremonies in New Jersey this summer but due to the coronavirus pandemic, commencements will look...

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Carol Jean WardCarol Jean Palmer Ward, 82, of Sanford, N.C., died Friday, May 22, 2020, at UNC Chapel Hill Hospital.

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Andrew B. KunselmanAndrew B. Kunselman, 70, of East Vandergrift, died Tuesday, May 26, 2020, at UPMC Canterbury Place Hospice in Pittsburgh.

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Sakeenah Benjamin is Billy Penn's new audience coordinatorThe West Philly native has been running the street teams at WHYY.

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Motive Unclear on Crime Spree UConn Student Is Accused ofThe manhunt ended on Wednesday night for 23-year-old UConn student Peter Manfredonia, a suspect in two homicides, a home invasion and an abduction in...

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One-Year-Old Boy Safe After Mother's Car Is Stolen Off Philadelphia Street With Him in Back SeatPolice were searching for a suspect Thursday after recovering a running car that was stolen off a Southwest Philadelphia street with a 1-year-old in the back seat.

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Pennsylvania is sitting on billions in coronavirus relief money. What's the hold up?Gov. Tom Wolf said he and the GOP-controlled General Assembly are negotiating how to best spend the state's pot of discretionary dollars.

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Pennsylvania Lottery: Cash 5 Ticket Worth $740,000 or More Sold in Northhampton CountyMiddletown, PA. A jackpot-winning Pennsylvania Lottery Cash 5 ticket sold for the Sunday, May 24 drawing matched all five balls drawn, 05-10-11-23-34, to win $747,116.50, less withholding.

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Dine-in services allowed at Pennsylvania restaurants in yellow phase beginning in JuneStarting June 5, restaurants and retail food service businesses in the yellow phase will be allowed to add dine in services and outdoor seating.

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Kayaking for heroes: A Pennsylvania man's journey down the Susquehanna RiverEarlier this month, Jeff Loeffler of St. Marys, Pennsylvania started his 12-day journey down the Susquehanna River.

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Fire Guts Historic Delaware County ChurchFlames tore through a historic Delaware County church overnight, gutting the structure and causing the roof to collapse.

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Will COVID-19 end the Pennsylvania Workers' Comp exclusive remedy provisions?Under certain circumstances an employee may file suit against an employer beyond a workers' compensation claim.

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Winning The Electoral College In 2020, Part 2The above United States map helps focus one's attention on the importance of the Electoral College.

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Nuclear Power/IAEA Fast FactsNuclear Power/IAEA Fast Facts March 28, 1979 - A partial meltdown of the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant occurs in Middletown, Pennsylvania.

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Two adults, child found dead in Pennsylvania home, cause of death unknownAuthorities say three people were found dead in an eastern Pennsylvania home, but there was no immediate word on the cause of the deaths.

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Student wanted for two murders is detained after two-day manhuntConnecticut student was found after suspected sightings in Maryland.

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Pennsylvania Democrats say they were not informed of Republican's coronavirus diagnosisDemocratic lawmakers in Pennsylvania's are calling for answers about why they were not informed for nearly a week that a GOP colleague had been diagnosed with the knew this in the Republican leadership and did not inform the broader membership and staff, they need to resign immediately.

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Inside a Pennsylvania Prison's Hunger StrikeInmates at the Franklin County Jail in Pennsylvania asked for COVID-19 protection. They were met with riot gear.

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Senior Spotlight: Clarion Limestone's Katie Melcher to Attend IUPWith 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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Jefferson County Prepares to Go GreenBusinesses across the area have been preparing to reopen as Jefferson County will move to the green phase of Pennsylvania's reopening plan on Friday, May 29.

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Senior Spotlight: Brookville's Katie Melcher to Attend IUPWith 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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Pennsylvania Is Sitting on Billions in Coronavirus Relief Money. What's the Holdup?HARRISBURG, Pa. — After enduring more than two months of the coronavirus pandemic, and with state revenues continuing to tank, Pennsylvania has yet to spend a dime of $3.9 billion in discretionary...

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Clarion County Extends Emergency Declaration Until July 15Clarion County Commissioners Wayne Brosius, Ted Tharan, and Ed Heasley extended an emergency declaration until July 15 at their Tuesday morning meeting.

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Missing Man Found Deceased in Clearfield CountyA man that was reported missing on Saturday was found deceased in Clearfield County on Wednesday.

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Pennsylvania primaries to set match-ups in House battlegroundsPennsylvania will be a crucial battleground in the presidential race, and the Keystone State will also host a handful of competitive House races in 2020.

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Burns and Burns Wins IA&B ScholarshipIn response to the COVID-19 outbreak and resulting financial crisis, Insurance Agents and Brokers awarded insurance education scholarships for licensing exam preparation, live CE webinars, CISR seminars, and CIC institutes in May 2020.

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Police Investigating After One-Year-Old Child's Head Pinned Under Vehicle TireClarion-based State Police have initiated an investigation into an incident involving a one-year-old child who was injured in Clarion Township on Memorial Day.

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Wolf Administration, Federal Delegation: Pennsylvania Farmers Eligible for $16 Billion in Direct Relief PaymentsPennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding and U.S. Department of Agriculture. Farm Service Agency Administrator.

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Man Accused of Punching, Threatening to Kill Victim During Dispute in Punxsutawney Held for CourtA man who allegedly punched another man and threatened to kill him during an argument in a parking lot in Punxsutawney was held for court recently.

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SPONSORED: Clarion Subway Locations to Open for Dine-In on Friday68 and 8th Avenue, will be open for dine in on Friday, May 29! Beginning Wednesday, June 3, both locations will be open until 9:00 p.m.

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Reynoldsville Teen Accused of Groping, Showing Sex Toys to Juvenile Waives HearingA 19-year-old Reynoldsville man waived his hearing Tuesday on charges related to an incident where he allegedly groped a younger teen then used a sex toy in front o...

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Pa. House Democrats Say They Were in the Dark for a Week About Republican's Positive Coronavirus TestHARRISBURG, Pa. — A Republican state lawmaker from Central Pennsylvania confirmed Wednesday that he tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this month, leading at least one of his House colleag...

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PennDOT Extends Expiration Dates on Driver Licenses, ID Cards, and Learner's PermitsThe Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced that expiration dates for driver licenses, identification cards, and learner's permits, will be extended for Penn...

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Police Respond to Burglary in Henderson TownshipPunxsutawney-based State Police are investigating a burglary in Henderson Township.

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More funds needed to help Pennsylvania renters, landlords during COVID-19Low-income renters are disproportionately represented among those who have been laid off due to the pandemic, including restaurant and hospitality workers.

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- State Police Investigating Attempted 'Swatting'State police are investigating an attempted "Swatting" in Decatur Township.

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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 DayContact us today at 814-297-8004 or email.

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Pennsylvania House Democrats are livid GOP colleagues hid COVID-19 infections from themOfficial site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons.

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Canadian Man Receives Package Ordered 8 Years EarlierA Toronto man said he was surprised and confused when a package showed up at his home containing a product he had ordered eight years earlier.

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Jefferson County Recipe of the Day: Loaded Potato SaladThis recipe is a nice twist on your typical potato salad!

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Florida Baseball Team Lists Stadium on AirbnbA minor league baseball team in Florida is putting its stadium to good use amid a delayed season by renting out the property on Airbnb.

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Biden camp denies ex-VP confused D-Day with Pearl Harbor Day during fundraiserJoe Biden's campaign on Wednesday denied that the former vice president had confused the date of the D-Day invasion of northern Europe in World War II with the date of Pearl Harbor Day during a fundraiser.

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Meet Pennsylvania's high school football players in the Class of 2021 with college offersWhen the NCAA extended the recruiting dead period Wednesday through the end of July, it made the road to college commitment that much tougher for Pennsylvania's Class of 2021 prospects.

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Some restaurant dining OK'd; mom charged in boy's OD death; more: Good Morning, PennsylvaniaWhat you need to know for Thursday, May 28, 2020. Weather High: 79, low: 71.

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Pennsylvania is sitting on billions in coronavirus relief money. What's the holdup?Gov. Tom Wolf said he and the GOP-controlled General Assembly are negotiating how to best spend the state's pot of discretionary dollars.

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Virginia Kay SwitzerVirginia Kay Switzer, age 73, of Knox, passed away Wednesday morning, May 27, 2020 at UPMC Northwest at Seneca, following an illness.

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Outdoor Dining to Return to Pennsylvania on June 5Outdoor dining will return to Pennsylvania counties starting June 5. NBC10's Matt DeLucia has the details.

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Pennsylvania state rep. recovers from COVID-19A Pennsylvania lawmaker from Dauphin County tested positive for COVID-19, but some are not happy that they just found out now.

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Elvera CataldiElvera Grace Cataldi, age 88, of Drs Lane, Penfield, PA passed away unexpectedly on Monday, May 25, 2020 at her home.

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Joe Biden shock: Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf endorses former VP as PresidentEconoTimes 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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Pro sports can resume in Pennsylvania without spectatorsHARRISBURG — Professional sports can resume in Pennsylvania where the governor's stay-at-home order to stem the spread of the coronavirus is no longer in force, but without spectators, Gov.

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Pro sports can resume in Pennsylvania, without spectatorsProfessional sports can resume in Pennsylvania where the governor's stay-at-home order to stem the spread of the coronavirus is no longer in force, but without spectators, Gov.

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Fear of 'silent spreaders' increases as Pennsylvania reopensThe Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that there's a 20 to 50 percent chance that the ‘spreaders' could be making people sick before or if they feel symptoms.

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Some Pennsylvania Democrats Accuse Pennsylvania GOP Leadership of Covering Up Lawmaker's COVID-19 DiagnosisSome Pennsylvania Democrats are accusing House Republican leadership of covering up a fellow GOP lawmaker's COVID-19 diagnosis.

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Meet the candidates for Pennsylvania auditor generalThe candidates for Pennsylvania's auditor general suggest the office has a significant role in oversight of the state's coronavirus response.

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Pa. Dems accuse GOP of keeping Rep. Lewis' coronavirus diagnosis a 'secret'Western Pennsylvania Democrats are accusing Republican lawmakers of keeping the status of a GOP colleague who tested positve for the coronavirus a "secret." Rep.

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Editorial: Pennsylvania budget not doneOK, we know the drill. It's May. Almost June. That's the time of year that Pennsylvania's lawmakers and the governor get serious about their annual battle of wills over the budget.

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3-Year-Old Girl Dies After Out-of-Control Driver Crashes Into Vehicles in Northeast PhiladelphiaA 3-year-old girl was killed after an out-of-control driver crashed into multiple vehicles in Northeast Philadelphia Wednesday evening, police said.

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Camp Starlight turns its sights to 2021Dear Starlight Families: This is the email we did not want to send. In our twenty-two years as the Owners / Directors of Camp Starlight, we never imagined we would have to share information like this.

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Camp Weequahic sadly says goodbye to Summer 2020Dear Weequahic Families, To say the last eight weeks have been challenging for all of us would be an understatement.

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Gov. Wolf Issues Green Phase Order, Guidance on Dining and Professional SportsAs more counties move to yellow and green, Governor Tom Wolf today issued an order to elaborate on the reopening process for green phase counties and guidance on outdoor din...

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'The Wise Thing To Do': Pennsylvania Lawmakers Set To Approve Temporary $25 Billion Budget To Fund Government For Next 5 MonthsWhat this will do is fund the government at current levels until lawmakers can assess the damage that the coronavirus has had on the state budget.

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Gov. Tom Wolf Says Professional Sports Teams In Pennsylvania Can Practice And Play In 'Yellow' And 'Green' Phases Without FansThe Wolf administration says professional sports teams in the state can practice and play in the "yellow" and "green" phases.

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Pennsylvania Game Commission seeks info on northern goshawksThe northern goshawk is an agile, secretive type of hawk with a long tail, gray and white body and intense orange to red eyes.

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The Home That Raised MeThis is a photo of my maternal grandparents' farm. In it, you will see red buildings, white roofs, a couple silos, and a certain number of acres.

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NJ Turnpike, Garden State Parkway Raise TollsThe construction plan includes $16 billion to widen sections of the New Jersey Turnpike and the Garden State Parkway, permanently implement cashless toll payment and replace a bridge between New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

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Outdoor Dining Will Be Allowed in Pennsylvania June 5Outdoor dining will be available across the entire state next Friday, and indoor dining will also be allowed in counties that have reach the "green" phase, the governor announced May 27.

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Humane Pennsylvania continues to help pet owners in need"Our Spike's Pet Pantry is a program that has been around for years and will continue to be around even after the pandemic."

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780 New Coronavirus Cases in PA Bring State Total to 69,417The Department of Health confirmed 780 new Coronavirus cases have been reported as of noon, Wednesday, May 27, bringing the statewide total to 69,417.

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Four Coronavirus Cases Removed from Clarion County TallyThe total COVID-19 positive cases for Clarion County have dropped by four cases, according to the Department of Health, while a total 780 new Coronavirus cases have been reported across Pennsylvania as of noon, Wednesday, May 27.

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'Facing New World': Uncertainty Abounds at Philly Area Zoos, Aquariums Due to VirusA penguin turns its head to and fro across the water, as if confused, as the stingrays glide their flattened bodies along the shallows.

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An Expert Answers Your COVID-19 QuestionsAn Expert Answers Your COVID-19 Questions - Across Pennsylvania, PA - 'We live in confusing times, bombarded with both a dangerous virus and dangerous misinformation.'

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Connecticut Fugitive Student Believed To Have Taken Uber From Pa. To Maryland; FBI Joins SearchA man matching the description of a fugitive college student wanted in the killings of two people in Connecticut was seen in northeastern Pennsylvania, but an hours-long search overnight came up empty.

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PennDOT extends expiration dates for driver licensesExpiration dates for driver licenses, photo ID cards and learner's permits scheduled to expire from March 16 through June 30 have been extended until June 30, 2020.

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Clarion Hospital Open for BusinessButler Health System, including Clarion Hospital, is now open for business.. According to a release from Butler Health System , the Steering Committee met on Tuesday evening and the decision was made to open BHS for.

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Montgomery County, Pa. sues to extend mail ballot deadline for 2020 primaryCounty elections officials are seeking a one-week extension of the mail ballot deadlines for voters.

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Battleground 2020: Pennsylvania primary electionOn the fifth episode of our Battleground 2020 series, we'll focus on this Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary.

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New Search in Pennsylvania for Student Wanted in Connecticut Killings Comes Up EmptyA man matching the description of a fugitive college student wanted in the killings of two people in Connecticut was seen in northeastern Pennsylvania, sparking a new search that lasted several hours but came up empty, authorities said Wednesday.

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More funds needed to help Pennsylvania renters, landlords during COVID-19Low-income renters are disproportionately represented among those who have been laid off due to the pandemic, including restaurant and hospitality workers.

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Teen, 16, dies after jumping off cliff at Pennsylvania damBEAR CREEK TOWNSHIP — A 16-year-old boy died after jumping off a cliff at a dam in northeastern Pennsylvania, authorities said.

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Peter Manfredonia CT: Search for Connecticut murder suspect stretches to Maryland, PennsylvaniaAuthorities said the man fit the description of University of Connecticut senior Peter Manfredonia, 23, who reportedly was last seen on Sunday about 50 miles southeast of Duryea in East Stroudsburg walking along railroad tracks.

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Philly Survey: 75% of Residents Say Everyone Should Wear a Mask"If you're the 1 out of 4 who doesn't get it... we need you to get with the program," Mayor Jim Kenney said.

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Pennsylvania COVID-19 Cases Top 69,000, Death Toll Surpasses 5,200On Wednesday, health officials reported 780 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the statewide total to 69,417.

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Pandemic boosts priority of broadband expansion in rural PennsylvaniaThe Center Square) - Lawmakers advanced two bills Tuesday that would expand broadband access into the most remote corners of Pennsylvania - a longstanding issue now exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic.

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16-Year-Old Boy Dies After Jumping Off Cliff At Pennsylvania DamDevin Janvere of Tobyhanna was swimming with friends and relatives at the Francis E. Walter Dam in Bear Creek Township on Tuesday evening, state police in Luzerne County said.

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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Wants More New Jerseyans to Get Tested for CoronavirusGov. Phil Murphy says New Jerseyans getting tested is critical in New Jersey's return from coronavirus shutdowns.

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Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf Endorses Former Vice President Joe Biden for PresidentThe Democratic governor announced his support for Joe Biden in the November election against President Donald Trump.

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Who owns the marijuana company shut down this week by Pennsylvania?AGRiMED was effectively stopped from doing business in the state. Harvest says it acquired the company and will appeal.

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Showboat Owner Planning $100M Indoor Water Park in Atlantic CityThe owner of Atlantic City's Showboat hotel says he plans a $100 million year-round indoor water park next door to it and will break ground in August.

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Megabus restarts Philly service amid confusion over roadwork behind 30th Street StationYou can get tickets to D.C. now and NYC next week — and the bus will pick you up in the regular spot, officials say.

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Four Men Shot in Daytime Kensington Drive-by, Police SayGunfire in the daylight of morning left four men hurt along a Kensington street Wednesday, Philadelphia police said.

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Pennsylvania now has two public high schools with girls' wrestlingAn historic step was taken Tuesday night by an historic Pennsylvania wrestling program.

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Everything you need to know about the US primary elections next weekNext week, nine states, the Virgin Islands and the District of Columbia will hold primary elections as part of the 2020 election.

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Philadelphia Restaurants Saddled With Payments on More Than $37.6M in Pre-Coronavirus Pandemic LoansIn in mid-March, the Covid-19 pandemic sent shock waves through the industry when Philadelphia was placed under a stay-at-home order and dine-in service at...

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Daniel R. HanesDaniel R. Hanes, 71, of Titusville, passed away Friday, May 22, 2020, at home. Daniel was born in Titusville, on December 11, 1948, a son of the late Jack and Helen.

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Lois J. ShafferLois J. Shaffer, 84, of Kennerdell, Scrubgrass Twp., Venango County, went to be with the Lord early Monday morning, May 25, 2020 at UPMC Northwest in Seneca.

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Glenn Robert Taylor Jr.Glenn R. Taylor, Jr., 88, of Mechanicsburg, passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 24, 2020 at Sarah A. Todd Memorial Home.

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Gov. Tom Wolf Endorses Joe Biden For PresidentPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has given his endorsement to former Vice President Joe Biden.

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Scammers start filing for unemployment compensation using stolen identities in PennsylvaniaAdding to a host of problems and unprecedented situations that have faced the state's unemployment centers amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, Pennsylvania...

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Nancy C. ColeNancy C. Cole, 76, of Punxsutawney, passed away on Friday, May 22, 2020.

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Kenneth W. DeBoerKenneth W. DeBoer, 83, of Reynoldsville, PA died Saturday, May 23, 2020 in Falls Creek, PA.

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Featured Local Job: Corrections OfficerThe County of Venango is currently accepting applications for a full-time. Corrections Officer to work within the Venango County Prison.

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Featured Local Job: BartendersWanango Country Club is seeking experienced bartenders. 7 days a week with flexible hours Interested individuals may send resume and contact information to.

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Railroading in PennsylvaniaIts affiliated lines connected New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington with Buffalo, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville, Chicago and St. Louis.

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Pennsylvania High School Esports Boosts Learning Opportunities and National Profile By Becoming a NASEF AffiliateDOWNINGTOWN, PA — Pennsylvania students are about to take the next step in significant learning through their favorite pastime, as the Pennsylvania Scholastic Esports League becomes a formal Affiliate...

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Student being hunted for two murders was looking for young woman before rampage, victim's wife saysAn armed college student who allegedly killed two men was searching for a young woman before his rampage began, the wife of his first victim has said.

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Community College of Philadelphia Switching Fully Online in Fall Amid Coronavirus Pandemic ConcernsIn response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Community College of Philadelphia will be holding all fall semester classes online.

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Changes afoot at hard-hit Pennsylvania veterans homeHARRISBURG, Pa. — Gov. Tom Wolf's administration announced a new leader Wednesday at the Southeastern Veterans' Center, where nearly three dozen residents have died from the coronavirus and a...

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Resident Shoots, Kills Man He Says Was Stealing DJ Equipment From Trailer Parked on Philadelphia Street, Police SayA man shot and killed a man who he said has saw breaking into his trailer full of DJ equipment parked on a Philadelphia street early Wednesday, police said.

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Pennsylvania police search wooded area near Scranton for UConn senior suspected in two homicides, home invasion, kidnappingPeter Manfredonia, the UConn student suspected of killing two people and kidnapping a third before fleeing Connecticut, took an Uber to an East Stroudsburg, Pa.

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Pennsylvania latest target for COVID-19 unemployment scammersIndependent contractors, those who are self-employed and others making claims under the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance will see their payments delayed, state officials said.

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Police, Regulators Target Businesses Flouting Wolf's Coronavirus ShutdownPolice and state regulators are cracking down on a handful of Pennsylvania businesses that are supposed to remain shut down during the pandemic but have instead thrown open their doors.

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Pro sports can resume in Pennsylvania, without spectatorsProfessional sports can resume in Pennsylvania where the governor's stay-at-home order to stem the spread of the coronavirus is no longer in force, but without spectators, Gov.

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What's allowed in the green phase of Pennsylvania's reopening plan?WHP CBS 21 Harrisburg provides local news, weather, sports, community events and items of interest for Harrisburg Lancaster Lebanon York and nearby towns and communities in the greater Harrisburg area including, Hershey, Hummelstown, Palmyra, Jonestown, Annville, Gettysburg, East Berlin, New Oxford, Littlestown, Biglerville, New Cumberland,...

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Pa. mail ballots may come too late for some to vote in 2020 primary electionThe coronavirus pandemic is making every step of the vote-by-mail process take longer than usual.

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Pennsylvania man pleads guilty in university adminision scandalMay 27 - A former biotech executive from Pennsylvania has pleaded guilty to paying a Georgetown tennis coach more than $50,000 in exchange for recruiting his daughter as a sports athlete to gain her admission to the prestigious school.

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26 States, Including Pennsylvania, Reporting Cases Of Coronavirus-Related Inflammatory Syndrome In ChildrenThere have been 17 possible cases of coronavirus-related inflammatory syndrome in children in Pennsylvania.

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Pennsylvania Prepares Short-Term Budget Amid Virus UncertaintyLegislators in Harrisburg have prepared a no-new-taxes, short-term budget during the uncertainty during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Pennsylvania reopens despite gross mishandling of COVID-19 dataFigures released this week paint a horrific picture of the suffering and despair caused by the COVID-19 pandemic among the elderly and infirmed of Pennsylvania's nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, along with the staff who care for them.

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Cook Forest Fun Park Open for BusinessAlthough Cook Forest Fun Park is open for business, social distancing is a top priority.

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Senior Spotlight: Knox's Stiller to Attend Grove City College to Study Communications :: 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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Commissioners Relent, Will Discuss Contract for C-L Resource Officer :: exploreClarion.comClarion County Commissioners and the Clarion-Limestone School District agreed on Tuesday morning to sit down at the table to see if an agreement could be reached that would allow the continuation of a school resource officer.

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AAA: Gas Prices on the Rise in Pennsylvania as Demand Increases NationwideThe average price of gasoline across Western Pennsylvania is eight cents higher this week at $2.342 per gallon, according to AAA East Central's Gas Price Report.

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SPONSORED: Laurel Eye Clinic Taking Extra COVID-19 Safety PrecautionsLaurel Eye Clinic has taken extra COVID-19 safety precautions for their patients and staff.

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AAA: Gas Prices on the Rise in Pennsylvania as Demand Increases NationwideThe average price of gasoline across Western Pennsylvania is eight cents higher this week at $2.342 per gallon, according to AAA East Central's Gas Price Report.

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Photos: Memorial Day Ceremony in StrattanvillePhoto above and photos below by Sarah Kroh Photos below by Lesa Walters Photos below by Stacy Matthews Lambert.

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Facing Nearly $5 Billion Shortfall, Pa. Lawmakers Plan to Pass Short-Term BudgetHARRISBURG, Pa. — With the true financial fallout from the coronavirus still unknown, and the prospects for recovery uncertain, the Pennsylvania legislature is on track this week to approve a tempo...

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Clarion Man Accused of Threatening to Kill Woman, Harm Himself During Domestic DisputeCourt documents indicate the Clarion Borough Police Department filed criminal charges against 30-year-old Warren Lewis James Frey.

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Three-Year-Old Rimersburg Boy Tests Positive for MethamphetamineClarion-based State Police say a three-year-old child tested positive for methamphetamine in Sligo Borough. State police were notified on Saturday, May 23, of an incident of endangering the welfare of a child that reportedly occurred at a location on Bald Eagle Street,.

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Facing Nearly $5 Billion Shortfall, Pa. Lawmakers Plan to Pass Short-Term BudgetHARRISBURG, Pa. — With the true financial fallout from the coronavirus still unknown, and the prospects for recovery uncertain, the Pennsylvania legislature is on track this week to approve a temporary, five-month spending plan that does not raise taxes and keeps funding level for all state departme.

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Pickup Entering I-80 from Median Causes Two-Vehicle Crash in Monroe TownshipAccording to Clarion-based State Police, the accident occurred around 8:19 p.m. on Friday, May 22, on I-80, near mile marker 61.5, in Monroe Township, Clarion County.

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Birthday Wishes: Liam Turns One!A Birthday Wish, brought to you by The Haskell House. Happy First Birthday, Liam! Liam is the son of Mitchell and Amanda McDaniel.

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SPONSORED: Allegheny Grille to Resume Dine In on Friday, May 29Call for reservations. From now through Thursday, the restaurant will be open from 11:00 a.m.

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SPONSORED: J&J Feeds and Needs Welcomes Back J&J Trailers and Equipment Sales :: exploreClarion.comJ&J Trailers will be following social distancing guidelines in order to protect the well-being of their customers and employees.

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Clarion Man Who Attempted to Stab Neighbor, Then Shot Another Man With Pellet Rifle Waives HearingAccording to court documents, the following charges against 29-year-old Joel Lee Best Jr. were waived for court on Tuesday, May 26.

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Man Accused of Exposing Himself, Showing Nude Photos to 15-Year-Old Waives HearingA Reynoldsville man waived his hearing Tuesday on charges related to an incident in which he allegedly exposed his genitals to a 15-year-old girl, then show...

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Who's Hiring in Clarion CountyA look at which local companies are hiring in Clarion County and surrounding areas. Do you have a job listing that you'd like to include in this list?

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Clarion County Recycling Days Set for June 6 and October 17The event will run from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The public is advised that they must preregister electronics, household hazardous waste, and universal waste ite.

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SPONSORED: Allegheny Grille to Resume Dine In on Friday, May 29The Allegheny Grille will be opening on Friday, May 29, for dine in, call for reservations.

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One-Stop Voter Registration Information at VotesPA.com :: exploreClarion.comIn preparation for Pennsylvania's presidential primary election on June 2, Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar reminds Pennsylvanians they can find comprehensive voting information at votesPA.com.

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Wolf Administration, USDA Announce Sites for Children Summer Food ProgramsThe Pennsylvania Department of Education announced the sites where children can get free nutritious meals through the 2020 Summer Food Service Program.

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State Police Calls: Thefts, Harassment, Accident in Ashland Twp.Clarion-based State Police responded to the following calls:. Retail Theft in Monroe Township Police say around 4:30 p.m.

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State Police Calls: Harassment, Drug PossessionCO., Pa. - Area state police responded to the following calls.

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One-Stop Voter Registration Information at VotesPA.comIn preparation for Pennsylvania's presidential primary election on June 2, Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar reminds Pennsylvanians they can find comprehensive voting inform...

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Wolf Administration, USDA Announce Sites for Children Summer Food ProgramsThe Pennsylvania Department of Education announced the sites where children can get free nutritious meals through the 2020 Summer Food Service Program.

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Man Metal Detecting on Texas Beach Finds Couple's Lost RingA Texas man walking a beach with his metal detector came to the rescue of a distraught couple whose engagement ring was lost in the water.

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Man Lets Family Members Pick His Lottery Numbers, Wins $1MA North Carolina man who had family members choose his Powerball numbers for him ended up winning a $1 million jackpot.

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Jefferson County Recipe of the Day: Sweet Potato SoupA mild and flavorful comfort food!

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NJ Businesses Say They're Ready to Defy Gov. Murphy's Order, Open by June 1A Facebook page dedicated to reopening on June 1 has 5,600 members, and one owner said that reopening before the executive order allows has come as a last resort.

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Pennsylvania: 2 Bodies Discovered in Carbon County Home Amid Massive Multi-State ManhuntPolice in Carbon County, Pennsylvania are on the scene where two bodies were discovered in a home Tuesday afternoon.

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Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey Differ in Reopening Phases Amid PandemicNew Jersey, Delaware and Pennsylvania all have different restrictions in place in regards to reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Canada: Pennsylvania Court Decision Discusses Physical Damage Aspect Of COVID-19One of the biggest considerations with respect to whether COVID-19 related losses will be covered by business interruption insurance is whether those losses can be considered "physical loss" or "damage".

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Pennsylvania preps short-term budget amid coronavirus uncertaintyHARRISBURG — Pennsylvania state government began advancing a temporary, no-new-taxes budget plan Tuesday that maintains current spending levels while budget makers watch to see how badly coronavirus-related shutdowns damage tax collections and whether the federal government sends another aid package to states.

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Thomas Patrick FlanniganThomas Patrick Flannigan, 49, of Knox passed away at Tuesday, May 26, 2020. Born February 21, 1971, Tom was the son of the late Edward S. Flannigan and Catherine MacIntyre Flannigan Gruber.

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Pa. and N.J death counts from coronavirus are likely too lowAn Inquirer analysis suggests that the Pa. and N.J. death counts from coronavirus are undercounting fatalities.

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9-Year-Old Boy Shot and Killed Inside Philadelphia HomeA 9-year-old boy was shot and killed in Philadelphia's Germantown neighborhood Tuesday night.

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UConn senior suspected in two homicides vanished after taking Uber to Walmart in Pennsylvania; family, police plead with son to surrenderPeter Manfredonia, the UConn student suspected of killing two people and kidnapping a third before fleeing Connecticut, took an Uber to an East Stroudsburg, Pa.

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Coronavirus news: Pennsylvania swim clubs, day camps prepare to reopenFlourtown Swim Club will open June 5 with restrictions in place. They are following state, CDC and Pool and Camp Associations guidance.

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Police, regulators target businesses flouting Wolf shutdownPolice and state regulators are cracking down on a handful of Pennsylvania businesses that are supposed to remain shut down during the pandemic but have instead thrown open their doors.

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BU Wrestling earns 5th on All-Academic TeamBU Wrestling earns 5th on All-Academic Team On April 9, five Husky athletes from the wrestling squad were announced to have made the 2019-2020 Mid-American Conference.

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Pennsylvania's Largest Nurses' Union Meets With State Health Secretary About Lack Of Access To PPEThe Pennsylvania Association of Staff Nurses and Allied Professionals finally met with Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine.

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Steelers Linebacker Ryan Shazier Selling Pennsylvania Home for $2.95MWith his NFL career in serious doubt, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier has listed his home in Fox Chapel, PA, for $2.95 million.

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Montgomery County, Pa. sends voters wrong ballots for 2020 primaryPennsylvania counties have been struggling to run a smooth election this year, implementing a new election law and processing massive numbers of mail ballots.

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Pennsylvania Ballet Offering Virtual Classes To Allow Dancers To Live Out Ballerina Dreams During PandemicThe School of Pennsylvania Ballet has started teaching free lessons virtually through daily Zoom classes.

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Pennsylvania Approves Legislation Requiring Employers to Notify Separating Employees of Unemployment Compensation InformationPennsylvania legislation enacted on March 27, 2020, requires employers to provide all terminated, furloughed, or voluntarily separating employees with certain information related to unemployment compensation benefits.

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Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Thanks Pennsylvanians for Their PartWolf Thanks Pennsylvanians for Their Part to Slow the Spread of COVID-19, Centre County to Move to Green - As part of a COVID-19 briefing, Governor Tom Wolf today thanked Pennsylvanians, including the Pennsylvania National Guard, for the many contributions to the pandemic response.

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Police search for stolen car near UConn suspect's last known locationPolice said they are searching for a car that was stolen near the location they believe a Connecticut murder suspect was last seen.

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Pennsylvania man pleads guilty to paying bribe for daughter's admission to GeorgetownRobert Repella, 61, of Ambler, Pennsylvania, pleads guilty to paying bribe for daughter's admission to Georgetown.

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Peter Manfredonia CT: Pennsylvania vehicle stolen near last known location of Connecticut murder suspectA college student sought by police as a suspect in two slayings was looking for a third person, a young woman he knew, when he showed up in the rural Connecticut neighborhood where the first victim was killed, the victim's wife said Tuesday.

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Former Teacher Busted for Child Porn Sentenced Up to Ten Years in Prison

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Westinghouse Atom SmasherDiscover Westinghouse Atom Smasher in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: This icon of the Atomic Age now lays dormant.

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Dr. Levine: 9 confirmed reports of new child condition linked to COVID-19 in PennsylvaniaA new children's health condition linked to COVID-19 has now popped up in Pennsylvania, according to health officials.

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Can You Drop Off a Pa. Mail-In Ballot? It Depends Where You LiveAt least one county official is concerned that some mailed ballots won't arrive in time.

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Wife of Victim Says Suspect in 2 Conn. Murders Was Looking for NeighborA suspect in two slayings in Connecticut who was last spotted in Pennsylvania had gone to the neighborhood of the first victim because he was looking for a young woman he knew, the victim's wife said Tuesday.

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Allegheny River Trail: Foxburg to ParkerOn Monday, May 25th, we went for a bicycle ride on a portion of the Allegheny River Trail.

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New Construction Projects Can Begin in Philadelphia, Mayor Jim Kenney Orders in New COVID-19 RegulationExterior construction projects that received work permits or licenses on or after March 20 are now allowed, joining older projects that were given the green light to resume last month.

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Gov. Wolf Thanks Pennsylvanians for Doing Their Part to Slow the Spread of COVID-19As part of a COVID-19 briefing, Governor Tom Wolf today thanked Pennsylvanians, including the Pennsylvania National Guard, for the many contributions to the pandemic response.

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Camp Pinemere shuts for Summer 2020Friends, this is not an email that I ever wanted to send to you, your camper or your family.

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Photos: Grand Canyon of PennsylvaniaPhotos: Trump marks Memorial Day with wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.

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Pennsylvania man to plead guilty in college admissions scandalAP) - A Pennsylvania man has agreed to plead guilty to bribing Georgetown University's former tennis coach $50,000 to get his daughter admitted as a fake athletic recruit, federal prosecutors announced Tuesday.

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Levine: 451 New Coronavirus Cases Reported in Pa.The Department of Health confirmed 451 new Coronavirus cases have been reported as of noon, Tuesday, May 26, bringing the statewide total to 68,637.

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Gov. Wolf Thanks Pennsylvanians for Doing Their Part to Slow the Spread of COVID-19As part of a COVID-19 briefing, Governor Tom Wolf today thanked Pennsylvanians, including the Pennsylvania National Guard, for the many contributions to the pandemic respons...

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Your daily coronavirus update: As virus ebbs, Wolf touts increased testing and contact tracingSince early March, infections have been confirmed in more than 68,600 people in Pennsylvania.

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Camp Canadensis joins the ranks of Summer 2020 cancellationsDear Families, We deeply appreciate the patience and support you have shown us over these challenging months, which makes it only harder and with great sadness to let you know of our decision not to open camp this summer.

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Philly Allows In-Person Ordering at RestaurantsPhiladelphia will allow people to walk up to restaurants and food trucks and order food - as long as fewer than 10 people are in line.

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State lawmakers to vote on budget to keep Pennsylvania government running during pandemicWHP CBS 21 Harrisburg provides local news, weather, sports, community events and items of interest for Harrisburg Lancaster Lebanon York and nearby towns and communities in the greater Harrisburg area including, Hershey, Hummelstown, Palmyra, Jonestown, Annville, Gettysburg, East Berlin, New Oxford, Littlestown, Biglerville, New Cumberland,...

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Philly: Vote now by dropping your ballot into a special box at City HallApplications for mail-in voting are up 30x over the last presidential primary.

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Pennsylvania reports 13 new COVID-19 deathsHARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pennsylvania Department of Health on Tuesday reported 13 additional deaths linked to COVID-19, raising the statewide total to 5,152.

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UConn senior accused of killing two and abducting a woman in machete crime spree urged to turn himself inA photo has now been circulated of a person matching his description walking along railroad tracks in Pennsylvania.

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Dept. of Health confirms 451 new cases of COVID-19 in Pennsylvania, total cases over 68kThe Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed as of 12:00 a. m., May 26, that there are 451 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 68,637.

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Pennsylvania preps short-term budget amid virus uncertaintyHARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania state government is preparing a temporary no-new-taxes budget plan that maintains current spending levels while budget makers watch to see how badly tax collections are damaged by coronavirus-related shutdowns and whether the federal government sends another aid package to states.

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18 counties moving to green phase on Friday; Wolf thanks Pennsylvania'sGovernor Tom Wolf today offer his gratitute to Pennsylvanians, including the Pennsylvania National Guard, for the many contributions to the pandemic response.

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Pennsylvania's Largest Nurses' Union Meets With State Health Secretary About Lack Of Access To PPEThe Pennsylvania Association of Staff Nurses and Allied Professionals finally met with Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine.

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Steelers Linebacker Ryan Shazier Selling Pennsylvania Home for $2.95MWith his NFL career in serious doubt, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier has listed his home in Fox Chapel, PA, for $2.95 million.

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Pennsylvania bolsters traffic safety guidancePennsylvania State Police and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation personnel are encouraging motorists to adhere to traffic safety guidance amid counties advancing to the yellow phase of reopening.

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Pennsylvania Preps Short-term Budget Amid Virus UncertaintyPennsylvania state government began advancing a temporary, no-new-taxes budget plan Tuesday that maintains current spending levels while budget makers watch to see how badly coronavirus-related shutdowns damage tax collections and whether the federal government sends another aid package to states.

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Beverly J. CarusoCaruso passed away on May 24, 2020 at her home on Caruso Road of Brockway, PA.

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Pennsylvania man to plead guilty for $50G payment in 'Varsity Blues' scamA Pennsylvania man will plead guilty in federal court Tuesday to paying a Georgetown tennis coach more than $50,000 in exchange for attempting to recruit his daughter to the school's tennis team, feds said.

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Jason F. FaustJason F. Faust, 63, of Brockway passed away May 21, 2020 at UPMC Altoona surrounded by love from his family near and afar.

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Teresa Marusiak McMullenTeresa Marusiak McMullen, 61, died on Friday, May 22, 2020, at home peacefully with family by her side.

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State Police: 2-Year-Old Fatally Shot At Pennsylvania HomeThe child was taken to a hospital but died there a short time later.

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Senior Spotlight: Punxsy's Emma Wingert to Study Nursing at Saint FrancisWith 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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Michael Patrick PrzybrowskiMichael Patrick Przybrowski, 32, of Punxsutawney, passed away on Friday, May 22, 2020.

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Charles W. "Bill" Barrett"Bill" Barrett, 84, of Franklin, passed away on Sunday May 24, 2020 at The Caring Place in Franklin.

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Kenneth W. FerringerKenneth W. Ferringer, Jr., 58, of Licking Township, Sligo, was ecstatic to be reunited with his grandfather, Dart Ferringer, as he entered the gates of Heaven on Sunday morning, May 24, 2020.

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Pro Sports Can Resume in New Jersey as Governor Paves Way for Flyers, Sixers to Practice After Coronavirus Halted ActionThe Philadelphia Flyers and Philadelphia 76ers can return to their New Jersey practice facilities thanks to a lifting of coronavirus restrictions in New Jersey.

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Vance N. GriffinVance N. Griffin, 84, of Grove City went home to be with the Lord following a courageous battle with Cancer on Sunday, May 24, 2020.

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Maxine Mae ShowersMaxine Mae Showers, 90, of Franklin, passed away peacefully at her home on Saturday, May 23, 2020.

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Ricky A. LingenfelterRicky A. Lingenfelter, 60, of Mahaffey, passed away Friday May 22, 2020 at his home.

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John L. BuckJohn L. Buck, 50, of Cherry Run Road, Rouseville, PA, died on Friday May 22, 2020, at his home following an extended illness.

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Priscilla J. MuthPriscilla J. Muth, 67, of Reynoldsville, PA died Saturday, May 23, 2020 at Select Specialty Hospital in Latrobe, PA.

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Jack S. HarrisJack S. Harris, 89, of DuBois, PA died Saturday, May 23, 2020 at his home.

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Peggy Lou ShafferShaffer, 84, passed away peacefully in the comfort of her own home surrounded by her loving family and devoted cat, Mitzi on May 23, 2020.

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J. Ronald "Flash" HeasleyRonald "Flash" Heasley, 81, of Leeper, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 23, 2020 at his residence.

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Michael A. "Rak" Rakovan"Rak" Rakovan, 61, of Summit St. Brookville, PA passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family after a lengthy battle with cancer.

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Pennsylvania farmers can now apply for financial assistance through new USDA programAgricultural producers in Pennsylvania can now apply for the USDA's Coronavirus Food Assistance Program , which provides direct payments to offset impacts from the ongoing pandemic.

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Montgomery County, Pa. sues to extend mail ballot deadline for 2020 primaryCounty elections officials are seeking a one-week extension of the mail ballot deadlines for voters.

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Philly school families get pandemic cash bonus for food, so those who don't need it plan donation driveSince the entire city district usually gets free lunch, P-EBT cards go to everyone.

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Pennsylvania struggles to keep pace with fracking monitoringPlagued for decades with reliability issues, Block Island wants to continue its energy transformation with an efficiency program added to its interconnection to the mainland and a nearby offshore wind farm.

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Featured Local Job: Diesel TechnicianBauer Truck Repair is looking for a full-time Diesel Technician. Applicants must be reliable and have proven experience as a Diesel Technician.

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Penn Law's key role in Pennsylvania 30 Day Fund for small businessesPenn Law and Wharton MBA students put their new skills to practice to help draft the Pennsylvania 30 Day Fund, which allocates forgivable loans to small businesses impacted by the pandemic's economic downturn.

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Senior Spotlight: Rimersburg's Mueller-Howell to Attend WestminsterWith 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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Deadline Tuesday to apply for mail-in ballots for Pennsylvania primary electionThe deadline for the ballot to be returned to your county board of elections is 8 p.m.

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New Jersey man dies after shooting at Pennsylvania hotelFALLS — A New Jersey man who was shot during a disturbance at a hotel in Pennsylvania has died from his wounds, authorities said.

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Thousands of Pennsylvania voters might not get their mail ballots in time to actually voteTens of thousands of Pennsylvania voters have been applying for mail ballots every day leading up to Tuesday's deadline.

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Pennsylvania Preps Short-Term Budget Amid Virus UncertaintyPennsylvania state government is preparing a temporary no-new-taxes budget plan that maintains current spending levels while budget makers watch to see how badly tax collections are damaged by coronavirus-related shutdowns and whether the federal government sends another aid package to states.

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68,637 cases of COVID-19 in PennsylvaniaThe Pennsylvania Department of Health says there are now 68,637 cases of coronavirus in the state.

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Pennsylvania gyms push to reopen in yellow phase as lawmakers consider billIn the yellow phase of Governor Wolf's plan, gyms and fitness centers remain closed. Today, members of the House will meet to address House Bill 2539, which aims at getting those facilities up and running while in the yellow.

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Gov. Wolf pushes for raising minimum wage as part of Pennsylvania's pandemic recovery planThis morning Governor Tom Wolf is releasing a plan to help Pennsylvania residents recover from the pandemic.

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Nuclear deregulation threatens workers at Pennsylvania plants and nationwideWorkers at the Limerick nuclear plant and beyond are scared that new rules, supposedly meant to encourage social distancing, will instead cause harm.

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Pennsylvania continues to 'trend downward' with 451 new coronavirus cases, 13 more deathsPennsylvania on Tuesday reported 13 more covid-19 deaths and 451 additional cases, according to the state Department of Health.

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Why Smartphones Are Digital Truth SerumReal Time Lead Gen 150 E 10th St Bloomsburg, PA 17815 316-4775. Why Smartphones Are Digital Truth Serum Consumers are more willing to disclose personal information when they receive ads on their mobile phones rather than PCs.

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