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Verna L. HoffmanVerna L. Hoffman, age 77, passed away on August 13, 2020, after a sudden illness.

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President Trump Visiting Pennsylvania During Democratic National ConventionPresident Trump is planning to come to Pennsylvania during the Democratic National Convention.

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Judge Orders Trump Campaign To Produce Evidence Of Voter Fraud In PennsylvaniaA federal judge in Pennsylvania told the Trump campaign and the Republican Party that they must produce evidence they have of vote-by-mail fraud in the state by Friday.

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Mike Pence says Trump added thousands of Pennsylvania manufacturing jobs: Fact checkPennsylvania's manufacturing sector grew after Trump took office. But it cratered like the rest of the economy when the coronavirus pandemic struck.

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Large crowds taking toll on Pennsylvania state parksIn the late 1800s, Ohiopyle State Parks 100-acre Ferncliff Peninsula was home to a boardwalk, bowling alley and hotel along the Youghiogheny River.

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8K Gallons of Drilling Fluid From Controversial Mariner East Pipeline Project Leak Into Chester County LakeLocal politicians and residents are once again calling for the end of the controversial Mariner East pipeline project after thousands of gallons of drilling fluid leaked into a Chester County lake.

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Police Officials Ask Philadelphia Residents to Turn in Unwanted GunsAs the number of shootings and shooting homicides continues to increase in Philadelphia, city leaders and police are asking people to check their homes for guns and surrender them anonymously.

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Man Accused of Shooting 6 Philly Police Officers to Stay Jailed Until TrialA man accused of shooting six police officers during an hourslong standoff last year in North Philadelphia will remain in jail as he awaits trial, a judge ruled.

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Pennsylvania and Ohio: How do their coronavirus restrictions compare?While restaurants in Pennsylvania are operating at 25% capacity, restaurants in Ohio at allowed have 50% occupancy.

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Judge orders Trump campaign to produce evidence of voter fraud in PennsylvaniaCNN)A federal judge in Pennsylvania told the Trump campaign and the Republican Party that they must produce evidence they have of vote-by-mail fraud in the state by Friday.

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Nearly 1,000 new virus cases in Pa., but trends show dropHARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania reported nearly 1,000 new virus cases and another 24 new coronavirus-related deaths on Thursday, bringing the state's total to more than 122,000 Pennsylvanians infected and more than 7,400 dead.

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Feds: Convict Sought Dark-Web Hitman to Kill Victim in His Child Porn CaseA New Jersey man previously convicted of a child sex crime is facing new charges: that he tried to hire a hitman online to kill the teenage victim in his case.

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Wise Opts Out Of Knoxville, Heading To PennsylvaniaANGOLA, Ind. — This weekend's The One and Only at Knoxville. Raceway will go on, but without one of sprint car racing's rising young talents.

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At What AMC Theatres in the Philadelphia Area Can You See a Movie Again Starting Next Week?Movie theaters have been one of the notable public places that have remained closed in the Philadelphia area throughout the coronavirus outbreak.

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Fairmount Park gets a drive-in showing free movies outside the MannThe pop-up theater will run for six weeks, and there'll be food trucks on site.

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Surrogates for Both Biden and Trump Campaigns Talk Up Candidates in Pa.A group of Democratic congresswomen from the Philadelphia region heralded Joe Biden while Donald Trump Jr. was expected in the Lehigh Valley later Thursday to rally for his father.

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Wolf and Lt. Gov. Fetterman Announce Pennsylvania COVID-19 Response Task Force for Health Disparity ReportIn mid-April, Governor Tom Wolf and Lt. Governor John Fetterman announced the creation of a COVID-19 Response Task Force for Health Disparity to help communicate issues about how the pandemic is affecting the state's minority and marginalized populations.

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Drive-in movie theater at Philly's Navy Yard will operate daily from August through OctoberThe Philadelphia Film Society's drive-in movie theater will be open from August through October, culminating with screenings of selections from the 29th Philadelphia Film Festival.

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Pa. Dept. of Health: One New COVID-19 Case Reported in Jefferson County, 991 New Cases Reported StatewideHARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed as of 12:00 a.m., August 13, that there are 991 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 122,12...

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Governor Wolf Announces 2020 PHARE Funding to Support Affordable Housing Across PennsylvaniaGovernor Tom Wolf today announced recipients of a new round of funding for housing programs made available through the Pennsylvania Housing Affordability and Rehabilitation Enhancement fund.

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Pa. Health Dept. Announces 991 More Coronavirus Cases, Statewide Case Count Now 122,121The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 991 new cases of Coronavirus on Thursday and 24 additional deaths.

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How the Pennsylvania state system aims to make higher ed more affordableThe pandemic brought a number of challenges to the forefront, and we need to address them, ” said Sharon Minnich, Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance at Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education, explaining that there are a lot of uncertainties about the return to campus.

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Letters from War  On the train to Camp Shelby, Mississippi in May 1943Irvin Schwartz and five hundred other young American boys shook and rattled their way across America from New Cumberland, Pennsylvania to Camp Shelby, Mississippi in May 1943.

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Pennsylvania Borough Seeks Storm Water Overflow ImprovementsAspinwall, Pennsylvania is seeking to make improvements to a section of Alley A to help reduce storm water overflow.

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Woman Now Faces Murder Charges in Death of Teen Mom Found in Her South Philadelphia HomeA woman has been charged with murder in the death of a teenager whose body was found in the basement of her Philadelphia home earlier this year.

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Pine Township man recognized as 'Big of the Year' for Pennsylvania by Big Brothers Big SistersBrady Smith concedes that his description of family life while growing up in southern New Jersey may seem overly idyllic to some people.

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Updated analysis strengthens the case for Pennsylvania's cap on power sector emissionsThis post was co-authored by Drew Stilson, Senior Analyst, U.S. Climate Policy at EDF In an update to a previous analysis from EDF and M.J. Bradley and Associates, our latest modeling shows significant environmental benefits stemming from Pennsylvania's proposed plan to cap power sector carbon.

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Pennsylvania representatives urge extension of relief fundsA group of five Pennsylvania lawmakers recently urged House leadership to extend the deadline for Coronavirus Relief Funds for an additional year.

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Penn State Students Must Sign a Coronavirus Waiver, Could Be Required to Take Test Before Returning to CampusPenn State students must sign a waiver acknowledging the health dangers of coronavirus and could be asked to get a COVID-19 test prior to coming to campus for...

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Marian Anderson defended civil rights, broke racial barriers, defied the NazisWater damage atop pandemic slowdowns have the historical society searching for a savior.

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Atlantic City Casinos, New Jersey Tracks Win $264M in July After Coronavirus ReopeningAtlantic City’s casinos and New Jersey horse tracks won $264.5 million in July after reopening amid the coronavirus outbreak, a figure that was down nearly 21% from a year ago, but one the gambling houses will gladly take after months of inactivity.Â.

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Debra K. Deb YoderDeb” Yoder, 61, of Punxsutawney, passed away on Saturday, August 8, 2020, at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh.

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Larry Jay PentzLarry J. Pentz, 57, DuBois, passed away Sunday, August 9, 2020, as the result of a motorcycle accident.

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Dakota J. AllenDakota J. Allen, age 21, of Altoona, PA, formerly of DuBois, PA, died Monday, August 10, 2020.

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'Would you like a mask? ' SEPTA's social distancing coaches are getting a pretty good responseNot everyone complies, but many riders are grateful.

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Pennsylvania troop builds museum in meeting place for its Scouting memorabiliaThis troop had nearly 90 years of awards and records to display in its Scout room.

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Pennsylvania posts near-1,000 covid-19 case increase, largest thus far in AugustPennsylvania reported 991 new covid-19 cases Thursday, according to the state Department of Health. The new coronavirus cases mark the largest increase thus far in August and bring the case total to 122,121 in the state.

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Where are Pennsylvania's 122,121 coronavirus cases? Aug. 13 map, county-by-county breakdown13, 2020, the Pa. Department of Health reports that there are 122,121 confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 in Pennsylvania.

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The Newest Pennsylvania Online Casino Doesn't Even Have A Physical Casino YetThe newest Pennsylvania online casino began its soft-launch testing phase this week. PlayLive! rolled out with limited hours and little fanfare, but a full launch should be coming soon.

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Pennsylvania faces $424 million gaming tax deficitA casino shutdown of over three months cost Pennsylvania brick-and-mortar casino operators $968.8 million in operating revenue, equating to approximately $424 million in gaming taxes, according to the Allegheny Institute.

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Terry Lee DruppTerry Lee Drupp Friday, July 10, 2020, in the Donnell House of Washington. He was born March 6, 1954, in Hershey, to Charles and Dorothy Drupp.

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A quarter of Pennsylvania renters can't pay rentThe current crisis combined with deeper issues is leaving households increasingly vulnerable.

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Wolf Administration: Watch Out For Coronavirus Contact Tracing ScamsThe Wolf administration is warning Pennsylvanians about coronavirus contact tracing scams.

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Gov. Tom Wolf Warns Pennsylvania Residents Of Contact Tracing ScamsScammers are calling Pennsylvanians posing as contact tracers and asking for personal information.

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Pennsylvania Attorney General Says Brighton Rehab Part Of Criminal InvestigationBright Rehab is being investigated as part of a criminal investigation into negligence during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Pa.

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Pennsylvania Makes Online Ballot Application Available In SpanishOnline ballot applications in Pennsylvania are now available in Spanish.

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Pennsylvania restaurant owners plan ‘revolution' against Dem governor's coronavirus limits: reportSome restaurant and tavern owners in western Pennsylvania say they're not happy with Democrat Gov.

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Inside some Pennsylvania rehabs, ‘it's like COVID doesn't exist'Spotlight PA is an independent, non-partisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive/The Patriot-News and Triblive / Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

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Pa. Department of Health Offers Mask Wearing TipsHARRISBURG, Pa.  The Pennsylvania Department of Health has offered a number of tips related to the wearing of masks under the current Universal Face Coverings Order.

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

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SPONSORED: Contactless Thermometers Available at Riverhill Battery WarehouseSHIPPENVILLE, Pa. – Riverhill Battery Warehouse, located in Shippenville, is currently offering no-contact thermometers in an effort to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

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Punxsy Woman Faces Charges for Tampering With Childs MedicationPUNXSUTAWNEY BOROUGH, Pa.  Charges have been filed against a Punxsutawney woman who allegedly tampered with her childs medication.

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Department of Agriculture Releases COVID-19 Restaurant Enforcement Actions, One Restaurant in Jefferson County InspectedHARRISBURG, Pa. – On Wednesday, the Department of Agriculture released data related to COVID-19 restaurant enforcement actions from August 3 through August 9, 2020.

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State Police Investigating Canoe Township Break-InCANOE TWP., Pa.

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Man Accused of Spitting on Another Man at McDonalds in Brookville Waives HearingBROOKVILLE, Pa.  A man who allegedly yelled obscenities and spit in the face of another man at the McDonalds in Brookville waived his hearing in court on Tuesday.

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Charges Against Brookville Woman Accused of Forging Checks WithdrawnBROOKVILLE BOROUGH, Pa.  The charges against a Brookville woman who was accused of forging and cashing two checks have been withdrawn.

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Wolf Administration Reminds Pennsylvanians of Importance of Contact Tracing, Advises of Possible ScamsHARRISBURG, Pa.  The Pennsylvania departments of Health and Aging recently warned Pennsylvanians about contact tracing scams and emphasized the need to stay alert as COVID-19 remains a threa...

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State Police Calls: DUIs, Drug Possession, Reckless Endangerment, Possession of Drug ParaphernaliaJEFFERSON CO., Pa.  Punxsutawney-based State Police responded to the following calls.

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- Rick's Racing Roundup: Clear Weather Brings Big Weekend of RacingFor the first time in several weeks, the weather cooperated with area race tracks, which meant plenty of racing action over the weekend.

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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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Tennessee Woman's Driver's License Bears Photo of Empty ChairTn.  A Tennessee woman was left stunned after she received her drivers license with an empty chair in the place of her photo.

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Jefferson County Recipe of the Day: Summer Squash Side Dish CasseroleUse this fun recipe to take full advantage of the delicious summer squash!

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Claytoonz: Its KamalaAn editorial cartoon by Clay Jones: Its Kamala.

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Pharmacy Exec Pleads Guilty in $50M Drug Fraud Scam Targeting NJ's Public WorkersThe pharmaceutical CEO admitted her role in a scam in which public-sector employees in New Jersey were recruited to get expensive specialty prescriptions they didn’t need and hadn’t been prescribed.

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A quarter of Pennsylvania renters can't pay rentAccording to Census Pulse data, about 17% of Pennsylvania renters missed rent in June, and a quarter had little or no confidence that they could pay rent in July.

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Pennsylvania man confesses to killing both mothers of his children, police sayA Pennsylvania man is facing murder charges in the deaths of two women with whom he had fathered children.

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Pennsylvania Attorney General Says Brighton Rehab Part Of Criminal InvestigationBright Rehab is being investigated as part of a criminal investigation into negligence during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Pa.

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Pennsylvania: OraSure to increase coronavirus testing capabilities, bring new jobs to Lehigh ValleyGovernor Tom Wolf announced that OraSure Technologies Inc. headquartered in Northampton County, will expand its manufacturing operations in the Lehigh Valley, creating 177 new, full-time jobs and retaining 233 jobs.

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Pennsylvania Lawmakers Meet To Solve Problems With Unemployment BenefitsLawmakers in Pennsylvania met to solve the state's problem with unemployment benefits.

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Widower of Philly Officer Accused of Collecting Death Benefits After RemarryingThe widower of a Philadelphia police officer allegedly fraudulently collected hundreds of thousands of dollars in Pennsylvania workers compensation benefits despite getting remarried.

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Lucky Elk Hunters in Pennsylvania to be Announced SaturdayHARRISBURG, PA — While the 2020 Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Elk Expo has been canceled due to COVID-19, hunters still can go online Aug.

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Jay McDougle biography: 13 things about George Floyd reenactor from Hanover, PennsylvaniaJay Randolph McDougle is an Italian-American man from Hanover, Pennsylvania, United States. Here are 13 more facts about him: He loves guitars and tattoos.

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Jimmy Ellis keeps it steady to win Pennsylvania Open at OakmontJimmy Ellis took several different approaches to winning the Pennsylvania Open at Oakmont Country Club, mainly because he said hes not as good as...

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Inside some Pennsylvania rehabs, ‘it's like COVID doesn't exist'Focused on Pennsylvania's public policies, politics and statewide issues.

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Pennsylvania Manufacturing Company To Pay $824,314 To OFAC After Self-Appointing Two MonitorsOn July 28, 2020, a Pennsylvania-based cookware coating manufacturer agreed to pay a $824,314 penalty to the U.S. Department of Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control to settle claims that it violated OFAC's Iranian Transactions and Sanctions Regulations.

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Masks Are Now MANDATED in All Pennsylvania Restaurants: Gov. WolfAfter Pennsylvanians lodged a complaint with health officials from Aug. 3 through Aug. 9, restaurants are now required to mandate all customers wear masks, adhere to social distancing and other guidelines to prevent the spread of coronavirus, Your Content has learned.

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State Police Searching For 13-Year-Old Alexa SeabergPennsylvania State Police are missing for a missing 13-year-old girl from Illinois who ran away from her grandmother's home in Cambria County.

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Zoe Ryan to lead University of Pennsylvania's Institute of Contemporary ArtStarting November 5, Zoë Ryan will be the new Daniel W. Dietrich, II Director of the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.

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Featured Local Job: Delivery Truck DriverOchs Building Supply, Inc. in Lucinda is hiring a Truck Driver.

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A battle of Two Pennsylvania countiesDuring his six full terms representing Delaware in the U.S. Senate, Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, was often regarded as Pennsylvanias third U.S. senator.

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Pittsburgh Photographer Anita Buzzy-prentiss Makes History As She Captures Real Faces And Stories Under Quarantine During The First Two Months Of The Black and gold are colors of protection during crises and personal transformation. Photo Credit: Anita Buzzy-Prentiss PORCHRAITS When Anita Buzzy-Prentiss asked me to be a part of her Porchtraits project during the first two months of the COVID-19 pandemic to highlight the homes and hearts of Pittsburgh I knew this was the Universe's way of&.

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Causes for Philadelphia's Rising Gun Violence? COVID-19 Pandemic Hindering PreventionGun violence is skyrocketing in Philadelphia in 2020, with aggravated assaults with a gun and homicides up more than 25%, in contrast to dips in other violent crimes.

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Pennsylvania Lawmakers Meet To Solve Problems With Unemployment BenefitsIndiana school district providing dozens of Wi-Fi buses for students without internet.

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Pennsylvania Fugitive Arrested in Lowndes CountyU.S. Marshals and Lowndes County deputies arrested 17-year-old Mason Galbraith Tuesday afternoon.

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Trump Campaign Adviser a€˜Won't Apologize' for Misgendering Trans Pa. Health OfficialTrump campaign adviser Jenna Ellis intentionally misgendered Pennsylvania Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine, a transgender woman, on Twitter early Monday morning, NBC News reported.

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Pa. Dept. of Health: One New COVID-19 Case Reported in Jefferson County, 849 New Cases Reported StatewideHARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed as of 12:00 a.m., August 12, that there are 849 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 121,13...

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VIDEO: Philly fans talk sports in the time of coronavirusWe found fans all along the spectrum, with opinions that ranged from frustrated and angry - at the virus, the coaches, the government - to excited and thrilled, about potential championship runs, the resilience of players, NS the opportunity to have at least a little dose of normal thanks to games finally being back on broadcast.

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Analysis shows Pennsylvania has second-most coronavirus restrictions among statesFor several months, a debate has raged in Pennsylvania between Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and the Republican majorities in the state Legislature over whether the administration's coronavirus restrictions are appropriate or too restrictive.

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Pennsylvania reports 849 new coronavirus cases, 33 deathsPennsylvania remained in triple digits for new coronavirus cases on Wednesday  as it has so far in all of August.

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Pennsylvania ventilator data provides new insight into COVID-19 health outcomesAt the start of the pandemic in Pennsylvania, health officials were carefully monitoring ventilator use, worried about potential shortages of the life-saving machines.

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Pa. Health Dept. Announces 849 More Coronavirus Cases, Statewide Case Count Now Over 121,000The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 849 new cases of Coronavirus on Wednesday and 33 additional deaths.

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Coronavirus Spread Slowing Slightly in New Jersey as Schools Get Go Ahead to OpenNoting local control of schools districts, Gov. Phil Murphy is allowing schools to open in-person, virtually or a combination of both this school year as the spread of COVID-19 continues.

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Vireo and Jushi $37M Deal Over Pennsylvania Facility ClosesCannabis and hemp company Jushi Holdings Inc. has finalized a previously announced purchase of Vireo Health International Inc.'s.

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Featured Local Job: Ship Loose Material CoordinatorPennwest Homes is in search of a person that can create the items list and oversee the loading of the ship loose materials.

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Cognosante Wins Contract from Pennsylvania Health Insurance Exchange AuthorityThe Pennsylvania Health Insurance Exchange Authority has awarded Cognosante a contract to provide its Exchange Assister and Navigator services in support of the commonwealth’s state-based health insurance marketplace.

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NJ Supreme Court Rejects GOP Challenge to Emergency COVID Bond LawThe New Jersey Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the state's authority to sell nearly $10 billion in bonds to fill a COVID-created fiscal hole, finding that the pandemic created the kind of emergency the state's constitution envisioned.

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New Jersey Schools Could Be All Virtual This FallGovernor Phil Murphy is expected to make an announcement that would give school districts an all-virtual option.

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A Grist MillChester County is blessed with many creeks that flow through the county and empty into the Delaware River.

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Pennsylvania ventilator data provides new insight into COVID-19 health outcomesAt the start of the pandemic in Pennsylvania, health officials were carefully monitoring ventilator use, worried about potential shortages of the life-saving machines.

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South Philly Columbus Statue to Be Stored, Permanent Future in the AirA Christopher Columbus statue in South Philadelphia that has been the site of clashes will be placed in temporary storage, with the city tasked with finding it another home on private property.

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Pennsylvania Man Allegedly Confesses to Killing 2 WomenDavone Anderson allegedly said that he killed one woman he believed was cheating on him, and the other woman because she knew about the first slaying.

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Philly's oldest doggie daycare is in danger of closing foreverThe Philly Dog School got a PPP loan — but it's gone, and revenues haven't rebounded.

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Red Bulls II drop results to Pennsylvania sidesLosses to Philadelphia reserves and Pittsburgh leave Baby Bulls trailing in group play.

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Flash Flooding Threat as More Storms Expected in Drenched Philadelphia RegionSlow-moving storms are expected to create dangerous flash flooding over much of the Philadelphia region Wednesday afternoon into the evening.

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Explore Late Summer Eats and Entertainment in the US Mid-AtlanticIf you are like us, you have had cute local destinations pinned in your social, intending that one weekend you would drive to check them out.

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KU to Offer Free Online Course to Pennsylvania RetireesKutztown, PA — Kutztown Universitys Advant*Age Program offers retired Pennsylvania residents, 62 and older, free tuition to online college-level courses.

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SAP BrandVoice: How Pennsylvania State System Aims To Make Higher Education More Affordable"Student success is our number one priority," said Sharon Minnich, Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance at Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education.

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PIAA tells Gov. Wolf a ban on Pennsylvania fall sports won't eliminate youth coronavirus risk, it will just shift it elsewhereThe Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association thinks organized fall school sports should go ahead during the coronavirus pandemic because youth are going to play anyway, and school oversight might provide the safest framework.

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Trump-aligned super PAC highlights Biden-Harris opposition to fracking in PennsylvaniaA Trump-boosting super PAC is launching new adverts in Pennsylvania to highlight Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's opposition to fracking.

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Pa. ventilator data provides new insight into COVID-19 health outcomesNearly 47,000 Pennsylvania residents who were hospitalized for respiratory issues in 2019 required the use of a mechanical ventilator, data that provides a "good baseline" for understanding COVID-19 hospitalizations, according to a state health care group.

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Mayor Bill Peduto Joins With Fellow Pennsylvania Mayors Calling For Federal AidMayors across the commonwealth of Pennsylvania are calling on Congress to provide federal aid to offset potential cuts and deficits.

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New Jersey Teachers Call on Gov. Murphy to Keep Remote Learning for FallNew Jersey teachers are asking Gov. Phil Murphy to keep remote learning for the upcoming fall semester until it is completely safe for students to return to...

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Pennsylvania Man Allegedly Confesses to Murdering Both Mothers of His ChildrenCarlisle Police Department Davone Anderson allegedly said that he killed one woman he believed was cheating on him, and the other woman because she knew about the first slaying.

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Public Record or Trade Secret? Battle Over Number of Liquor Licenses Could Go to Pa. High CourtHARRISBURG, Pa. — What began as a simple request for information about liquor licenses in Pennsylvania has turned into a protracted court battle pitting the public’s right to government records aga...

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Featured Local Job: Home Meal Delivery DriversThe Nutrition Group is now hiring part-time Home Meal Delivery Drivers for Clarion / Rimersburg areas.

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Charges Filed Against Punxsy Woman Accused of Choking, Punching JuvenilePUNXSUTAWNEY BOROUGH, Pa.  A Punxsutawney woman is facing criminal charges after she allegedly choked a juvenile and punched him in the face multiple times over the last few years.

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AAA: Western PA Gas Prices Rise Slightly; National Average Not Swayed by HurricaneJEFFERSON CO., Pa.  The average price of gasoline across Western Pennsylvania increased three cents this week to $2.464 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report.

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13-Year-Old Brookville Boy Accused of Stealing Money from Cars at High SchoolBROOKVILLE BOROUGH, Pa.  Police say a juvenile has been charged following an investigation into several thefts.

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Cases Move Forward Against Summerville Residents Accused of Stealing Over $110K From Elderly WomanJEFFERSON CO., Pa. – The cases against two Summerville residents accused of the theft of over $110,000.00 from an elderly woman who is now deceased moved forward in court on Tuesday.

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Charges Against Man Accused of Stealing Knives from Sportsmans Club WithdrawnWARSAW TWP., Pa.  The charges against a Jefferson County man who was accused of stealing items from the Warsaw Sportsmans Club have been withdrawn.

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SPONSORED: Wanango Country Club to Host Down with Thanos Benefit EventRENO, Pa. – Join Wanango Country Club on Saturday, August 15th from 6:00 p.m.  9:00 p.m.

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Dancers Studio to Host Open House TomorrowCLARION, Pa. – Dancer’s Studio Performing Arts Center Open House will be held on Thursday, August 13.

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Retesting for COVID-19: UPMC Shares its ExperiencePITTSBURGH, Pa. – In the first large, multicenter analysis of its kind, the 40-hospital UPMC health system recently reported its findings on clinician-directed retesting of patients for presence of...

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Wolf Administration: Medical Device Company OraSure Expansion to Increase COVID-19 Testing Capabilities, Bring New JobsHARRISBURG, Pa.  Governor Tom Wolf announced that OraSure Technologies Inc., a developer and manufacturer of rapid diagnostic tests, collection and stabilization devices headquartered in Nor...

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State Police Calls: DUI, CrashJEFFERSON CO., Pa.  Punxsutawney-based State Police responded to the following calls.

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Lucky Elk Hunters to Be Announced Saturday on LivestreamHARRISBURG, Pa.  While the 2020 Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Elk Expo has been canceled due to COVID-19, hunters still can go online Aug.

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GANT: Legislation Unveiled Regarding Sports, Extracurricular Activities and Educational Opportunities for Upcoming School YearHARRISBURG, Pa. – On Tuesday, Reps. Mike Reese and Jesse Topper joined together to unveil two pieces of legislation that will impact spo...

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Say What? !JAPAN  An escaped goat has become a local celebrity in a Japanese city after fleeing his owner and taking up residence next to railroad tracks.

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Jefferson County Recipe of the Day: Garlic-Herb Bagel SpreadThis garlic-herb spread will add so much flavor to any bagel!

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Comically Incorrect: Lifesaver in ChiefAn editorial cartoon by A.F. Branco: Lifesaver in Chief.

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Pennsylvania Democrats Enthusiastic About Joe Biden Picking Kamala Harris As Running MateJoe Biden naming California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate received rave reviews from Pittsburgh-area Democratic leaders.

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Sebastianelli in Pennsylvania OpenAnthony Sebastianelli of Clarks Summit was tied for 34th after one round of the 104th Pennsylvania Open Championship at Oakmont Country Club.

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A 1940s Diner That Has Traveled Across Southwestern Pennsylvania Is Now For Sale On eBayA 1940s diner in Butler County is for sale and in need of a new home.

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Bill Cosby files appeal in Pennsylvania Supreme Court, asking for a new assault trialDisgraced actor Bill Cosby's attorney argued that his trial was unfair.

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Costly COVID-19 mistakes: Pennsylvania nursing homes in midst of second wave of COVID-19Editor's Note: COVID-19 killed tens of thousands in the Northeast, caused massive unemployment and wrecked the economy.

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Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman endorses Joe Waltz for 76th House DistrictMy campaign for the 76th District is focused on the people, and Lieutenant Governor Fetterman has shown through his various listening tours across the state that he too is concerned about hearing from all the people, ” said Waltz.

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Three share lead after two rounds of Pennsylvania OpenJimmy Ellis, an amateur from Hickory Heights Golf Cub, is one of three players tied for the 36-hole lead of the Pennsylvania Open at Oakmont Country Club.

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Pitt Researcher: Pennsylvania Still Needs To Do Better When Reporting Race, Ethnicity For Coronavirus DeathsProgress has been made, but there's work to go. That's the message from researchers who said Pennsylvania is one of many states that needs to do better when it comes to reporting race and ethnicity for COVID-19 deaths.

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Pennsylvania considers allowing utilities to resume shutting off nonpaying customersThe PUC has been unable to agree on when to allow utilities to resume terminating non-paying customers.

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Esther Smith MercatorisEsther Smith Mercatoris, 88, passed away peacefully at Laurelbrooke Landing in Brookville, PA, on August 5, 2020.

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Council Votes to Revoke License of Bellmawr Gym That Defied New Jersey Coronavirus Closure OrderCouncilmembers voted to revoke the business license of a defiant gym in Bellmawr, New Jersey, that ignored multiple orders to close amid the coronavirus...

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DEP investigating spill at the Marine East 2 Pipeline site in Chester CountyThe Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is investigating a spill at the Marine East 2 Pipeline site near the Marsh Creek State Park in Chester County, Pennsylvania.

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A Battle of Two Pennsylvania CountiesDuring his six full terms representing Delaware in the U.S. Senate, Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, was often regarded as Pennsylvania's third U.S. senator.

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'What's Happening Mayor? ' Snoop Dogg Says He Wants to Invest in Atlantic City in Surprise FaceTime CallHip hop legend Snoop Dogg surprised Atlantic City's mayor with an unexpected FaceTime call and expressed interest in investing in the New Jersey resort city.

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Rise in Babesiosis Cases, Pennsylvania, USA, 2005-2018In light of the emergence of babesiosis in the state of Pennsylvania, clinicians should be aware of the signs and symptoms of this zoonotic disease.

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Pennsylvania mayors appeal to Congress for federal aidMayors in Pennsylvania are challenging the state's members of Congress to help them get direct budget aid from the federal government, warning that cities of all sizes face steep deficits and deep service cuts as a result of the coronavirus' impact on the economy.

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Mayor Peduto Meets With Other Pa. City Leaders, Talks Toll Pandemic Is Taking On EconomyThe Pennsylvania Municipal League is talking about the economic effects the coronavirus pandemic has on the state's municipalities.

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UPenn just rolled back return-to-campus plans and is dropping its planned bump in tuition, as more schools reconsider in-person classesThe news comes as colleges across the country grapple with how to safely bring students back to campus this fall amid the pandemic.

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Analysis shows Pennsylvania has 2nd-most coronavirus restrictions among U.S. statesThe Center Square)  For several months, a debate has raged in Pennsylvania between Democratic Gov.

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University of Pennsylvania Tells Students to Stay Home, Away From Philadelphia Campus Amid Coronavirus; Offers Tuition CutsThe University of Pennsylvania is telling students to mostly stay away from campus this fall as the Philadelphia university won't be offering most...

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University Of Pennsylvania Announces Plans To Have Virtual Learning In Fall SemesterThe University of Pennsylvania announced Tuesday that students will not be allowed on campus when classes start next month.

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Pennsylvania mayors appeal to Congress for federal aidHARRISBURG  Mayors in Pennsylvania are challenging the states members of Congress to help them get direct budget aid from the federal government, warning that cities of all sizes face steep deficits and deep service cuts as a result of the coronavirus impact on the economy.

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What it's like to bike on the McDade Recreational Trail in the Delaware Water GapIt wasn’t a gentle fall. I went to the right, clearing my bike. I think my left knee and shoulder hit first and at any rate, the scrapes on the left knee were worse than on the right, even drew real blood.

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Florida, Pennsylvania Lawyers Hired by Mother of 8-Year-Old Arrested by Police"At 8 years old 3 ½ feet tall and 64 pounds this little boy didn't pose a threat to anyone plaintiffs counsel said."

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Cosby Sex Assault Appeal Takes on Non-Prosecution DealBill Cosby’s lawyers argued in an appeals filing Tuesday that it was “fundamentally unfair” to let prosecutors use Cosby’s damaging deposition from a sex accuser’s lawsuit against him at trial.

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Pennsylvania mayors appeal to Congress for federal aidHARRISBURG, Pa. — Mayors in Pennsylvania are challenging the state's members of Congress to help them get direct budget aid from the federal government, warning that cities of all sizes face steep deficits and deep service cuts as a result of the coronavirus' impact on the economy.

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Pennsylvania Has The 2nd Most Coronavirus Restrictions In The Nation, WalletHub Report SaysPennsylvania has the second most coronavirus restrictions in the nation, a new WalletHub report says.

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A€˜Smart, Tough and Ready to Lead': Biden Picks Kamala Harris as Vice Presidential CandidateJoe Biden announced Sen. Kamala Harris, of California, as his vice-presidential running mate, selecting a former 2020 campaign rival with a background as a prosecutor for a historic role as the nation’s first Black and South Asian American woman vice president should Democrats win the general election against President Donald Trump in...

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Trio arrested for string of distraction burglaries across Northeast Ohio and PennsylvaniaThree people have been arrested in connection with a series of distraction burglaries that occurred in Northeast Ohio and Pennsylvania after an Uber driver reported them to police, according to the Lake County Sheriff's Office.

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Pa. Dept. of Health: 828 New COVID-19 Cases Reported StatewideHARRISBURG, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed as of 12:00 a.m., August 11, that there are 828 additional positive cases of COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 120,28...

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Vireo Closes $37 Million Pennsylvania Asset SaleVireo Health Completes Sale of Equity in Pennsylvania Medical Solutions to Jushi Holdings Inc. for Total Consideration of $37 Million.

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PA Governor Tom Wolf Responds to PIAAHarrisburg PA: We are a couple weeks away until High Schools across the state of Pennsylvania open up for the fall semester and there are still questions regarding High School sports for the fall semester.

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University of Pennsylvania Tells Students to Stay Home Amid Coronavirus, Offers Tuition CutsThe University of Pennsylvania is telling students to mostly stay away from campus this fall as the Philadelphia university won’t be offering most undergraduates housing and, with the exception of certain instruction, won’t be holding activities on campus.

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Spotted lanternfly sightings up 500% compared to last year in Pennsylvania: OfficialsReport: Coronavirus spreading at faster rate in Hawaii than anywhere in US.

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Sesame Place theme park: Pair allegedly punched worker over face masksPolice are working to positively identify two people who assaulted a children's theme park employee Sunday near Philadelphia after the teen reminded them of the park's face mask requirement.

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The Chuck Keiper Trail East Loop, the Tale of Two Trails.The Chuck Keiper Trail is a 49.3 mile backpacking loop located Sproul State Forest. It can be broken into 2 loops, East and West, by using the Cross-Connector Trail.

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Consolidation of Pennsylvania Business Interruption Suits Has Opposition, Even From InsuredsBusiness interruption suits against an insurer filed in Allegheny, Philadelphia and Lancaster Counties in Pennsylvania, will be coordinated and will proceed before Judge Ward of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas.

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Emu on the Loose Sends NJ Officials on Wild ChaseOfficials captured a wayward emu that was running through the streets of a New Jersey city.

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Pa. Company Expanding, Working To Create Rapid Antigen Self-Test And Antibody Test For CoronavirusA medical device company here in Pennsylvania is expanding in an effort to increase coronavirus testing capabilities.

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What Hasn't Changed for Black Small Business Owners Since the Death of George FloydBlack small business owners — and small business owners of color in general — are particularly pessimistic about their enterprises surviving the coronavirus economy.

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Pennsylvania surpasses 120K cases of covid-19The Pennsylvania Department of Health announced 828 new covid-19 cases on Tuesday, making a solid two weeks in which daily cases were below the 1,000 mark.

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Anatomy of a Photograph, Part 3Manifest of Alien Passenger for the U.S. Immigration Officer at Port of Arrival  1906 Let’s skip ahead to 2020 and the discovery that inspired this entire series.

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Pa. Health Dept. 828 More Coronavirus Cases Brings Statewide Total To Over 120,000The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reporting 828 new cases of Coronavirus on Tuesday and 35 additional deaths.

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Spotted lanternflies invading Center City PhiladelphiaTake a walk around Center City Philadelphia, and it seems like the spotted lanternflies are everywhere.

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Where key swing state Pennsylvania stands on energyPennsylvania is a crucial swing state in the US election, so it's being closely watched and polled.

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Philadelphia Flyers gets mentioned during Pennsylvania Gov Tom Wolf Press ConferencePhiladelphia: The Stanley Cup Playoffs get going on Tuesday night after an exciting qualifying round and your Philadelphia Flyers will enter the playoffs as the number 1 seed in the East.

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Authorities identify Pennsylvania man killed in police-involved shooting in VentnorThe attorney general's office said officers found the Amir Johnson, 30, walking in and out of a marshy area along the roadway while holding a broken glass bottle in his hand.

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Pennsylvania mayors appeal to Congress for federal aidHARRISBURG, Pa. — Mayors in Pennsylvania are challenging the state's members of Congress to help them get direct budget aid from the federal government, warning that cities of all sizes face steep deficits and deep service cuts as a result of the coronavirus' impact on the economy.

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Grocery Stores Might Be the Next Big Thing to Move Into MallsAs consumer shopping habits change, America's shopping malls have anointed many saviors: food halls, movie theaters, gyms.

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Police Investigate Swastika Vandalism of Pennsylvania SynagogueOne of the swastikas stenciled onto the Kesher Israel Synagogue in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Photo: Courtesy of Kesher Israel.

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The coronavirus won't stop these South Street business ownersMeet five local proprietors who aren't willing to let the pandemic derail their dreams.

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Pennsylvania loses USD 424 in tax revenue from casinos shutdownAn analysis by the Allegheny Institute has found that casinos missed out on $968.8 million in revenue - which, in turn, meant a loss of $424.2 million in tax revenue.

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Pennsylvania losses USD 424 in tax revenue from casinos shutdownAn analysis by the Allegheny Institute has found that casinos missed out on $968.8 million in revenue - which, in turn, meant a loss of $424.2 million in tax revenue.

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Pa. Gov. Tom Wolf Says A Large Crowd In Gettysburg For Trump Nomination Would Violate State's Crowd LimitationsPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf said Monday that he 'hopes and expects' that the Trump campaign would abide by limitations on crowds in the state if he chooses to hold his nomination address in Gettysburg.

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Rory K. PatricelliRory Kevin Patricelli, age 56, of Bond Street Brockway, PA, died on Saturday August 8, 2020, at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh.

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William J. Bill Winter, Sr.William Joseph Bill Winter Sr., age 74, who most recently resided in Altercare Navarre, and formerly of Sykesville, Pennsylvania, died Thursday afternoon, August 6, 2020, in the Aultm...

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David Dave L. HandleyHandley, 72, of Marienville, died Tuesday, July 21, 2020, at the Clarion Hospital.

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Pennsylvania Guard Aquatic Rescue Team Saves Two MotoristsFORT INDIANTOWN GAP, PA — The Pennsylvania Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team rescued two motorists stranded in rapidly rising water during flooding caused by Tropical Storm Isaias Aug.

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Teen gets surgery after park guests punch him in mask dispute, Pennsylvania cops sayA teen employee was punched in the face during a confrontation about a theme park's face mask policy, Pennsylvania cops say.

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What's the value of a college degree in Pennsylvania?When it comes to earning potential, a postsecondary degree or credential will still pay off for most people.

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Pa. State Police Searching For Missing 71-Year Old Cheryl WieromiejPennsylvania State Police in Indiana County are searching for a missing 71-year old woman.

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University Of Pennsylvania Announces Plans To Have Virtual Learning In Fall SemesterPHILADELPHIA — The University of Pennsylvania announced Tuesday that students will not be allowed on campus when classes start next month.

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Harland James McQuownJames “Jim” McQuown, 75, of Punxsutawney, died Monday, August 10, 2020, at home.

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Featured Local Job: Lumber Yard PersonOchs Building Supply Inc. of Lucinda is looking for a Yard Person to join their team.

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Ronald G. PeifferRonald G. Peiffer, 92, of Indiana, PA and formerly of Rochester Mills, PA, died on Friday, August 7, 2020 at the Communities at Indian Haven in Indiana, PA.

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Philadelphia Eagles Activate Star Lineman Lane Johnson Off ReserveThe Eagles have activated right tackle Lane Johnson from the Reserve / COVID-19 list.

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Featured Local Job: Laborer at J&J Feeds and NeedsJ&J Feeds and Needs currently has a part-time position opening for a laborer.

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Republicans aim new bills at shutdowns of Pennsylvania schools, athleticsRepublican state lawmakers in Pennsylvania say they want to give parents more power to let their children repeat a year of schooling if they feel their child didn't get the education they needed or missed out on a year of athletics amid shutdowns during the pandemic.

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Bernard Miles ShickBernard Miles Shick, 87, of Florence, SC, passed away on Friday, August 7, 2020, at McLeod Regional Medical Center.

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Sesame Place theme park: Pair allegedly punched worker over face masksPolice are working to positively identify two people who assaulted a children's theme park employee Sunday near Philadelphia after the teen reminded them of the park's face mask requirement.

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Perseid Meteor Shower Will Peak This Week a€” Here's How to WatchIt's one of the highlights of summer — the Perseid meteor shower is expected to peak this week.

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Susan R. GuzzoA celebration of life for Susan R. Guzzo, who died unexpectedly on Wednesday, August 5, 2020, will be held on Saturday, August 15, 2020, from Noon to 6 p.m.

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Reopening Schools: Some Pennsylvania districts to adjust reopening plans under new Governor Tom Wolf's new recommendationsPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf's administration has issued new health recommendations that are now causing some school district leaders to adjust instructional plans for the upcoming school year.

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More States Land on NJ/NY/CT Quarantine List as Cuomo Blasts FedsSome states on the tri-state's quarantine list have hit a plateau in coronavirus infections, and few of them have seen decreases in new cases - but the list remains almost as long as ever.

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Tuesday Tidbits #90 Summer TimeHello Friends! A stroll in the yard and this rose took my breath away blooming in our cottage gardens.

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Reading Public Library Receives $10,000 PA Humanities Council GrantReading, Pa - Reading Public Library was awarded a $10,000 grant from the Pennsylvania Humanities Council as part of the PHC CARES emergency relief grant program. The library was one of 140 Pennsylvania cultural nonprofits to receive support from this fund, designed to sustain the state’s cultural infrastructure by advancing humanities...

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Pennsylvania company that develops rapid diagnostic tests is expandingA medical device company that develops rapid diagnostic tests is expanding its operations in Pennsylvania and creating 177 new full-time jobs, a move that is expected to increase COVID-19 testing capabilities, Gov.

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Pennsylvania may seek federal loan to pay jobless benefitsWolf has urged Congress to extend the $600 per-week benefit, which ended last month. Under Trump's plan, a new $400 a week benefit requires a state to commit to providing $100.

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Man punches Sesame Place worker over mask requirementA man reportedly punched a 17-year-old worker in the face at the Sesame Place theme park in Pennsylvania after the employee told him masks were required on the premises.

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Some Pennsylvania school districts to adjust reopening plans under new state recommendationsRuby Tuesday has shut down more than one-third of its restaurants this year as the chain buckles under pandemic pressures and an aging customer base.

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Hemogenyx Pharmaceuticals PLC Announces CAR-T Agreement with University of PennsylvaniaLONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / August 11, 2020 / Hemogenyx Pharmaceuticals plc , the biopharmaceutical group developing new therapies and treatments for blood diseases, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Sponsored Research Agreement with the University of Pennsylvania.

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Area Man Killed, Woman Seriously Injured in Motorcycle Crash in Huston TownshipCLEARFIELD CO., Pa.  An area man was killed, and a woman was seriously injured in a crash that occurred on Sunday afternoon in Huston Township.

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Jefferson County Census Participation Remains LowJEFFERSON CO., Pa.  Participation in the census in Jefferson County remains low, which could have long-term effects on federal funding in our area.

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State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement August 7-9: 1,190 Compliance Checks, 10 Notices of ViolationHARRISBURG, Pa. – Pennsylvania State Police Liquor Control Enforcement Officers visited 1,190 licensed liquor establishments from Friday, August 7 through Sunday, August 9 to ensure businesses are...

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Primary Health Network: A National Celebration for a Local Community OrganizationPUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa.  Every year, the National Association of Community Health Centers hosts National Health Center Week, which celebrates the mission of health centers across America.

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Ten Small Businesses in Jefferson County Receive COVID-19 Grant MoneyHARRISBURG, Pa.  Governor Tom Wolf on Monday announced that $96 million in state grants have been awarded to 4,933 Pennsylvania small businesses, including ten in Jefferson County, that were...

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SPONSORED: Allegheny Grille Features Live Music by Major Morgan TonightFOXBURG, Pa. – Come join the Allegheny Grille for Major Morgan on Tuesday, August 11.

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Police Investigating Shooting Incident in Reynoldsville BoroughREYNOLDSVILLE BOROUGH, Pa  DuBois-based State Police are investigating an alleged pellet gun shooting in Reynoldsville Borough.

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Police Release Details of Deadly Union Township CrashCLEARFIELD CO., Pa.  DuBois-based State Police have released the details of a crash that claimed a womans life in Clearfield County last week.

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Man Accused of Spitting on Another Man at McDonalds in Brookville Due Back in Court TodayBROOKVILLE, Pa.

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Brookville Woman Faces Hearing Today for Allegedly Cashing Nearly $3K in Fraudulent ChecksBROOKVILLE BOROUGH, Pa.  A Brookville woman is facing a hearing today on criminal charges after allegedly cashing nearly $3,000.00 in fraudulent checks at a local bank.

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Wolf Administration Provides Additional Recommendations to Help Schools Safely Navigate COVID-19HARRISBURG, Pa.  On Monday, the Pennsylvania departments of Health and Education provided school administrators and governing bodies with recommendations as to which instructiona...

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State Police Calls: Harassment, Assault, TheftJEFFERSON CO., Pa.  Punxsutawney-based State Police responded to the following calls.

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Scholastic Sports Not Worth the Risk, Pennsylvania Health Secretary SaysDr. Rachel Levine, Pennsylvania's secretary of health, backed Gov. Tom Wolf's recommendation to halt scholastic and youth sports until 2021.

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Chihuahua Saves Owner's Life During Stroke on HouseboatORIENTAL, N.C.  A North Carolina man was reunited with his beloved dog five days after the chihuahua was credited with saving his life during a stroke.

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Some Pennsylvania school districts to adjust reopening plans under new state recommendationsPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf's administration has issued new health recommendations that are now causing some school district leaders to adjust instructional plans for the upcoming school year.

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Jefferson County Recipe of the Day: Peanut Butter FudgeLet this easy peanut butter fudge recipe just melt in your mouth!

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Comically Incorrect: Child AbuseAn editorial cartoon by A.F. Branco: Child Abuse.

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Claytoonz: Bikers for Trump VirusAn editorial cartoon by Clay Jones: Bikers for Trump Virus.

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Map of Pennsylvania shows the number of coronavirus cases county-by-countyAs the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States continues to climb, we're tracking the number of cases here in Pennsylvania.

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Pennsylvania may seek federal loan to pay jobless benefitsPennsylvania has contacted the U.S. Department of Labor about a loan to prop up its unemployment compensation trust fund as President Donald Trump pushes states to help pay for a new round of federal unemployment benefits.

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NJ Gov. Murphy Rejects Trump Plan for States to Foot Bill For Portion of BenefitsThe problem with New Jersey picking up what could be a multi-hundred million dollar tab by paying for a quarter of the unemployment compensation is that the...

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Pennsylvania State Parks Experiencing OvercrowdingThe Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources warns state parks are experiencing overcrowding.

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- C. William "Bill" Adams, Sr.William “Bill” Adams, Sr., age 80, of DuBois, PA died Sunday, August 9, 2020, at his daughter’s home in Treasure Lake.

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Margie A. GoodMargie A. Good, age 81, of DuBois, PA died Sunday, August 9, 2020, at her home.

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful announces registration open for Pick Up PennsylvaniaRegistration for Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful's Pick Up Pennsylvania fall program is open. Most communities have experienced an increase of visible.

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NJ Man Drowns in Lake in Winslow TownshipLoved ones are mourning a man who drowned in a lake in Winslow Township, New Jersey.

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Pennsylvania Republicans Aim New Bills At Shutdowns Of Schools And AthleticsLegislation being introduced by Rep. Mike Reese, R-Westmoreland, would give school districts the power to decide whether fall sports and activities can go on.

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Peters' Nettles stays safe, leads Pennsylvania Open at OakmontOne thing golfers playing Oakmont Country Club will notice is the old course can be forgiving at times.

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Pennsylvania Real Estate: 2Q Earnings SnapshotAP) _ Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust on Monday reported a loss in funds from operations in its second quarter, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier.

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Uptick in Sea Lice Leads to Itchy Situation at Jersey Shore BeachesWhat's causing the recent uptick of sea lice at some Jersey Shore beaches? NBC10's Ted Greenberg investigates.

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Pennsylvania Is Playing Politics with Drug RationingJust as a reminder of the kind of central planners we are dealing with, this is the same Pennsylvania Department of Health that decreed on May 12 that nursing homes "must continue to take new admissions, if appropriate beds are available, and a suspected or confirmed positive for COVID-19 is not a reason to deny admission."  Months later,...

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Women for Trump bus tour rolls into Montgomery CountyThe Women for Trump rally stopped in Salfordville, Montgomery County with a message to get people registered to vote and then get them to the polls.

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Pennsylvania casinos shutdown caused $424 million in lost tax revenue, analysis findsLike many sectors of the economy, Pennsylvanias casinos took a massive hit when they were forced to close in the effort to fight the spread of coronavirus....

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Man, Woman Punch Sesame Place Worker Who Reminded Them to Wear Masks Due to Coronavirus Safety Rules, Police SayA man and woman punched a 17-year-old Sesame Place employee in the face after the teen reminded them to wear masks, police said.

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China sanctions 11 U.S. politicians, including Pennsylvania Sen. Pat ToomeyToomey recently sponsored a bill that would impose sanctions on entities that violate Hong Kong's independence.

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Pennsylvania man killed 2 mothers of his children in same home 25 days apart, police sayDavone Unique Anderson, 25, of Carlisle, is charged with two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Sydney Parmelee and Kaylee Lyons.

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What early mail voting in Pennsylvania means for Trump, Biden, and other campaignsIt may be just weeks before some Pennsylvanians start voting by mail, and that could leave President Donald Trump with a shrinking window to make up ground as polls show him trailing.

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Pres. Donald Trump Campaign Kicks Off 'Women For Trump' Bus Tour In PennsylvaniaPresident Donald Trump's campaign begins "Women for Trump" bus tours.

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Host and Promoter Accused of Holding NJ Pool Party With 250 People and Charging Admission FeeA homeowner and promoter are both accused of ignoring warnings from police and having a pool party with around 250 people at a New Jersey house while charging...

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