Monthly Archives: August 2014

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Police witness UFO in Pennsylvania (Video)
After responding to a call regarding unusual lights in the sky, police in Lower Paxton Township, Pennsylvania say they also witnessed a UFO. ABC 27 in Harrisburg reported on a UFO sighting in Lower Paxton Township Monday night. Resident Stephanie …
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Pennsylvania Medicaid could change if Corbett leaves
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Gov. Tom Corbett has won approval for elements of a federally funded health care expansion his administration spent more than a year developing, but he is facing an uphill battle for a second term and some parts of the plan may not …
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Pennsylvania Mystery Species: Clue No. 5

Pennsylvania Mystery Species: Clue No. 5
Previous clues for this week's mystery species can be found at, where you also will find ongoing coverage of the wild things and wild places of Pennsylvania. In addition, Marcus Schneck, outdoor and nature writer with The …
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Loaded gun found in Pennsylvania kindergartner's backpack
ALIQUIPPA, Pa.–A loaded gun was found Monday in an Aliquippa, Pa. Elementary School kindergartner's backpack, reports CBS affiliate KDKA. According to Superintendent David Wytiaz, another student notified the teacher who retrieved the gun and …
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Pennsylvania Mystery Species: Clue No. 3
Pennsylvania Mystery Species Clue No. 3: Adult is about a quarter-inch long, and yellowish-tan to dark brown. Pennsylvania Mystery Species, a weekly, serial contest about the wild things and wild places of Pennsylvania, continues today with the third …
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Former Pennsylvania lawmaker to take another shot at state House seat
A former Pennsylvania representative in Berks County is once again setting his sights on Harrisburg. State Democrats on Tuesday added David Kessler to the ballot as the party's nominee in the 130th District. He'll face Republican David Maloney, the …
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Collegeville man launches write-in campaign for Pa. governor
NORRISTOWN— A new contender has thrown his hat into the ring with Tom Corbett and Tom Wolf in the 2014 race for governor of Pennsylvania. Dave Naples, a Montgomery County resident, has begun a write-in campaign that relies solely on social media …
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HELP WANTED at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

HELP WANTED at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Suddenly, America is sick and tired of Barack Obama. He has become an embarrassment and, worse than that, a threat to the personal security and peace of mind of American citizenry as a whole. It is all too obvious that he is not up to the task of being …
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Homicide Charges in Boat Crash on Pennsylvania River That Claimed 2
Authorities say misdemeanor charges of homicide by watercraft have been filed in an accident on a central Pennsylvania river that claimed the lives of two men. The Reading Eagle reports that the Fish and Boat Commission brought the case against …
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Commission examines Pennsylvania school funding

Commission examines Pennsylvania school funding
HARRISBURG — A state commission charged with recommending a school funding formula heard testimony Wednesday about the history and complexity of paying for public education in Pennsylvania. The group of Corbett administration officials and …
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Ex-Dividend Reminder: McKesson, Pennsylvania REIT and FirstMerit
Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel, on 8/28/14, McKesson Corp. (NYSE: MCK), Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (NYSE: PEI), and FirstMerit Corp (NASD: FMER) will all trade ex-dividend for their respective upcoming …
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Pennsylvania needs to legalize pot
Happily, Americans realized the government cannot legislate the drinking habits of its citizens. Prohibition lasted only 13 years. I wonder how long it will take the Pennsylvania Legislature to lose its Carrie Nation-like attitude and follow the …
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Pennsylvania allots $681M for cloud-based data storage

Pennsylvania allots 1M for cloud-based data storage
As state government attempts to keep up with increasing demand for computer storage space, Pennsylvania will spend a projected $ 681 million to establish one of the largest cloud-based data systems among state governments. Pennsylvania this summer …
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Nevada-Pennsylvania Delivers ESPN's Largest Audience Ever for Little League
Nevada-Pennsylvania Delivers ESPN's Largest Audience Ever for Little League World Series Game. Average Audience of Nearly Five Million Viewers (P2+) Watched Las Vegas, Nev.'s 8-1 Victory Over Philadelphia, Pa. The Viewership is Up 155 Percent …
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Eat Like a Local: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
For Yahoo Food's travel summer series, Eat Like a Local, we're taking you on a cross-country food crawl, city by city. Here's where to chow down in America's lesser-known destinations without sticking out like a sore thumb. Pittsburgh's dining scene …
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Pennsylvania puts .4m towards extinguishing years-old mine fire
The Pennsylvania department of environmental protection announced this week it would spend $ 1.4m to put out a several-year-old fire near the Pittsburgh International Airport that now threatens to disrupt air travel and cause an explosion at a major gas …
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Penalties Bell and Blount face in Pennsylvania
Le'Veon Bell on the other hand is in more serious trouble; he not only will get charged with possession, but a DUI charge with a controlled substance in Pennsylvania is something the Commonwealth is very strict against. It was confirmed that Bell had …
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Pennsylvania woman fights Ohio rescue over dog
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A Pennsylvania woman's fight to get her dog back from a central Ohio rescue group has turned into a full-fledged legal battle and Internet war. Veronica Covatch, 53, of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, has been trying to get her …

Bryn Mawr to Buy Insurance Agency, Consulting Firm in Pennsylvania

Bryn Mawr to Buy Insurance Agency, Consulting Firm in Pennsylvania
Bryn Mawr to Buy Insurance Agency, Consulting Firm in Pennsylvania. by Paul Davis. AUG 21, 2014 5:24pm ET. Bryn Mawr Bank in Pennsylvania has agreed to buy Powers Craft Parker & Beard, an insurance broker and risk management consulting firm.
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Car theft has plummeted in Pennsylvania in the past 20 years
Steven Wheeler, director of the Pennsylvania Auto Theft Prevention Authority, points to grants that enable law enforcement agencies like the Lancaster City Police to employ two full-time investigators. "Whether that's a state trooper that works under a …

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Central Pennsylvania's top senior quarterbacks: Sports Recruiters Prospects
Sports Recruiters presents a list of the top senior quarterbacks in Central Pennsylvania. These players are considered the top players in Central PA according to Sports Recruiters. I have seen most of these prospects play in-person. This eight-part …
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Not just oregano and thyme: Pennsylvania franchise developing marijuana
PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania – A Pennsylvania franchise is taking the classic pizza dish customers have grown to love and adding something a little different to the mix. Unique Pizza and Subs announced last week it is creating a pizza sauce infused with …

Pennsylvania Team Making Its Mark

Pennsylvania Team Making Its Mark
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT — As most of you know by now, for the first time in three years a team from Pennsylvania is in the Little League World Series. The team from Center City, Philadelphia is representing the Mid-Atlantic Region, and today some of the …

Chesapeake's Pennsylvania NatGas Output Blows Past Competition
Chesapeake Energy Corp. is far and away the leading natural gas operator in Pennsylvania after production in the first half of this year closed in on 400 Bcf, easily surpassing any other top-10 producer in the state. The top five gas producers in the …
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Pennsylvania National Guard will hold an open house Sept. 6
The Pennsylvania National Guard will hold a free open house 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 6 at Muir Army Airfield, Fort Indiantown Gap, Lebanon County. Pennsylvania Adjutant General Maj. Gen. Wesley Craig said the theme will be "The Value of the National Guard" …
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