Monthly Archives: September 2014

Pennsylvania Dept. of Agriculture officials defends stopping res – 21 News Now

Pennsylvania Dept. of Agriculture officials defends stopping res – 21 News Now
Officials with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture said even though the New Yeung Wah Enterprises truck was returning to it's facility with un-refrigerated food they say was to be discarded, the company was still violating the law. "Even if the …
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Study: Pennsylvania's debt would cost taxpayers 500 each to pay off today
Pennsylvania is famous for its potholes, but it has an even bigger sinkhole problem that could cost taxpayers way more than minor car repairs caused by pock-marked roads. Truth in Accounting, an economic think tank based in Chicago, released its Fiscal …
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Rutter's Earns a Top Spot Among Central Pennsylvania Companies
​YORK, Pa. – Rutter's has earned the #3 spot on the Central Penn Business Journal's 2014 list of the region's Top 100 Private Companies in Central Pennsylvania. Rutter's has been ranked in the Business Journal's top 10 every year since 2005. Rutter's …
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Coal Ash Blamed for Cancers at Pennsylvania Prison
A high rate of cancer among inmates at a southwestern Pennsylvania prison is linked to a nearby coal ash dump, and the correctional facility should be closed down, according to a report made public on Tuesday. Eleven prisoners died of cancer from 2010 …
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Welfare Fraud in Pennsylvania

Welfare Fraud in Pennsylvania
According to the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, 2013 welfare expenditures were $ 28 billion — 44 percent of the state budget — and are projected to rise to $ 32 billion in 2015. Welfare costs will grow for the foreseeable future in both …
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Friends of the Delaware Canal host illustrated talk on the Pennsylvania
The Friends of the Delaware Canal will host an illustrated program about the Pennsylvania Highlands Trail on Tuesday, September 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Room of the Point Pleasant Community Baptist Church. The Church is located at 35 River …
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Shakeup at the Pennsylvania Ballet
In what looks like a sudden bloodletting occasioned by a recent change of artistic leadership, the Pennsylvania Ballet has dismissed Jeffrey Gribler, who was ballet master, and Tamara Hadley, who was ballet mistress, as well as William DeGregory, who …
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Pennsylvania must stay competitive and increase its film tax credits
Harrisburg should heed the tough lessons that California learned. Film production is equally important to Pennsylvania as it is to California. The current Pennsylvania program is capped at $ 60 million and the Pennsylvania film industry is working at …
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Scientists dismiss dire outlook for Western Pennsylvania winter weather
Twice each day, a balloon floats over Western Pennsylvania, transmitting weather data to a building in Moon. Inside that building, the offices of the National Weather Service, meteorologists combine the temperature and humidity data from the balloon …
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Transcript for Pennsylvania UFO Caught on Camera
Transcript for Pennsylvania UFO Caught on Camera ? starships ? We want to get to this. A mysterious sight. They saw a strange object flying overhead and managed to catch it on tape and Brandi Hitt is here to explain. Still a big mystery this… See More.
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Better late than never for Pennsylvania Medicaid

Better late than never for Pennsylvania Medicaid
Pennsylvania may finally expand its Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act but not the way the drafters of the law had envisioned. And not exactly the way Governor Corbett envisioned it either. Some aspects of the Governor's “Healthy …
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Pennsylvania State Police to host car seat check event for safety reasons
West Bradford >> The Pennsylvania State Police, Troop J of Embreeville, will conduct a car seat check on Saturday, Sept. 20 as part of National Child Passenger Safety Week. The check will run from 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the West Bradford Fire Company …
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