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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 …
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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 …
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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 …
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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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Electric Vehicle News: Tesla in Pennsylvania, New BYD Batteries…

Electric Vehicle News: Tesla in Pennsylvania, New BYD Batteries…
Tesla trumps Toyota's fuel cell vehicle efforts, big time. This is Part II in a series on that. (Climate Progress). How do you build a Supercharger station anyway? Have a look. (Teslarati). Tesla might be considering carbon fiber. (TeslaMondo). Curious …
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Local young people help Pennsylvania town facing hard times
Shamokin, a town of about 7,000 in central Pennsylvania, is facing hard times. The Rev. Dr. Richard Knight, pastor of Trinitarian Congregational Church in North Andover who accompanied the young people on the mission trip, said unemployment in this …
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Fatal Farm Accidents Involving Kids Not Uncommon in Pennsylvania
The accidental drowning death of a Leacock Township, Pennsylvania, teen on August 9 was tragic, but unfortunately, not unique. Fifteen-year-old Jonas King was operating a skid loader when it overturned into a manure pit, trapping the boy under the …
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Pennsylvania governor, other politicians call for Discovery Channel to drop

Pennsylvania governor, other politicians call for Discovery Channel to drop
HARRISBURG, Pa. – Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett and other politicians have signed a statement calling on the Discovery Channel to drop the series "Amish Mafia." The statement says "Amish Mafia" is a "bigoted portrayal" of the religious sect and …
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Mullery calls for Pennsylvania to take over doe licensing process
Gerald Mullery said on Thursday he plans to sponsor legislation that would transfer the responsibility of issuing antlerless licenses from county treasurers to the Pennsylvania Game Commission. In light of a recent delay by Luzerne County in processing …
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Pennsylvania's unemployment rate rises as labor force contracts
Pennsylvania's unemployment rate ticked up a tenth of a percentage point in July while the labor force dropped by 32,000, the state Department of Labor and Industry announced this morning. The rate of 5.7 percent remains half a percentage point below …
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Fall sports open practice throughout Pennsylvania
Overcast skies and light rain greeted football players as pads popped on fields throughout northwestern Pennsylvania. Other sports started preseason preparations, too, such as soccer, cross country, golf, girls tennis, girls volleyball and water polo …
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Pennsylvania early migratory bird seasons set
The first segment of the dove season will run Monday, Sept. 1 (Labor Day) through Nov. 1, keeping it open the entire month of October. "Pennsylvania dove hunters who responded to a recently completed survey indicated they generally prefer as many dove …
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Awesome Eats And Live Music At Reading Terminal Market's Pennsylvania

Awesome Eats And Live Music At Reading Terminal Market's Pennsylvania
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — City folk got a taste of the country at the 25th annual Pennsylvania Dutch Festival at Reading Terminal Market Saturday. Rows of hay bails doubled as seating as many of the festival goers tapped their toes to the live music of …
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Chikungunya virus in Pennsylvania
And indeed, in only a month, the virus has started to take off in Pennsylvania. The state last week reported 12 confirmed cases, but the actual number likely is higher. St. Luke's has treated two patients with it, and Lehigh Valley Health Network last …
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Some Pennsylvania counties not receiving data on crude oil trains
WASHINGTON — Two counties in Pennsylvania that hug rail lines used to transport large volumes of crude oil have not been notified about the cargo, in spite of a May requirement from the U.S. Department of Transportation that states share that …
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Sexy prison letter, condoms drove Pennsylvania dad to kill mom in front of

Sexy prison letter, condoms drove Pennsylvania dad to kill mom in front of
The letter writer was apparently an inmate in a Pennsylvania jail, although he was not identified by authorities. Christina's grand-aunt defended the slain mom Friday as the victim's family took custody of the two little boys. “She was doing her best …
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Health: First Cases Of Human West Nile Virus In Pennsylvania And New Jersey
HARRISBURG, Pa. (CBS) – Pennsylvania and New Jersey have their first human cases of West Nile Virus this year, and they're both from our area. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has the latest. A 49-year-old resident of Gloucester County, …
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Pennsylvania Bridal Shop Refuses Business To Same-Sex Couple — Legally
It would be safe to assume that the “W.W.” in “W.W. Bridal Boutique” doesn't stand for “woman and woman.” The Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania business is now facing public scrutiny after one woman complained on Facebook that she and her same-sex fiance …
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