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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Richard M. DeCosmobaseball team. He was first employed as a truck driver by A. Barletta and Sons
Richard M. DeCosmo
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 37 minutes ago
baseball team. He was first employed as a truck driver by A. Barletta and Sons, Hazleton, and later by the Hazleton City Water Authority. He was a proud member of the United Steel Workers Union. Richard held various offices at the YMPA,... Read more
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The Brown and White
See where Easton's mayor wants guns banned in his citythat would make municipalities vulnerable to lawsuits for regulating guns. "Yo
See where Easton's mayor wants guns banned in his city
The Brown and White / Posted yesterday
that would make municipalities vulnerable to lawsuits for regulating guns. "You can't take a gun into a Northampton County Council meeting because it's in the courthouse and you can't take it into the capitol building (in Harrisburg) but you can... Read more
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York Daily Record
Homelessness a familiar routine for some in Yorkor months to wait before being able to see a psychiatrist, said Laura Ruhling,
Homelessness a familiar routine for some in York
York Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
or months to wait before being able to see a psychiatrist, said Laura Ruhling, who works with homeless veterans at the Harrisburg YWCA. "They need that right now, that medication, or else you lose that window of opportunity." Under the bridge... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Capital Area Transit surveys people with disabilities to improve serviceHARRISBURG, Pa — Capital Area Transit People with Disabilities (PWD) Advisory C
Capital Area Transit surveys people with disabilities to improve service
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 8 days ago
HARRISBURG, Pa — Capital Area Transit People with Disabilities (PWD) Advisory Committee will conduct a system-wide survey of PWD transit riders in Dauphin County, the City of Harrisburg and Cumberland County, throughout the summer and fall, Committee... Read more
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Philly.com
Business People on the Move: W. Atlee Burpee Co. names presidentyears at the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. During her time with the c
Business People on the Move: W. Atlee Burpee Co. names president
Philly.com / Posted 10 days ago
years at the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. During her time with the commission, Witmer served on the Advisory Council for the North American Energy Standards Board, as well the Communications Security, Reliability and Interoperability... Read more
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TribLIVE
Addiction treatment centers eye New Kensington propertiesnot happy about it. A pair of proposed drug and alcohol treatment centers, bot
Addiction treatment centers eye New Kensington properties
TribLIVE / Posted 10 days ago
not happy about it. A pair of proposed drug and alcohol treatment centers, both on the same downtown block, were on the city planning commission's agenda Tuesday, but no hearings were held. Karen Mandak, 62, of the city's Parnassus area was one... Read more
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York Daily Record
Moving Up for June 19, 2016for its Apple Subaru Summer Camp Campaign, and the best website for its work wi
Moving Up for June 19, 2016
York Daily Record / Posted 10 days ago
for its Apple Subaru Summer Camp Campaign, and the best website for its work with the CGA Law Firm. Headquartered in York city, The Spot Media Group is a full-service marketing firm with dominance in digital marketing, creative, brand development... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Community events listings, June 18, 2016younger; 570-457-3412 or Facebook page: Queen of the Apostles Parish, Avoca, Pa
Community events listings, June 18, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
younger; 570-457-3412 or Facebook page: Queen of the Apostles Parish, Avoca, Pa. Carbondale Meeting change: Carbondale City Council meeting moved from Monday to Tuesday, 6 p.m., city clerk, 570-282-4633. East Scranton Bus trip: East Scranton... Read more
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Philly.com
Mayor, Council pushing unconstitutional soda taxBy Ronald D. Castille Mayor Kenney and City Council are in the process of viol
Mayor, Council pushing unconstitutional soda tax
Philly.com / Posted 15 days ago
By Ronald D. Castille Mayor Kenney and City Council are in the process of violating the Pennsylvania Constitution by enacting a tax on each ounce of sugar-sweetened beverages and - after the latest legislative shenanigans - certain diet... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Dickson City passes anti-discrimination ordinanceArticle Tools Dickson City became the second municipality in Lackawanna County
Dickson City passes anti-discrimination ordinance
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
Article Tools Dickson City became the second municipality in Lackawanna County to approve an anti-discrimination ordinance protecting the LGBT community Monday. The ordinance borough council unanimously adopted extends civil rights protections... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Gettysburg man eyes medical marijuana dispensary in MiddletownCounty borough under the name "Right To Health Medical Center." He recently pre
Gettysburg man eyes medical marijuana dispensary in Middletown
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 15 days ago
County borough under the name "Right To Health Medical Center." He recently presented a proposal to Middletown Borough council and residents. "I would be proud to serve the communities which need it here in Pennsylvania," he says. Person's... Read more
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The Temple News
Thousands come together to support OrlandoPhiladelphians and students gathered for a candlelight vigil at City Hall. Tho
Thousands come together to support Orlando
The Temple News / Posted 15 days ago
Philadelphians and students gathered for a candlelight vigil at City Hall. Thousands of Philadelphians came together at City Hall on Monday to mourn the 49 victims of Sunday’s shooting in Orlando, Florida. | PATRICK CLARK TTN These words resounded... Read more
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Philly.com
As clock ticks on rescue plan, cards still stacked against Atlantic CityATLANTIC CITY - Tick tock, tick tock. No, this was not part of some book read
As clock ticks on rescue plan, cards still stacked against Atlantic City
Philly.com / Posted 17 days ago
ATLANTIC CITY - Tick tock, tick tock. No, this was not part of some book read to third graders by Mayor Don Guardian during career day Thursday at Pennsylvania Avenue school - students there were more interested in peppering the mayor about World... Read more
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TribLIVE
Emergency meeting set as incoming Pittsburgh schools superintendent’s future uncertainof revelations that he plagiarized a line in his resume and in the speech he ga
Emergency meeting set as incoming Pittsburgh schools superintendent’s future uncertain
TribLIVE / Posted 20 days ago
of revelations that he plagiarized a line in his resume and in the speech he gave during his first public appearance in the city. Pittsburgh Public Schools' board scheduled an emergency, closed-door meeting for Friday to discuss Anthony Hamlet's... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Commissioners stand against crooks in public officeshould forfeit his or her taxpayer-funded pension." The commissioners' action
Commissioners stand against crooks in public office
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 20 days ago
should forfeit his or her taxpayer-funded pension." The commissioners' action follows a June 1 unanimous vote by Allentown City Council in support of the same legislation, although Allentown's council did so with no discussion. House Bill 17,... Read more
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Op-Ed News
How to Prevent Philadelphia from Turning into Far Worse than Chicago in 1968First, let us examine for a moment: what is the reality of life in inner city P
How to Prevent Philadelphia from Turning into Far Worse than Chicago in 1968
Op-Ed News / Posted 21 days ago
First, let us examine for a moment: what is the reality of life in inner city Philadelphia, under the posh elitist corporatized exterior that will be on display and televised during the July Convention? A shameful picture, indeed.... Who is Chris... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Regional briefs for Wednesday, June 8Article Tools City police probing theft of tools SCRANTON — A Scranton man re
Regional briefs for Wednesday, June 8
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
Article Tools City police probing theft of tools SCRANTON — A Scranton man reported that hundreds of tools were stolen from his unattached garage sometime during the weekend, city police said. Joseph Pehanick, 85, called police about 8:30 a.m.... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
School Notesthat opened and closed the top of the structure so the ecosystem could get sunl
School Notes
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
that opened and closed the top of the structure so the ecosystem could get sunlight. The competition was held May 13 at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. Forty-six teams of grades fourth to fifth and grades six to eight... Read more
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York Daily Record
Roads North: Learn about Lee's invasion of Pa.outnumbered, he enjoys the natural advantage of the defense, and his men are we
Roads North: Learn about Lee's invasion of Pa.
York Daily Record / Posted 24 days ago
outnumbered, he enjoys the natural advantage of the defense, and his men are well-entrenched in forts built to protect the city. A lawyer before the war, Milroy has had no formal military training, but has done well, earning steady promotions in... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
Dauphin County gives final approval to Harrisburg’s property tax break planHARRISBURG – Dauphin County commissioners gave its blessing to a plan by the ci
Dauphin County gives final approval to Harrisburg’s property tax break plan
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 28 days ago
HARRISBURG – Dauphin County commissioners gave its blessing to a plan by the city of Harrisburg to give property owners who improve their lots a tax break. The program gives substantial tax breaks to those who develop residential and commercial... Read more
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Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKALLIANCE Gold Wing Road Riders Association Chapter M, breakfast, 8 a.m., Perki
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 30 days ago
ALLIANCE Gold Wing Road Riders Association Chapter M, breakfast, 8 a.m., Perkins, 20040 Harrisburg-Westville Road; ride to Utica Ice Cream Festival. COLUMBIANA Columbiana's Memorial Day parade forms at 9:30 a.m. and moves out at 10 a.m. from the... Read more
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Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKALLIANCE Gold Wing Road Riders Association Chapter M, breakfast, 8 a.m., Perki
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted a month ago
ALLIANCE Gold Wing Road Riders Association Chapter M, breakfast, 8 a.m., Perkins, 20040 Harrisburg-Westville Road; ride to Utica Ice Cream Festival. COLUMBIANA Columbiana's Memorial Day parade forms at 9:30 a.m. and moves out at 10 a.m. from the... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
PIAA track and field championships resultsCollege, 7:37.25. 2, Abington, 7:44.17. 3, Central Bucks West, 7:44.17. 4, Penn
PIAA track and field championships results
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 1 months ago
College, 7:37.25. 2, Abington, 7:44.17. 3, Central Bucks West, 7:44.17. 4, Pennridge, 7:45.72. 5, North Penn, 7:45.95. 6, Council Rock North, 7:46.61. 7, La Salle College, 7:50.62. 8, North Allegheny, 7:51.71. 200 dash semifinal heat 1 - 1,... Read more
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Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKat 3:30 p.m.; 330-337-8514. ALLIANCE Gold Wing Road Riders Association Chapte
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 1 months ago
at 3:30 p.m.; 330-337-8514. ALLIANCE Gold Wing Road Riders Association Chapter M, breakfast, 8 a.m., Perkins, 20040 Harrisburg-Westville Road; ride to Utica Ice Cream Festival. COLUMBIANA Columbiana's Memorial Day parade forms at 9:30 a.m.... Read more
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The Morning Call
Politics as UsualRoy rides again, offering a tweet on paranoia Remember Roy Afflerbach, the for
Politics as Usual
The Morning Call / Posted 1 months ago
Roy rides again, offering a tweet on paranoia Remember Roy Afflerbach, the former Allentown mayor who saddled the city with disruptive and costly police and firefighter contracts? Yeah, that Roy Afflerbach. He may have left town after his early... Read more
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Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKat 3:30 p.m.; 330-337-8514. ALLIANCE Gold Wing Road Riders Association Chapte
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 1 months ago
at 3:30 p.m.; 330-337-8514. ALLIANCE Gold Wing Road Riders Association Chapter M, breakfast, 8 a.m., Perkins, 20040 Harrisburg-Westville Road; ride to Utica Ice Cream Festival. COLUMBIANA Columbiana's Memorial Day parade forms at 9:30 a.m.... Read more
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York Daily Record
Got $270,000? You could live in The Avenues.units. "We had this sense that if we lived in a smaller place, we could travel
Got $270,000? You could live in The Avenues.
York Daily Record / Posted 1 months ago
units. "We had this sense that if we lived in a smaller place, we could travel more," said Satterlee, dean of students at Harrisburg Area Community College's York Campus and a former member of the York City Council. He and Guntrum, who teaches... Read more
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Poinsett County Democrat Tribune
Trumann Council approves special election for sales taxa source of revenue to fund finance municipal improvements. Upon the budget co
Trumann Council approves special election for sales tax
Poinsett County Democrat Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
a source of revenue to fund finance municipal improvements. Upon the budget committee's recommendation, the Trumann City Council approved two ordinances during a special meeting Tuesday night. The first ordinance calls for a special election... Read more

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