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2014/04/23 09:52
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Instead of a traditional library, there is a computer-jammed media center that has the electric feel of an Apple Store when the newest iPhone debuts. All of which explains why there is a waiting list...
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2014/04/23 08:01
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The number of senior-citizen riders on Luzerne County Transportation Authority buses rose last year for the first time since a precipitous drop attributed to the "ghost rider" scandal, according to a...
2014/04/23 05:12
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Gettysburg Area School District is explorinà g the possibility of hiring a resource officer, district officials said April 22. This officer would provide a law enforcement presence in the district's...
2014/04/23 02:38
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Saucon Valley High School students, beginning with the current freshman class, will need to pass Keystone examinations in three subjects in order to earn diplomas. Assistant Superintendent of...
2014/04/22 20:31
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Volunteers in Medicine, a nonprofit with 95 free clinics nationwide, will expand services at its Wilkes-Barre location and open a clinic in Scranton in May. The organization will use two grants —...
2014/04/22 20:16
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A Pennsylvania jail inmate has emerged as a possible suspect in a mysterious lawsuit filed on behalf of convicted Arizona murderer Jodi Arias. Arias' attorneys Jennifer Willmott and Kirk Nurmi say...
2014/04/22 19:17
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Bioinformatics Profiling Identifies a New Mammalian Clock Gene “Big Data” Approach Quickens Search for Human Genes Related to Control of Daily Biological Rhythms Available for logged-in reporters...
2014/04/22 19:08
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PHILADELPHIA - April 22, 2014 (WPVI) -- The School District of Philadelphia is recommending to the School Reform Commission the suspension and charter revocation of a school due to "significant...
2014/04/22 14:37
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Crews only took about 15 minutes to contain an industrial fire in Northampton County Tuesday morning. The call came in around 7:15 a.m. for a shredder fire at Systech Environmental Corporation,...
2014/04/22 10:25
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U.S. Marshals have arrested a fugitive in Texas who was wanted for more than 30 years on a 1981 murder charge in Harrisburg. Joseph Lewis Miller, 78, was arrested Monday in Mineola, Texas where he...
2014/04/22 07:21
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PennDOT issued a press release late Monday afternoon saying the road would not be re-opened until 8 p.m. Tuesday, but state police at Warren said the road was reopened at about 6:30 p.m....
2014/04/22 05:43
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Ten same-sex couples, one widow and two children seeking to overturn Pennsylvania’s ban on same-sex marriage asked a federal court on Monday to decide their lawsuit against the state before it reaches...
2014/04/22 05:10
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Roadwork set for I-80 this week Print this ArticleEmail this ArticleSign up for text alertsSign up for e-mail headlines April 22, 2014 The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will be doing...
2014/04/22 05:10
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Could Oregon's pee-contamination scare happen to Pocono water supply? April 22, 2014 Are Pocono municipal water supplies safe from contamination by misdirected youths, or could we become the next...
2014/04/22 04:07
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A man Kingston police arrested Friday on charges he robbed a branch of Honesdale National Bank spent time in state prison for swiping a woman’s purse and drug trafficking offenses. Kenneth Charles...
2014/04/22 03:11
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Matthew Kern holds a sample of the seedling trees given to the children during the April 21 ceremony. The Wirt Park tree planted was a Japanese Zelkova tree and is purposely larger than the seedlings...
2014/04/21 23:52
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Paul Nussbaum, Inquirer Staff Writer Last updated: Monday, April 21, 2014, 6:33 PM The sponsor of the bill, Sen. Michael Stack (D., Phila.), said the cameras would not flag motorists who were within...
2014/04/21 22:06
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In a bright spot for Pennsylvania manufacturing, employers added 1,300 jobs in the sector in March, reversing four consecutive months of job losses. Manufacturing employed 560,700 people in the state...
2014/04/21 20:35
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Drivers of electric cars who use the Pennsylvania Turnpike can now recharge their batteries at two of the highway's service plazas. Turnpike officials cut the ribbon Monday on electric car charging...
2014/04/21 18:07
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HARRISBURG — The Department of Public Welfare (DPW) is working to ensure all individuals affected by the upcoming closure of United Rehabilitation Services, Inc. (URS) are aware of options for care,...
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