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The Morning Call
Lawsuit: Men died on railroad tracks because they feared crossing bridgeplaintiffs, both of Chester County, are seeking a jury trial and damages in exc
Lawsuit: Men died on railroad tracks because they feared crossing bridge
The Morning Call / Posted 5 days ago
plaintiffs, both of Chester County, are seeking a jury trial and damages in excess of $50,000. PennDOT spokesman Ron Young declined Wednesday to comment on matters under litigation. Upper Milford Township has not been served with such a... Read more
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The Morning Call
Reopening of Eighth Street Bridge pushed back to Septemberclosure of a portion of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. Instead, the bridge is n
Reopening of Eighth Street Bridge pushed back to September
The Morning Call / Posted 7 days ago
closure of a portion of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. Instead, the bridge is now due to reopen in mid- to late-September, Ron Young, a spokesman for PennDOT, said this week. There is decking work that must still be completed, he said. Detours... Read more
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Times News
Residents continue push to save old Route 903 bridgeThis rests with the state and PennDOT.” Two days before the last car crossed t
Residents continue push to save old Route 903 bridge
Times News / Posted 12 days ago
This rests with the state and PennDOT.” Two days before the last car crossed the old Route 903 bridge, PennDOT spokesman Ron Young said its fate was sealed. “It would have been nice to accommodate that, but the bridge is just too far gone,” he... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Time to play ball at new Greenwich Wiffle ball fieldUnited Way President and CEO David Rabin took the mound and gave up the officia
Time to play ball at new Greenwich Wiffle ball field
Greenwich Time / Posted 24 days ago
United Way President and CEO David Rabin took the mound and gave up the official first home run in the field’s history to Ron Young, who had been involved in the effort since the beginning, working as a private citizen in partnership with the... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Time to play ball at new Greenwich Wiffle ball fieldUnited Way President and CEO David Rabin took the mound and gave up the officia
Time to play ball at new Greenwich Wiffle ball field
Darien News-Review / Posted 24 days ago
United Way President and CEO David Rabin took the mound and gave up the official first home run in the field’s history to Ron Young, who had been involved in the effort since the beginning, working as a private citizen in partnership with the... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Farmers lament pasture-based dairy loss, casualty of a crimedairy operation has economic, social and environmental benefits. The designer o
Farmers lament pasture-based dairy loss, casualty of a crime
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
dairy operation has economic, social and environmental benefits. The designer of the pasture-based dairy operation, Ron Young, said that during his time at the research farm, he helped create over 100 pasture-based dairy farms in southwest... Read more
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The Morning Call
Some of Lehigh Valley's most-traveled bridges targeted for repairprojects will force motorists to find another way because both bridges will be
Some of Lehigh Valley's most-traveled bridges targeted for repair
The Morning Call / Posted 27 days ago
projects will force motorists to find another way because both bridges will be closed for three years, PennDOT spokesman Ron Young said. Most of the other projects will feature lane shifts and reductions that slow traffic, but keep the bridges... Read more
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Times News
Bridge to open Fridayup.” When crews returned to do work underneath on the pier, people began to sp
Bridge to open Friday
Times News / Posted 29 days ago
up.” When crews returned to do work underneath on the pier, people began to speculate as to why, said PennDOT spokesman Ron Young. “It’s a benefit being from the area, because a lot of times with these projects, locals have questions and don’t... Read more
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The Express-Times
Rt. 22 interchange pegged for Easton would be among 1st of its kind in Pa.on preliminary engineering for the reconfigured interchange in 2020. It is uncl
Rt. 22 interchange pegged for Easton would be among 1st of its kind in Pa.
The Express-Times / Posted 30 days ago
on preliminary engineering for the reconfigured interchange in 2020. It is unclear when construction would actually begin. Ron Young, a spokesman for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, said he couldn't speak specifically about the... Read more
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The Brown and White
Easton bridge traffic switches as completion date nearsin April 2015 and is expected to be completed in mid to late August, Pennsylvan
Easton bridge traffic switches as completion date nears
The Brown and White / Posted a month ago
in April 2015 and is expected to be completed in mid to late August, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation spokesman Ron Young said. The traffic switch to the new side of the bridge happened in the past few weeks, Young said. Traffic lights... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Martin Luther King Jr. Drive set to closeimprovements. "In case a piece of concrete or something were to come down, we
Martin Luther King Jr. Drive set to close
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 1 months ago
improvements. "In case a piece of concrete or something were to come down, we don't want anybody getting injured," said Ron Young, a spokesman for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. While Martin Luther King Drives remains closed for... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Safety urged for pedestrians and driverswere injured and two died in Schuylkill County, and in Carbon County, nine pede
Safety urged for pedestrians and drivers
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 1 months ago
were injured and two died in Schuylkill County, and in Carbon County, nine pedestrians were injured and one died. Ron Young, district press officer for PennDOT District 5, Allentown, said pedestrians should always try to walk in a... Read more

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