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The Morning Call
Small group of volunteers having big impact on Lehigh Valley’s water resourcesso that the region, with a population that’s now well over 650,000, is often me
The Morning Call / Posted 8 hours ago
so that the region, with a population that’s now well over 650,000, is often mentioned as one of the fastest growing in the state. While the valley’s many pluses, which also include excellent arts and cultural attractions and easy access to outdoor... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
Reducing Red Tape For Traveling Nurses - Reducing Red Tape For Traveling Nurses Anna Gorman Kaiser Health News Lauren Bond a traveling nurse has held licenses in five states and Washington D.C. She maintains a detailed spreadsheet to keep track of...Red Tape For Traveling NursesAnna Gorman, Kaiser Health News Lauren Bond, a tr
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 9 hours ago
Red Tape For Traveling NursesAnna Gorman, Kaiser Health News Lauren Bond, a traveling nurse, has held licenses in five states and Washington, D.C. She maintains a detailed spreadsheet to keep track of license fees, expiration dates and the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Florida students want to create ‘badge of shame’ for NRA backersfor gun control next month and try to create a ‘‘badge of shame’’ for politicia
Boston Globe / Posted 2 days ago
for gun control next month and try to create a ‘‘badge of shame’’ for politicians who take money from the National Rifle Association and other gun rights groups. ‘‘We are losing our lives while the adults are playing around,’’ Cameron Kasky said... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
People on the Moveof various projects within Pennsylvania, Oklahoma and Puerto Rico. He holds pro
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
of various projects within Pennsylvania, Oklahoma and Puerto Rico. He holds professional engineer licenses in Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland. Angstadt is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and holds a B.S. in mechanical... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Milford Mayor Files to Run for Delaware's 36th House Seat, Del.- Milford Mayor Bryan W. Shupe has filed to run as a Republican candidate
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 11 days ago
, Del.- Milford Mayor Bryan W. Shupe has filed to run as a Republican candidate for the 36th District seat in the Delaware House of Representatives following the announcement from current state Rep. Harvey Kenton that he will not seek another... Read more
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Philly.com
Despite funding increases under Wolf, Pa. school districts still 'treading water'In announcing a budget plan that included more money for Pennsylvania schools,
Philly.com / Posted 11 days ago
In announcing a budget plan that included more money for Pennsylvania schools, Gov. Wolf this week trumpeted the growth in state education spending during his tenure. “The first thing I did when I got to Harrisburg was to draw a line in the sand on... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
School Notesexcitement and commitment in conducting this daily task,” said Karla Carlucci,
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
excitement and commitment in conducting this daily task,” said Karla Carlucci, Ed.D., supervisor of career and technical education. “These students show up every day and are excited about the task at hand. I commend them on developing their... Read more
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Philly.com
Richard S. Dennison Jr., 40, N.J. attorney and funeral directorCounty funeral homes owned by his father, Richard S. Dennison Sr., with client
Philly.com / Posted 22 days ago
County funeral homes owned by his father, Richard S. Dennison Sr., with client meetings at his solo law office on Delaware Avenue in Roebling. He handled many clients on a pro bono basis, his family said. Known to all as “Rich,” Mr.... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Harford schools improve teacher diversity, still face challenge of shrinking applicant poolespecially teachers of color, officials say, but is facing the same challenge t
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
especially teachers of color, officials say, but is facing the same challenge that bedevils school districts around the state and the nation — a shrinking pool of applicants. “Our goal continues to be to hire the most qualified and diverse... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
School NotesTechnology Center Isabella Torda and Renee Loch, seniors from North Pocono Hig
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
Technology Center Isabella Torda and Renee Loch, seniors from North Pocono High School, have completed enough cosmetology state board hours to take the board exam in March. With temporary permits, both students work in salons after school and on... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
News - The Times-TribuneTechnology Center Isabella Torda and Renee Loch, seniors from North Pocono Hig
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
Technology Center Isabella Torda and Renee Loch, seniors from North Pocono High School, have completed enough cosmetology state board hours to take the board exam in March. With temporary permits, both students work in salons after school and on... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Women in Funeral Service: Strong presence in the Southern TierTips from the New York State Funeral Directors Association on pre-planning to l
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
Tips from the New York State Funeral Directors Association on pre-planning to lighten the financial and emotional burden on loved ones. Katie Sullivan / Staff Video Along a side wall, several handmade quilts are draped over a rack, gifts from... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
Here are the applications for 10 candidates vying for a Lancaster County judge appointmenthis spokesman did not return a request for comment Wednesday on whether he has
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted 26 days ago
his spokesman did not return a request for comment Wednesday on whether he has heard from candidates. The Lancaster Bar Association, which typically weighs in on judicial candidates, is conducting an evaluation process separate from the... Read more
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Times Leader
Abington Heights is only area district to make new top 500 listwebsite for the National Council for Home Safety and Security. And if your thi
Times Leader / Posted 28 days ago
website for the National Council for Home Safety and Security. And if your thinking that doesn’t sound like your typical education advocacy group, you may be right. On the website, the council bills itself as “a national trade association... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
YOUTH ON THE GO: Jan. 21, 2018the modified and varsity soccer teams, and the modified and junior varsity bask
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 29 days ago
the modified and varsity soccer teams, and the modified and junior varsity basketball teams. She has also played on the U14 Delaware County United Soccer Team and is currently a member of the U16 Delaware County United Soccer Team. She will also be... Read more
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Philly.com
As budget season nears, school districts face formidable foe: Fixed costsMost of the 2018-19 budget already is spoken for. After fixed costs such as al
Philly.com / Posted 29 days ago
Most of the 2018-19 budget already is spoken for. After fixed costs such as already-negotiated increases in benefits, state-required pension payments, and special-education placements, Pennsylvania school officials say there’s little wiggle... Read more
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Boston Globe
Elizabeth Warren’s Native American problem goes beyond politicsfor more than five years. Warren says she grew up understanding that forebears
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
for more than five years. Warren says she grew up understanding that forebears in her mother’s family had Cherokee and Delaware blood. But examinations by genealogists of documents including birth, marriage, and death records have shown no... Read more
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Boston Globe
Elizabeth Warren’s Native American problem goes beyond politicsfor more than five years. Warren says she grew up understanding that forebears
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
for more than five years. Warren says she grew up understanding that forebears in her mother’s family had Cherokee and Delaware blood. But examinations by genealogists of documents including birth, marriage, and death records have shown no... Read more
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Philly.com
School district to rescind suspensions so kids can apply to collegeperiod of good behavior. Jeff Hellrung, school board president in the 4,000-st
Philly.com / Posted 1 months ago
period of good behavior. Jeff Hellrung, school board president in the 4,000-student district that sprawls across parts of Delaware and Chester Counties, said school administrators fairly and properly meted out the punishments. But he said the flap... Read more

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