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PA Unemployment Rate Drops Again
August 17, 2018

Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate hit a new post-recession low, as payrolls crept upward to a new record high. The state Department of…

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Downtown Altoona Roadwork Starts Monday
August 16, 2018

Beginning Monday in Altoona, Laurel Asphalt will iinstall decorative crosswalks in the downtown area at intersections that iniclude Green Avenue and…

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Catholic School in Baltimore Drops Late Cardinal’s Name
August 15, 2018

A new Catholic school in Baltimore will no longer feature the name of a late cardinal accused of failing to act…

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PA Church Abuse Report Coming Soon
August 13, 2018

A report into allegations of decades of child sexual abuse at the hands of clergy members and efforts to cover it…

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New Mexico Municipal League to Meet in Roswell
August 12, 2018

OFFICIALS FROM ACROSS NEW MEXICO WILL GATHER IN ROSWELL LATER THIS MONTH. DARRELL MOODY HAS THE DETAILS… http://blogaudio.virtualnewscenter.com/KEND-081318-MOODY-NM%20Municipal%20League%20VO.mp3 ROSWELL…HOSTING THE 61st…

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Some Charges Tossed for Ex PA Congressman
August 10, 2018

A federal appeals court on Thursday threw out some of the convictions for which a Pennsylvania ex-congressman is serving a decadelong…

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PA GOP Says Dems Violated Elections Code
August 8, 2018

The Pennsylvania Republican Party wants an investigation into a promotion by Fayette County Democrats at the recent county fair to get…

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Substance Sickens PA Prison Guards
August 7, 2018

Pennsylvania officials say six staff members at a state prison were sickened by a suspicious substance. The workers were searching a…

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Gov. Wolf Establishes LGBTQ Panel
August 7, 2018

Gov. Wolf is establishing a group to “help coordinate and drive statewide equality efforts” regarding sexual orientation, gender identity and expression….

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CDC Checking for West Nile in PA
August 3, 2018

Pennsylvania officials are warning people to minimize their exposure to mosquitoes as testing is underway to confirm the suspected first case…

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