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Programs, people recognized by state department of aging
The Pennsylvania Department of Aging recognized six outstanding programs and individuals last week for their service to older Pennsylvanians.
Central School Explores Microscopic Organisms On A Bus Among Other Sciences On Science Day
Last Friday, March 27, Central School held its Science Day where students were exposed to a variety of science experiences from engineering and physics, to chemistry and life sciences.
Pa. turnpike detour lifted after fire, crash
Westbound lanes between Breezewood and New Stanton were closed after a vehicle fire and a related crash involving a Pennsylvania Turnpike truck.
Secret spots enhance my fishing success
I usually stay at home on that crowded day, but many times find myself washing spinners in the afternoon.
Sheetz, Wawa Team Up for Navy Tradition (Slideshow)03/05/2014
Finding a fitting role in a time-honored tradition, Pennsylvania rivals Wawa Inc. and Sheetz Inc., two of country's best-known convenience store retailers, teamed up earlier this month to provide more than 5,000 lunches to attendees at the commissioning ceremony of the U.S.S. Somerset in Philadelphia on March 1. Like her sister ships, the U.S.S.
It's too late for Avondale, but fight continues for 12th LPD vessel
Sailers on the deck of the USS Somerset are framed by the giant US flag in Gretna as the ship passes the French Quarter to bid farewell and fair seas to the USS Somerset as she heads down the Mississippi River from Avondale Shipyards, Monday, February 3, 2014, headed for Philadelphia for a commissioning ceremony.
Somerset County man suspected of exposing himself to teen has committed suicide, police say
State police say a Brothersvalley Township man suspected of exposing himself to a 14-year-old boy at Somerset County Wal-Mart store earlier this month has committed suicide.
Soup To Nutz
So it looks like we've survived the winter of 2014's "snowmaggedon" and we're on our way to a beautiful spring.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Snow adds white to St. Patrick's Day green in Pa.
Fresh snow is serving notice to Pennsylvania residents that despite spring-like temperatures over the weekend, winter isn't quite over yet.