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Pennsylvanians say education is one of the most important issues this election. We talked with people in York County about the education issues that matter to them.
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Pennsylvania leaders are teaming up in an effort to reduce the number of people with mental illness in county jails across the commonweal
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Stricter criminal penalties for hazing will soon become law under legislation that has unanimously passed both chambers of the Pennsylvan
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A six-term Democratic state representative from Philadelphia has died of a suspected heart attack.
The daughter of Rep. Mike OR
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The Fellowship aims to groom high school students into viable candidates for teaching jobs. The goal is to have 1,000 black men teaching in Philadelphia schools by 2025.
The situation is especially dire in low-income countries, where mental health care is often unavailable.
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The quicker dredging process will accelerate Gulftainer's development of a secondary port at the former DuPont Edgemoor site north of the existing port.
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Murphy addressed the allegations Monday and said former state Supreme Court justice Peter Verniero will oversee.
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Fitzpatrick’s campaign told the Bucks County Courier Times it fired the man after finding out about the incident from a reporter. I
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Hundreds gathered at Logan Circle in Center City Philadelphia over the weekend to protest the federal government's handling of the hurricane disaster in Puerto Rico.
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Katie Brennan told The Wall Street Journal she wants to see changes in how such allegations are handled in the state
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Sears — the iconic retailer that has sold everything from clothing and toys to refrigerators and socket wrenches over its more than 125-year history — may have reached the end
Susan Hedman knows her rights under Seattle's secure scheduling law.
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Those attending the Conshohocken Beer Festival over the weekend show a mix of apathy, excitement and distrust heading into next month's mid-term elections.
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