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Lower Merion Township thanks residents for their patience during the work.
Eagles player LeSean McCoy left a $0.20 tip on a bill that was more than $60, according to Tommy Up, the owner at PYT.
On the anniversary of the attacks, remembering those from the Keystone State who lost their lives.
A window screen was cut, police said.
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The telephone scams involve Green Dot MoneyPak card-cash transfers.
Pennsylvania colleges and universities earned a number of the top spots.
The sponsorship will offset about 11 percent of annual cost of the $4 million service, which will now be called the State Farm Safety Patrol
The football team is immediately postseason eligible, and scholarships will be back for the 2015-16 season.
A door to the home was kicked open, police said.
The challenge came from students at Harriton High School.
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Among the items taken were a laptop and a camera.
All 85 scholarships will be back for the 2015-16 season.
The governor reportedly supports the ride-sharing companies, and would like to see them expand in the Keystone State.
The products recalled include 2.5-pound ice-packed, sealed packages of “Cookin’ Good Whole Young Chickens.”
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Among the appointments are those to the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency.
The event is set for September 2015.
A letter by teacher Tom Cunningham has gone viral as the Council Rock community mourns the death of three 15-year-olds.