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One neighbor's trash is another one's treasure.
A look at the week's top news throughout Patch sites in Pennsylvania.
Claiming the No. 1 spot was Real Madrid, worth an estimated $3.44 billion.
The new speed limits will go into effect on July 23.
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Plus, girl who grew her own ear back is also swelling a lot of hearts. Top news from around Patch's network of more than 900 sites.
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A look at the day's top headlines from throughout Patch sites in Pennsylvania.
PETA has ranked Citizens Bank Park as the second most vegetarian-friendly baseball stadium in the MLB.
Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate in June was slightly lower than the national rate of 6.1 percent.
The House voted Wednesday to make it easier for banks to work with legal marijuana businesses.
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The young men built handicap ramps; repaired homes, decks, and porches; and worked with Habitat-for-Humanity building a new home and helping stock their local warehouse.
Plus, a Turnpike closure is planned for this weekend.
Carnival rides, games, child fingerprinting and video (CHIPS Programs), live music, a giant slide, moon bounce, clowns, and great food are just a few highlights of the family fun event.
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It was the fourth-annual game between Sen. Pat Toomey and Sen. Bob Casey.
Four former lawmakers convicted of crimes have had plaques added to their portraits in Harrisburg.