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Corbett and Christie were scheduled to attend a private fundraiser at the Union League.
Patch and Zillow team up to bring you local real estate news.
The Sixers are the only NBA team without a dedicated practice facility.
The winning city will not be announced until next year.
A NASA astronaut has posted the first Vine from outer space.
The robber passed a note to the teller, police said.
The home was burglarized on May 12, police were told.
Twelve of the train's 88 cars went off the tracks.
Patch's Most Read Stories: 12-year-olds Planned Stabbing; A Hero Mom Saves Her Kids; Dangers of a Long Commute
The most read stories from Patch's network of 905 sites during the first week of June including a post about a fake cop pulling over a real cop.
Peekskill, N.Y. man killed in Saturday crash; three, including Morgan, remain in critical condition at Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Center in New Brunswick, N.Y.
The $211.7 project is the second largest construction contract in PennDOT history.
An individual, full-grown plant can produce up to $600 of marijuana.
Corbett's office received the case in 2009. Sandusky wasn't arrested until November 2011.
Kevin Roper, 35, of Jonesboro, Ga., was charged with one count of death-by-auto and four counts of assault-by-auto in the crash that killed a Peekskill, N.Y. man and critically injured the SNL alum.
New federal standards in 2010 stopped requiring public schools to teach cursive — but are students worse off for it?
In case you missed it, a look at the week's top headlines from throughout Pennsylvania Patch sites.
People from throughout the state have new roles.
"Somewhere beyond your smartphone, on the edge of town, is a summertime land of parades and pageantry, homemade pies and other sweets."
Keystone Communities grants are awarded by the state Department of Community and Economic Development.