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Howard was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome – a neurological disorder – while in the sixth grade. Only Howard refused to let Tourette Syndrome deny him his dream of becoming a star athlete.
A new viral campaign by 7-Eleven and Doritos has people asking: What is that?
Traffic lines will be painted Tuesday and Wednesday, PennDOT said.
The company recalled the buckles after consumers reported difficulty opening them.
Services provided by the commonwealth will continue uninterrupted while a review of the budget is under way.
Levittown residents Bunny and Ed Kovalcik have redesigned their driveway so that it is an official Eagles field to scale.
Faulty ignition switches could have caused the deaths of at least 74 people.
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These new security measures are in addition to the existing bag checks, which will continue.
Some conservatives argue restraint and seclusion approaches in U.S. public schools should be left up to states.
The lack of a state budget could mean that the commonwealth won't be able to pay its bills or workers.
There also are closures on parts of Montgomery Avenue, the township said.
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"While options are limited, we remain open to creative ideas and solutions and we will continue to explore and review potential properties. We welcome community cooperation and partnership in this effort," Wagner Marseille writes.
Facebook conducted an experiment on more than 600,000 unwitting users.
The 2014 Wawa Welcome America festival is underway and includes a week full of free, family-friendly events.