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March 8, 2012

A new state law requiring Pennsylvania drivers to pull over and stop if they want to use text-based communications takes effect today, although it remains legal to use a hand-held cell phone behind the wheel. The statewide texting-while-driving ban carries a $50 fine and gives police authority to pull over suspected violators on sight.

The Pennsylvania American Water Company presented five area fire companies with grants on Friday afternoon. The grants...
FAIRVIEW — If all goes well, it appears that it will be a busy highway construction season throughout Jefferson County...
PUNXSUTAWNEY — It was right in the middle of the busy lunch hour when a small explosion on the grill shot flames up...
Midwest Region The Midwest Regional final was held at Quickens Loan Arena this year. The undefeated...
Sunday evening, March 15, Plan B of the State College Area Rollers (SCAR) traveled to Skate Station...

 

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