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  • Why more people are leaving New York than any other state

  • In 2017, with a baby on the way, Lia LoBello Reynolds and Colin Reynolds realized staying in the city wasn’t feasible and commuting to and from the suburbs each day wasn’t a life they wanted. The couple got new jobs in Pennsylvania and bought a home in a small town 27 miles west of Philadelphia....
  • Police seeking volunteers to get drunk for them, many respond

  • KUTZTOWN, Pa. — A Pennsylvania police department’s request for volunteers to get drunk for law and order purposes generated a predictably enthusiastic response. The Kutztown Police Department sought three volunteers to drink hard liquor to the point of inebriation so officers could be trained how to administer field sobriety tests during traffic stops. A call...
  • Unpaid federal workers relying on charity as shutdown continues

  • Federal workers and contractors not getting paid have had to resort to seeking handouts as the record-breaking shutdown continues for a fourth week. In Washington, DC, the line for free meals stretched down Pennsylvania Avenue between the White House and the Capitol because workers say any little bit helps when no money is coming in....
  • Man who helped rescue deer facing fine after taking animal home to nurse back to health

  • A Pennsylvania man who helped save several deer from a frozen lake is now facing fines after taking one of the animals home in an effort to nurse him back to health. John Stoll Jr. assisted with rescue efforts when the deer fell through the ice near Gifford Pinchot. But now he is facing two fines, one that could be as much as $800, for taking the animal home to care for it.
  • GOP Rep. Tom Marino resigns from Congress

  • A five-term GOP congressman who co-chaired Donald Trump’s successful presidential campaign in Pennsylvania is calling it quits. Tom Marino said in a statement Thursday that his last day will be Jan. 23 and that he’s taking a job in the private sector. “I have chosen to take a position in the private sector where I...

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