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Pennsylvania Manhunt – WROC-TV

WROC-TVPennsylvania ManhuntWROC-TVPolice are investigating reports that Eric Frein has been spotted overnight in Paradise, Pennsylvania.Frein is the subject of a massive manhunt. He's wanted for killing a Pennsylvania State Trooper in a September ambush. The shooting left Corporal ... Continue reading

Possible Eric Frein sighting near Pennsylvania high school (+video) – Christian Science Monitor

Possible Eric Frein sighting near Pennsylvania high school (+video)Christian Science MonitorAuthorities say a rifle-carrying man with a mud-covered face spotted in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains is believed to be the suspect in last month's deadly ambush at a state police barracks. State Police Lt. Col. George Bivens says the man was spotted ... Continue reading

Rizzo sworn in as 165th president of Pennsylvania Medical Society – LancasterOnline

Rizzo sworn in as 165th president of Pennsylvania Medical SocietyLancasterOnlineDr. Karen A. Rizzo was sworn in Saturday as the 165th president of the Pennsylvania Medical Society at its annual statewide meeting in Hershey. Rizzo, a Lancaster otolaryngologist, was sworn in by Dr. John J. Pagan, chairman of PAMED's board of ... Continue reading

Suspect in trooper slaying believed spotted in Pennsylvania – myfox8.com

myfox8.comSuspect in trooper slaying believed spotted in Pennsylvaniamyfox8.comInvestigators believe there's been another public sighting of Eric Matthew Frein, subject of a massive manhunt on suspicion of killing a Pennsylvania state trooper in a September ambush, police said Saturday. A woman in eastern Pennsylvania told police ... Continue reading

Seat in 32nd District deemed crucial for Pennsylvania Senate control – Tribune-Review

Seat in 32nd District deemed crucial for Pennsylvania Senate controlTribune-Review“Pennsylvania is one of the most unfriendly states for business, and it's affecting our unemployment rate, with Fayette and Somerset worse than the rest of the state,” said Stefano. Pennsylvania's high corporate tax rate must be addressed, he said. “We ... Continue reading

A new orchestra is born — in Pennsylvania! – Allentown Morning Call

A new orchestra is born — in Pennsylvania!Allentown Morning CallWhat separates Pennsylvania Philharmonic from many other symphonies is its commitment to education and outreach. It was formed to brings music to parts of the state without an abundance of classical music. And it is drawing its musical talent from a ... Continue reading

Following a rocky history in Pennsylvania, ring-neck pheasant rooster … – Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Following a rocky history in Pennsylvania, ring-neck pheasant rooster ...Pittsburgh Post GazetteThe cackle, the drumming, the flash of vibrant colors during the flush of a ring-neck pheasant rooster -- it's one of Pennsylvania's most thrilling hunting experiences. Once prolific, the chicken-size bird has fallen victim to massive habitat loss, yet ...and more » Continue reading

Elk herd thriving in Pennsylvania’s drilling boom – Washington Times

Elk herd thriving in Pennsylvania's drilling boomWashington TimesBRADFORD, Pa. (AP) - Nearly seven years into Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale drilling boom, wildlife officials say the state's elk population continues to flourish despite concerns about industrial footprints, wildlife displacement and habitat degradation.and more » Continue reading

Recap: Pennsylvania 31, Columbia 7 – KSPR

Philly.comRecap: Pennsylvania 31, Columbia 7KSPRPennsylvania 31, Columbia 7: Alek Torgersen had a passing touchdown and a rushing score as the Quakers handed the visiting Lions their 16th consecutive loss dating to 2012.Penn (1-4, 1-1 Ivy League) snapped an eight-game skid thanks to a dominant ...Penn beats Columbia 31-7 for Ivy League recordCBSSports.comall 21 news articles » Continue reading

Pennsylvania Mystery Species: The Winners, Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014 – The Patriot-News (blog)

Pennsylvania Mystery Species: The Winners, Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014The Patriot-News (blog)Pennsylvania Mystery Species - a weekly, serial contest about the wild things and wild places of Pennsylvania concluded earlier today with the answer posted here. It is the gray catbird. Daily Monday through Friday, new clues are offered to help ...and more » Continue reading