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Cheers! Some Pennsylvania Voters Say ‘Yes’ to Liquor Sales – ABC News

CBS LocalCheers! Some Pennsylvania Voters Say 'Yes' to Liquor SalesABC NewsVoters in some Pennsylvania towns have approved the sale of alcohol. The measure to allow liquor licenses for restaurants and bars was overwhelmingly approved Tuesday in Upper Allen Township. The Cumberland County community has been dry since ...Some Pennsylvania Voters Say 'Yes' To Liquor SalesCBS Localall 44 news articles » Continue reading

Pennsylvania Man Cited In Deaths Of Bald Eagle, Blue Herons – CBS Local

CBS LocalPennsylvania Man Cited In Deaths Of Bald Eagle, Blue HeronsCBS LocalLEHIGHTON, Pa. (KDKA/AP) – A wildlife officer says a Pennsylvania man fatally shot a bald eagle and five blue herons. The Allentown Morning Call reports the officer filed citations Tuesday against 46-year-old Carl Marion two weeks after the birds were ...and more » Continue reading

Ukee Washington To Be Inducted Into Pennsylvania Association Of … – CBS Local

CBS LocalUkee Washington To Be Inducted Into Pennsylvania Association Of ...CBS LocalPHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Veteran CBS 3 News Anchor Ukee Washington will be inducted into Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame this Sunday, May 3 at a dinner at the Hotel Hershey in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Washington's longtime noon ...and more » Continue reading

Pennsylvania Attorney General To Get Chance To Argue Against Judge’s … – CBS Local

CBS LocalPennsylvania Attorney General To Get Chance To Argue Against Judge's ...CBS LocalPHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A three judge panel in Montgomery County will hear motions Monday morning on why the state attorney general should not have to explain why she fired her chief deputy. Judge William Carpenter is overseeing a grand jury ...Pa. A.G. Kane set to argue against judge's contempt hearing6abc.comall 16 news articles » Continue reading

Number Of Syphilis Cases Increasing In Pennsylvania – CBS Local

Number Of Syphilis Cases Increasing In PennsylvaniaCBS LocalPHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Pennsylvania Department of Health has issued a health alert about a rise in syphilis cases. The number of cases is up in Bucks, Delaware and Montgomery Counties along with several others in the Commonwealth. Wes Culp, a ...and more » Continue reading

Lawmaker Calls For Extended Bar Hours In Pennsylvania – CBS Local

CBS LocalLawmaker Calls For Extended Bar Hours In PennsylvaniaCBS LocalPITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Regular late-night drinkers know that “last call” for alcoholic drinks in Pennsylvania is at 2 a.m., but now a Philadelphia state representative wants to extend those hours. “My bill simply gives authority to municipalities to ...Pennsylvania lawmaker eyes legislation that would allow the sale of alcohol ...LancasterOnlineA 4 a.m. closing time? Lawmaker wants to extend your night at the barPennLive.comPa. Lawmaker Wants to Extend Sale of Alcohol to 4 a.m.NBC 10 Philadelphiaall 10 news articles » Continue reading

Pa. chainsaw deaths ruled murder-suicide – CBS News

CBS NewsPa. chainsaw deaths ruled murder-suicideCBS NewsLOWER MORELAND TWP., Pa. -- A coroner has ruled the deaths of a Pennsylvania couple found dead in their home with chainsaw lacerations a murder-suicide, reports CBS Philly. The station identifies the couple as 48-year-old Christopher Peppelman and ...Chainsaw Murder In Pennsylvania: Young Son Discovers His Parents' BodiesThe InquisitrChainsaw murder-suicide — Pa. man hacks wife, self: coronerNew York Daily NewsChainsaw used in Pennsylvania murder-suicide, authorities saylehighvalleylive.comHuffington Postall 60 news articles » Continue reading

Pennsylvania College Expels 3 For Racist Radio Broadcast – CBS Local

Pennsylvania College Expels 3 For Racist Radio BroadcastCBS LocalHARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – A private Pennsylvania college expelled three students over a campus radio broadcast in which they made racist comments and used a slur. Bucknell University president John Bravman met with about 1,000 students and staff about ...and more » Continue reading