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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