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Voting On Retirement Age For Pennsylvania Judges Postponed Until November Elections

The state Senate has cleared the way to push from April to November a vote on whether to change the ...
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Medical Marijuana Bill Closer To Reaching Governor’s Desk

Senate backers say they hope medical marijuana legislation will get to Democratic Governor Tom Wolf's desk this week and start ...
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Tree Falls On House In New Sewickley Township

A tree fell onto a home on Brown Road in New Sewickley Township last night. The call came in shortly ...
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Car Shears Utility Pole, Flips Over In New Castle Crash

New Castle police are investigating after a man sheared a utility pole in a car crash late last night. The ...
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Gibbons Is Named Democratic Chairman Of House Tourism & Recreational Development Committee

State Rep. Jaret Gibbons - a Democrat representing Beaver, Butler and Lawrence Counties - will assume a new leadership role ...
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Aliquippa Elementary Gifted Education Fundraiser

Debbie Frank, Aliquippa Elementary School Gifted Education Coordinator, announced this morning her class is selling doughnuts tomorrow from 8:20 a.m ...
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Sears Is Closing Store At Beaver Valley Mall

A major retail outlet is closings its doors for good in Beaver County. Beaver County Radio's Greg Benedetti is reporting ...
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Suspect Is Named In Cookout Ambush In Wilkinsburg

A detective has testified at a bond hearing that a Pittsburgh man arrested for a third time on drug and ...
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National Democratic Party Pumping Money Into McGinty Campaign In Pennsylvania

National Democratic Party officials are pumping more money into the campaign to boost Katie McGinty in the party's primary race ...
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Bill Clinton Looses His Cool With Protesters

Former President Bill Clinton found himself in a heated exchange yesterday with protesters upset about welfare reform and gun laws ...
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Amadio Talks To BCR On What It’s Like Working With New Commissioners Egley & Camp

So, just how well does Beaver County Commissioner Tony Amadio get along with the new Republican majority commissioners Sandie Egley ...
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Road Closing in Ambridge

Ambridge borough manager Joe Kauer has announced that 9th Street between Merchant Street and Melrose Ave. will be closed from ...
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Bill Clinton To Campaign Today For Wife in Pennsylvania

After Hillary Clinton's campaign swing across Pennsylvania yesterday, former President Bill Clinton is visiting the state today to campaign for ...
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Gov. Wolf Threatens To Veto New Abortion Measure

A proposal to put new restrictions on abortion in the state appears headed to a final House vote next week ...
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72 Take County Buyout

Beaver County officials say a total of 72 of the 133 eligible county employees have accepted the buyout offered by ...
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Clinton To Speak Tonight At CMU During Campaign Stop In Pittsburgh

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is coming to Pittsburgh this evening. Clinton is scheduled to speak at Carnegie Mellon University ...
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Lawrence County Police: Woman Throws 85-year-old To Ground, Steals Scratch-Off Ticket

A woman in Lawrence County has been arrested after she allegedly assaulted an 85-year-old  man in a parking lot and ...
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Investigators Continue Probe Of Raccoon Township Fire; Victim’s Names Released

The state police fire marshal's office continues to investigate the cause of a house fire that killed a couple late ...
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Beaver County Social Workers Strike Averted; Tentative Contract Agreement Reached

There was no strike today by social workers employed by Beaver County. Union employees from three agencies whose deal ended ...
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Engaged Couple Killed In Raccoon Twp. House Fire

An engaged couple was killed in a Raccoon Township house fire last night. According to officials at the scene, the ...
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