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Pennsylvania city seeing suspicious wave of dog deaths: reports

Authorities in Allentown, Pennsylvania, say they’re investigating what they described as a suspicious wave of dog deaths in the city, according to reports. But officials from the city’s police and animal control departments were tight-lipped about details of the case, citing their active probe, the Morning Call of Allentown reported.
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Rabid dog imported into Pa. sparks multi-state investigation

NEW YORK (AP) — A rabid dog imported into the United States this month has sparked a public health investigation across several states. Health officials say a dog brought to the U.S. from Azerbaijan that ended up with a family in Chester County, Pennsylvania began acting strangely. It later tested positive for rabies and was euthanized. At least 12 people were exposed to the animal.
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The Fault in Our Stars filming locations in Pennsylvania

The Fault in Our Stars is a 2014 American coming-of-age romance film directed by Josh Boone, based on the 2012 novel of the same name by John Green. The film stars Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort; with Laura Dern, Sam Trammell, Nat Wolff, and Willem Dafoe playing supporting roles. Woodley plays Hazel Grace Lancaster, a sixteen-year-old cancer patient who is forced by her parents to attend a support group, where she meets and subsequently falls in love with Augustus Waters, another cancer patient, played by Elgort.
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Selinsgrove Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Selinsgrove: Sunday, June 20: Patchy fog then chance of showers and thunderstorms during the day; while chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight; Monday, June 21: Mostly sunny then showers and thunderstorms likely during the day; while showers and thunderstorms likely
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Altoona woman crowned Miss Pennsylvania

An Altoona woman is your new Miss Pennsylvania. Meghan Sinisi, who earned her entry into the statewide pageant as Miss Central Pennsylvania, was crowned at The Appell Center in York Saturday night, after the final session of a three-day competition bringing together 22 contestants from around the state. Sinisi will...
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COVID-19 cases continue to plummet in Pennsylvania

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — COVID-19 cases in Pennsylvania went down for the ninth straight week. Across Pennsylvania, there were 850 fewer new cases in the seven-day period that ended Friday than there were the week before. Statewide, the seven-day average test positivity rate is 1.4%. Under 5% has been the...
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Festival attendees thrilled for new federal holiday

WILLIAMSPORT — Hundreds of people will continue to share hugs, smiles and are now part of each other’s lives after a Juneteenth Celebration brought individuals from all aspects of life together on Saturday. “This is like the crème-de-la-crème,” Melodie Carter-Shaw, regional chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of...
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Lewisburg looks to The Piers as new space for community events

LEWISBURG — Activity picked up at The Piers this year as nonprofits turn to the public space tucked away in Lewisburg’s downtown as a new venue for community events. The Piers is a grassy span and gravel parking lot marked by 30-some railroad piers left behind after the tracks were removed. It’s immediately behind the 500 block of Market Street, accessible by vehicle off Cherry Alley from Fifth Street or by foot across the pedestrian bridge over Bull Run off Sixth Street.
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Pa. lawmakers consider allowing heavier trucks on roads. Don’t let them do it. | Opinion

Lawmakers in both Harrisburg and Washington, D.C. are talking a lot these days about infrastructure and how to pay for the repair of our crumbling roads and bridges. As the former chief of police of West Chester, I know firsthand that additional revenue when needed often is siphoned from the budgets of frontline agencies, including police departments and other law enforcement agencies. This means less money that goes to protect our citizens in the commonwealth.
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