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Three Railroad Workers to Pay Over $75,000 to Resolve Allegations of False Unemployment Benefits Claims

PHILADELPHIA, PA — United States Attorney Jacqueline C. Romero announced that three area railroad workers have agreed to pay over $75,000, collectively, to resolve claims of unemployment benefits fraud under the False Claims Act. In three civil actions filed this week, the government alleges that Shohana Culberson, of Philadelphia, PA; Keith Abele, of Levittown, PA; and James T. Billups, of Newark, DE; applied for and received unemployment benefits from the United States Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) when they were, in fact, gainfully employed.
PHILADELPHIA, PA
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FATAL FOUR-VEHICLE CRASH IN MARYLAND ON INTERSTATE 95

HAVRE DE GRACE, MD (June 30, 2022) – Maryland State Police are investigating a fatal four-vehicle crash that occurred Wednesday evening in Harford County. Shortly before 6:10 P.M., troopers from the Maryland State Police JFK Memorial Highway Barrack responded to a four-vehicle crash that occurred on I-95 North in Havre de Grace, Maryland.
HAVRE DE GRACE, MD
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Strong storms wreak havoc across the Susquehanna Valley

MILLERSVILLE, Pa. — Strong storms slammed through the Susquehanna Valley on Friday afternoon, hitting the hardest in York and Lancaster counties. As News 8's Jeremy Jenkins reports, Millersville, Lancaster County, was one of the hardest-hit areas and residents were stunned at the damage. You can watch his full story above.
MILLERSVILLE, PA
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1 Killed, 5 Injured In 4-Vehicle Crash On I-95 In Harford County

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — One person was killed and three more were injured Wednesday in a four-vehicle crash in Harford County, authorities said. Troopers were called to the scene of the crash on Interstate 95 North in Havre de Grace shortly after 6 p.m., Maryland State Police said in a Thursday news release. Based on a preliminary investigation, troopers believe a Toyota Camry was heading north on I-95 when it crossed into the left shoulder and struck the crash attenuator of a Maryland Transportation Authority vehicle. The Toyota ricocheted off the MDTA vehicle and into another lane, where it collided with a Lexus RX350, troopers said. The Toyota was then struck by a tractor trailer. A passenger in the Toyota, 52-year-old Ehsan Ulhaq, died at the scene. The driver, 45-year-old Laila Jan, was flown to Shock Trauma for treatment. Two other Toyota passengers and the MDTA vehicle’s driver and passenger were also hospitalized. The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
HARFORD COUNTY, MD
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A. Duie Pyle trucking makes push to hire veterans

For Independence Day, probably nothing symbolizes the struggle for freedom more than the contribution and sacrifice of veterans. Northeast-based trucking company A. Duie Pyle recognizes that contribution, is inspired by U.S. veterans and makes sure they have jobs when returning from military service. The company employs more than 200 veterans across all levels of the organization.
PARKESBURG, PA
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Body-worn camera video shows deadly encounter between Baltimore County officers, Essex man

(WBFF) — New video released by the Maryland Attorney General's office shows what happened between Baltimore County Police and a man in Essex in May. On May 4, police say they shot and killed 39-year-old Ralph Picarello III. Officers were called to the home at 4 that afternoon. Family members told police that Picarello had been throwing things at someone inside the home.
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For those looking for fireworks to celebrate Independence Day, here are a few July 4th displays you can check out if you haven't nailed anything down. On Monday, July 4th, fireworks will be featured in Hockessin, Newark, and Wilmington, with a variety of activities scheduled. In Hockessin, festivities on July...
WILMINGTON, DE
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Legacy of land in Landenberg

FRANKLIN — Sophie Rodney Pyle Homsey had lived in the rural reaches of Franklin Township, near the village of Landenberg, for more than 30 years. She and her husband kept a small farm with a 19th-century farmhouse, and while they gardened the 15-acre property, she was dedicated to keeping it largely as nature had intended it.
LANDENBERG, PA
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Lancaster YMCA celebrates with golf outing

LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) — On Monday, June 27 the YMCA of the Roses hosted their annual “Without the Y” golf outing to celebrate the Lancaster YMCA’s achievements since almost closing permanently a couple years ago. The event was hosted at the Bent Creek Country Club in...
LANCASTER, PA
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