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Of 28 major metropolitan areas, only one U.S. mass-transit agency — New York's — had higher total operating expenses per revenue-hour for buses in 2016 ... [Read More]
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Breaking barriers  and honoring a historic hero with a statue in York. "Interestingly he would sacrifice all of that to help strangers is what really makes him inspiring," said Carol Kauffman, community development director, Crispus Attucks Association. His name was William C. [Read More]
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In 1927, folks in the Fresno, California area went down to the local cinema to learn how to use those new-fangled dial telephones that everybody was talking about. This is the charming footage, a combo of live action and cartoons, created by the American Telephone and Telegraph Co. (AT&T) that they saw 91 years ago. The AT&T Archives writes: In 1922, New York City was introduced to dial. The first popularized dial telephone was a desk set candlestick model; the smaller, more familiar desk set came later. It took decades for dial to sweep the... [Read More]
Two New York City men were awaiting arraignment on marijuana possession charges this morning in Westmoreland County after state troopers pulled over a rental car ... [Read More]
BC-BBM--Atlantic League Glance Atlantic League By The Associated Press At A Glance All Times EDT Freedom Division W L Pct. GB Southern Maryland 0 0 000 —... [Read More]
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Movie producer Harvey Weinstein is expected to turn himself in on sex-abuse related charges in New York City, a source familiar with the case says. Jonathan Dienst reports. [Read More]
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La Salle sold 22 artworks at a New York auction in April. [Read More]
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The teacher who tackled a shooter at Noblesville West Middle School and swatted the gun away was identified by numerous parents and students as  seventh grade science teacher and middle school football coach Jason Seaman, according to WXIN. A seventh grader who was in the classroom where the shooting took place told WXIN the students were in class when the suspect asked to be excused. He later returned with two handguns and opened fire. Students said a 13-year-old girl... [Read More]
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The state Superior Court upheld the convictions of former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane on Friday. Kane, 51, was found guilty by a jury nearly two years ago for perjury and leaking grand jury information. The three-judge Superior Court panel rejected a number of arguments made by Kane. Kane, the first female and Democrat elected attorney general in Pennsylvania, claimed that the Montgomery County judges were biased against her, improperly denied her motion to quash charges and was... [Read More]
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A scenic bridge in rural York County has been renamed to honor a fallen soldier. [Read More]
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Northern York County Regional Police are investigating burglaries that happened at two Manchester Township businesses. [Read More]
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Police are looking for a man who skipped out on his DUI-sentencing in March and fled from officers during a traffic stop in Harrisburg. On March 29, Harrisburg Police assisted Perry County Probation in serving a warrant for Jeremy Orwan, who failed to appear in court for DUI-sentencing, according to police. Orwan, 32, was not at the residence but officers observed him in his vehicle in the area of North 6th and Maclay Streets, police say. A traffic... [Read More]
York police have named a person they want to question in a fatal shooting investigation. [Read More]
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WATCH FOR THUNDERSTORMS It's a quiet, warm evening with a few clouds in the sky.  Temperatures are warm in the 80s until the sun sets then they fall through the 70s.  By morning, readings are in the middle and upper 60s under partly cloudy skies.  While most of Saturday is dry, keep a heads up during the afternoon and evening for thunderstorms.  They are not expected to be widespread, so many areas may stay rain free.  The heat and humidity... [Read More]
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A Johnstown plastic surgeon who billed Medicaid and private insurers for cancer treatments - even when the growths were not cancerous - pleaded guilty to two felony counts of Medicaid and insurance fraud, according to Attorney General Josh Shapiro. Dr. Daniel R. Nevarre, 58, waived his preliminary hearing and was sentenced to six to 23 months of house arrest, followed by three years of probation, Shaprio said in a press release. Nevarre was the owner and operator of... [Read More]
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BAD APPLE: Bill De Blasio Trashes NFL's 'UN-AMERICAN' Protest Ban Hyper-liberal New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio predictably blasted the National Football League's new rules regarding player protests Friday, calling NFL's decision to ban the demonstrations "un-American." De Blasio was speaki... [Read More]
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Pittsburgh-born actress Tamara Tunie has a full plate these days. Over Mother's Day weekend, she debuted "Jazzland In Concert" at the Harlem School of the Arts in New York. [Read More]
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The fire that consumed a box truck in an alley behind the 400 block of High Street in Hanover Thursday night was been ruled a case of arson, according to a York Daily Record report. The truck had been sitting in the owner's backyard for about 10 years, Hanover Area Fire & Rescue Chief Tony Clousher told the Daily Record. The fire was spotted by neighbors. The truck was fully engulfed in flames by the time fire crews... [Read More]
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GLEN ROCK, York County — The sheltering operation in support of those displaced by the roof collapse of the School House apartment building in Glen Rock last week has been suspended, according to South Central York County Emergency Management Coordinator Stanton Walters. All of the displaced families have found either permanent housing, or are in temporary housing with a path to permanent housing, Walters said Friday in a press release. As a result, the shelter is no longer needed. The... [Read More]
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YORK — A 19-year-old man is wanted for questioning in the investigation related to the shooting death of Philip Banks on May 21, the York City Police Department announced Friday in a news release. Police described Trayquan Robinson, a York resident, as a person of interest. Banks was shot and killed around 4 p.m. Monday in the first block of North Franklin Street. Police said that the 20-year-old was targeted. The community mourned the loss of Banks Tuesday. Anyone with information... [Read More]
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