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Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign Underway

A Salvation Army official tells Radio PA News more than eighty cents of every dollar we donate to their annual Red Kettle Campaign goes directly to the agency’s client services. The familiar kettles are once again being manned by volunteers at shopping centers, supermarkets and many sidewalk locations.  Money raised through the Red Kettle Campaign…

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State Gets Federal Grant To Help Veterans Enter The Teaching Field

Pennsylvania has been awarded a federal grant to help military veterans who want to enter the education field. The $275,000 grant will be funneled through the state’s Department of Education as part of the federal Troops for Teachers program.  Deputy state Education Secretary Noe Ortega told Radio PA News it is designed to give veterans…

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State’s REAL I-D’s Won’t Be Available Until 2019, But PennDOT Urges Preparation

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has officially announced what state officials had already been telling the media – that the state will not have federally-compliant REAL-ID driver’s licenses and identification cards available until the spring of 2019. But, PennDOT is urging state residents to begin their preparations in making sure the proper identifying documents…

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Penn State’s Moorhead Takes Head Coaching Job At Mississippi State

Penn State’s football team has lost its offensive coordinator. Joe Moorhead was introduced Wednesday as the new head coach at Mississippi State.  Moorhead will replace nine-year MSU coach Dan Mullen, who accepted the head coaching position at Florida last weekend. After going 38-13 with three playoff appearances in four years as head coach at Fordham,…

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Kang Cut In Dominican Ball

South Korean news agencies are reporting that Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Jung Ho Kang has been cut by his team in the Dominican Winter League. Kang was batting only .143 in 24 games, and had struck out 31 times.  Sources, including the Yohap News Agency, have reported that Kang was released by team Aguilas Cibaenas. Kang…

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Oil City’s Christmas Past Weekend Begins Thursday

The annual Christmas Past weekend in Oil City will begin Thursday (Nov. 30) with caroling and the lighting of the community Christmas tree at 5:30 PM on the city’s North Side, and a 7:00 PM Christmas concert at the Free Methodist Church on Wilson Avenue. Friday’s activities will include Santa’s Playland at Christ Episcopal Church…

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Four Traffic Deaths In Pennsylvania During Thanksgiving Travel Period

The Pennsylvania State Police say four deaths and 209 injuries were recorded in the 981 crashes their troopers investigated during the five-day Thanksgiving travel period from last Wednesday through Sunday. The numbers represented fifty more crash investigations than during the same travel weekend last year, but two fewer fatalities. The PSP says 85 of the…

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Murray Goes To Injured List; Pens Recall DeSmith From Wilkes-Barre/Scranton

The Pittsburgh Penguins have placed starting goaltender Matt Murray on the injured reserve list with a “lower body imjury.” Murray appeared to have injured his right leg in the second period of Pittsburgh’s 5-4 overtime victory over Philadelphia on Monday night.  Penguins coach Mike Sullivan referred to Murray’s status as “week-to-week.” The Pens have recalled…

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Cochranton Beer Distributor Damaged By Fire

A State Police fire marshal was investigating the cause of a Tuesday morning fire that caused substantial damage to a beer distributorship on Route 322 in Cochranton. Seven fire companies responded to the scene shortly before 7:00 AM Tuesday.  Officials say it appeared that the fire began in a garage and spread toward the roof…

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Pennsylvania Bear Harvest Down 30 Percent; Opening Day Rain Blamed

The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s preliminary report indicates that the state’s four-day bear season brought in 1,796 bears this year, a thirty percent decline from last year when the fifth-highest total ever was recorded. Officials say extensive rain on the opening day of the season led, in part, to the drop. The 2017 data does not…

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