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‎Pennsylvania‏ State Police Welcomes 95 New Troopers

The ceremony at Bishop McDevitt High School marked the culmination of 27 weeks of classroom and physical training. Cadet Ryan E. German, from Cumberland County, spoke on behalf of the graduating class.

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HARRISBURG , ‎Pennsylvania‏ | ‎Pennsylvania‏ reveals cyber intrusion in birth , death records | STL.News

They say the investigation found no breach of data. They say no records were found to have been viewed, altered, created or deleted.

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‎Pennsylvania‏ reveals cyber intrusion into vital records

They say the investigation found no breach of data. They say no records were found to have been viewed, altered, created or deleted.

WPXI

PUC Approves Aqua ‎Pennsylvania‏ 's Acquisition of Limerick Wastewater System

Aqua America Inc. (NYSE: WTR) announced today the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission has approved a joint settlement agreement previously reached between Aqua and the state Office of Consumer Advocate in June, that now allows Aqua Pennsylvania to close its purchase of Limerick Township’s wastewa

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‎Pennsylvania‏ 's state universities are raising tuition again

The system says tuition will rise from $7,492 to $7,716 for most full-time Pennsylvania residents, who account for nearly 90 percent of the system's students.

WTAE.COM

‎Pennsylvania‏ college students facing tuition increases

“What do we want? College for all! When do we want it? Now!,” the students with the Pennsylvania Student Power Network sang.

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Official ice cream trail instated in ‎Pennsylvania‏

The "Pennsylvania Pursue Your Scoops Ice Cream Trail" was brought about by a partnership between the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, the Pennsylvania Tourism Office, PA Preferred, and the Center for Dairy Excellence.

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‎Pennsylvania‏ prosecutor vows to protect abortion rights

Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala says there's concern that approval of President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, could result in the landmark decision's reversal.

AP