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When I worked at the Big House, all visitors were required to show photo identification before entry into the prison. When I am stopped by a policeman, I am required to submit my driver’s license with photo for identification. When I go to an...
What Pennsylvania’s State Department calls a “safety net” photo identification card is now available to certain registered voters. The card, which is being rolled out Monday and Tuesday at PennDOT centers, was developed in response to...
Columbia Gas of Maryland is alerting its customers, and the general public, to a nationwide scam designed to elicit personal information and account numbers through a bogus offer of an “Obama Energy Credit.” Utilizing personal calls, computer...
About one-third of Pennsylvania’s 8.3 million voters are unaware of the new state photo ID law that takes effect on Election Day and at least 1 million voters lack the documents they need to take to the polls for their votes to count, lawyers...
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email@example.comDennis Miller’s sisters said he often would go somewhere to drink for a while; they wouldn’t see him for a day or two. “He was an alcoholic, but he didn’t stay drunk,” said his twin sister, Dianne Miller. He would stay...
Associated PressA Pennsylvania judge on Wednesday refused to stop a tough new voter identification law from going into effect, which Democrats say will suppress votes among President Barack Obama’s supporters. Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson said he...
Anna’s Paperworks GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Anna’s Paperworks relocated to a larger space on the Greencastle square in April. The shop, at 27 Center Square, is owned by Denise Urban. The shop offers paper, stationery and paper crafts, as...
A federal judge Friday sentenced a Dominican Republic citizen to 3 1/2 years in prison for twice fraudulently trying to obtain a U.S. passport through the Hagerstown Post Office, the Maryland U.S. Attorney’s Office said. U.S. District Judge...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you could outsmart cancer, would you do it? What if you were told it would only take a few minutes of your time and it could save your life? It's possible through screenings — the best weapons in the early detection of a wide scope of cancers....
email@example.comThe dwindling number of GOP presidential candidates and the sparse number of Democrats running for office led to diminished voter turnout Tuesday in Franklin County, Pa. About 27 percent of registered Republicans and 16 percent of registered Democrats...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe second day of Darrell Hicks’ murder trial in Washington County Circuit Court began with the defense and state sparring over whether a defense line of questioning opened the door to the jury hearing a suppressed statement by Hicks in which he...
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