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Now, this is how Fantasy 5's usually pay out: Two players Saturday night hit for $136,168.74. The winning tickets were sold in Hollywood, at 7-Eleven, 4112 S. Ocean Drive; and in Jupiter at a Publix on 6330 W. Indiantown Road. Both were quick picks....
Nancy Brant Malcolm, 72, of Hampden Township, Camp Hill, died Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2012 at Holy Spirit Hospital, East Pennsboro Township. Nancy was born Nov. 6, 1939 in Rockwood, the daughter of Homer Delbert and Edna Benford Brant. She graduated from...
The phrase “green on blue attacks” is a reference to when members of the Afghan forces turn on Western troops. As of late these incidents are becoming a growing concern as dozens of service members have already been killed. In fact Tuesday...
Staff reporterAbout 100 Pennsylvania National Guard Troops and their families gathering this morning to say their goodbyes at Fort Indiantown Gap in Lebanon County. They're leaving for a yearlong deployment to Afghanistan. Children, husbands, wives, and friends all...
Staff reporterIf ever you thought your life was like a zoo, think again. The zookeepers at ZooAmerica in Dauphin County are busy tending to over 200 animals from eagles to elk. Their daily rituals include feeding and tending to the animals to make sure they prosper...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Conservation
Daily American InternCadets visited the Pennsylvania National Guard Armory to learn about equipment used in the military Wednesday afternoon. The visit was part of Somerset County Camp Cadet, a weeklong program that introduces 13- to 15-year-olds to the type of...
Lehigh Valley WildJerry Feaser of the Pennsylvanai Game Commission reports the following: As Pennsylvania hunters and trappers begin purchasing their 2011-12 licenses (as of Monday, June 11), Pennsylvania Game Commission teams of land managers, foresters and Food and Cover...
Staff reporterFirefighters in Lebanon County spent the early morning hours fighting a large fire at a barracks buidling on the grounds of Fort Indiantown Gap. The fire burned through the building that normally houses troops. No soldiers were living in the quarters at...
Maryland National Guard Sgt. Darren Lebowitz is leaving soon for Afghanistan as many U.S. troops return home. Lebowitz, who has served three tours in Iraq, volunteered for the mission. "I'm a glutton for punishment," he said as he trained Tuesday at...
For Deacon Emile Ambroise, helping his fellow Haitian-Americans was a family affair. He often brought his wife and four children with him to help serve, teach and counsel. "We all contributed," said daughter Mathilde Ambroise, a marriage and family...
Sun SentinelMany of South Florida's low-income families don't have bank or credit union accounts. The United Ways of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties want to change that to help prevent many families from wasting hard-earned money. Consumers often end up...
ReporterHundreds of people attended a Memorial Day ceremony at Ft. Indiantown Gap National Cemetery Sunday afternoon. "I think it was very important to have this ceremony today, to honor those who did die," said Phyllis Lamar. Lamar attended the ceremony in...
Tags: Human Interest, Memorial Day
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