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Cheers to the West Greene and Southmoreland girls basketball teams for both being perfect during the regular season. Going undefeated is a rare occurrence but to have two area teams accomplish that feat in the same year is quite amazing. The Class 1A Lady Pioneers and the Class 4A Lady Scott…

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With Valentine’s Day nearly upon us (it’s tomorrow, so those of you who forgot have one more day to get it together), it’s hard not to reflect on what the day means and how it’s grown.

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There is no need for concern over Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposal to increase spending by roughly $2 billion — to $36.6 billion — in the 2020-21 fiscal year that begins July 1.

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A bill introduced by area legislator Josh Kail that would disallow state elected officials from running for governor is complete nonsense.

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Cheers to the Waynesburg Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4793, located at 445 E. Lincoln St., which, on February 15, which will host its third annual Valentine’s Day Dinner from 6 to 8 p.m.This event gives veterans and their significant others, as well as the general public, an opportunity to …

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Americans frown on excessive regulations that impose years-long — even decades-long — delays in starting and completing badly needed infrastructure-improvement projects.

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California University of Pennsylvania has finally revealed donations it received from Manheim Corp., the Pittsburgh-based company that built a parking garage on campus that later partially collapsed. 

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According to the National Center on Early Childhood Development, Teaching and Learning, STEAM learning begins from the start for children. In fact, it’s part of their every day activity once they are out of the infant stage.

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Cheers to Caitlin Lawrence of Carmichaels, who is a member of the American Meteorological Society. She attended the organization’s 100th annual conference in Boston, Mass., from January 12 to 16 and, though only her second conference, the society chose her as one of only a few scientists fro…

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Haddon Heights and 11 other public school districts in New Jersey are road-testing a new middle and high school curriculum that includes information about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people and will be rolled out statewide next fall. This welcome development could hold useful l…