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Pennsylvania lawmakers still are trying to think of ways to undo the Legislature’s shortsightedness and narrow-mindedness when they passed a law in October 2017 to abandon what was then the commonwealth’s archaic, overly restrictive fireworks rules.

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Cheers to the Perry Township supervisors who were instrumental in bringing a Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall to the area. Supervisors obtained an $8,500 tourism grant and then budgeted the remainder of the funding needed to bring the traveling memorial to Perryopolis. The replica is smaller …

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If you drove through the Five Corners intersection of Uniontown on Saturday, you were bombarded with kindness. It came in the form of signs and small gifts, and in hugs and genuine listening.

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On a normal day, social media is filled with the typical offerings – pictures of vacation, shared memes about another Monday morning, detailed descriptions of last night’s dinner, videos of the baby’s first steps and so forth.

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Cheers to the city of Monongahela, awash in red, white and blue for its 250th birthday celebration. The festivities kicked off Thursday at Chess Park with a veterans tribute and the opening of a time capsule that was buried 50 years ago. Additional activities are scheduled throughout the wee…

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The mishandling and misuse of consumer data has become one of the defining issues of the digital age. And so recent actions against the credit bureau Equifax and the social media giant Facebook were seen as a significant opportunity to set a course toward more meaningful accountability, secu…

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Federal regulators should continue their current push for more consistent labeling to help consumers identify when food should no longer be kept for consumption.

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Cheers to Robert Stein of Uniontown who was recently honored by the state and the Fayette County Fair board as the 2019 Friend of the Fair. The honor is awarded by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture to recognize individuals for their work and dedication to the local state fairs. Stei…

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The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is using valid arguments trying to justify the 6 percent toll increase scheduled to go into effect at 12:01 a.m. Jan. 5 on all sections and extensions except three western Pennsylvania “cashless” toll facilities.