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Hospital wants judge to seal records in case

A Pennsylvania hospital wants a judge to seal all records and issue a gag order in a long-running wrongful death suit that alleges hospital officials altered the medical records of a 44-year-old man...

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Ginsburg Vacancy: Battle begins to fill her seat

WASHINGTON — A second Republican senator came out in opposition to filling a vacant Supreme Court seat before the Nov.

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SRU hosting virtual Sunset Serenade

SLIPPERY ROCK — Sunset Serenade, the annual fundraising event that supports Slippery Rock University’s Storm Harbor Equestrian Center, will saddle up virtually this year.

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Grove City hospital offers testing

GROVE CITY — AHN Grove City Hospital, 631 N. Broad St. Ext., will offer convenient outpatient flu/COVID/RSV testing, beginning Oct. 5.

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Militias in Pennsylvania

Groups calling themselves constitutional militia have primarily stayed hidden, but this year, they're out to patrol demonstrations or rally at the state capital demanding the reopening of businesses

Two people stand behind a wall near an entrance to the Gettysburg National Cemetery at Gettysburg National Military Park on the Fourth of July.

GETTYSBURG — Bob Gardner packed up his military gear and firearms on the Fourth of July and headed south to Gettysburg for a battle.

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Community

'Freezin' for a Reason'

'Freezin' for a Reason'

Organizers dubbed Saturday's ninth annual Riding for the Cure motorcycle ride “Freezin' for a Reason” because of the unseasonably low temperatures before its 11 a.m. start.

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Today's Verse

"But what about you?" he asked, "Who do you say I am?" Peter answered, "The Christ of God," - Luke 9:20

Chuckle of the Day

Successful people know that anything worth doing is worth doing for money.

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Editorial

New building could draw volunteers for fire district

The Harmony Fire District discussed plans last week for a new building to address an immediate issue for its emergency volunteers — a lack of space.

9/21/2020 Our Opinion 0 comments

Not Real News

FILE - In this Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020 file photo, Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden steps off a plane at Tampa International Airport in Tampa, Fla., on a visit for campaign events. On Friday, Sept. 18, 2020, The Associated Press reported on stories circulating online incorrectly asserting a video of Biden deplaning here shows him waving to an empty field. An Associated Press reporter traveling with Biden on Tuesday confirmed he was waving to firefighters and other ground personnel outside the frame of the video.

Some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the past week. None of these are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media.

9/21/2020 Other Voices 0 comments

Dog abuse needs punished

I see that the case against John Riordan, who took a sledgehammer to a dog, has surfaced. Punishment seems to be the issue.

9/19/2020 Letters to the Editor 0 comments

Using facial screening in hiring is risky business

Artificial intelligence has been on the rise in workplaces for at least the past decade. From consumer algorithms to quantum computing, AI’s uses have grown in type and scope.

9/19/2020 Other Voices 0 comments

How to handle family, friends with different views

A good friend says no to an outdoor barbecue. Your uncle doesn’t stop by when he passes your town en route to a vacation. A friend fails to mask up in your car.

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