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Craig Layne
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Make a plan to come to the Capital Area Cross-River Connection Study Open House on Oct. 22nd from 6-8 p.m. at Lemoyne Borough Hall, 510 Herman Ave.
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Sequestration hits York County Head Start program

Federal spending cuts mean more than 40 York County children will be left out of an early childhood education program.

Sequestration slashed $250,000 from the York County Head Start program designed to help preschoolers in low-income families.

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Facility aims to educate, provide access to Susquehanna

 Improvement work has begun on a facility that aims to improve access to the Susquehanna River while educating visitors.

The Zimmerman Center for Heritage south of Wrightsville in York County is home to the offices of the Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area.

More than $1 million of exterior construction work will add special walkways, a rain garden, a floating dock and other improvements to the riverside property.

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First tenants move into York's Homes at Thackston Park

The first families have moved into a new affordable-housing neighborhood in the city of York.

The Homes at Thackston Park, a 39-unit mixed-income, tax-credit development on the 300 block of West College Avenue, has been in the works for nearly six years.

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Midstate unemployment improves slightly in July

 Unemployment across the commonwealth is holding steady at 7.5 percent, but July's jobless numbers in the midstate are showing slight signs of improvement.

The state Department of Labor and Industry is reporting a mix of hiring in the medical, hospitality and information sectors, while layoffs hit some in government and transportation.

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Beyond the Bio: Former US Open Director Jay Snyder

When Jay Snyder was a high school senior in Selinsgrove, legendary Susquehanna University football coach and athletic director Amos Alonzo Stagg, Jr., came out of his house to talk with Jay and his friends.

"He said, 'you know, when you get old, you're not going to be able to play baseball, you'll never find enough people to play baseball, you can't play football, you can't play basketball,'" Snyder remembers, recalling Stagg's high-pitched voice. "'There are some sports you can play,' he said, 'tennis, golf and bowling.'"

Stagg then gave Snyder a tennis racquet, and the young man got the first taste of a sport where he would become a leader and its top official.

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AAA: More people expected to travel for Labor Day

More people across Pennsylvania are expected to hit the road this Labor Day Weekend.

AAA's annual survey finds a 4.2 percent increase in expected holiday travel for the Mid-Atlantic region, which includes the commonwealth.

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Accident-damaged TMI reactor to be decommissioned in 2034

Three Mile Island's mothballed reactor won't be torn down until its sister unit's lifespan runs out in two decades.

Reactor two was damaged in a partial meltdown in 1979, the worst commercial nuclear power plant accident in American history.

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Sen. Toomey calls for halt to US aid to Egypt

Pennsylvania's Republican US Senator is calling for the suspension of American aid to Egypt after a string of clashes has left some 900 people dead.

Senator Pat Toomey says the US needs to send a clear message it disapproves of the killing of Egyptian civilians in the wake of the military's ouster of former president Mohamed Morsi.
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