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HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission and the state Department of Transportation today announced additional stretches of the interstate network that will be posted with 70 mph speed limits.

UNIVERSITY PARK — Blue “A Future to Believe In” signs blanketed Rec Hall as more than 6,000 seats were filled in Happy Valley Tuesday night.

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It took nine months, but the Commonwealth learned yesterday that Gov. Tom Wolf relented from previous remarks and said he would not veto the most recent state budget.

Pennsylvania’s epic budget stalemate ended Wednesday as the Democratic governor backed off his latest veto threat, leaving slivers of his once-ambitious agenda intact after nine months of part…

Average retail gasoline prices in the state have fallen 1.8 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $1.87/gallon yesterday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 5,269 gas outlets in Pe…

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Franklin W. Wilson, 42, of Clearfield/Lawrence Township, who was charged with 1,215 counts of child abuse for sexually abusing six girls — starting in 2001 and lasting until 2015 — reached a plea agreement with the commonwealth on Tuesday.

Mary Jean Miller, 52, of Houtzdale, who was accused of allegedly stealing $56,374 from her former employer, has waived her right to a preliminary hearing before District Judge Richard Ireland …

State police at Clearfield

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Ralph T. Brown, 29, of Clearfield, who beat a puppy to death in February, was sentenced to serve nine months to three years in state prison by President Judge Fredric J. Ammerman yesterday at …

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Brian L. Schaffer, 44, of Luthersburg, who recently was found guilty at a jury trial of involuntary manslaughter and drug delivery charges in the death of a DuBois woman, was sentenced to serv…

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CURWENSVILLE — Will Myers tossed five shutout innings, Justin Fedder had four hits and the Clearfield baseball team picked up a 13-0 win over host Curwensville on Tuesday afternoon.

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PHILIPSBURG — Placekicking runs in the Boumerhi family.

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PHILIPSBURG — With four games this week, Philipsburg-Osceola head coach Doug Sankey needs his pitchers to go the distance.

PITTSBURGH — Clearfield senior Nate Lash has been selected to play in the 2016 Pennsylvania Football Scholastic Coaches Association East-West Game, which will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. at Cuppl…

RIDGWAY — The Curwensville softball team committed five errors in a 7-2 loss to Johnsonburg on Wednesday afternoon.

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SMITHMILL — A couple of years ago, Dale and Sasha Frailey of Ansonville were looking for a “life change.”

A number of Hallmark Heritage shops across the state will soon be closing their doors, including one that has had a presence in the Clearfield Mall for more than 35 years.

The Clearfield Revitalization Corporation and Primitive Stars held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday to celebrate the opening of the new business located at 103 N. Third Street next to Zalno’s Jewelers.

While most new moms know that a baby will change their world, few are prepared for the emotional and physical challenges that follow childbirth. Women are often embarrassed or ashamed to talk about the less attractive side of giving birth—postpartum anxiety, anger and hormonal imbalances, and physical pain and loss of strength—leaving new moms feeling unprepared and alone in their postpartum distress. While these issues are more commonly discussed than they used to be, there continue to be misconceptions that need to be addressed.

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Students and parents at Spencerport and Wheatland-Chili are joining running groups filled with other passionate runners.

PE tacher and students strap on snowshoes and hit the frozen trails.

Student stress and anxiety is real, and it's important that parents take time to help children cope.

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How to spot and knock out the factors causing horrific headaches.

Following my bridal shower last weekend, I feel like I’ve hit a wall when it comes to wedding planning.

Today is one of my favorite sporting days of the year. At noon, my world pretty much stops. Why is that?

Presidential debate moderators would perform a public service if they ask the candidates — in both parties — to publicly state their positions regarding U.S. missile defenses.

Democrats trash businesses. But if businesses promised things the way politicians do, the owners would be jailed for fraud. It’s not legal to promise more than you can deliver.