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Penny Marshall, actress and director, dead at 75
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Gov. Wolf frees Chester County man sentenced to 122 years on drug charges, weighs more acts of clemency

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Mo’ne Davis will attend Hampton University to play softball

Mo'ne Davis' career on the diamonds will continue on in college.

Miss America shops competition to other cities after Atlantic City ends funding

After Atlantic City ended its funding, the Miss America Organization is looking elsewhere for a home.

Judge ends suit over death caused when beach sand collapsed

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