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Ms. Zemprelli was most well known for her stints during the 1940s as a spokesmodel for Pennsylvania Telephone Co. and Rinso Detergent.
A lifelong teacher of music, Michael Abelson liked to keep people on their toes with his dry sense of humor.
He also was a writer and poet, becoming the first deaf professor at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
His death was announced by the space agency, which did not say where he died or specify the cause.
Con man may have conned court for another con man.
He urged the three presidents to persuade citizens not to undertake the perilous journey to the United States.
Palestinian protests spread across West Bank, while U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry fails to win lasting halt to Gaza fighting.
Moscow’s intent appears to be to reverse gains by Kiev’s forces in rebel-held territory.
Updates to the state’s Right to Know law could be in the works in Harrisburg when legislators return in the fall.
Scranton detectives seek a man who traveled to Scranton from Tennessee to have sex with a 14-year-old girl he met on Facebook.
Long Island man has helped nation by recording weather since 1930.
A night at PNC Park is but one highlight of a first summer in Pittsburgh.
So, did Governor Corbett cut state spending on education? Or did he increase it? Well, it depends. Education is the most