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PHILADELPHIA — The terrorist attack launched against the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, was at least the sixth major military conflict to take place within the commonwealth’s borders.
PHILADELPHIA — Fred Morocco, like hundreds of other individuals, wore a blue ribbon when he visited Penn’s Landing on Saturday morning.
Rep. Keith Rothfus (R-Allegheny) proposed an amendment that would push for greater transparency when government regulations lead to the loss of jobs in certain sectors.
I would like to thank U.S. Rep. Keith Rothfus for being an accessible congressman. He is my fourth congressional representative, and he is by far the most accessible.
JOHNSTOWN — More than three decades ago, probably when moving from one house in Westmont Borough to another, John Burns lost the military medals he earned during World War II.
JOHNSTOWN, CAMBRIA COUNTY--- John Burns served in World War II, more than 30 years ago he lost his medals but was given a new set for his birthday.
SOMERSET — Like most 6-year-olds, Owen Yoder of Boswell wants to do every thing his three siblings and classmates are doing.
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. -- A local World War II veteran was honored Monday as he received his service medals for a second time.