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Fantastic show The concert at the Troy Fair Wednesday night was over the top. It was fantastic. The best, best, best every really. The Lost Trailers were super, Big and Rich, Cowboy Troy, they were fantastic. What a full night of entertainment. Hat's off (read more)
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The state Department of Transportation and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission have launched trial runs for higher speed limits on a 97-mile stretch of the turnpike and on stretches of a few interstate highways, including I-380 in Northeast Pennsylvani (read more)

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