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The reloadable plastic smart cards are intended to eliminate the need for paper passes and tickets, according to the Port Authority of Allegheny County.
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The voluntary recall involves Nesquik powder only — no other products, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
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From our storm central to our mobile versions, Patch's network in Western Pennsylvania has you covered during Sandy.
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National Hurricane Center forecasters warn against underestimating Hurricane Sandy. In Western PA, residents now are under a high wind warning as well as a flood watch.
The recent outcry over the ammonia-treated meat filler dubbed "pink slime" is cited by a Pennsylvania-based beef company in its bankruptcy filing Monday. Some experts say the product is safe to eat. What do you think?
Volunteers in the News, Business
For every listing claimed by a local business during March, we will donate $5 in Patch advertising to the food bank that serves southwestern Pennsylvania.
Despite today's announcement that the 911th Airlift Wing will close due to budget cuts, local and regional officials say they will work to keep the base open.
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