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Special Coverage: Hurricane Sandy

Pa. band raises money for Hurricane Sandy relief

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The bigger the audience, the bigger the effort. Midstate musicians Wendy and Reese Crane are playing gigs to collect supplies and raise awareness of Hurricane Sandy relief aid. More>>

Power returning in Pa. after Hurricane Sandy

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Utility crews continue to make progress in returning electricity to Pennsylvanians who lost power during Hurricane Sandy. More>>

PennDOT: 16 road closures remain Friday afternoon

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The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation reported 16 state road closures in south-central Pennsylvania Friday afternoon following Hurricane Sandy. More>>

Pa. EMS workers to assist NJ with Hurricane Sandy recovery

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Governor Tom Corbett met Friday with 50 emergency medical services workers who were on their way to help New Jersey residents with their Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts. More>>

Corbett: hurricane deductibles will not be applied to Sandy-related claims

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Governor Tom Corbett has announced that Pennsylvania homeowners will not have to pay hurricane deductibles on insurance claims stemming from damage caused by Hurricane Sandy. More>>

12 Pa. deaths linked to Hurricane Sandy

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The death of an 86-year-old Berks County man is the 12th linked to Hurricane Sandy in Pennsylvania and the fourth storm-related fatality caused by carbon monoxide poisoning from generator fumes. More>>

Lancaster County

200 people allowed back in homes near Speedwell Forge

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About 200 people living downstream of Speedwell Forge Lake in Lancaster County have been given the all-clear to return to their homes. More>>

York County

Route 74 bridge reopened in Dover Township

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PennDOT said its inspection crews have checked out the bridge that carries Route 74 over the Little Conewago Creek in Dover Township, York County and have given their okay to reopen it. More>>

Dauphin County

Tree trimmers keep busy after Hurricane Sandy

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Professional tree trimmers are keeping very busy after the October Superstorm. More>>

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