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Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Teenagers as young as 15 can purchase the emergency contraceptive without a prescription.
The treasurer's office will stay open late on April 30.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Congress isn't allowing the change.
The original repair estimate was $10,000.
Government, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
Good Friday is March 29. Easter is March 31.
Government, Volunteers in the News, The Neighborhood Files
Veterans of all generations are asked to take this survey, but especially post-9/11 veterans.
Last year, a Keystone Oaks student from Dormont placed third in this competition. Winning artwork will be showcased in U.S. capitol.
Whole Foods, townhomes and more are part of a master plan for the corner of Route 19 and Fort Couch Road.
Government, Business, Awareness
Consumers should inspect their infant recliner seats.
Government, Schools, Business
The Port Authority and the University of Pittsburgh reached an agreement for the next five years.
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