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Even as a Reuters study stated Sunoco as ranking third-worst among pipeline companies for incidents from 2010 to 2017, a Public Utilities Commission administrative law judge Tuesday ruled against an attempt to shut Mariner East 2 down and halt operations on an existing line.

Cold temperatures will continue through midweek. A fresh coating of snow is likely overnight tonight. Milder air will return to the region later in the week with rain to start the weekend.

The Progress is happy to announce the birthdays of area residents, but many times the information is received too late for publication. Names and birthdays must be received at least two days before the birthday.

The Grampian Lions Club held its eighth annual children’s Christmas festival Saturday Dec. 8 at the Grampian Cen-Clear Child Services Center, the former Penn-Grampian Elementary School.

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MORRISDALE — Graham Township Supervisors on Monday voted to enact a 1.3-mill real estate tax to support the local fire companies.

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Temple University professor Marc Lamont Hill, under fire for comments he made that were viewed as anti-Semitic, will not be punished by the school and “remains a member of the staff.”

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The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority recently received a $15 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation for improvements to the Market-Frankford Line's 30th Street Station.

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Johnson C. Smith University — a private, historically Black college in Charlotte, North Carolina — had its accreditation reaffirmed and it has been removed from probationary status, according to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, the school's accrediting agency.

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Bill Merrill, of Berlin, reports that he was contacted by a scammer on his phone.

Ninety percent of public and private higher education institutions in the U.S. restrict the speech of their faculty and students, according to a new report produced by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE).