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Pennsylvania Township splits $1 million surplus with residents

A Pennsylvania town with more money than it anticipated from increased property tax collection has decided to give the dividends to residents. Middletown Township in Langhorne sent 14,361 checks for $68 each to all owners of properties with structures on them. Efforts to keep town expenses down while increasing delinquent-tax collection led to more money […]

Florida Georgia Line Releasing New Music Friday [watch]

Florida Georgia Line revealed  that they are dropping a new song on Friday. The tweet contained a sample of the new track, which will be the duo’s third song from their upcoming album, following lead single ‘Simple’ and bonus track ‘Colorado.’ No word yet when the album will be released. NEW SONG OUT FRIDAY pic.twitter.com/fxKZdvJTxC […]

Pennsylvania police receive traffic ticket 44 years overdue [watch]

The envelope contained a Minersville parking ticket issued in 1974, $5 and a short note. The letter reads: “Dear PD, I’ve been carrying this ticket around for 40 plus years. Always intending to pay. Forgive me if I don’t give you my info. With respect, Dave.” Combs said the ticket was only $2, so $3 […]