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OPINION  The holiday season is here. Many take this opportunity to be thankful, share with others, support local small businesses or just be festive. But others are looking at the holidays as a way to try to separate hard-working people from their money by pitching “too good to be true” schemes.

When it comes to local projects, the $1.2 trillion infrastructure project might fund, broadband internet service might be an orphaned child.

On Monday, Oct. 4, users across various social networking platforms were unable to use  Facebook and Instagram. Social media is a huge part of many people’s daily activities, and being shut out was difficult for many.

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If Mark Zuckerberg seems irritable, he has good reason. His Facebook Empire is facing a digital scandal provoked by a former employee turned whistleblower.

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GROVE CITY – After dealing with COVID-19 restrictions and the hospitalization of a staff member, Grove City Community Library’s schedule of fa…