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Allentown, Pa. -- Based on customer feedback, PPL Electric has launched a new customer bill design intended to be easier to read. Beginning in August, PPL bills now include information about which company supplies electricity and rate comparisons to PPL's default service; though PPL delivers electricity, Pennsylvanians can shop around for a preferred supplier.

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ST. JOHNSBURY — A man deemed too dangerous to return to his most recent Northeast Kingdom Human Services-monitored residence in Burke remains jailed following a decision that he does not have a mental illness.