Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Tuesday -- Are Bad Fire Hydrants Often Unnoticed?

Bad fire hydrants often go ignored in the city.

Tuesday -- Are Bad Fire Hydrants Often Unnoticed?

Bad fire hydrants often go ignored in the city.

Philly Police Chief Bill Colarulo was expected to be named head of Radnor Township's Police Department last night.

NoLibs residents say they didn't get any warning that the city was selling vacant lots used as community gardens.

Victims of an apartment fire in West Philadelphia want to look for belongings before the building is demolished.

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