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Tuesday's DN: Mummers' warehouse goes up in flames

The Fralinger String Band's storage facility, where they were keeping tens of thousands of dollars worth of props for the upcoming New Year's Day parade, caught fire in a four-alarm blaze Monday afternoon.

Tuesday's DN: Mummers' warehouse goes up in flames

The Fralinger String Band's storage facility, where they were keeping tens of thousands of dollars worth of props for the upcoming New Year's Day parade, caught fire in a four-alarm blaze Monday afternoon.

Mafia turncoat "Crazy Phil" Leonetti talks about life in the family business in a tell-all book.

Montgomery County authorities accused a man of killing a high-school student while driving drunk and then conspiring with his sober passenger to make it seem like he wasn't at the wheel.

And the People Paper's editorial board takes a look at Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayer's plan to rotate senior firefighters across the city.

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