From the Source Archive: August, 2009

N.J. Green Beret killed in Afghanistan

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The Associated Press reports: An Army Green Beret from New Jersey has been killed while on patrol in Afghanistan, the Pentagon says. Staff... Read more

Accident cleared, ramp to Comm. Barry Bridge reopened

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Inquirer staff report: A ramp leading to the Commodore Barry Bridge in New Jersey was closed for nearly 10 hours after a tractor trailer carrying... Read more

Police Commish to honor Kal Rudman for scholarship program

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Inquirer Staff Writer Sam Wood reports: Philanthropist Kal Rudman will be honored by Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey today for... Read more

Good Morning Philadelphia: Strictly for the birds

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Staff photographer Clem Murray reports: A couple of discarded soft pretzels provide a breakfast feast for a flock of sparrows on the Ben Franklin... Read more

Eagles set meeting with animal welfare groups

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Inquirer staff writer Amy Worden reports: The Philadelphia Eagles have called for a meeting with area animal welfare groups Monday to discuss... Read more

Man gunned down in Strawberry Mansion

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Early this morning, a man was fatally shot in the city's Strawberry Mansion section. The victim, about 30 years old, was shot at least... Read more

Coatesville facing financial crisis

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Six months after a spree of high-profile arsons in the Coatesville area ended, another potential crisis looms for the struggling, former steel... Read more

Climate change could make Philadelphia more like Orlando

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Climate Central, a nonprofit educational organization based in Princeton, reports that climate change could make temperatures in Philadelphia... Read more