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POSTED: Tuesday, October 9, 2012, 7:50 AM

Live tweets from this morning as Samantha Pawlucy returns to school. Jonathan Lai is reporting.


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POSTED: Thursday, July 12, 2012, 9:35 AM

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POSTED: Monday, May 21, 2012, 9:59 AM

Inquirer South Jersey bureau reporter Jan Hefler is live tweeting today's sentencing of Dharun Ravi, who was convicted in the Rutgers University webcam spying case of his then-roommate, who later committed suicide. On a mobile device? Click here to follow.


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POSTED: Thursday, March 8, 2012, 10:29 AM

The Philadelphia Inquirer's Miriam Hill and Troy Graham, the Daily News' Catherine Lucey and the folks from It's Our Money are tweeting today's live budget address by Mayor Nutter.


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POSTED: Thursday, October 6, 2011, 8:32 AM

Follow today's tweets on the Occupy Philadephia protest at Dilworth Plaza at City Hall. Also check back here or at Philly.com for updates.

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POSTED: Monday, March 28, 2011, 6:37 PM

A YouTube video of feuding Delaware County police officers is making international headlines at the same time an investigation is under way in the district attorney’s office.

“Get out of Darby, get out of Darby,” Robert Smythe, chief in Darby Borough can be heard yelling at a Colwyn Borough officer while he is being restrained by fellow officers.

On March 18, police from Colwyn and Darby Boroughs responded to a call for a woman who had been beaten. At one point Darby Borough Police Chief Robert Smythe is alleged to have shut a police car door injuring Colwyn Officer Clinton Craddock, according to officials.


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POSTED: Tuesday, June 1, 2010, 6:34 PM
Protestors march down Market Street on Tuesday afternoon to protest the Monday raid on ships attempting to deliver supplies to to Gaza Strip. (Wendy Warren / Philly.com)
A noisy march of people opposed to Israel's action in Gaza briefly closed west Market Street in Philadelphia at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

The marchers - holding signs that read "Free Gaza" and similar slogans - were marching toward City Hall, chanting "Hey hey, ho ho, the occupation has got to go." They were accompanied by police in cruisers and on motorcycles - and by a smaller group of pro-Israel demonstrators, who chanted their own slogans from the sidewalk.

Nine people were killed on Monday when Israeli armed forces stormed a flotilla of ships attempting to deliver supplies to the Gaza Strip.
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POSTED: Monday, March 15, 2010, 5:56 PM

The St. Patrick’s Day Observance Association announced the following awards for the 240th St. Patrick’s Day Parade, which was televised yesterday on The CW Philly:

Hon. James H.J. Tate Award for the group that best exemplified the spirit of the parade: McDade / Cara Championship Dancers

Msgr. Thomas J. Rilley Award for the outstanding fraternal organization: 2nd Street Irish Society

George Costello Award for the organization with the outstanding float in the parade: Cavan Society

Hon. Vincent A. Carroll Award for the outstanding musical unit (excluding grade school bands): Philadelphia Police & Fire, Pipes & Drum Band

Anthony J. Ryan Award for outstanding grade school band: Catholic Elementary Schools Marching Band

Walter Garvin Award for outstanding children's Irish dance group: Rince Ri School of Irish Dance

Marie C. Burns Award for outstanding adult dance group: Tara Gael Dancers

Joseph E. Montgomery Award for outstanding AOH and/or LAOH divisions: All AOH & LAOH Divisions

Joseph J. "Banjo" McCoy Award for outstanding fraternal organization: Cairdeas Irish Brigade

James F. Cawley Parade Director's Award for outstanding organization, selected by the parade director: Cardinal O’Hara High School Marching Band

Father Kevin C. Trautner Award for an outstanding school or religious organization that displays their Irish heritage while promoting Christian values: St. Katherine of Siena N.E. Philadelphia

Maureen McDade McGrory Award for outstanding children's Irish dance group exemplifying the spirit of Irish culture through traditional dance: Coyle School of Irish Dance

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