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Bailey returns after two years Andrew Bailey, a graduate of Paul VI High School in Haddon Township, made his first appearance in the majors since July 12, 2013, when he pitched in relief for the New York Yankees on Wednesday against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.
Mike Jensen: West Chester's Tim Brown, was declared ineligible by the NCAA last week, basically out of eligibility.
Sprung from jail, reality show judge has ax to grind; announces comeback show.
Immigrants must be viewed through the Catholic lens of compassion.
From would-be cardinal to rock-star church chronicler.
Sam Donnellon: The first is drawing penalties, while the second is avoiding them.
Trudy Rubin's Worldview column does not appear today.
When Evolve IP formed in 2007, the cloud was not a familiar technology term. To many, it was the stuff of Joni Mitchell's "ice cream castles in the air."
The developer of the luxury Parke Place townhouse project in the 1300 block of Bainbridge Street has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection but says he remains "100 percent committed" to completing the work there.
From the column archives. Question: I recently learned we are pregnant with our third baby, the same gender as the other two. Husband is very disappointed that we aren't having his gender preference, and I am, too, a bit, but mostly trying to stay positive.
Sandra Bullock, 51, is dating a dude named Bryan Randall, People asserts.
Managers at Saks Fifth Avenue in Bala Cynwyd's menswear department asked its New York office to send over extra pairs of distressed PRPS Jeans, Giuseppi Zanotti high-tops, and belts with prestigious logos such as Versace, Ferragamo, and MCM for this weekend.
YOU'D THINK if anyone would know not to leap to conclusions about a major criminal case - especially based in little or no evidence - it would be high-ranking law-enforcement officials in a major city.
Opinions are swirling about the pope's upcoming Philly visit for the World Meeting of Families - what will happen, what may happen, what should happen?
Mike Jensen: West Chester's Tim Brown, was declared ineligible by the NCAA last week, basically out of eligibility.
The developer of the luxury Parke Place townhouse project in the 1300 block of Bainbridge Street has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection but says he remains "100 percent committed" to completing the work there.
When Evolve IP formed in 2007, the cloud was not a familiar technology term. To many, it was the stuff of Joni Mitchell's "ice cream castles in the air."
Jeff McLane: Here's one man's early roster projection for the Eagles.
Trudy Rubin's Worldview column does not appear today.
Sam Donnellon: The first is drawing penalties, while the second is avoiding them.
Bob Brookover: MLB promoted the game between the Phils and Mets as a confrontation between aces.
From would-be cardinal to rock-star church chronicler.
Immigrants must be viewed through the Catholic lens of compassion.
Sprung from jail, reality show judge has ax to grind; announces comeback show.
Bailey returns after two years Andrew Bailey, a graduate of Paul VI High School in Haddon Township, made his first appearance in the majors since July 12, 2013, when he pitched in relief for the New York Yankees on Wednesday against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.
From throwback paint-schemes to Hall of Fame guests, NASCAR celebrates famed track's return to Labor Day weekend.
Paul Domowitch: Zach Ertz was supposed to have supplanted Brent Celek as the starting tight end by now.
David Murphy: Colleges supposedly are about the betterment of their students, but college football is motivated only by profits.
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