Monday, October 20, 2014
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A divided Pennsylvania Supreme Court is expected early this week to decide what to do about one of its justices caught up in the scandal over pornographic e-mails sent among state employees.
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As more shoppers stay home and buy by phone, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has killed plans to keep opening new U.S. stores at the rate of more than one a day, and is instead building high-tech warehouses that ship straight to consumers, including one with help from a Pennsylvania tax break.
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BUCKS COUNTY Artist shares his goal to connect with others DOYLESTOWN Nigerian artist Ibiyinka Alao, winner of the United Nations award in art, visited Delaware Valley College and the Doylestown Rotary Club recently to discuss opportunities for art-focused events at the college and for local residents.
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Under the bright lights of Bucks and Montgomery County stadiums over the decades, Charles "Bud" Hollenbach could be found stalking the sidelines as an offensive backfield coach for the Pennridge High Rams and later cheering on the team as a passionate fan.
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As president of Moore College of Art and Design, Cecelia Fitzgibbon manages a budget of $20.2 million and a staff of 177.
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CHESTER COUNTY Oxford's historic district receives official recognition OXFORD The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission last week officially certified the historical significance of the Oxford Borough historic district.
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Voters heading to the polls in November will decide a question that's been a familiar presence on state ballots: how to pay for open space.
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DELAWARE COUNTY Developers will make case for plan to build houses CONCORD TWP. Developers seeking to build houses on open space in Concord Township will make their case to the township Planning Commission Monday night.
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LOWER MERION A proposal to demolish the former William Penn Inn has been tabled until November while development plans are reworked.