Monday, September 1, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

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Motorists would be wise to avoid the Ben Franklin Parkway and Art Museum areas today, as numerous roads are closed so crews can clean up following the...
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An argument in Bristol Township between brothers-in-law turned fatal early Sunday morning when one shot and killed the other, authorities said.
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The building that housed a Roxborough dry cleaning business was gutted by raging flames this morning. The fire reportedly began about 5 a.m. at the...
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A Lower Merion Township resident was struck with a hammer by an assailant who broke into his home on Edgehill Road early Sunday morning, police said.
For Erika Taylor, a Pottstown mother of four, the long line for fingerprinting at the UPS Store was just one more roadblock in her quest to reenter the job market and finally gain some stability after moving her children eight times in the last 17 years.
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Erving Hurst looked at the giant chess pieces in front of him at the Spruce Street Harbor Park in Philadelphia and waited. His opponent, Steve Hahn, made his move.
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The deaths of three Council Rock High School South sophomores and student athletes over the weekend has left the Bucks County district devastated and grappling with the loss just days before the school year is to begin.