Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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Authorities are trying to identify the man who attacked a woman as she was getting off a SEPTA trolley in West Philadelphia earlier this month. Surveillance...
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Hazmat crews responded to a strange odor reported at a University City biomedical research building after a water leak. The Philadelphia Fire Department...
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A top Veterans Affairs administrator visited Philadelphia's VA regional office in Germantown on Monday and pledged that the agency is addressing the mistakes that led to long delays for veterans seeking benefits.
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Construction crews began work Monday on the first of 27 highway bridges in Camden and Burlington Counties that are to be repaired over the next year.
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Philadelphia police are asking for help finding a suspect who beat and robbed an elderly man sitting outside his Center City home. Police said the man...
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The white horse has been removed from White Horse Pike. The iconic statue that sat on a tower at the Historic Lawnside Village shopping center on White...
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The two men charged in a North Philadelphia carjacking and crash that left three children dead will remain in jail without bail. Jonathan Rosa, 19,...
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After two years as principal of Cheltenham High School, Andrew Kuhn was recently assigned to the newly created job of "principal on special assignment." Evidently, he didn't like it very much, as he is taking a $25,000 pay cut to become principal of an elementary school near Reading.
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HARRISBURG - A Harrisburg activist has asked the state Ethics Commission to investigate if an adviser to Gov. Corbett is earning his keep.
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For Trenton resident Linda Bailey, the vouchers for fresh food and baby formula that she receives from a federally funded nutrition program are essential...
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TRENTON - Polluters in New Jersey won't have to wait for an environmental review and remediation action to be completed before they can file court claims to get others to share in the cleanup costs, New Jersey's Supreme Court ruled in a decision released Monday.