Sunday, July 13, 2014
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PITTSBURGH (AP) - Pennsylvania's former health secretary says the state has failed to seriously study the potential health impacts of one of the nation's biggest natural gas drilling booms.
3
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Irma Stevenson exudes Paulsboro. If it's not her red-and-white Red Raiders shirt, complemented by red polished nails and a ladybug watch, maybe it's the borough-happy knickknacks filling her East Jefferson Street home. Or a comprehensive list of boards and committees she has sat on - more than can fit on a notepad-size sheet of paper.
3
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Shirley Dumas and Ruby Little, sisters in their 70s, circled the exhibit at the African American Museum in Philadelphia, recognizing symbols of their youth.
3
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A gusher in tax credits for companies seeking to locate in Camden is the product of a blockbuster economic incentives package passed by the New Jersey Legislature last year.
8
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ATLANTIC CITY - While the amusement-park sound of slot machines filtered through Trump Plaza on Saturday, the men and women who staff the casino put on their brave faces.
3
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The trail would be an invitation to criminals and depress property values, its critics warned, and the proposal to build it over an old railroad bed set off tense debates at public meetings, close votes, and a lawsuit.