Monday, August 31, 2015

Breaking News

Breaking News

13
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Lunch time is less busy at Little Anthony's Pizza in Coatesville this month than it was in June. "Thirty percent of the lunch crowd lost," owner Mark Madanat said.
26
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Fifty-three thousand people packed Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday night, and it wasn't for the Birds. It was for North Philadelphia-born and raised comedian Kevin Hart, who became, according to his people, the first stand-up comedian to sell out a football stadium.
3
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DELAWARE COUNTY Industrial shredder available to destroy documents DREXEL HILL A free identity-theft prevention fair is to be held from 9 a.m. to noon Sept. 12 at the Aronimink Swim Club parking lot on Dermond Road.
3
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CHESTER COUNTY Business leaders asked for job input WEST CHESTER In preparation for a job summit this fall, Chester County officials are asking business leaders what challenges and opportunities they face as they recruit and train their workforce.
3
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WEST POTTSGROVE Montgomery County officials will offer a series of presentations in September to help youth sports organizations prevent financial fraud.
3
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BUCKS COUNTY Texting 911 is available DOYLESTOWN Bucks County residents can now text 911 during emergencies after the county's Department of Emergency Communications this week enabled the new technology.
3
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An off-duty Philadelphia police officer died from injuries sustained in a hit-and-run crash Sunday afternoon on Roosevelt Boulevard in Northeast Philadelphia.
3
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Promoting himself as a president who would crack down on "lawlessness," Gov. Christie has turned to a phrase that has been propelled to the forefront of the immigration debate.
3
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The firm hired to staff Philadelphia School District substitute-teaching jobs has a pressing need: hiring 5,000 qualified people, as soon as possible.
3
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Gary Johnson reached out his hand and rubbed gentle circles on the side of the chestnut gelding grazing in the grass beside him.
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An off-duty Philadelphia police officer died from injuries sustained in a hit-and-run crash Sunday afternoon on Roosevelt Boulevard in Northeast Philadelphia.
Everyone knows the odds in Philadelphia elections: Democrats hold a seven-to-one edge over Republicans, who last elected a member of their party as mayor in 1947.
10
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The problem with training the heavy political artillery on a very small target is that those taking aim are just as likely to blow themselves up as they are to land a direct hit.