Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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Matthew Poole, of Pleasantville, N.J., was arrested for allegedly phoning in a threat to the Wonder Years Day Care Center in Egg Harbor Township.
37
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A retired Philadelphia police captain is blasting U.S. policing, calling it “an oppressive organization now controlled by the one-percent of corporate...
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Trenton Takes: Adding a few extra lanes to the New Jersey Turnpike was a good start. But the state shouldn't stop there when it comes to investing in transportation, Senate President Stephen Sweeney said Wednesday.
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CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) - A music teacher at a southern New Jersey high school will now be suspended without pay after he was indicted on numerous charges stemming from an alleged sexual relationship with a female student.
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A four-story, 300-car parking garage will be built behind the Piazza at Schmidt’s in Northern Liberties after the proposal was vetted on Tuesday...
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So far so good, it seems, as far as Wednesday's storm is concerned. But it's still early. Accidents have occurred, and schools have closed, but travelers appeared to have heeded the warnings as traffic was light in the morning on the Pennsylvania Turnpike west of Valley Forge.
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Snow is falling on the city and its western suburbs - accompanied by thunder at one point - snarling air and road travel on what is one of the busiest getaway days of the year.
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WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP) - A former northeast Pennsylvania judge who served 30 months in prison for fraud has been banned from practicing law.
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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Stores in New Jersey might have their hours limited during future Thanksgivings.
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UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) - A western Pennsylvania man has been jailed on charges that he extorted $13,000 from another man in exchange for not telling the alleged victim's wife that he was having an affair.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - The attorney for Republican state Sen. Jake Corman wants the state's Commonwealth Court to approve mediation for a lawsuit challenging NCAA sanctions against Penn State.
4
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Baer Growls: Amid talk of renovating the ornate office of the governor as the new governor takes office, a reader offers an interesting suggestion.
4
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PATERSON, N.J. (AP) - Police in New Jersey's three largest cities will be getting body cameras to record their arrests.
BRENTWOOD, Pa. (AP) - A Pittsburgh suburb is paying its embattled police chief nearly $200,000 to retire.
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There’s hardly consensus as to how well New Jersey’s teacher evaluation system worked in its first year -- and no more agreement about how the second...
8
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Most everything in life is about timing, especially in the weather world. When it rains on your birthday, it stinks. When it rains on your wedding day...
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The night of Ferguson was a study, according to someone who is there, in "how social media make everything everyone's business, whether you want that or not."
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Municipal Court Judge Patrick F. Dugan was outraged Tuesday after a witness - who himself had been wounded in a street shooting that killed a young man - tried to go south while on the stand.
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DELAWARE COUNTY Future to be discussed at meeting next Wednesday NEWTOWN SQUARE Township residents, community groups, students, businesses, and visitors will have a chance to voice their opinions about their community's future.
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CHESTER COUNTY Group to examine train service WEST CHESTER A West Chester ad-hoc committee will hold its first public hearing next Wednesday to gather the community's thoughts on restoring SEPTA train service to the borough.
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ELKINS PARK The inclusion of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning Jews in synagogue life will be examined at a conference at Congregation Kol Ami in Elkins Park.
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BUCKS COUNTY City Hall to honor student editors LANGHORNE Student editors at Neshaminy High School have admirers in City Hall.
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