Thursday, September 18, 2014
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Lynne M. Abraham, the feisty former judge and Philadelphia district attorney who reigned over the city's criminal justice system for nearly two decades, says she will make a run for mayor.
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Many people have called last week's brutal attack on two gay men in Center City a hate crime, but it can't be prosecuted as one under Pennsylvania law...
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Confronted with a $274.9 million deficit left over from last year’s budget, bond downgrades, and a wave of Atlantic City casino closures that threaten...
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MONTGOMERY COUNTY Agriculture science lab visits schools ROYERSFORD As some educators are moving toward high-tech, online learning environments, Limerick Elementary School is letting students get their hands dirty.
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Gun-owners' group donates funds and foot soldiers to GOP aspirant for Congress.
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TRENTON - High-performing New Jersey high school juniors can now qualify for the NJ STARS scholarship, which will enable them to attend community college tuition-free after they graduate, according to a recently signed bill.
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A social-media manhunt ends in crowdsourced justice.
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DELAWARE COUNTY Parade committee asks for participants to celebrate military BROOKHAVEN Brookhaven Borough is already planning its holiday parade, and the parade committee is looking for help.
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JAMISON The Network of Victim Assistance announced this week that it raised more than $1.9 million during a recent capital campaign, and received one donation of $350,000 - its largest gift ever.
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The video Philadelphia police posted online represented a major break in a horrific case - capturing images of a group suspected in a vicious Center City attack on a gay couple.
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Fran McGlinn was fired from his assistant coach’s position at the Bucks County school last night, sources said.
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CHESTER COUNTY Two finalists for T/E superintendent TREDYFFRIN The search for a new superintendent of the Tredyffrin/Easttown School District has been narrowed to two finalists, the district said in a news release.
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Labor shortages and rising costs are some of the challenges farmers face locally and nationally. That's what local farmers and a representative from a national agricultural agency said at a Chester County farming forum Wednesday morning.