Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Twenty-five years ago, Marty McFly got imaginations soaring when he hopped onto a hoverboard -- a skateboard with no need for wheels -- in Back to the...
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A man died from injuries he suffered in a one-car crash in Overbrook early this morning. Philadelphia police said the accident happened at about 4:20...
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To chief executive Sue Schick, it's a continuing mystery. Why are there so few women on corporate boards? Why are there so few top women executives? Why are so few women ranked among the top earners?
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MONTGOMERY COUNTY Veteran expected to be honored in Horsham HORSHAM The legislature on Monday passed a bill to rename 13 Pennsylvania bridges and roadways after local veterans. Among them is a half-mile stretch of Route 611 in Horsham.
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A passenger who landed at Newark Liberty International Airport on Tuesday was being evaluated for signs of Ebola. The traveler arrived on a United Airlines...
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The list of heirs and entrepreneurs who have lived, worked and donated money around the region is more impressive than ever.
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SAYREVILLE, N.J. - In front of a crowd that demanded answers and, at times, slammed district officials for their handling of a high school football hazing scandal, the Sayreville Board of Education voted Tuesday night to approve the suspension of football coach George Najjar and four others.
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DELAWARE COUNTY Restoration projects get state funding Municipal park, trail network, and stream bank restoration projects in Delaware County will move forward with state funding.
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BUCKS COUNTY Becker named poet laureate NEWTOWN A Doylestown poet was named the 2014 Bucks County poet laureate, according to an announcement released Tuesday by Bucks County Community College.
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A late-night row home fire in Hunting Park that spread to neighboring buildings has left more than a dozen residents displaced. The Philadelphia Fire...
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A former Philadelphia police dispatcher was sentenced to 14 months in prison Tuesday for tipping off favored tow-truck operators to auto accidents in exchange for kickbacks.
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PHOENIXVILLE Phoenixville will get a check for $397,696 from Chester County on Wednesday for a project to prevent the Schuylkill from flooding the borough's water treatment plant, which would damage equipment and force the borough to rely on companies to get water to more than 20,000 people.
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A dark-colored Pathfinder crashed into the side of a medical building on Chestnut Street in Center City just after 9:15 p.m., breaking the calm on a pleasant fall evening as fire, police and other first responders rushed to the scene.