Thursday, September 3, 2015

Breaking News

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A Bucks County judge said Thursday that it will take at least another month before he can rule on whether District Attorney David Heckler abused his discretion in deciding earlier this year to not charge a Doylestown police officer with perjury.
9
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Pennsylvania Democratic Party Chairman Jim Burn likes the idea of Vice President Biden jumping into the primary to challenge Hillary Clinton and company.
3
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The Camden Riversharks, the independent professional baseball team that has played at the city's waterfront Campbell's Field stadium for 15 years, may leave the city next season, according to sources familiar with the matter.
4
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If you've ever wondered what Philly looks like from space, here's your answer: Philadelphia... I want to share profound words, but my only thought...
7
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MONTGOMERY COUNTY MCCC to break ground on health-science center BLUE BELL Montgomery County Community College is to break ground Thursday on its new Health Sciences Center.
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Center City's unionized office cleaners, maintenance workers, and other building-service staffers say they want to share in the benefits of an improving commercial real estate sector as they begin negotiations on a new labor contract.
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A Chester County judge heard arguments Thursday in a case disputing whether a local hospital should be given 1,400 bottles of confiscated wine that were set to be destroyed by the state.
2
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They promised to make their investors "stinkin', filthy rich" with high-risk bets on real estate and green energy ventures.
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The beat goes on. For the third time in four months, the watchdog for spending on the war in Afghanistan has released a report that shows the U.S. military...
6
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Thursday should be the final day of Philadelphia's latest heat wave - but it probably won't be the last time the region sees temperatures above 90 degrees this summer.
8
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BUCKS COUNTY Pennsbury reaches tentative deal FAIRLESS HILLS A proposed tentative agreement has been reached in the contract negotiations between the Pennsbury school board and the Pennsbury Education Association, School Board President Gary Sanderson announced.
30
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An Ocean County, N.J., man is has been charged with third degree possession of child pornography.
2
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A woman and her elderly mother were pistol-whipped during a robbery in their home in Northeast Philadelphia home Wednesday night, police said.
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A former bookkeeper at a Delaware County welding company has been charged with stealing almost $700,000 from his employer over 13 years, the District Attorney's office said Thursday.
6
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Last month was one of the driest Augusts on record.