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Hazing Allegations Discussed At Central Bucks School Board Meeting

The Bucks County district attorney is investigating the alleged hazing. As of now no charges have been filed.

10/28/2014

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Pedestrian Reportedly Struck By Vehicle In Delaware County

The incident was reported around 7:15 p.m. Tuesday at the 500 block of Conchester Highway.

10/28/2014

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NJ Congressional Candidates On The Campaign Trail

As you might expect both candidates condemn gridlock in Washington and believe job creation is their principal objective.

10/28/2014

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Poll: 1 In 5 Superstorm Sandy Survivors Still Suffer Serious Distress; Half Feel They Need Mental Health Assistance

Nearly two years after Superstorm Sandy many survivors are still trying to figure out their housing and it has taken a toll on their mental health.

10/28/2014

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Judge Sets Court Date For Sports Betting Arguments

The parties will convene Nov. 20 in Trenton in front of U.S. District Judge Michael Shipp, whose temporary restraining order that stopped New Jersey from allowing legal sports betting is set to expire the day after.

10/28/2014

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Major Temperature Swings In The Forecast This Week

The new month will come in with a howling wind and daytime highs nearly fifteen degrees below normal.

10/28/2014

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Divided Penn State Trustees Set Aside Report Critical of School’s Handling of Sandusky Case

Penn State University’s board of trustees today voted down a proposal that would have taken a closer look at the Freeh Report -– the 2012 investigation that examined how the university handled the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.

10/28/2014

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Survey Ranks Local College Second In The Country For Social Mobility

The study used five criteria to determine a school’s social mobility score: tuition, percentage of low-income students, graduation rate, median early career salary and the size of the school’s endowment.

10/28/2014

(The current bed of the Manayunk Bridge, which is being converted into a hiking-and-biking path.  Photo by Steve Tawa)

Defunct Manayunk Bridge To Be Converted For Recreational Use

The $4.1-million project is designed to extend the Cynwyd Heritage Trail, in Lower Merion, to the Schuylkill River Trail network in Philadelphia, via the Manayunk Bridge.

10/28/2014

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Franconia, Pa. Police Officers Hope More Time Will Avert Departmental Layoffs

The planned layoffs are scheduled to take effect this Saturday. The township plans to let ten employees go, including six police officers — about a third of the department.

10/28/2014

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Watchdog Group Gives Pennsylvania Mixed Marks on Fixing Voter Access

In its new report, Common Cause evaluates ten swing states on their implementation of 19 recommendations issued by President Obama’s elections commission earlier this year.

10/28/2014

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Phila. School District Takes Dispute Over Teacher Health Premiums to a Higher Court

The district is appealing to Commonwealth Court, where it seeks a judgment on whether the School Reform Commission has the authority to cancel the PFT contract.

10/28/2014

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Raccoon Tests Positive For Rabies In Gloucester Township, NJ

The New Jersey Department of Health and Human services has notified the Camden County Health Department that a raccoon removed from Cherry Hill tested positive for rabies.

10/28/2014

(A home along Bridle Drive, near the Neshaminy Creek, that was lifted 14 feet in the air.  Photo by Jim Melwert)

Ten-Year Bucks County Flood Mitigation Project Draws To A Close

More than ten years and $27 million later, one of Bucks County’s largest-ever flood mitigation projects has come to end with a ceremony along the Neshaminy Creek.

10/28/2014

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