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Community Group Protests PennDot Decision To Remove 3 Traffic LightsThe Community Action Group is upset with a decision to remove traffic lights at 32nd, 28th and 25th Streets along West Allegheny Avenue.
SEPTA To Increase Fares July 2017The fare increase will go into effect on July 1.
Candy-Flavored Smokes, City's New Target In War On Teen SmokingThe Kenney administration took on Big Soda with a tax on sugary beverages, and now it's taking on Big Tobacco.
Bottle Cap Creator Crown Holdings Plans To Move HQ Out Of PhillyThe 125-year-old company, formerly known as Crown Cork & Seal, plans to lease back the building on 40 acres of land
Gov. Wolf Signs Real ID Law, Expects New Licenses In 2019Gov. Tom Wolf's office says Pennsylvania driver's licenses that are compliant with tougher federal anti-terrorism standards should be available in early 2019.
As Grilling Season Heats Up, Fire Commissioner Thiel Says Safety First: 'This Can Be Serious Stuff'Thiel says every year they receive calls from people who have roasted their eye brows off after trying to light the grill with a match.
Get A Free Burger On National Hamburger DayPhilly has ranked as the second burger-loving city in the U.S.
Thousands Flock To Jersey Shore For Memorial Day WeekendThe unofficial start to the summer season means a Memorial Day influx of thousands to Jersey Shore towns.
More Than 30 Injured In Bus, Tractor-Trailer Crash On NJ TurnpikeA tour bus collides with a tractor-trailer in South Jersey, leaving dozens of people hurt.
What’s Cooking on 1060: Summerfest FoodSummerfest is now open on the Penns Landing waterfront, just a few blocks away from Spruce Street Harbor Park.
Man Accused Of Punching Man With Cerebral Palsy Wanted For Probation ViolationChester County’s Fugitive Unit is searching for the man accused of sucker-punching a person with cerebral palsy in a convenience store parking lot.
Victim Who Lost Legs In Center City Building Collapse Awarded $95.6MA woman who lost her legs in the Salvation Army building collapse four years ago is receiving a historic payout for a personal injury.

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