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How Volunteers Are Coming Together To Make The Schuylkill River Trail SaferVolunteers are coming together to make one of Philadelphia's most popular areas a little safer.
People Come Together In Solebury To Identify Stolen JewelryA long line of hopeful people waited inside Solebury Township municipal building Wednesday night to get a glimpse of a treasure trove of stolen goods.
Chester County Ranked The 4th Happiest County In AmericaThe study found that Chester County was one of the happiest in the country.
Annual Nationwide Challenge Raises Awareness About Hearing LossTuesday, May 31st marks the 3rd Annual "One Day Without Sound." It's a nationwide challenge designed to increase awareness about hearing loss.
Solar-Powered Airplane Lands In AllentownA solar-powered airplane has landed in Allentown, about 17 hours after it took off from Dayton, Ohio.
Former Mayor Nutter Honored With Theatre Dedication'Spectacular' is how Nutter describes the multi-purpose facility within the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
TV Show To Feature Search For Wilt's 100-Point Game BallOn Sunday night, a Smithsonian Channel program will feature the search for the one of the most iconic artifacts in Philadelphia sports history; the ball from Wilt Chamberlain’s epic 100-point game in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Effort To Revitalize Nicetown Helps Put Formerly Incarcerated To WorkA new project is expected to revitalize the Nicetown-Tioga section of the Philadelphia, while putting formerly incarcerated city residents to work.
Governor Wolf Signs Ignition Interlocks BillAs promised, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has signed a bill that will that will provide for ignition interlock systems to be used by many first time DUI offenders in the state.
Debate Over Proposed Soda Tax Heats Up As Decision Deadline NearsPhiladelphia City Council held a hearing Wednesday on a beverage container tax that's seen as an alternative to Mayor Jim Kenney's proposed soda tax.
NJ Legislators Set To Vote On Atlantic City Rescue PackageThe New Jersey legislature is slated to vote this afternoon on a compromise package that averts the possibility of payless paydays for government workers in Atlantic City.
Luxury Condo 'One Riverside' Topped Off At Entrance To Schuylkill River TrailThe developer and his architect on the $110-million "One Riverside" project took reporters and photographers on hard hat rides up the hoist to the 22nd story during topping off ceremonies.

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