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Philadelphia Muralist Creating Rooftop Art, Hopes To Spread PositivityPhiladelphia is known for its murals, but one local artist is creating large pieces of roof art and they're not even meant to be seen by everyone.
New Jersey Singer Gives Old Song A New, Meaningful TwistThe 1967 song "Some Kind Of Wonderful," was written by John Ellison.
Police Investigating Suspicious Death Of WomanPolice say a 57-year-old woman was found dead in the 3200 block of Mercer Street.
New Jersey Approves Gas Pipeline Through Protected PinelandsThe 15-member New Jersey Pinelands Commission voted to approve a plan by South Jersey Gas to run the pipeline through the federally protected Pinelands preserve.
Judge Sentences Owners Of Popular Pizza Chain Manco & MancoThe judge sentenced 55-year-old Charles Bangle, of Somers Point, to 15 months in prison, and three years supervised release.
Warm Winter Day Brings People To The ParkAn unusually unseasonable day in February beckoned folks outdoors today.
Queen Village School Launches Italian Language Program For Young StudentsA Queen Village elementary school has launched a pilot Italian language program for kindergarten, first, and second grades.
Parking Authority Grants Licenses To Uber, LyftRide-sharing services Uber and Lyft finally have their licenses to operate legally in Philadelphia.
Department Of Revenue Holds 'Taxpayer Appreciation Day'The Philadelphia Department of Revenue held a Taxpayer Appreciation Day on Friday at the Municipal Services Building.
Occupants Dangle From 2nd Floor Windows After Vineland Hotel Goes Up In FlamesFirefighters battled a two-alarm blaze at the inn on the 2200 block of West Landis Avenue around 2 a.m. Friday morning.
Judge: Only One Other Accuser Can Testify At Cosby's Sex Assault TrialA judge will let only one other accuser testify at Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial to support charges the comedian drugged and molested a woman at his estate near Philadelphia.
Rendell Aide Convicted of Corruption Surrenders Law LicenseA onetime top aide to former Democratic Gov. Ed Rendell who pleaded guilty to pocketing thousands of dollars in supposed campaign contributions in an FBI sting has now surrendered his law license.

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