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Cabrini Celebrates Transition To Becoming Cabrini UniversityA local higher learning institution celebrated a major milestone on Monday.
Philly Police Chase Ends With Pursued Car Crashing Into AutoZonePhiladelphia Police announced a motor vehicle accident which took place on Monday night that resulted in a car driving into a building.
Police: Boy Accidentally Shoots Self, Girl While 'Playing' With GunPolice say that early indications are that the boy accidentally shot himself and the girl while "playing," with the gun.
Hershey Stock Crashes After Chocolate Merger Talks Fall ThroughSo much for that much-hyped chocolate marriage between Hershey and Cadbury.
2 Pennsylvania Colleges Rank In Top 5 Party SchoolsIf partying is on your list of factors for picking a college, you might want to consider two Pennsylvania schools.
Unique South Jersey Theme Park Allows Adults To Dig In Really Big SandboxForklifts, dump trucks and bulldozers galore sit inside an empty, sandy lot in West Berlin just waiting to be played with.
Pennsylvania Senate Set To Vote On Attorney General Nominee BeemerThe state Senate is set to return nearly a month earlier than scheduled Tuesday to vote on Bruce Beemer’s nomination to serve the nearly five months that remain in Kathleen Kane’s term as Pennsylvania attorney general.
Wolf On Recreational Pot: Yes To Decriminalizing, No To LegalizingPennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is reiterating his position in favor of decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana on a statewide basis, while saying he still can’t support full legalization of recreational pot.
Small Women's College In Allentown Starts Sophomore Spring Break Abroad ProgramSophomore spring break abroad will now be the tradition for all students at a small women's college in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Volunteer Adds Local Flavors To Ice Bucket Challenge For ALSIt's an off-shoot of the ice bucket challenge that has a Chester County man traveling the country.
Jersey Shore Beach-Goers Discover Unusual Sight Of Snakes On The BeachSusan Connor and her family were more than a little surprised Sunday evening when they came down to the beach at 62nd street in Avalon and saw something slithering in the surf.
MLB Exec Optimistic About Acceptance, Support Of Openly Gay PlayersWould Major League Baseball and its fans accept an openly gay player? Billy Bean, MLB's vice president for social responsibility and inclusion, says maybe someday.

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