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Chester Upland Teachers And Support Staff Vote To Work Without Pay

On Thursday, the Chester Upland Education Association, and the Chester Upland Education Support Personnel Association, voted to work without pay on a temporary basis.


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Plenty Of Rooms Still Vacant For Visitors Coming To See Pope

One month from Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia and the city still has plenty of room for visitors making the pilgrimage.


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Camden Native Hopes For Chance To Be Sign Language Interpreter For Pope’s Visit

A Camden-native is preparing for the likelihood that he will be one of a small group that will interpret the words of the Holy Father to the deaf and hearing impaired.


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Protecting Your Eyes From Auto-Play Features On Social Media

There is a way to protect yourself from seeing disturbing videos on social media.


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Police: Young Boy Killed In Accident On Chester County Farm

State Police say a six-year-old in Chester County has died from injuries he suffered when he got stuck between two horse-drawn carts.


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Overtime Costs Rising As Phila. Beefs Up Construction Inspections

Philadelphia’s City Controller has criticized L&I for high overtime costs. City officials say that’s what it takes to keep building sites safe.


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Camden Neighborhood Cleanup Designed To Drive Out Lowlifes

Police and other city agencies joined forces to clean up a neighborhood that has become a magnet for criminal activity.


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Police: 2 Dead In Crash In Burlington County

Authorities say a pedestrian and a passenger were killed in the accident on US 206.


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SEPTA Releases Bus Service Adjustments For Papal Visit

SEPTA announced Thursday afternoon that dozens of bus routes will be adjusted during the Papal visit.


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Busy Montco Bridge Reopens Months After Sudden Shutdown

It’s been five months of detours for drivers in Plymouth Township where a busy bridge had to be closed because of severe structural damage.


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More Than 100K SEPTA Papal Passes Still Available

The agency made 175,000 passes available each day, but they still have a lot of tickets left.


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Local Relatives Reflect On Legacy Of Civil Rights Icon Who Died This Week

Amelia Boynton Robinson — who helped plan and lead the historic march in Selma — died Wednesday.


Josh Harris poses with PAL participants at the Harrowgate PAL center. (Credit: Mike DeNardo)

Sixers Owner Harris Makes $3.5 Million Donation To PAL

This is the largest gift to the Philadelphia Police Athletic League in its 68 year history.


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PSPCA, Uber Team Up To Deliver Puppy Play Dates

The SPCA teamed up with Uber Thursday to bring puppies to workplaces.


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DA Releases Info From Chester County Courthouse Shooting Investigation

The Chester County District Attorney’s office has determined the shooting of a man in the lobby of the Justice Center on Tuesday was justified.


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