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Philly Guidance Counselor Pens Book Helping Students Get Into CollegeA Philadelphia school district guidance counselor has penned a new book designed to help parents get their kids to college-- for free.
Philly Students Being Mentored By Police: 'I Just Wanted Someone To Talk To'The Philadelphia Police Department and Big Brothers Big Sisters launched a new initiative this week, and it's designed to change the lives of more than a dozen kids in Philadelphia public schools.
Local Officials React To GOP Health Care Bill Being Pulled"Well I'll tell you it was a dramatic day, you could kind of feel the energy all over the capital," Boyle said.
Adult Only Drum Circle Mixes Music With Alcohol In Queen Village"Rhythm 'N Brews" rocks South Philly.
Neumann University Introduces New School PresidentDr. Chris Domes is taking a giant leap from one small Fransican liberal arts college to another. Domes is currently President of Silver Lake College in Manitowoc Wisconson.
Is Lonzo Ball's Overly Proud Dad Putting Too Much Pressure On Him Or Is He Making Him A Star?UCLA’S top point guard Lonzo Ball may be one of the stars of March Madness, but everybody’s talking about his dad.
Aston Police Officers Rescue Woman Trapped Inside Burning HomeA devastating fire took nearly everything, except for the life of a woman who was saved by two brave Aston police officers.
PA State House Considers Bill To Restore Mandatory Minimum WageMontgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele and other top law enforcement officials are urging a restoration of mandatory minimums sentences.
Fight Over Philly Beverage Tax Goes On: 'I Am Not Going To Apologize'Philadelphia's beverage tax passed council by a wide margin, took effect in January, and in its first two months, raised nearly 12-Million dollars for anti-poverty programs.
'Boat At Your Own Risk' At Little Egg InletNew Jersey will work this summer to improve conditions for boaters who use a popular inlet just north of Atlantic City.
Mascots For A Cure Trailer Stolen, Including Costumes Valued At $30,000A group that kicked off its tour to help sick children in Philadelphia is now rebuilding after a theft.
New Technology Helping Mothers Make FriendsNew technology is helping mothers make friends, matching moms with other moms for play dates and outings.

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