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'Keep Posting Information': Puerto Rico Residents In The Dark After Maria StrikesAs the rest of the world has monitored Maria, the people on the island of Puerto Rico have been left in the dark.  A blackout has consumed the commonwealth since the hurricane hit.
Philly's Commission For Women Delivers Findings On 'State Of Women And Girls' To MayorThe Philadelphia Commission For Women has delivered its findings to the mayor on what the city can do to help better the lives of its female residents.
Montia Sabbag Claims She's Not Trying To Extort Kevin HartA woman who has been linked to actor Kevin Hart in an alleged extortion plot held a press conference Wednesday to say that she, too, is a victim.
Deaf Dog Displaced By Hurricane Irma Searching For Forever HomeA deaf dog displaced by Hurricane Irma is searching for a forever home.
Hackers Targeting Realtors, Homeowners With Email ScamsThe National Association of Realtors and the FBI are now issuing warnings about "sophisticated email scams targeting the real estate industry."
'We're Walking Around With A Scarlet Letter': Dreamers At Rutgers Urge Reform During Meeting With NJ CongressmanA group of Dreamers who attend Rutgers University got to meet with New Jersey Congressman Donald Norcross Wednesday, urging him to push for reform.
'It Undermines Integrity Of Elections': Glitch Allows Non-U.S. Citizens In Pa. To VotePhiladelphia City Commissioner Al Schmidt says a glitch in the state's "motor-voter" process has allowed non-U.S. citizens to register to vote, even though he thinks they did so accidentally.
'Wonders Of Water': Officials Announce Theme Of 2018 Philadelphia Flower ShowWhile it's technically still summer, the Philadelphia Horticultural Society is already ramping up excitement for one of the most anticipated exhibitions of 2018.
Rep. Boyle Introduces Bill To Deter Companies From Moving Jobs OverseasA congressman representing Northeast Philadelphia is introducing legislation to lift tax incentives for companies who move their operations out of the U.S.
Old Hat Factory To Become Apartment Building, Bring Internship OpportunitiesA developer has announced plans to turn an abandoned former hat factory in the Loft District into an apartment building, with Philadelphia students gaining internships along the way. 
New Life For Long Closed Station On PATCO LineAfter years of debate, it appears the Delaware River Port Authority is moving ahead with plans to reopen the Franklin Square station along the PATCO high speed line.
Police: Siblings Stabbed While Defending Mom From Ex-BoyfriendPhiladelphia police are looking for a suspect in a double stabbing.

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