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Folcroft Community Gathers In Support Of Wounded OfficerHundreds of community members, fellow officers, and first responders attended a vigil Saturday night outside Folcroft Borough Hall to pray for a swift recovery for injured Officer Christopher Dorman.
Longtime Spokesman For Philadelphia School District Stepping DownFernando Gallard is stepping down in August from his position as chief spokesman for a district that seemed to be in nearly constant crisis.
New Jersey Gets Its Own CTONew Jersey has its first ever Chief Technology Officer.
Otter Sightings On The Rise Along Schuylkill RiverRiver Otters aren't rare along the Schuylkill, but there appear to be more sightings recently. It's a sign that efforts to improve the environment are paying off.
'Respect My Vote!' Campaign Comes To PhiladelphiaOrganizers of an upcoming online initiative geared towards urban youth voters across the country comes to Philadelphia for a little help.
Positively Philadelphia: NewFabs Teaches Jewelry MakingThere are classes, a job bank and a chance to meet other people making amazing things.
Folcroft Police Officer Recovers In Hospital Among SupportersFriends and family poured in and out of Penn Presbyterian Medical Center to wish Folcroft Police Officer Chris Dorman well while he recovers from being shot seven times.
Mom Who "Gifted" Daughter Remains In Jail After Judge Denies Bail Reduction Pennsylvania woman charged in connection with 12 girls found in a Feasterville home has been denied bail reduction.
Sources: Wounded Delaware County Officer "Up And In Good Spirits"One day after being shot in the line of duty, a Delaware County police officer was up and moving around in his hospital room, sources told Eyewitness News.
Firefighters Stolen Plaque Replaced In Re-Dedication CeremonyIn March of 2016 thieves stole a memorial plaque honoring a fallen Philadelphia firefighter.
Review: Dave Matthews Band Goes To Work In Camden, NJDave Matthews Band returns to the BB&T Pavilion on Saturday night. Tickets are still available.
Crews Rescue The Stranded In West Virginia Flooding; More Than 20 DeadA deluge of rain on parts of West Virginia destroyed or damaged more than 100 homes, knocked out power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses and killed more than 20 people.

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