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Investigators say Stephanie Kligge stole about $81,000 from the Emmanuel Evangelical Congregational Church, in Hatfield.
A man allegedly robbed two New Jersey banks today.
You didn’t do the tagging, but if it’s on your property, city council says it’s on you to clean it up.
But even before the decision, lawmakers — including a Pennsylvania Republican — are moving to block in-flight yapping.
Bucks district attorney David Heckler says video from two police cruiser dashboard cameras show that the boy was not beaten by Tullytown police.
Developer Brooke Lenfest (center of photo) wants to build two hotels — a “W” and an “Element” — on what is now a parking lot at 15th and Chestnut Streets.
On a sidewalk at 10th and Market Streets, a PETA spokeswoman said that angora rabbits endure horrifying pain as factory workers mistreat them to produce fabric for the fashion industry.
Ken Scott, president of Beech Companies, handed out twenty $1,000 grants from the Alston-Beech Foundation to area nonprofits.
Israel’s minister of foreign affairs broke the news by writing Mayor Nutter a letter from Jerusalem.
The transit dock ship Somerset is the third and final ship ordered by the US Navy after September 11th to honor the victims of the terrorist attacks, joining the New York and the Arlington.
Seven-year-old Jabriel O’Connor died last summer after he was found at the bottom of a city pool in the Cobbs Creek section of the city.
The visit to the People’s Emergency Center was scheduled. But the gifts, including lots of toys for the kids, were a surprise.
The coaches can put as much coachspeak as they want to it. How it’s going to be a “competitive game,” and how “good” the other team is supposed to be.
Kevin Williams, director of residence life at Temple University, says not all of the dorms are closing during the break. But for those that do, some students who live in those dorms may have nowhere else to go.