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Need Advice? Recent Temple Grad Offers It For FreePhiladelphians are getting some free advice from recent Temple University graduate Kyle Levonian about any problems they may have.
Battleship New Jersey Celebrates 73rd AnniversaryFor the last 15 years, the decommissioned battleship has sat in the Camden Waterfront, serving as a museum and memorial to the wars she served in and her veterans.
DRPA Votes To Increase Salary of CEO, Union WorkersThere may be a big raise on the way for the CEO of the Delaware River Port Authority and many of its workers.
Annual Celebration Benefits Work Of Philadelphia Academies Inc.An organization that helps high school students in Philadelphia prepare for their next stage in life held an event Monday night showcasing some success stories.
Play About Trayvon Martin Debuts In PhiladelphiaThe poetic docudrama began Thursday night at The Freedom Theatre.
Popular Fishtown Café Gives Taste Of New Evening And Cocktail MenusLa Colombe Fishtown is known for its breads, pastries and coffee. But now they have coffee-infused rum and specialty cocktails made from rum that is distilled on site.
World Renowned Pianist Gives Delaware Valley Kids A Chance To Play With Him On StageDan Berkowitz with the Philadelphia Orchestra says this program helps inspire and motivate the kids taking part.
Pennsylvania, New Jersey Among Worst States For Aging Americans, Study FindsThe study conducted by Caring.com used customer reviews of senior care facilities, AARP surveys and a host of other sources to rank the best and worst states for older Americans.
Buzz Surrounds Trenton 7-Eleven After Powerball Surprise"This is so exciting’!" said clerk Luis Sandoval.
New Exhibit At Philadelphia Zoo Encourages People To Interact For A CauseA new exhibit comes to the Philadelphia Zoo, and people are being encouraged to interact with it.
New Jersey Officials Look For Feedback On Later Start Times For StudentsOfficials with the New Jersey Department of Education held the first of three public meetings at Camden County College to see what parents, educators, and students think about later start times for the middle and high school classes.
Temple Holds Mental Health FairThursday's Fair at Temple University focused on helping folks with Psychiatric Disabilities participate in recreational and physical activities.

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