SEPTA Evening Commuters In Center City Will See Change In Fare CollectionPasses will be validated and tickets will be punched at the mezzanine level, before riders head down the stairs to the trains.
Political Technical Competition Underway In University City During DNCEighteen companies are presenting their best ideas for improving the election process at the University City Science Center.
String Of Philly Newspapers Sold To New Jersey Circular CompanyBroad Street Media has been acquired by a South Jersey newspaper distribution firm. And the chain plans to expand into up and coming neighborhoods in the city.
Focus Turns To North Carolina In Search For Bucks County Murder SuspectThe suspect's description has been disbursed to police departments down the east coast.
Police: 33-Year-Old Man Murdered While Sitting On PorchThe Bucks County Coroner has determined that a 33-year-old man was murdered while sitting on his porch.
Montco Man Arrested After Child Porn Found On ComputerOfficials say more than 2,000 images and three videos were discovered.
Emergency Management Meets 21st Century In NJ, Philly SoonCamden County just unveiled its Text-to-911 system.
OSHA Launches Month-Long Safety Awareness CampaignIn the last month, five construction workers fell off of roofs in the Philadelphia region. Now, OSHA is calling on local construction firms to take necessary safety measures for their workers.
Former Drexel Cop Facing Theft Charges Turns Himself InA Drexel University police officer turned himself into authorities today after allegedly taking evidence from an investigation in January 2015.
SEPTA Reports Progress After Leasing Additional Train CarsSEPTA says with the additional leased cars and locomotives, train trips were up to 574 Monday morning, compared to 549 last week. A normal day sees 788 train trips.
Project HOME Gives New Direction For Formerly Homeless VeteransA dozen formerly homeless veterans celebrated Monday as they graduated from a special program designed to get them back into the workforce.
New Search Begins For Stolen Norman Rockwell Painting40 years ago, a Norman Rockwell painting was stolen from a Cherry Hill home. Now, the FBI and Cherry Hill Police are teaming up again, to see if they can track down this slice of Americana.

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