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Kim Glovas

After Fallout From Previous Storms, Homeowners Getting Jump Start On Tree TrimmingWith Hurricane Joaquin heading our way, tree trimming companies are getting very busy.
Phila. Man Indicted After Check Kiting Scheme Nets ThousandsA Philadelphia man was arrested today after using Twitter and Facebook to solicit others in a check kiting scheme.
Joaquin's Landfall May Be Days Away, But Utilities Warn 'Be Prepared For Possible Power Outages'Local utilities are watching the weather forecasts as Hurricane Joaquin tracks north.
Student-Parent Coalition Wants Penn To Get Serious About Mental Health IssuesA group of students and parents wants the University of Pennsylvania to offer more mental health counseling to students after seven suicides were reported in two years.
SEPTA Riders Find Easy Commute On Regional Rails For Second Day Of Papal VisitLines were relatively short and trains were on time Sunday at the Cornwells Heights train station in Bensalem.
Pilgrims Begin Filing Into City For World Meeting Of FamiliesThe World Meeting of Families doesn't officially start until tomorrow, but pilgrims were lined up at the Pennsylvania Convention Center registering today.
SEPTA Bus And Ambulance Collide In West PhiladelphiaIt happened around 10 a.m. Thursday at the intersection of 54th Street and Lebanon Avenue in the Wynnefield section of the city.
Police: Man Dead, Wife In Custody Following Stabbing In FrankfordPolice say a man is dead and his wife is in custody after a stabbing in Frankford Thursday morning.
Camden County High School Students Fill Food Pantry Shelves In Honor Of PopeHigh school students loaded $15,000 worth of non-perishable food items onto a truck in Camden, and then sent it to six food pantries in the Camden Diocese.
That Didn't Take Long: Tickets To See Pope At Independence Hall On Craigslist For $500 A PieceNot long after free tickets to the Pope Francis' Independence Hall visit were doled out on Tuesday, some were on sale online.
Villanova University, Philadelphia Water Team Up To Address Stormwater Runoff ProblemThe Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership is working to address excessive rain water and the flooding it can cause, especially in the city.
Wage Theft The Focus Of Roundtable Discussion In PhiladelphiaA report by the Sheller Center for Social Justice at Temple University shows the practice is widespread.