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Healthcare Wait Expected To Affect Many Qualified Pennsylvanians

Even if all goes according to plan, Healthy Pennsylvania is unlikely to go into effect until 2015.


Dr. William Warning (left), director of Crozer-Keystone's Family Medicine Residency, with fellows in the innovative "superutilizer" program, Drs. Uchenna Emeche (seated) and Wendell Kellum photo credit: Pat Loeb

Local Hospitals Look For Ways To Better Help Superusers

The fellows are learning to identify patients with the complications that are likely to lead them to “superuse,” to determine what interventions are needed and to connect the patients with the resources they need.


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Hundreds Turn Out For First Major Gubernatorial Candidate’s Forum In Philadelphia

Five democratic candidates for governor spoke to nearly a thousand people Saturday night at Temple University.


A former soldier pays tribute to fallen comrades at the Philadelphia Vietnam Veterans Memorial. (Photo Credit: Mark Abrams)

Memorial Services At Monuments In Philadelphia Honor Vets

Philadelphia is marking this Veteran’s Day with ceremonies at three memorials honoring those who served the country in three conflicts.


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Fire Rips Through A Montgomery County Apartment Complex

Firefighters in Montgomery County battled an early morning 2-alarm fire located at the Colonade Manor apartment complex along the 100-block of Washington Lane.


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Runners Stage Protest Against Closure Of Valley Forge National Park

As frustration with the federal government shutdown grows, a group of runners hit the road Sunday around Valley Forge National Historical Park to protest its closure.


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Cherry Hill Officials Vow To Fight Plans For New Homes On Site Of Woodcrest Country Club

First Montgomery Group is seeking to join up with the Fair Share Housing Center in pursuit of a court order to allow for 844 homes at the club, but township officials say “no way.”


(Mayor Michael Nutter expresses his frustration over the city's gun violence at a City Hall news conference.) (credit: Pat Loeb)

Mayor Nutter: Fourth Of July Shooting Should Not Mar Success Of City’s Celebration

Mayor Michael Nutter expressed his frustration at a City Hall news conference on Thursday over the gun violence that continues to plague Philadelphia, including a shooting during the city’s Fourth of July celebration.