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New Exhibit Honors First All Female Class Of New Jersey State TroopersThe 1980 graduating class of New Jersey State police recruits was the first of its kind: all were women.
Buying Frenzy For Villanova Fans Looking To Score Final Four GearThe campus bookstore at Villanova is doing big business these days as Wildcats fans snap up Final Four merchandise. 
'Play And Pray': Nova Fans Blend Final Four With Easter WeekendMost students are heading home for the holiday, while others prepare for a trip to San Antonio for Final Four weekend.
Report: Industrial Pollution On The Rise, Pa. Among Biggest CulpritsA new report indicates that industrial pollution is on the rise across the country, and the Keystone State is one of the worst offenders.
Lincoln Financial Field Hosts Job Fair For VeteransLincoln Financial Field was the place to be Thursday for veterans and others connected to the military in search of new careers.
Inaugural Ceremony Remembers Organ Donors At Cooper Health In CamdenRelatives of 29 people who gave the gift of life stood up as the names of their loved ones were read.
Middle School Students Turn Casual Art Into Merchandise At Crate & BarrelSome young, local art students have landed a spot in the “home” section of Crate & Barrel.
Philly Fire Department Asking For Public's Help To Stop Alarming TrendFires have been breaking out all over Philadelphia this year, so many that the city's fire commissioner has issued a call to action. 
Music Of Hope And Inspiration At Camden County PrisonDozens of inmates at the Camden County Correctional Facility were treated to a concert Thursday. The music had a message intended to inspire hope.
Temple President Releases Remarks On Proposed Football StadiumThe president of Temple University has released the remarks he was unable to make earlier this week at a town hall meeting on a proposed campus football stadium.
2 Area High Schools Receive $10,000 Grant For Theatre Program"We are so excited, We're so happy," said Truman High School drama teacher Tracey Gatte.
Hi-Spot Lanes Closes Doors After 71 Years Of Business: 'We Loved It Here'We bowled here, we drank here, we loved it here," said 83-year-old Charlie Carden who reluctantly turned out the lights.

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