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(An Acela train at 30th Street Station in Philadelphia.  File photo)

Amtrak Resuming Full Service Following Two-Day Cold Snap

Passengers who bought a ticket but chose not to travel due to this service disruption can receive a refund or a voucher for future travel.


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Warming Temperatures Trigger Flood Concerns Along Ice-Jammed Del. River

Officials say the river was 65-percent blocked by 1-2 foot chunks of ice on Wednesday, leading to a seven-foot rise in the river level.


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Local Professor Suggests Teen Sex Abuse Victims Confront Trauma Head-On

Prolonged exposure therapy has patients discuss traumatic memories and face stressful situations.


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Time To Start Thinking About Recycling The Tree (And Electronics As Well)

By now, the Christmas tree is up and decorated (hopefully!), but it’s the time to mark your January calendar for recycling — both tree recycling and “e” recycling — as in electronics.


(This Kraft Foods factory on Roosevelt Boulevard near Woodhaven Road was the scene of a workplace shooting in September 2010.)

Landmark Industrial Bakery on Roosevelt Blvd. May Shut Down

For the more than 300 workers employed at the former Kraft Foods bakery, this is bad news.


(Orson Welles directed his "Mercury Theatre" players in a radio production of "The War of the Worlds" on October 30, 1938.)

Central N.J. Town Recalls The Night Martians ‘Landed’ In Radio Play

Exactly seventy-five years ago, a CBS Radio broadcast of “The War of the Worlds,” produced and directed by Orson Welles, sent Americans into widespread panic.


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Moyers Visit Philadelphia For Screening Of Documentary About Kids And Grieving

Former World Series champion pitcher Jamie Moyer is back in town for a camp conference and private screening of an HBO documentary about kids and grieving. A topic near and dear to both HIS and his wife’s heart.


(The City Tavern, at 138 South Second Street, corner of Walnut.  File photo)

US Gov’t Tells Philly’s City Tavern: We’re Closed, So You’re Closed

The opportunity to try a meal that our forefathers might have enjoyed was snatched from the table by the current members of Congress, who have failed to end the federal budget deadlock.


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2 Local Professionals Among MacArthur Foundation Fellows

Two area professionals are among this year’s crop of MacArthur Foundation Fellows, each winning national recognition for their work as well as a financial award.



Pennridge Police in High Gear After Possible Luring Attempt

Two boys ran home on Tuesday evening after being approached by a man in a work van inquiring about a lost dog.



South Jersey School Social Worker Charged With Student Sex Crime

Anthony Williams, 52, was arrested Tuesday and charged with endangering the welfare of a child and criminal sexual contact.


(Snakey, the boa constrictor, in file photo.  Credit: CBS-3)

Boa Constrictor Missing For More Than A Week Found Safe

The seven-foot-long pet boa constrictor went missing from his owner’s home on Park Avenue in Swarthmore on Sunday, August 11th.


Center City Building Collapse File Photo (credit: Tim Jimenez/KYW)

Insurer Says “Not So Fast” After Deadly Center City Building Collapse

Berkley Assurance Company filed suit last week – claiming its policy of contractor Griffin Campbell is null and void for several reasons.



NJ Woman Charged After Accompanying Stabbing Victim to Hospital

Shakeysha Pruitt is charged with stabbing 33-year-old Kafar Logan-Horton on Sunday afternoon inside his home in Oaklyn, then accompanying him to a hospital where he died hours later.


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Thursday’s Expected Severe Weather Driven By ‘Derecho’ Phenomenon

Rain and strong thunderstorms are familiar adversaries for Delaware Valley residents this time of year, but we could be targeted by a bigger problem: a derecho.