Main Line Hardware Store Says It Is Closing Shop After More Than 90 YearsOne of the last of its kind, a neighborhood hardware store, will be closing its' doors.
'Too Tall' Ballerina Lands On Her Feet With New Dance CompanyThe ballerina considered to be too tall by the Pennsylvania Ballet, and let go, has landed on her toes nicely.
La Salle Taps Graduating Senior As Commencement SpeakerWhile colleges and universities have lined up some notable figures as their commencement speakers for graduation ceremonies next month - from politicians and business people to rock stars - La Salle University continues its unique tradition.
Philadelphia Stock Exchange Moves To New LocationThe Philadelphia Stock Exchange, the nation's oldest, has moved into new space.
Vacant, Dilapidated Homes In Mantua Renovated Into Affordable ApartmentsThe $13-million development is the next step to revitalize and stabilize the Mantua community.
Rep. Boyle Concerned For Meals Program In Trump's Proposed Budget CutsIn Norristown, the people who serve meals to home bound older folks are concerned about how President Trump's proposed budget will affect their program.
Philly Public TV Station Gives Up Broadcast License In FCC AuctionThe FCC created the auction to free up bandwidth to accommodate the growing capacity needs of wireless technology.
Detroit-Based Company Looks To Resurrect American ManufacturingA Detroit-based watch and luxury goods company, capitalizing on its working-class heritage, is attracting interest because of its drive to resurrect American manufacturing.
Lansdale Man Accused Of Using Identity Of Deceased Baby For DecadesThe mother of an infant who died in Fort Worth, Texas 45-years ago says they were "surprised and suspicious" that someone had assumed his name for more than 20 years.
Dr. Oz Visits Conrail Railroad Tracks To Highlight Nation's Drug EpidemicThe stretch of tracks from the Fairhill section of Philadelphia to Kensington is known as "Camp Heroin."
Syrians, Local Experts Weigh In After U.S. Missile StrikeLocal foreign policy experts say, while President Trump has changed his view on intervening in Syria, he sent a clear message by ordering the "targeted" U.S. missile strike against the Assad regime.
Environmentalists Say Trump's Budget Cuts Will Make Philly Air Even WorsePhiladelphians breathe the second smoggiest air in Northeast, according to the latest data released by the advocacy group, PennEnvironment.

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