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Former Montgomery County Gymnastics Instructor Pleads Guilty To Molesting Young GirlThirty-three-year-old Daniel Erb pleaded guilty to Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse with a child under 13 and two counts of Endangering the Welfare of Child.
Sunscreen Dispensers Being Installed Throughout PhiladelphiaAbout 20 sunscreen dispensers are now being installed along Kelly Drive, at City Hall, at city pools and parks, and at Citizens Bank Park.
Rich Zeoli Column: On Memorial Day, Honor the Fallen; Remember the LivingMemorial Day is not Veterans Day. They are two distinctly different days that we, as a grateful nation, show our respect to those who have served our country.
'People Need To Go To Jail': Nat'l Security Expert Reacts To Leaks Of Investigation Into Manchester AttackPresident Trump is condemning leaks of the investigation into the Manchester Arena attack to the U.S. media, calling them "deeply troubling."
Panel Of Women Gives Devastating Review Of American Health Care ActPhiladelphia's Planned Parenthood director took a poke at the U.S. Senate's all-male panel to devise an alternative to the Affordable Care Act. She convened an all-female panel to discuss what's been proposed so far.
Parts Of 3rd Street Closed In Old City Due To Water Main IssuesA heavily used street in Old City is closed off to traffic Thursday due to some lingering issues from a broken water main.
Movie Review: Paris Can WaitIt’s difficult to hear the title of this stubbornly slow-moving movie, Paris Can Wait, without thinking, “But can we?”
Movie Review: BaywatchRemember the television series from a few decades ago that was so shallow, so frivolous, and so disposable that you knew it would never, ever, ever possibly turn up as a movie, even though virtually everything on the tube eventually turns up as a movie?
Robbery Suspect Arrested After Police Standoff At CVS In MediaMedia Police say they have Kwesi Hudson, a 46-year-old Wilmington man, in custody.
Philadelphia Police Headquarters To Move Into Old Inquirer BuildingThe Philadelphia landmark once known as the "White Tower of Truth" will become home to the thin blue line.
Wrongful Convictions: An Expert Look At How They HappenFour Philadelphia men have been set free over the past 10 months after spending years behind bars for crimes they did not commit.
New Study Looks Into Mental Health Effects Of Five Social NetworksThe survey studied 1,500 people between age 14 and 24, gauging their social media usage and mental well-being -- including body image, bullying, and depression.

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