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If a federal court ruling is upheld on appeal, it could increase in insurance premiums for millions.
A Montgomery County woman whose husband died after walking in ankle deep water at the Hereford Inlet in North Wildwood has filed a suit in state Superior Court.
SEPTA is looking for public feedback ahead of its Fiscal Year 2016 Annual Service Plan. Comments and input will be accepted through Aug. 31.
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A psychiatrist used his own weapon to stop a shooter Thursday at Mercy-Fitzgerald Hospital in Darby, Delaware County.
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As a reminder, in the event of a power outage that impacts traffic lights, all intersections should be treated as four-way stops.
Customs officers discovered the “black notes,” which criminals sell and instruct conspirators to 'wash' to transform into counterfeit money.
The burglar entered the home through an unlocked second-story window.
Olga Galdernez, 42, and her daughter, Jaylin Landaverry, 17, both passed away this week from injuries due to the July 1 explosion.
Allow extra time if traveling through the area.
Powerful storms blew through the area Wednesday night.
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“We are facing a pension crisis,” Governor Corbett said. “Across Pennsylvania, homeowners are facing rising property taxes due to out-of-control pension costs."
The inspection of the City Avenue bridge over the Schuylkill River is part of PennDOT’s program to inspect state bridges at least once every two years.
These sections of roadway will be monitored to see if other 65 mph zones should be raised to 70 mph, PennDOT said.
Cindy Lapinski has been a dedicated teacher, advisor, and mentor to middle school students for 16 years, Baldwin said.
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