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Also, four lion cubs were born at The Philadelphia Zoo. (Cue the "aww"!)
You can also bring American flags to your local American Legion for proper disposal.
They are the first lion cubs born at the Philadelphia Zoo since 1996.
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A suspicious man was seen, and fresh pry marks were found on the door.
Mill Creek Road will be closed continuously to all vehicles from Old Gulph Road to Righters Mill Road.
"Scam artists see weather-related events as opportunities to prey on unsuspecting individuals," the Department of Insurance said
The U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission recommends anchoring furniture to the wall or the floor.
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The man faces a single felony count of robbery, police said.
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Legislation legalizing medical marijuana in Pennsylvania cleared a state Senate committee in late June.
More than 100 firefighters and 28 trucks responded to the blaze.
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Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom shoots brave passengers 41 stories into the sky, then drops them back to the ground at 90 miles per hour.
Total tax revenue from the slots in fiscal year 2013-2014 was $1,241,218,137.
All of the data came from the schools themselves; it is information they are required to report under the Clery Act.
There have been recent sightings of Great Whites, but there has never been a confirmed shark attack in New Jersey waters, says an article on APP.com.