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Montco Register of Wills to Appeal Judge’s Ruling Striking Down Gay Marriages

Already 174 marriage licenses for gay couples have been issued, and Montgomery County Register of Wills D. Bruce Haines doesn’t have any plans to stop […]

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Sixers Owner Josh Harris Makes It Onto Forbes “400 Richest” List

The Sixers may be the least successful of Philly’s four pro sports teams over the past 10 years, but their newish majority owner, Josh Harris, […]

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Does Rutgers Dean Jacquelyn Litt Hate Lesbians?

That’s what former Rutgers employee—and current lesbian—Laura Federico, alleges in a suit against the university: Laura Federico, who is a lesbian, claims she was fired […]

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Professional Thieves Robbing Work Trucks in Delco

Usually, when you steal a car, you’re stealing it because it’s a car. It can go places. There’s drink holders. You can put stuff in […]

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Josh Homme Seriously Hated Made in America

Oh, Philadelphia. What have we done? We try to have a nice time, maybe take in some music, and look what happens. A celebrity got […]

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US Appeals Court Tosses New Jersey’s Sports Gambling Law

You can forget about sports betting (legally) in Jersey, at least for the time being—a Philly-based US appeals court has ruled the the state’s efforts […]

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PHOTO: Marc Vetri Hovers Over Obama’s Shoulder During Navy Yard Shooting Address

Speaking to the press this afternoon, President Obama vowed to bring to justice those responsible for the “cowardly” mass shooting this morning at the Washington […]

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Look Out, Abington: the Red Light Cameras Are Coming

Red light cameras: not just for the city anymore. We all have Abington Township , the first municipality outside of Philly to install the cameras, […]

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Al Sharpton Says Tom Corbett Has Money for Jails, But Not Schools

Reverend Al Sharpton threw his hat into the Philly schools’ budget crisis ring over the weekend, saying that Gov. Corbett is willing to supply cash […]

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Ex-Penn Prof. Rafael Robb Is Still Deluded

Seven years ago, ex-Penn economics professor Rafael Robb beat his wife, Ellen Gregory Robb, to death with a metal bar. Then, he staged a break-in […]

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Gov. Corbett to Outline Medicaid Expansion, Work-Search Requirements

Tom Corbett has a plan to provide insurance for 500,000 uninsured Pennsylvanians as part of his proposed Medicaid changes—all you’ve got to do is get […]

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Revel Sued Over Summer Refund Promotion

Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse for Atlantic City’s newest ailing gambling palace, someone throws a lawsuit. One New York couple is suing […]

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Up to 8 in 10 Welfare Applicants Denied Assistance in Pennsylvania

As we begin to climb out of the Great Recession, rules for getting on cash welfare are getting tighter, and more people are getting denied. […]

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Pennsylvania Legislators Considering Cyberbullying Legislation

Online bullies headquartered in Pennsylvania, take note: your days of web tyranny are drawing to an end. So, you know, get your last shots in […]

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Philly Realtors Are Placing Classified Ads Looking for Sellers

Well, we knew the Philly housing market was doing pretty well, but not this well. So well, in fact, that local realtors have been putting […]