Pa. Game Commission checks on four peregrine falcon chicks atop City Hall [video + photos]

Pa. Game Commission checks on four peregrine falcon chicks atop City Hall [video + photos] His bandaged left arm in a sling, Kevin Vaughan looked out a 15th-floor City Hall window on Friday morning and saw an agitated peregrine falcon staring right back at him.
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The school to prison pipeline must end here

The school to prison pipeline must end hereLate last week, as the mayoral primary barreled toward its anticlimactic conclusion, PlanPhilly published a story about a bill that would allow the city to buy land in order to lay the groundwork for a new prison.
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Milton Street: I only ran for mayor so Tony Williams wouldn't win

Milton Street: I only ran for mayor so Tony Williams wouldn't winMilton Street finished a distant last in Tuesday's Democratic mayoral primary, but he certainly did not seem to care about that when he caught up with NinetyNine a couple days later to pull the curtain back on his

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Instead of blaming crash victims, let's build safer streets

Too often, we decide to chalk up traffic deaths as the cost of doing business: as long as cars, bicycles and human beings take up the same space on our streets, collisions will occur, people will die, and the person to blame
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Bucks County's Natalie Kaye on relaunching a career and making a difference

Some people retire to Florida. Others retire to care for grandchildren or to travel the world. When Natalie Kaye of Newtown retired from her corporate career at 55, she didn’t power down. Kaye powered up!

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Boy Scout move to end ban on gay leaders a 'half measure,' says expelled scoutmaster

Boy Scout move to end ban on gay leaders a 'half measure,' says expelled scoutmaster

Former Eagle Scout James Dale says that back in 1990 he was just doing what nearly a lifetime in Boy Scouts had taught him -- taking on a leadership role.
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Is high-deductible insurance changing healthcare shopping habits?

Is high-deductible insurance changing healthcare shopping habits?

New Jersey resident Ray Rizzuto says he keeps a closer watch on healthcare spending ever since he switched his family to high-deductible health coverage.
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