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SEPTA announces bus route changes for papal visit, still has regional rail passes available

SEPTA announces bus route changes for papal visit, still has regional rail passes availableSEPTA has revealed plans for its bus routes for the Sept. 26-27 papal weekend, which will see increased, weekday-level service on some routes, truncated routes, and some lines suspended altogether. For up-to-date service and

Cherry Hill, NJ, releases no-parking zones and other plans for papal weekend

Cherry Hill, NJ, releases no-parking zones and other plans for papal weekendCherry Hill is the latest South Jersey town to release its plan for vehicle and pedestrian traffic during Pope Francis's visit to Philadelphia next month for the World Meeting of Families.

Gun murder capital of the western world, rinse and repeat

Gun murder capital of the western world, rinse and repeat  I almost wish that Twitter and Facebook hadn't scrubbed Vester Lee Flanagan's snuff video. Maybe it should be required viewing. If everyone could see what premeditated murder actually looks like, what the thunderous

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