Philly sets surcharge to keep some workers away from tobacco-selling pharmacies

Philly sets surcharge to keep some workers away from tobacco-selling pharmacies The city of Philadelphia has new health coverage rules for workers who don't belong to a union.
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'Kick Ebola': song by Philly-based Liberians has 'edge' in war against virus

'Kick Ebola': song by Philly-based Liberians has 'edge' in war against virusChillton "De Merchant" James is a Liberian-born musician who runs a community recording studio in Southwest Philadelphia.

In wake of Rice decision, N.J. bills would change domestic violence law

In wake of Rice decision, N.J. bills would change domestic violence law Outrage over the Ray Rice trial earlier this year – in which the professional football player avoided jail time through  pretrial intervention – has rallied support for New Jersey legislation to change domestic

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Philly business folk seeking 'the inner wisdom that makes work fruitful'

I was lucky enough to participate in the second annual Junto Retreat in Philadelphia in September. I spoke to organizer Geoff DiMasi about how this incarnation of the junto can shape people's search for meaning in their work.
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Do I write because I’m mentally ill? Or am I mentally ill because I write?

"Am I in hell?" I ask the ER psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins. My face is a stinging, salty mask. The young doctor, who introduces himself only as "Ed," wears green scrubs and sneakers. "How strong is that delusion, Alaina? How

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Hazing allegations abruptly end Central Bucks West football season

Hazing allegations abruptly end Central Bucks West football season

Surprised. Shocked. Astonished. Those are just some of the adjectives Doylestown residents used while reacting to word this week that players on Central Bucks West High School's football team allegedly participated in hazing
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Do I write because I’m mentally ill? Or am I mentally ill because I write?

Do I write because I’m mentally ill? Or am I mentally ill because I write?

"Am I in hell?" I ask the ER psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins. My face is a stinging, salty mask. The young doctor, who introduces himself only as "Ed," wears green scrubs and sneakers. "How strong is that delusion, Alaina? How
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