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Red-light camera computer glitch good news for N.J. drivers

Red-light camera computer glitch good news for N.J. driversOfficials in New Jersey towns with red-light cameras are hoping they won't be losing revenue because of a technical glitch that's resulted in local courts dismissing more than 17,000 violations.

UPDATED: Nutter and DC 33 both can claim victory in new contract for Philly workers

UPDATED: Nutter and DC 33 both can claim victory in new contract for Philly workersA five-year stalemate between Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter and the city's largest municipal worker union has finally come to an end.

Next Exit Shore Guide (week of Aug 21- Aug 27)

Next Exit Shore Guide (week of Aug 21- Aug 27)Seems like Philly's own Kevin Hart is everywhere these days, but this weekend the actor and comedian will be at Caesars Atlantic City. Hart will be performing two stand-up comedy shows on Friday night. Ticket prices range from

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That can't be your favorite fragrance ... can it?
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That can't be your favorite fragrance ... can it?

A horse-mad friend — one of those women whose idea of bliss is to be on horseback — recently remarked, "I wish they made a scented candle that smelled like a barn!" A barn? Really? This would not be my own first choice.
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Know your friends better now to make life's journey worthwhile

As fate and cancer would have it, I found myself going to too many funerals and giving too many spontaneous eulogies these past weeks. Standing in front of family and friends, memories and moments spent together keep pouring

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Reporter's Roundtable: DC33 gets a new contract, Taney Dragons look back on miracle ride

Reporter's Roundtable: DC33 gets a new contract, Taney Dragons look back on miracle ride

Holly Otterbein discusses details of a contract agreement between the city of Philadelphia and blue collar workers.  And Aaron Moselle shares impressions from Williamsport, where the Taney Dragons struck out last night
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Turning tampons into agents for change

Turning tampons into agents for change

A Philadelphia company uses feminine hygiene products to empower girls in developing countries.
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