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12 outstanding ovens that prove Philly knows pizza [photos]

12 outstanding ovens that prove Philly knows pizza [photos]Over the past few years there's been a full-on renaissance when it comes to Philadelphia's pizza scene. We did some digging to learn about the ovens that make our favorite pizzas.

Koreans in Delaware react to sinking of South Korean ferry

Koreans in Delaware react to sinking of South Korean ferryThousands of miles away, many Delaware residents with Korean ancestry are following the news of a tragic ferry accident off the coast of South Korea.

Philly police will no longer hold immigrants on behalf of ICE

Philly police will no longer hold immigrants on behalf of ICEPhiladelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has publicly signed an executive order that the city will no longer keep immigrants in police custody at the request of Immigration and Customs Enforcement or ICE. The Wednesday announcement
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Testing the meaning of 'service,' by serving, with lessons for all

"Servant" isn't something people often call themselves. It's an uncomfortable word. Though most of us serve in some way, we are likely tagged as attendants, assistants, consultants, contractors, or specialists. None of those
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NewsWorks readers help a writer in search of the sour-cherry dumplings of her bubba

Stacia Friedman's search for a lost sour-cherry varenyky recipe led her to discover her Ukrainian heritage. But where can she find the delicious dumplings? NewsWorks readers have some ideas.

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'Election season' in North Philly: parents hear pitches on charter conversion

'Election season' in North Philly: parents hear pitches on charter conversion

The stump speeches have begun, and with them, the partisan divide. Parents at two North Philly elementary schools are fast approaching an election that could forever alter the academic trajectory of their children.
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The Obamacare rollout continued: The varied fates of three enrollees

The Obamacare rollout continued: The varied fates of three enrollees

Now that the clock has wound down for health care enrollment through the Affordable Care Act this year, The Pulse thought it a prime time to revisit several people who tried early on to navigate new options.
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