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More than milk, hoagies, or gas, willingness to change accounts for Wawa's longevity

More than milk, hoagies, or gas, willingness to change accounts for Wawa's longevityWawa started about two centuries ago as an iron foundry in New Jersey.  Then it became a dairy in the early 20th century.

Milton Street says he will run for mayor (and build a movement) in 2015 [video]

Milton Street says he will run for mayor (and build a movement) in 2015 [video]When we last heard from T. Milton Street Sr., he lost a special election for a state-representative seat by nearly 55 percent of the vote. Nearly two years later, Street stood outside SEPTA's Allegheny Station on
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The death penalty, politics and the Boston Marathon bombing

The death penalty, politics and the Boston Marathon bombingShould accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev receive the death penalty?
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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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SEPTA's late-night experiment a 'huge step forward' into Philly's future

This week SEPTA announced it would return all-night subway service to the city of Philadelphia — a refreshingly progressive move from an organization that, at least in my opinion, has been far less than refreshing in my

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More than milk, hoagies, or gas, willingness to change accounts for Wawa's longevity

More than milk, hoagies, or gas, willingness to change accounts for Wawa's longevity

Wawa started about two centuries ago as an iron foundry in New Jersey.  Then it became a dairy in the early 20th century.
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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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