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Premier English soccer team sponsoring sports clinic for Camden kids

Premier English soccer team sponsoring sports clinic for Camden kidsRepresentatives of an English Premier League team will be in Camden on Monday as the Liverpool Football Club's foundation hosts a free soccer clinic at Camden High School.

PATCO seeking volunteers for advisory committee

PATCO seeking volunteers for advisory committeeThe Delaware River Port Authority and PATCO are seeking some feedback from customers on how the agencies are are doing. 

Colorado woman sentenced to 10 years in death of Princeton man

Colorado woman sentenced to 10 years in death of Princeton manA woman who struck and killed a Princeton man on a cross-country bicycling trip in Colorado has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.

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The NewsWorks 6 — famous newsworthy groupings from the Philly region

The NewsWorks 6 — famous newsworthy groupings from the Philly region

The 40th anniversary next week of the Philadelphia 11 — the first women ordained as Episcopal priests — has us remembering some other prominent news stories about groups of people reduced in headlines to a number.
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4 ways America should respond to a world in chaos

The world requires global leadership from the United States. We as American citizens must realize that doing nothing, either explicitly as the isolationist far right want, or implicitly as the administration and far left want,

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Doctor's quick action kept Darby hospital gunman from killing others, authorities say

Doctor's quick action kept Darby hospital gunman from killing others, authorities say

The man who killed a 53-year old caseworker and wounded a doctor at the Mercy-Fitzgerald Hospital in Delaware County Thursday planned to kill more people, authorities say.
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3 tips for identifying poison ivy — beyond 'leaves of three'

3 tips for identifying poison ivy — beyond 'leaves of three'

For the past few summers, Elkins Park homeowner Laura Frank has been managing the poison ivy in her yard on her own. This year, though, the patch in her front yard exploded, seemingly overnight.
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