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Pets of the Week (June 12, 2013)

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Rush hopes budget cuts don’t kill exchange program

Students recently returned from a trip to Poland organized by an assistant principal. 


Congregants in Frankford plead to keep church open

St. Joachim parishoners — as well as those at St. Leo — are trying everything to keep their churches open.


Third-grader enlists in budget battle

Eight-year-old Bustleton girl petitions to halt district layoffs.


Judge sentences priest and former school teacher to prison terms

      A judge today ordered lengthy prison terms for a priest and a former Catholic school teacher who were convicted of molesting a 10-year-old boy at St. Jerome's parish in the 1990s.


Making history

Pennepack Baptist Church celebrates its 325th anniversary.  


Creating something Awesome

Somerton resident to honor 80s at Awesome Fest.


Thousands of layoffs stun Philadelphia School District

More than 3,700 School District employees received pink slips in what could prove to be the largest job cut in almost 40 years.


Days could be numbered for Philadelphia Traffic Court

State senate to vote on transferral of Philadelphia Traffic Court.


Ramsey tells Chamber NE burglaries on rise

Police commish addresses crime levels at Chamber of Commerce luncheon.