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Lawmakers want Holocaust taught in Pa. schools

State Sen. Anthony Williams and state Rep. Brendan Boyle are both hopeful that their legislation requiring the teaching of the Holocaust, genocide and human rights violations will become law.


Blue Mass honors fallen heroes

Holy Family University hosted its seventh annual Blue Mass to honor fallen police and firefighters and those who have supported them.


All in the family

Nancy Pokorny recalls her mom lobbying her on a career choice.


Celebrating life

Pamela Fauntleroy and Colleen Hofmeister were among the stars on Friday at Cancer Treatment Centers of America’s Celebrate Life 2013, its annual ceremony that honors five-year survivors.


‘I’m here to help peple’

After 26 years, congressional aide Annamarie Feeney is still going strong.


Take me out to the ball game

And buy me some garlic nachos and hummus. The team of chefs at Citizens Bank Park is offering much more than traditional ballpark food.


Sending love over there

Every year, on the last Monday in May, the people of the United States remember the military heroes who died while serving the country.


Gault talks about what led to his defeat

Bill Gault would sometimes borrow from The Godfather to illustrate the challenges confronting him as the elected president of Philadelphia’s firefighters union, which is in the midst of a four-year contract dispute with the city.



Sabatina hopes to increase penalties for home invasion crimes

State Rep. John Sabatina Jr., who has learned of recent home invasions in places like Mayfair, Rhawnhurst and Bucks County, wants to do something about it.