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Search continues for body of swimmer

The man jumped from a boat on the Delaware River, friends say, and disappeared below the surface.


Opponents derail Bridesburg trash-transfer station

The company behind the project has decided to give up the fight for its construction.


Man shot, collapses outside Mayfair house

Police say he was critically wounded after an argument with the shooter, who remains at large.


Saluting a slugger from the Northeast

Crescentville native Del Ennis passed away 15 years ago. But his legacy lives on for Phillies fans who followed the team in the 1950s.


Into the wild blue yonder

Heather Schultz has battled mightily to cope with disability that resulted from a pool accident. Her latest accomplishment is a flight-training program that has enabled her to soar to exhilarating heights.


Vehicle owners feel deflated

Police are looking for vandals who slashed the tires of 13 vehicles in Oxford Circle.


IRS: Tax scam brings many unhappy returns

Con artist “tax preparers” are telling seniors they can get big refunds. What they're likely to get is a lot of aggravation.


Little Bo-Beep needs love

Bo-Peep is a perky and sweet 12-week-old gray tabby kitten who was saved from a parking lot. She has been hand raised since 4 weeks old and is playful among kids, other cats and kitty-gentle dogs. She wants you to consider her as your new fur-baby. Bo-Peep is spayed, vaccinated, micro-chipped and Fiv and Felv tested negative. Forgotten Cats provides sterilization assistance for homeless felines. Apply at www.petfinder.com/shelters/PA586.html or apply at the adoption center in the PetSmart at 901 Old York Road in Abington.


Keeping memories afloat

A former sailor on the USS Forrestal organizes a ceremony to salute the ship and remember a deadly fire.


Police seek help in finding Rite-Aid robber

Philadelphia police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a masked gunman who robbed the Rite Aid pharmacy on the 6400 block of Oxford Ave. on Aug. 3.