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Even holds special meaning for the team's three American players. [Read More]
Philly could be eliminated from playoff contention as early as Wednesday night. [Read More]
Bryce Harper, J.T. Realmuto and Aaron Nola should be primary factors determining the Phillies' success. [Read More]
Tickets are $10 each and available online... [Read More]
Veteran starter is confident off-season upgrades will help Gabe Kapler's team reach the postseason. [Read More]
More than 20 swimmers from the Hatboro team participated in the YMCA East District Championships... [Read More]
Jim Harteis, a 1965 graduate, wanted to pay it forward after relying on financial aid when he went to the college. [Read More]
Congressman Donald Norcross has introduced a bill to provide blood testing for military firefighters potentially impacted by PFAS chemicals. Meanwhile, Sen. Bob Menendez is asking... [Read More]
Braves and Nationals look like the Phillies' biggest challengers in the division. [Read More]
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The Rams lost 64-62 in the PIAA Class 6A boys basketball championship game. [Read More]
Former District Judge John Waltman was stripped of his state pension as of last month. He also owes the state public employee retirement system for... [Read More]
Joseph Williams, 19, of Bristol Township was found guilty Friday of first-degree murder in the killings of Zyisean McDuffie and Tommy Ballard. Goddard, 49, was... [Read More]
Falls residents opposed to Elcon's hazardous waste disposal facility planned in Falls say the ordinance could keep the site from operating, while officials say they... [Read More]
Prosecutors say a Bensalem man lied about serving in the U.S. Navy and being wounded in Afghanistan in order to receive a lesser jail sentence... [Read More]
After reviewing the brutal beatings, rape, murder and dismemberment of young Grace Packer by her adoptive mother and her boyfriend, tell me again about your... [Read More]
New hires, promotions and awards at local companies. [Read More]
On Wednesday, state Rep. Gene DiGirolamo, of Bensalem, introduced legislation to set a "minimum ratio of patients to nurses." [Read More]
Proceeds from the campaign benefit the food program of Bucks County Opportunity Council. [Read More]
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