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Black Madam: Amber was like a walki...

Black Madam: Amber was like a walking billboard

During cross-examination in her murder trial, the woman known as Black Madam dropped the names of celebrities whose butts she had injected.
It's a new day at the Flower Show

It's a new day at the Flower Show

Friendly labor cooperation means everything’s coming up roses this year. But will union picketers pull it into the weeds?
Painter says he included Monica Lew...

Painter says he included Monica Lewinsky's dress in Bill Clinton portrait

RENOWNED Bucks County portrait artist Nelson Shanks has painted everyone from Princess Diana to President Bill Clinton and from Pope John Paul II to Marisa Tomei. He and his wife, Leona, are the founders of Studio Incamminati, an art school on 12th Street near Callowhill.
Jail for mom in daughter's fatal sh...

Jail for mom in daughter's fatal shooting

TIFFANY GOLDWIRE, 32, a mother who had pleaded guilty in December to involuntary manslaughter in the tragic death of her 11-year-old daughter, was sentenced yesterday to 21 months to five years in state prison by Common Pleas Judge Glenn Bronson.
Philly's version of Academy Awards ...

Philly's version of Academy Awards are so not boring

Mayor Nutter announces winners of the 2015 Richardson Dilworth Awards
Noteworthy SEPTA ride

Noteworthy SEPTA ride

THE HALLS of SEPTA's Jefferson Station are alive with the sound of music. In celebration of the Philadelphia Flower Show, the transit authority is hosting three musical groups that will perform inside the station, on 11th Street near Filbert in Center City, Kristin Geiger, a SEPTA spokeswoman, said yesterday.

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Gov. Wolf confirms Bill Green repla...

Gov. Wolf confirms Bill Green replaced as SRC chair

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has replaced Bill Green as the chair of the Philadelphia School Reform Commission.
Keith Yandle traded to Rangers

Keith Yandle traded to Rangers

The Rangers have acquired defenseman Keith Yandle and defenseman Chris Summers in exchange for defenseman John Moore and top prospect Anthony Duclair, as well as a first-round draft pick in 2016.
Jimmie Johnson wins at Atlanta

Jimmie Johnson wins at Atlanta

Likely locking up a run at his record-tying seventh championship before it even turns to spring, Jimmie Johnson pulled away after the final restart with 13 laps to go Sunday, winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
LeBron: Kick 'not basketball play'

LeBron: Kick 'not basketball play'

Rockets guard James Harden was called for a flagrant foul for appearing to kick LeBron James below the belt in Sunday's 105-103 overtime win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Ian Poulter, Paul Casey in lead

Ian Poulter, Paul Casey in lead

Ian Poulter lost command of the Honda Classic with two swings on consecutive tee shots in a wild final hour Sunday. He still had a share of the lead with Paul Casey heading into a sprint-to-the-finish at soggy PGA National.
James Harden, Rockets edge LeBron J...

James Harden, Rockets edge LeBron James, Cavaliers in OT

James Harden scored 33 points for Houston and Cleveland star LeBron James missed a pair of free throws with 4.2 seconds left in overtime, helping the Rockets hold on for a 105-103 win over the Cavaliers on Sunday.

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The New Boom

The New Boom

A view of Center City from Penn Medicine's Center for Advanced Cellular Therapeutics, taken on a February morning at sunrise. Photograph by Chris Sembrot Were you here in 1987? If you were, maybe you remember the thrill of One Liberty Place rising in the sky - an honest-to-God Philadelphia skyscraper at last, looking down on Billy Penn's hat.

Conshy's O'Neill is back - and buil...

Conshy's O'Neill is back - and building

A decade ago, O'Neill Properties, a major force in reshaping Conshohocken's waterfront, had shovels in the ground all along the East Coast. Then the recession hit.

Coldest February in 36 years; recor...

Coldest February in 36 years; record second half

With an average temperature of 25.8, this month was the coldest February in 36 years in Philadelphia, according to the National Weather Service. The cold also was singular in its tenacity, leaving a legacy of icy sidewalks and ice-clogged waterways, with the last two weeks represented the coldest such period in Philadelphia since recordkeeping began in 1874.

Police Arrest 2 Teens Connected To ...

Police Arrest 2 Teens Connected To Philadelphia Attacks, Robberies

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Pa. Senate prepares to debate virtu...

Pa. Senate prepares to debate virtues of House's liquor privatization bill

The Wine & Spirits store on Lincoln Way East in Chambersburg and other state run sites could be turned over to become private owned. Pictured on Thursday, April 14, 2011.

Experts: Malls are ready for terror...

Experts: Malls are ready for terror threats

Those are the changes shoppers are likely to see at their local shopping malls if legitimate terror threats are received, according to security experts. The Philadelphia division of the FBI said Friday that it was unaware of threats against local malls.

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