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High tide is expected around 10 a.m. with wind gusts around 50 mph.
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"Nobody should have to send their kids into that situation," Juanita Jones-Wible said of her daughter's experiences in Philadelphia schools.
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So does my truck, which has fewer miles on it than the best lineman in franchise history.
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London trip offers a chance to bond, and breaks the intense focus on what went wrong last Sunday against Carolina.
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When you laugh so hard that you cry, you realize how little you ever really laugh like this at all. And it makes you sort of sad. It makes you realize that we need more wigs. More funny voices. More fun.
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Narberth passed a tax on plastic bags and a ban on plastic straws on Oct. 17.
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Greg Delimitros, the director of equipment operations, said, "We want to make it as close to possible to home."
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A few businesses in Philadelphia have gone cashless in recent years, notably the salad chain Sweetgreen and coffee Bluestone Lane, a coffee shop.
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BELLMAWR, N.J. (AP) - A quick eye by Goodwill workers in southern New Jersey turned up framed pages from an original 1774 Philadelphia newspaper with an iconic "Unite or Die" snake design on the masthead.
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State Rep. Vanessa Lowery Brown told prosecutors that the pressure of raising campaign money was so great, that she "succumbed" and broke the law.

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