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Priest steps back from opening house for recovering addicts WASHINGTON TWP. The Rev. John Stabeno calls his Monday-night meetings a sobering dose of "reality."In the basement of St. Charles Borromeo, dozens of drug addicts and alcoholics and their family members meet weekly to vent, cry, laugh, and smile
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Paulsboro deserves better At Don's Barber Shop in Paulsboro, "we know the water in this town is contaminated," owner Donald Wilson says. "But we don't know enough."
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House by house, Brigantine is getting higher BRIGANTINE, N.J. - There was never any question about the lift.When your trusty rancher is about to become a second-floor rancher - wrenched off its foundation and cranked up 51/2 feet like a boat resting on the shoulders of a lifeguard - measures have to
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Pa. Treasurer McCord sells himself as governor material First of four candidate profilesRob McCord looked like he'd been dropped into that ubiquitous cellphone commercial, seated in an undersized chair at a too-tiny table in a Philadelphia classroom.
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Showcase focuses a wide lens on African American history and culture PHILADELPHIA The annual Black History and Culture Showcase is a weekend gallery for the unsung keepers of the past.
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Area survivors of Boston marathon bombing go back to race BOSTON - Among the runners and survivors of last year's bombing who are flooding back here for Monday's Boston Marathon, a few themes emerge:
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Paul A. Orlov, 66, college professor Paul A. Orlov, 66, of Berwyn, a retired college professor so commanding in the classroom a student once dubbed him "the Emperor of English," died Tuesday, April 8, of cancer at Bryn Mawr Hospital.
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Jean Barnes Mitchell, 84, schoolteacher Jean Barnes Mitchell did not drift away from her closest classmates at Merchantville High School, though friends often are naturally pulled away by the tides of change.
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Center City Jazz Festival brings out the music enthusiasts PHILADELPHIA Ernest Stuart - trombonist, entrepreneur, and organizer of the Center City Jazz Festival - stopped as he darted up the stairs at Fergie's Pub Saturday to check on one of the acts.
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Crucial deadline in N.J. for adoptees seeking birth parents Gov. Christie faces an April 28 deadline on the New Jersey Adoptees' Birthright Bill, which would give adopted adults over 18 access to their full original birth certificates.
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