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Dorney Park Worker Falls Ill, OSHA Investigates

The U.S. Labor Department's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has launched an investigation into Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom after an employee was hospitalized at the Allentown theme park... »

Macaron Cafe Coming to Old City This Month

A café selling macarons, pastries and tea is coming soon to Old City. »

Tech CEO's Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Related to Amtrak

A lawsuit was filed Friday seeking damages relating to the death of a local technology company CEO in the Amtrak 188 derailment in Port Richmond that killed eight and injured hundreds in May. »

Obama Nominates Philly Judge to Federal Bench

President Obama on Thursday nominated a veteran Philadelphia Common Pleas Judge to fill a vacancy on the federal court. »

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Social Media Votes on Favorite Soda Flavors

Social media users got to vote on their favorite soda flavors from A-Treat sodas. And the winners are... »

Target to Sell Products Designed by Local University Students

The work of four Philadelphia University industrial design students has garnered them more than a grade. »

Texas Healthy Food Chain to Open 5 Stores, Massive Kitchen

A new competitor is hitting Philadelphia's healthy-eating market later this year, making Pennsylvania only the third state it's expanded into. »

Bucks County Researchers On Hunt for Hepatitis B Cure

A Canadian drug company with research facilities in Bucks County expects to begin human testing of four potential hepatitis B treatments during the first half of next year. »

New Whole Foods Coming to Chester County

A new Whole Foods Market is coming to Exton, Pennsylvania. »

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Commentator: Don't Blame Philly for HitchBOT's Death

Commentator: Don't Blame Philly for HitchBOT's Death

A fatal shooting in Point Breeze. A dead woman found inside a car in Kensington. A 5-year-old girl injured in a North Philly hit-and-run.

Super Cell: Big Wireless Service Upgrades for Pope Visit

Super Cell: Big Wireless Service Upgrades for Pope Visit

The sheer number of people crammed into the confined area and data-hungry wireless habits of event attendees has wireless carriers beefing up coverage to ensure people can stay connected.

 Target to Sell Products Designed by Local University Students

Target to Sell Products Designed by Local University Students

The work of four Philadelphia University industrial design students has garnered them more than a grade.

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