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Tuesday, Aug 2, 2011

FBI Vs. the Strawberry Mansion Youth League

FBI Vs. the Strawberry Mansion Youth League

The FBI plays the Strawberry Mansion Youth All-Star Basball League in a game of softball as part of the Step Up, Speak Up Campaign to curb violence in the community.

Tuesday, Aug 2, 2011

Award-Winning Journalist Lives in Homeless Shelter

Award-Winning Journalist Lives in Homeless Shelter

Local reporter Jose Espinosa was named the recipient of the 2011 International Street Paper Award, which he accomplished while living in a homeless shelter. Espinosa is a reporter for the Philadelphia street newspaper "One Step Away."

Tuesday, Aug 2, 2011

Time to Get Kids Ready to Go Back to School

Time to Get Kids Ready to Go Back to School

The Camden County, N.J. Boys and Girls Club is trying to jump start area children and get them ready to go back to school in a few weeks. The "Be Ready" initiative is offering support to help make sure students will be focused on learning throughout the school year.

Tuesday, Aug 2, 2011

Viewers Offer New Bike for Boy With Autism

Viewers Offer New Bike for Boy With Autism

There has been an outpouring of support for a local family in response to story about a cruel crime. Eleven-year-old Alex Jeffers' special three-wheeled bike was stolen from his backyard. Since the story first aired on Monday, the family has received offers of money and a replacement bike.

Wednesday, Jul 27, 2011

Small Steps in Speech

Small Steps in Speech

In memory of her fiance Marc Small who was killed serving his country in Afghanistan, Amanda Charney gives back by helping kids with speech impediments through Small Steps in Speech.

Wednesday, Jul 27, 2011

Devon Prep's Solar Car Creation

Devon Prep's Solar Car Creation

Jacob Riedel from the Devon Preparatory School talks about the solar car his team entered in a national competition.

Tuesday, Jul 26, 2011

Still Time for Summertime Fun With the Kids

Still Time for Summertime Fun With the Kids

Michelle Clarke, editor of Macaroni Kid, Northwest Philly, and Jeanne Hannum, editor of Macaroni Kid, Northeast Philly talk about their newletters and websites filled with exciting activities for kids.

Tuesday, Jul 26, 2011

Yarn Bombing Blankets the Area

Yarn Bombing Blankets the Area

Artistic expression using yarn, Yarn Bombing is spreading all across the area.

Tuesday, Jul 19, 2011

Military Aperciation Night at Bruce in the U.S.A. Show

Military Aperciation Night at Bruce in the U.S.A. Show

Larry Jamerson and Charles Roseboro from Freedom Gives Back found a great way to give back to military service members. Free tickets are available at Joint Base McGuire-Fort-Dix-Lakehurst and Barbs Harley Davidson in Collingswood.

Tuesday, Jul 19, 2011

Refurbished Bikes for Those in Need

Refurbished Bikes for Those in Need

The Urban Bike Project of Wilmington refurbishes old bikes to give to adults who need wheels. They also run a Youth Earn a Bike Program that helps get kids a bike of their own.

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Main Line School Worker Shows Lewd Images to Students: Cops
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Champions in Action Applications Sought

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