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Philadelphia Energy Solutions

Potential buyers for the PES refinery submitted preliminary bid documents Friday, but who they are remains confidential information. Read more here. Read more

Hoa Binh Plaza.

The Vietnamese plaza at 16th Street and Washington Avenue that contains one of the oldest Vietnamese supermarkets in Philadelphia is still open for business, even though a developer plans to buy it. Read more here. Read more

Philadelphia police briefing

City authorities are urging anyone who was in Rittenhouse Square Thursday night to contact them after a man was stabbed to death. Read more here.Read more

Montgomery county courthouse in Norristown, Pa.

A Montgomery County mother was held in contempt of court while she had a full-blown seizure during her child custody proceeding. Read the exclusive story here.Read more

Board of Social Services.

Camden County plans to relocate its social services headquarters from Camden to Stratford. Read more here.Read more

Maurice Hudson at a press conference discussing getting sent to jail for not being able to pay court costs.

A Philadelphia man who was on probation and jailed for being unable to pay his court costs is now free. Advocates say he is another example of why probation reform needs to happen now. Read more here. Read more

Villanova head coach Mark Ferrante

One of the best rivalries in college football will be on display Saturday on the Main Line, when Villanova hosts Delaware in the regular season finale for both teams. Read more here.Read more

Walter Farrell

Authorities have charged a man they say shot at two Philadelphia police officers in front of a packed SEPTA bus Thursday morning in Wissinoming, injuring one cop. Read more here.Read more

Sales clerk Jimmy Canzoneri stocks the shelves at Smokes 4 Less smoke shop in the village of Wappingers Falls on November 12, 2019.

Pennsylvania will soon join 18 other states in banning the sale of cigarettes and other tobacco products to those under age 21. However, the bill is not sitting well with anti-smoking advocates. Read more

David Hamilton

David Hamilton, the man who disappeared into the woods in Bucks County after he was accused of repeatedly raping two children has pleaded guilty, and he will spend at least a decade in prison. Read more.Read more

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