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Life in prison for man in infant's beating death

inquirer.com — A North Philadelphia man was found guilty of first-degree murder Thursday and sentenced to life in prison without parole in the 2009 beating death of his 11-month-old son.
Jul 24, 2014

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Camden man charged in hit-and-run

inquirer.com — A Camden man was arrested Wednesday night and charged in connection with a hit-and-run on Saturday that led to the death of a 39-year-old man.

Research into marine mammals' responses to sound

inquirer.com — A central question in the debate over a Rutgers University-led study of the ocean floor off the coast of Long Beach Island is whether the loud sound waves used to map the sediment will harm dolphins, whales, and other animals.
Jul 24, 2014

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Sweeney idea: A nonprofit board to rebuild Atlantic City

Jul 24, 2014

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Verdicts in the Traffic Court Trial

inquirer.com — Judge H. Warren Hogeland: Pleaded guilty in February 2013 to conspiracy and mail fraud. A Bucks County magistrate judge, he admitted that he agreed in 2010 to toss a $150 ticket for the son of another Traffic Court Judge who did not show up in court. Judge Kenneth N.
Jul 24, 2014

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Neshaminy trail meeting set

inquirer.com — LANGHORNE Bucks County officials will hold a meeting in August to solicit public comment for a potential trail along Neshaminy Creek, they announced this week.

Governor deserves credit for tackling pension crisis

inquirer.com — I am an employee of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with 30 years of service, having achieved a relatively high professional position in the civil-service system through promotions. I serve in a job I love and from which I have no intention of retiring, despite being eligible for a full pension in less than two years.
Jul 23, 2014

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