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The Owls were up four with 25 seconds to play in overtime but lost on a last-second shot for the second time in the last 10 days (read more)


Holy Ghost Prep rallied in the fourth quarter to nip Bicentennial Athletic League Independence Division rival Lower Moreland, 47-46 (read more)

Rick Nash, who hadn't scored in his previous 12 games, had two goals as the Rangers ended a three-game skid and routed the Flyers, 5-1 (read more)

Like Eagles' Nick Foles, the Vikings' QBs has bounced around and persevered through setbacks (read more)

He follows in the footsteps of former Westtown teammate Mohamed Bamba, a 7-foot-1 center now at Texas (read more)

Onstage at the Free Library of Philadelphia Tuesday night, Michael Wolff betrayed no modesty about the runaway success of his tell-all on the inner workings of the Trump administration: "It's beyond a book," he said. "It's become a political event in itself. (read more)

New Jersey has a new governor, Democrat Philip Murphy, sworn in Tuesday. The former Wall Street investment banker has an ambitious liberal agenda. (read more)

It was a great weekend of football for the NFL playoffs, but it wasn't enough to stop the steady decline of NFL ratings the league has been struggling to deal with the past two seasons (read more)

Charges could be filed in connection with the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. (read more)

The gym chain says it removed CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News "to uphold a positive, healthy way of life environment." No-news zones are a sign of the times. (read more)

This winter, PennDOT has increased payments to townships, boroughs and cities in the five-county region for agreeing to plow snow from state roads within their boundaries. Officials who partner with PennDOT say they're better at plowing quickly. (read more)

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - A 19-year-old University of Pennsylvania student whose body was found buried in a shallow grave at a California park had been stabbed more than 20 times, according to The Orange County Register. (read more)

Bakers from Cambodia, South Korea, and China are among those serving Philadelphia with crusty French bread and buttery pastries (read more)

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