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Posts published in “Day: September 4, 2020

Businesses down the shore hoping for a good fall season

In any normal year, Labor Day Weekend would mark the last gasp of summer’s carefree vibe before work and school resumes. While that may not quite be the case for many this year, it’s still a welcome chance to relax and reflect.
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Controversial social media post raises community concerns

The post depicts a white police officer with two black men pointing guns to the front and back of the officer’s head. It was a meme reposted by Darby Township First Ward Commissioner Marvin Smith.
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4 Philadelphia-area Catholic schools move ahead with fall sports

Three independent Catholic high schools, who compete in the Philadelphia Catholic League, said they are moving ahead with some fall sports, despite the decision from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to opt-out of the season.
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Owner of SF's eSalon fights back tears denying she 'set up' Nancy Pelosi, demands apology

Erica Kious fought back tears as she read from a statement saying Pelosi should be the one to apologize to Americans for her actions earlier this week.
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Viral photo shows 2 California girls studying outside Taco Bell after eviction

An outpouring of support has rolled in the for family of the two young girls who were determined to complete online school despite eviction.
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