Wednesday, July 8, 2015 Tammuz 21, 5775
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Despite the continued objections of nearby residents and several religious leaders, the Lower Moreland Township's Zoning Hearing Board voted unanimously to approve construction of a 130-foot T-Mobile cell-phone tower on land that, depending upon whom you ask, is either adjacent to, or part of, cemetery grounds. An attorney representing a vocal group opposed to the project promised an appeal. T-Mobile...
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Who among us isn't mystified by the allure of water? A babbling brook, an ocean wave, a cool pool, a hot shower -- even the fountain in the local mall has a certain appeal. It can give pause to the bustle of everyday life; it can make you stop, stare, even spur you to toss a coin into its midst...
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Shortly after rolling her cart into the frozen section at Best Value Kosher Meats in Northeast Philadelphia, a distraught Silvia Samuels suddenly embraced an employee, seemingly unwilling to let go. Moments later, another longtime shopper walked in and immediately voiced her amazement that the glatt-kosher supermarket and butcher shop -- one of the few in the city and surrounding area...
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After more than two months of investigating a hit-and-run, Lower Merion Township Police arrested a man for leaving the scene of an Oct. 9 accident that killed 70-year-old Mirian Biniashvili on the Main Line. Enrique F. Webb, 38, who resides in West Philadelphia, confessed to police on Dec. 8 that he was driving the dark-blue Chevrolet van that struck Biniashvili...
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Like many women, Ilyse Shapiro, 40, originally of Cherry Hill, N.J., has made certain sacrifices in order to raise a family. Namely, the marketing guru and Temple University MBA switched from a full-time career track to one working part-time out of her home. Though Shapiro says that she loves being a stay-at-home mom to daughters Emma Rose, 9, and Molly,...
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