Wednesday, October 1, 2014 Tishri 7, 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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They're really just stone steps, all 72 of them: five flights of 13 and another with seven steps -- and those last ones are always the toughest on the legs. But throw in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the panoramic view of Center City in the backdrop, along with some background music provided by film composer Bill Conti's "Gonna...
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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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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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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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