Spring break is over now, which means back to La Salle and back to the real world. It also means back to hearing all my friends talk about all their trips and show off their tans, and I’ll be like, “Yup I left my house a total of 4 times this week and woke up past noon every single day. 676 more words
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — To stitch or not to stitch? That often becomes the question when you’re bleeding.
You dropped a glass and cut your hand and even after applying pressure for 15 minutes, the bleeding won’t stop, head to the emergency room according to Dr. 117 more words
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (CBS) — Have you ever imagined living in the office park where you work? It’s becoming a reality in our area. 170 more words
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – City officials have announced a new pilot program they hope will increase safety throughout a busy section of Center City Philadelphia.
Beginning in the spring, the Market/JFK pilot project will run for nine months between 15th and 20th Streets. 148 more words
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s not officially spring, but enthusiasm has already sprung as more than 1,500 Philadelphia block captains are preparing for the city’s big cleanup at the Philadelphia Convention Center. 198 more words
The Phillies AAA squad downed the Yankees AAA guys 3-1 on Saturday afternoon thanks to the tw0-run homer by third baseman Zach Green. Green hit tape measure blast over the left centerfield fence out of one of the deepest parts of Ashburn Field. 328 more words
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — At the private Union League of Philadelphia, women took center stage this past week to discuss “glass ceiling” barriers. The conversation even turned to how they became members of what was an exclusive men’s club to network like the guys. 352 more words