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Philadelphia: Charter School Accepts Student, Then Withdraws Acceptance After Seeing Her IEP

Franklin Towne Charter High School in Philadelphia has been accused of discrimination against a student with disabilities, reports Greg Windle in The Notebook.

Pamela James was thrilled when her granddaughter was accepted at Franklin Towne Charter High School. 336 more words

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Seventeen-month-old John W. Harrard died this date, July 20th, in 1848 and was buried at Bethel Burying Ground.

Seventeen-month-old John W. Harrard died this date, July 20th, in 1848 of Marasmus and was buried at Bethel Burying Ground. The child’s parents, Clement (38 y/o) and Comfort (31 y/o), had four other children at the time of their son’s death: Charlotte (12), Clement, Jr. 312 more words

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Am I Arriving Or Departing?

Waiting In Terminal F In Philly

On our trip to Ocean City, Maryland we spent some time waiting in terminal F of the airport. We have been here before, and I have always liked the way this set of flight boards look. 99 more words

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Making every minute count

I’ve been thinking a lot these past few days about the passing of my mother in June and how I miss her. Her death, along with the death of my father in 2015, pushes me into a different era, one in which there is no elder and the comforting, unconditional love of those who made me who I am is gone. 750 more words

Lawyer Of Victims In 2010 Philly Duck Boat Crash Calls For Ban Of Duck Boats

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) – The lawyer who represented the victims of a 2010 deadly duck boat crash in Philadelphia is calling for the ban of the amphibious vehicles after a… 430 more words

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Elderly Woman Taken To Hospital After Row Home Fire In Strawberry Mansion, Say Witnesses

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – An investigation is underway after a row home fire in Philadelphia’s Strawberry Mansion section.

The fire broke out after 2:30 a.m. 32 more words

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