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Darling Diva

I will be dragged into cold-weather clothes kicking and screaming! I’m still loving summer fashion while it’s warm out- today is the perfect day to try out some new platforms! 123 more words


Pa. Auditor General To Determine Cost Of Budget Battle On Schools

By Tony Romeo 

HARRISBURG, Pa. (CBS) — Pennsylvania’s auditor general says the state’s budget impasse, now entering its third month, is costing state school districts money and he will attempt to put a price tag on how much. 167 more words


'Can I touch your hair?'

Two weeks ago while I was at work, a woman commented on how nice my hair was. This was before I did my big chop when I had straw curls. 852 more words


3 Marines Honoring A Pair Of Fallen Brothers-In-Arms With 'The Long Walk'

By Dan Wing

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Three Marines from our area embarked on a 100-mile walk Tuesday morning to honor two of their fallen brothers-in-arms and to raise money for two charities in their names. 161 more words



We took our first Road Scholar trip to Philadelphia in April. A bit of history; Liberty Hall, Liberty Bell, Ben Franklin museum. A bit of art; Philly Art Museum, Roden Museum, Barns Foundation.


School Zone Speed Limits Back In Session

By Tim Jimenez

BENSALEM, Pa. (CBS) — With class back in session in a lot of suburban districts, police and school officials want to remind drivers about taking it slow in school zones. 157 more words


EACE: Accepting Conference Proposals *Deadline November 1*

By: Katie D. Scheuer, Thomas Jefferson University 

Shape the future by submitting a proposal for the 2016 Annual Conference in Philadelphia, PA!

Join our leaders as we create an agenda to impact you and your organization, including concurrent sessions that feature panels, lectures, round table discussions and speed learning. 83 more words