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Published: Fri, 21 Jul 2017 18:52:58 GMT


Philly 420: Abington arresting fewer white people for weed
The second largest town in Montgomery County is 79 percent white. So why, in 2015, did its arrest records show a noticeable flip in the racial makeup of those being arrested for marijuana possession?

'I don't want him to have died without people knowing that he was somebody'
Neighbors are trying to find the family of Sebastian Riley, a fixture in his North Philadelphia neighborhood.

Old grudge fueling NAACP opposition to Lynne Abraham?
As DA, Lynne Abraham opposed Common Pleas Judge Frederica Massiah Jackson's appointment to the federal bench, and the NAACP never forgot that.

Another noose: It's fair to question the real motive
The noose is a symbol of hate, but it's fair to wonder if they are showing up lately to make the right look bad.

Flowers: Cosby taking the hit for men who've wronged women
Bill Cosby is an easy target, standing in for all the men who might have mistreated women in a distant past, and he's

South Jersey man's hiking blog has half million fans, and climbing is a charming, savvy, user-friendly, how-to overview of picturesque places to walk, and to bring along the kids along to, parts of the Garden State that hiking guidebooks generally ignore.

The Bar scene is no place for pro-life lawyers
As a conservative woman who believed that abortion was both immoral and legally indefensible, it was impossible to feel welcomed or respected in an organization like the Philadelphia Bar Association that had become increasingly left-leaning.

For South Jersey veteran, 93, flying never gets old
Charles Osborne flew combat missions over Belgium, Holland, and Germany. Earlier this month, at the Millville Army Air Field where he had trained long ago, he received a 'Quilt of Honor.'

Carving out an artists' haven in Camden: free studios, residences
Waterfront South is home to a growing number of arts and culture organizations.

Worldview: Foreign policy suffers because Trump spreads fake facts
The president needs to stop tuning in to websites that mislead the public with false information that sows confusion.