Jun 07

Fiery 3-vehicle crash on Route 42 North in Gloucester Township, N.J.

Fiery 3-vehicle crash on Route 42 North in Gloucester Township, N.J.

    1 lane still blocked after fiery crash on Route 42
    One lane remains blocked after a fiery crash involving three vehicles shut down part of Route 42 in Gloucester Township, Camden County. The crash and resulting fire happened after 6 a.m. Thursday in the northbound lanes near Lower Landing Road. Video from Chopper 6 showed an SUV, a minivan and a sedan which collided in the left lanes.
    http://6abc.com

Jun 07

Fiery 3-vehicle crash shuts down Route 42 North in Gloucester Township, N.J.

Fiery 3-vehicle crash shuts down Route 42 North in Gloucester Township, N.J.

    LIVE: Fiery 3-vehicle crash shuts down Route 42
    Today's Top Stories WATCH NOW TOP VIDEOS A fiery crash involving three vehicles shut down part of Route 42 in Gloucester Township, Camden County. The crash and resulting fire happened after 6 a.m. Thursday in the northbound lanes near Lower Landing Road.
    http://6abc.com

May 30

Dang, there's more than 60 farmers markets around Philly and the 'burbs

Where: 54 North Bryn Mawr Avenue

This article has 16 other Philadelphia locations (Show)

Where: 7673 Germantown Ave, Chestnut Hill

Where: 43rd Street and Baltimore Avenue

Where: Dickinson Square Park, at Moyamensing Avenue and Morris Street

Where: On Church Street in between 2nd and 3rd streets

Where: 23rd and Pine streets

Where: East Passyunk Avenue, at 11th and Tasker streets

Where: 215 E. Penn Street

Where: 6300 Ridge Avenue

Where: 2501 East Cumberland Street

Where: 5267 Germantown Ave

Where: West Hunting Park Avenue and Old York Road

Where: North Park Avenue and Tabor Road

Where: 4300 Silverwood Street

Where: 1 Park Lane, Downingtown, in Kerr Park

Where: 200 Mill Street

Where: 960 Spruce Street, Lawrence Township

    61 Farmers' Markets Around Philadelphia and South Jersey
    There's no better place to get your fresh produce fix than at a local farmers' market - here are dozens of Philly-area spots to do just that. One of the many, many perks of warmer weather is the lush and bountiful produce scene. Everything just seems to taste better - probably because it's in season.
    https://www.phillymag.com

May 30

61 Farmers’ Markets Around Philadelphia and South Jersey

Where: 54 North Bryn Mawr Avenue

This article has 16 other Philadelphia locations (Show)

Where: 7673 Germantown Ave, Chestnut Hill

Where: 43rd Street and Baltimore Avenue

Where: Dickinson Square Park, at Moyamensing Avenue and Morris Street

Where: On Church Street in between 2nd and 3rd streets

Where: 23rd and Pine streets

Where: East Passyunk Avenue, at 11th and Tasker streets

Where: 215 E. Penn Street

Where: 6300 Ridge Avenue

Where: 2501 East Cumberland Street

Where: 5267 Germantown Ave

Where: West Hunting Park Avenue and Old York Road

Where: North Park Avenue and Tabor Road

Where: 4300 Silverwood Street

Where: 1 Park Lane, Downingtown, in Kerr Park

Where: 200 Mill Street

Where: 960 Spruce Street, Lawrence Township

    61 Farmers' Markets Around Philadelphia and South Jersey
    There's no better place to get your fresh produce fix than at a local farmers' market - here are dozens of Philly-area spots to do just that. One of the many, many perks of warmer weather is the lush and bountiful produce scene. Everything just seems to taste better - probably because it's in season.
    https://www.phillymag.com

May 24

North Korea demolishes its nuclear test site in a ‘huge explosion’

...geologic perspective, it’s a really good choice,” says Frank Pabian, an imagery analyst at 38 North with a long background in studying nuclear testing. Most of the test tunnels lie under...

    North Korea demolishes its nuclear test site in a 'huge explosion'
    North Korea closed its nuclear test site in spectacular fashion Thursday, blasting the site in what one observer described as a "huge explosion." "You could feel it. Dust came at you, the heat came at you," reported Sky News' Asia Correspondent Tom Cheshire, a British broadcaster who was invited to the demolition.
    https://whyy.org

May 15

Delaware Bay

The Museum of Cape May County, 504 Route 9 North, Cape May Court House, N.J.

This article has 1 other Philadelphia location (Show)

Independence Seaport Museum, 211 S. Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia

    Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia
    The Delaware Bay does not often get the historical acknowledgement received by its estuarine neighbor, the Delaware River, but it exerted equal weight in shaping the Philadelphia region's cultural and economic development. Over seven hundred square miles in size and bordered by New Jersey and Delaware, the Delaware Bay is one of America's premier maritime gateways, connecting the Philadelphia region to both international and domestic trade.
    http://philadelphiaencyclopedia.org

May 08

Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (The)

The Franklin Collection, Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University, 120 High Street, New Haven, Conn.

This article has 6 other Philadelphia locations (Show)

...beyond medical publishing into elementary and high school textbooks, reference materials, and religious works. In 1961 Lippincott acquired A.J. Holman Company, a noted a publisher of Bibles and religious books, and...

J.B. Lippincott Company Records and Lea & Febiger Records, 1815-1992, Library Company of Philadelphia, 1314 Locust Street, Philadelphia.

Curtis Publishing Company records, 1891-1968, Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1300 Locust Street, Philadelphia.

Philadelphia Bulletin Building, 3001-25 Market Street, Philadelphia.

J.B. Lippincott Headquarters Building, 227 S. Sixth Street, Philadelphia.

Athenaeum of Philadelphia, 219 S. Sixth Street, Philadelphia.

    Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia
    Over eighteen years, from 1771 until his death, Benjamin Franklin (1706-90) composed an unfinished record of his life's tribulations and successes. Written in simple, often humorous language, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin offered readers in the new United States an accessible, exemplary narrative of American upward mobility.
    http://philadelphiaencyclopedia.org

Apr 24

Saber Healthcare takes over operations of Suburban Woods, 10 other Pa. nursing homes

Before taking over the 11 Oak facilities, Saber had 111 facilities with 10,002 beds in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, Virginia, Indiana...

    Saber Healthcare takes over operations of Suburban Woods, 10 other Pa. nursing homes - Philly
    Saber Healthcare Group, of Cleveland, has taken over from the nonprofit Oak Health & Rehabilitation Centers Inc. as the operator of 11 Pennsylvania nursing homes, including six in the Philadelphia area, representatives of the facilities. - Harold Brubaker, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News
    http://www.philly.com

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