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March 2, 2015 | By Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Staff Writer
Levi Worthington says he's been shown "nothing but love" by the folks at Octorara since transferring from Coatesville before this school year. He showed a measure of his appreciation Saturday afternoon on the hardwood at a pavked Colonial Elementary School in Plymouth Whitemarsh. The 6-foot-5, 165-pound senior forward delivered 24 points and six rebounds as the Braves clobbered Glen Mills, 80-54, in a fast-paced contest to earn their first PIAA District 1 Class AAA championship since 2011.
BUSINESS
February 24, 2015
Bryn Mawr Bank Corp. , Bryn Mawr, has elected Michael Clement and John May to its board. They had served as directors of Continental Bank Holdings Inc., which Bryn Mawr Bank Corp. acquired on Jan. 1. Clement is a partner with the law firm Wisler, Pearlstine, Talone, Garrity & Potash L.L.P. May is a partner in the corporate and securities department of Pepper Hamilton L.L.P. The University City District has named the following board members: Jamie Gauthier , executive director of the Sustainable Business Network and president of the Garden Court Community Association; Tom Klaritch , executive vice president of HCP; Mark Mills , president of the Metropolis Group; Joe Reagan , vice president-development at Wexford Science & Technologies; Joe Ritchie , vice president of development at Brandywine Realty Trust; and Joe Vitali , vice president of finance and administration at the University of the Sciences.
SPORTS
February 22, 2015 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
CLEARWATER, Fla. - Major League Baseball announced rules changes on Friday that are intended to quicken the game's pace, and Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg is all for it. The pace of the average game has slowed by nearly a half hour in the last 34 years. Under the new rules, a manager no longer needs to leave the dugout to invoke instant replay to challenge an umpire's call; a batter must keep one foot in the batter's box at all times; and in-stadium timers will be used to enforce a prompt return to play after commercial breaks.
NEWS
February 7, 2015 | By Jane M. Von Bergen, Inquirer Staff Writer
The National Labor Relations Board's Philadelphia office has agreed to hear complaints filed by Au Bon Pain employees at the Philadelphia International Airport. In their unfair labor practice charges filed last year, the employees complained that in September the company tried to dissuade them from attempting to form a union by disciplining two of the activists, by currying favor by offering to pay for an employee's child care and by bringing in the Boston-based company's chief executive to meet workers.
NEWS
February 5, 2015 | By Amy Worden, Inquirer Harrisburg Bureau
HARRISBURG - Gov. Wolf wants to expand the executive-branch gift ban he put in place last month to dozens of independent state boards, commissions, and agencies. In letters sent Tuesday, Wolf urged board members and leadership of 25 commissions, authorities, and other agencies to enact a ban on gifts for their employees, as he did with members of the executive branch on his first day in office. Wolf said gift-taking by officials has "plagued" the public trust. "Too often our leaders take advantage of the public, but I am committed to making government work so we can restore the public's trust and make sure we are being open and transparent," the governor wrote.
NEWS
February 3, 2015 | By Jacqueline L. Urgo, Inquirer Staff Writer
BEACH HAVEN, N.J. - Those with front-row seats for at least part of the ongoing drama of keeping the historic Surflight Theatre afloat may think they've seen this play before, too. But the directors of the beleaguered theater company - billed as "Broadway at the Beach" in this Long Beach Island town - say their latest plea to save the 450-seat venue from going out of business is now a once-and-for-all proposition, not the sky-is-falling dialogue....
NEWS
January 29, 2015
SHOULD the School Reform Commission be dissolved in favor of an elected school board? Newly elected Gov. Wolf supports the idea. So does a group of vocal education activists in the city. Some mayoral candidates are on board with the idea. The teachers union would vastly prefer an elected board to the governance system we have now - especially after the School Reform Commission's recent attempt to cancel union contracts, a move blocked last week by Commonwealth Court. Despite support from some quarters, it's not a sure thing.
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