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May 22, 1997 | By Douglas A. Campbell, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Burlington County Sheriff Gary L. Daniels has withdrawn his name from consideration as county prosecutor, saying that upon reflection, he wishes to complete the three-year sheriff's term to which he was elected two years ago. Daniels said yesterday that he was interviewed by both the county and the state bar associations as a candidate to replace Stephen G. Raymond, who last month announced his resignation, having not been reappointed by Gov....
NEWS
July 15, 2008
RE DEBBIE Burns' response to my letter on parents of screaming brats in public places: It's hilarious that someone would tell me that I lack consideration when she has no problem with one child and his or her parents spoiling everyone else's outing. Consideration for others means that if someone's child starts throwing a tantrum, the parents remove the kid. Debbie asks how I was raised. I was taught to behave. To not scream, to not throw tantrums, and not spoil something for everyone around me. I was taught to have consideration and respect for others.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 1, 2011
DEAR ABBY: My husband, "Vinny," and I were growing apart after 10 years of marriage. It was both our faults. Vinny reconnected with a woman at his class reunion and started an inappropriate, secret relationship with her. I discovered some of their emails and saw they had been texting numerous times a day. When I "busted" Vinny, he denied everything until I showed him the proof of what I knew. We have had issues in the past with him not being honest, but this was the straw that broke the camel's back.
NEWS
July 20, 2014 | By Jeremy Roebuck, Inquirer Staff Writer
Lawyers for five former Philadelphia Traffic Court judges accused in a years-long ticket fixing conspiracy renewed their attacks Friday on the case against their clients, saying it was built upon "stupid assumptions, stupid guesses and stupid speculation. " That last line - courtesy of William McSwain, who represents Mark A. Bruno, a Chester County magistrate also charged in the case - came as the lawyer accused federal prosecutors and the FBI of interpreting even the judges' most innocent actions in a criminal light.
SPORTS
June 3, 2011
With a Chuck Bednarik statue at Franklin Field under consideration, the Daily News was wondering who the next person should be to have a statue built. You can vote for your favorite at: philly.com/statue Paul Arizin Bill Barber Charles Barkley Bobby Clarke Billy Cunningham Joe Frazier Tom Gola Bernard Hopkins Allen Iverson Tommy McDonald Bernie Parent Steve Van Buren Reggie White
SPORTS
October 14, 2010
GIRLS' TENNIS Team Record 1. Haddonfield (1) 23-0 2. Moorestown (2) 13-3 3. Bishop Eustace (4) 14-0 4. Cherry Hill East (3) 10-2 5. Mainland (5) 9-0 6. Washington Twp. (6) 8-4 Under consideration (listed alphabetically): Clearview (10-3), Eastern (10-4), Holy Spirit (11-1), Kingsway (11-2), Millville (9-4), Vineland (14-2).
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NEWS
April 1, 2016 | By Sofiya Ballin, Staff Writer
ON SUNDAY, the Bajan bad gyal herself, Rihanna, is coming to Philly on her ANTI World Tour at a sold-out Wells Fargo Center. If you're ready and able to join the Navy - as Rihanna calls her fans - here are five ways to rev up for her touchdown. Style "You know I got the sauce. You know I'm saucy! - "Sex with Me," ANTI One of the most defining features of Rihanna. At the show, you shouldn't even be able to raise your hands because your hands should be laden with rings, just like the star.
SPORTS
September 4, 2015 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Sports Columnist
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - One of Chip Kelly's favorite lines is that if you're not a top-tier player, there are three ways to make his football team - special teams, special teams and special teams. Ed Reynolds understood the importance of being a special-teams contributor long before the Eagles selected the safety from Stanford in the fifth round of the 2014 draft. His father, Ed, played in the NFL for 10 years as a linebacker with the Patriots and Giants. Only three of those 10 seasons were spent as a starter.
BUSINESS
April 16, 2015 | By Paul Nussbaum, Inquirer Staff Writer
HARRISBURG - Speed-enforcement cameras and alcohol-triggered ignition locks are getting serious consideration in the Pennsylvania legislature, and inaction by Congress threatens statewide highway projects, state transportation officials said Tuesday. Acting Transportation Secretary Leslie S. Richards and Republican and Democratic leaders of the House Transportation Committee told business and transit executives that Washington gridlock could undermine funding boosts approved by state lawmakers in 2013.
SPORTS
April 2, 2015 | By Sam Donnellon, Daily News Columnist
TO GIVE YOU an idea of how influential sports have become in this nation's fractionalized and petty political discourse, just look at the timeline since Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed Senate Bill 101 into law last Thursday. Apple CEO Tim Cook, who is openly gay, condemned the law, known as the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The CEO of Salesforce, the billion-dollar tech company, did as well, Marc Benioff saying he would halt plans to expand into the state. Angie's List announced it, too, was canceling a $40 million expansion of its Indianapolis headquarters, a move that was to add 1,000 jobs.
SPORTS
March 23, 2015 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Staff Writer
LOS ANGELES - It has been 62 years since someone averaging fewer than 11 points per game won the NBA's rookie-of-the-year award: Fort Wayne Pistons forward/center Don Meineke averaged 10.7 points to win the inaugural award in 1953. This season, 76ers center Nerlens Noel is making a case to follow in his footsteps. The 6-foot-11, 223-pounder is averaging 9.5 points and leads all rookies in rebounds (7.9 per game), blocked shots (1.9), and steals (1.8). He is also the only player to rank in the top 10 in blocks (seventh)
REAL_ESTATE
September 15, 2014 | By Erin Arvedlund, Inquirer Staff Writer
What's in a name? For developer Chad Ludeman, quite a lot. His projects include Awesometown in Fishtown, Duplexcellence in South Kensington, and Folsom Powerhouse in Francisville. And now, Pop! - two cork-clad and -insulated houses that feature purifying air-filtration systems and green roofs. Postgreen Homes, founded by Ludeman and run by him, wife Courtney, and partner Nic Darling, is anything but an ordinary development company. And quite a few buyers, it turns out, are sold on those distinctive names.
NEWS
July 20, 2014 | By Jeremy Roebuck, Inquirer Staff Writer
Lawyers for five former Philadelphia Traffic Court judges accused in a years-long ticket fixing conspiracy renewed their attacks Friday on the case against their clients, saying it was built upon "stupid assumptions, stupid guesses and stupid speculation. " That last line - courtesy of William McSwain, who represents Mark A. Bruno, a Chester County magistrate also charged in the case - came as the lawyer accused federal prosecutors and the FBI of interpreting even the judges' most innocent actions in a criminal light.
NEWS
June 4, 2014 | By Jeremy Roebuck, Inquirer Staff Writer
  As the ticket-fixing trial of five former Philadelphia Traffic Court judges entered its fifth day Monday, lawyers for both sides grappled over what has become the central question of the case: What exactly did a request to a judge for "consideration" mean? Federal prosecutors allege the phrase, routinely bandied between judges and their personal assistants, served as a code word for seeking an outright dismissal of traffic tickets for friends, family and political allies.
NEWS
May 31, 2014 | By Jeremy Roebuck, Inquirer Staff Writer
Considering his phone logs alone, Judge Willie Singletary might easily have been mistaken for more than a minor functionary in the city's judiciary. Congressmen, councilwomen, and state representatives alike routinely rang his chambers - some multiple times a month, all seeking help with that equal-opportunity annoyance: traffic tickets. On the other end of the line for most of those calls until 2011 was Tonya Hilton, Singletary's personal secretary, who took the stand Thursday in the third day of the federal fraud and conspiracy trial of her former boss and four other ex-judges of Philadelphia Traffic Court.
NEWS
September 22, 2013 | By Robert Calandra, For The Inquirer
It doesn't have the inherent drama of a space launch countdown, but in T-minus nine days, America will embark on a voyage into the vast, unexplored regions of the health-insurance marketplace. Actually, those regions aren't that unexplored. Insurers have been running consumers through simulated exchanges for the last several years. While insurers may not be completely comfortable with how things unfold after Oct. 1, they do have a pretty good idea about what coverage consumers want and what they will pay for it. The bottom line: Price is a key consideration, but so are hospital networks, even more so than doctors.
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