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REAL_ESTATE
June 15, 2014 | By Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Writer
Q uestion: My son and daughter-in-law purchased a twin ranch home with a finished basement in the Northeast in September. The recent heavy rains invaded their home and caused a great deal of damage to the back wall in both the basement and the bedroom above. They called an adjuster, who cut out the damaged walls and removed carpet, and brought in fans and a dehumidifier. All materials were saved for the insurance company to see. The adjuster said he would file the insurance claim for them, and that potential causes of the water intrusion could be the bedroom window and the back patio, put in by a previous owner.
NEWS
May 14, 2014 | By Michaelle Bond, Inquirer Staff Writer
Officials at West Chester University said Monday that they would hold a second ceremony Thursday for graduates who could not be cheered at Saturday's outdoor commencement because of a rainstorm. The makeup ceremony is scheduled for 7 p.m. in the Hollinger Field House. Strong winds and rain swept through the area Saturday before about 355 of the 475 graduates in the College of Business and Public Affairs could walk across the stage, according to the university. The storm made conditions dangerous, and a tower holding a speaker onstage fell in the wind and grazed a student on the shoulder, said Pamela Sheridan, a university spokeswoman.
REAL_ESTATE
May 5, 2014 | By Erin Arvedlund, Inquirer Staff Writer
Before she stumbled onto her first home in Passyunk Square in South Philadelphia, Caroline New had already toured her share of cookie-cutter houses. But the 600 block of Earp Street, between Reed and Wharton, within smelling distance of Pat's and Geno's Steaks, had everything she desired - and an architect's aesthetic, to boot. On her list of must-haves: a rowhouse; one to two bedrooms; natural gas; a renovated kitchen, and a price under $225,000. This property had all that, and more: The interior had been fully remodeled and rehabbed by the former owner, a Drexel architecture professor.
SPORTS
May 2, 2014 | BY RYAN LAWRENCE, Daily News Staff Writer rlawrence@phillynews.com
THE FORECAST tomorrow calls for sunny skies and a high of 70 in Philadelphia, where Cliff Lee will take the mound against Stephen Strasburg in the first meeting between the Phillies and Washington Nationals in 2014. Rain persisted yesterday, and for the third time in the season's first month, it altered the Phillies' schedule. Last night's scheduled game against the New York Mets will now be played on Monday, June 2 (7:05) at Citizens Bank Park. With days off already scheduled this week on Monday and today, the Phils find themselves playing one game in a 4-day span.
SPORTS
April 17, 2014
FOR THE SECOND TIME on the Phillies first homestand of 2014, a game was postponed because of inclement weather. The Phillies postponed last night's game against the Atlanta Braves at Citizens Bank Park about 2 hours before first pitch, as heavy rain invaded the ballpark before either team could take batting practice. The makeup game will be scheduled at a later date. The Phillies and Braves will resume their four-game series tonight, when Cliff Lee pitches opposite Atlanta Opening Day starter Julio Teheran.
NEWS
April 1, 2014 | By Amelia Brust, Inquirer Staff Writer
  Philadelphia and its surrounding counties are under a flood watch into Sunday evening, as heavy rains continue to fall from a wet and wintry mix across the Northeast. "It looks the heaviest rain is going to fall more west of Philadelphia," said Anthony Gigi, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service. "In terms of the Schuykill River, it's been flowing at a pretty steady rate. " Heavy rain Sunday has been concentrated around the Susquehanna River Basin in central Pennsylvania.
SPORTS
March 31, 2014 | By Evan Cross, Inquirer Staff Writer
After every Moorestown goal, the Quakers players who weren't on the field ran along the sideline, stopped at the end, and ran back to where they had been standing with their coaches. It was a way for the bench guys to get involved in the game, fired up, and supporting their teammates. But their coach suspects there was another reason. "I think they were cold and they tried to warm up a little bit," Moorestown's Baron Wallenhurst said. The players ran back and forth nine times as the Quakers cruised to a 9-3 lacrosse victory Saturday against visiting Hill School (Pa.)
NEWS
February 7, 2014 | By Anthony R. Wood, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Dark Age that has cut off the lights and heat to hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses in the region began with a seemingly innocuous rainfall shortly after midnight Monday. What followed was what meteorologists describe as an amazingly unfortunate sequence that culminated in one of the region's most disruptive weather events in the period of record, one that sent defeated trees and their branches crashing across power lines and blocking roads. "It was perfect timing if you wanted to create this type of event," said Gary Szatkowski, meteorologist in charge of the National Weather Service in Mount Holly.
SPORTS
January 10, 2014 | BY AARON CARTER, Daily News Staff Writer cartera@phillynews.com
FEW THINGS halt a high school basketball game like precipitation falling from inside the gym. What started as overwhelmed pipes spewing steam from behind the bleachers inside Frankford High yesterday eventually yielded what looked like raindrops falling from the ceiling as the steam returned to liquid form. The result: Imhotep Charter and host Frankford would have to share a bus back to the Panthers' place on 21st and Godfrey for their scheduled 3:15 p.m. Public A matchup. After a quiet trip and a quick warmup, a referee's quip just before tipoff (around 4:45 p.m.)
NEWS
December 26, 2013 | By Allison Steele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Dr. Herman R. Raines, 89, of Wynnewood, a decorated World War II veteran who served as a combat medic in several historic battles before returning home to pursue a career in optometry, died Sunday, Dec. 22, at Lankenau Hospital after a brief illness. Dr. Raines rose to the rank of first lieutenant and assistant battalion aid surgeon in the U.S. Army and fought in many European conflicts, including in Normandy, France, and Rhineland, Germany. He was awarded the American Campaign Medal, the European, North African and Middle Eastern Medals with three battle stars, and the Bronze Star for remaining in position and saving lives while under intense fire, his family said.
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