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William Bender

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It's the playoffs, OK? At least seven hours of quality South Philly tailgating is practically a necessity in these situations. And that's exactly what's underway... [Read More]
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Gov. Wolf has appointed Karen Farmer White as chair of the State Board of Education following an Inquirer and Daily News report into years of... [Read More]
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Big workers' comp law firm Pond Lehocky wants to get out of the mail-order pharmacy business after a newspaper investigation reveals possible conflicts of interest... [Read More]
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The Philadelphia pension perk known as DROP cost the city at least $237 million during a 16-year period ending in 2015, a new study by... [Read More]
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Richard Dickson, a deputy executive director at the Philadelphia Parking Authority, is set to collect a $655,000 payment in 2021 through the city's controversial DROP... [Read More]
Stanley Brenner's funeral plans were simple and specific.He wanted to be buried next to his wife, Sandra, at Shalom Memorial Park, the Huntingdon Valley cemetery... [Read More]
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Service Corporation International, a massive death-services company, is facing another lawsuit. [Read More]
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Republican Commonwealth Court candidate Christine Fizzano Cannon may have a major problem today in Philadelphia. Her last name is incorrect on an untold number... [Read More]
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Dozens of absentee ballots were cast from St. Francis nursing home in Delaware County in May's primary. But did those seniors actually vote? [Read More]
IF YOU'RE A Philadelphia-area Catholic, you may have received a brochure in October explaining how the church has purged itself of pedophile priests and enhanced... [Read More]
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Racial bias incidents were reported in three area school districts this month. Experts say schools should brace for more clashes and prepare their students to... [Read More]
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Yuval Yarden has stepped down as executive director of Philly Startup Leaders following a controversial panel discussion last week at the Black & Brown Founders... [Read More]
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Police in Washington Township said someone stole a life-size cutout of Pope Francis. One of the suspects was described as "approximately 70 years old and... [Read More]
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The state Senate plans to take up legislation to reform the state's workers' compensation system following an Inquirer and Daily News investigation into pharmacies owned... [Read More]
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The state Senate plans to take up legislation to reform the state's workers' compensation system following an Inquirer and Daily News investigation into pharmacies owned... [Read More]
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A network of Philadelphia-pain management doctors and pharmacists has been sued for prescribing $4.7 million in allegedly fraudulent pain creams - some costing nearly $8,000... [Read More]
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Big workers' compensation law firm Pond Lehocky and Philadelphia-area pain doctors make money by steering injured workers to mail-order pharmacies that they own. [Read More]
About 125 years ago or so, members of the Democratic Party started putting up monuments of rebel generals. They did this not to improve the... [Read More]
Pete Peterson, a public relations executive who almost drowned in Cape May last Friday, was saved by a human chain of lifeguards and firefighters. He... [Read More]
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The William Penn Annex Post Office had been the city's last remaining publicly accessible grand postal hall. - William Bender, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily... [Read More]
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