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About three dozen people lined Bethlehem Pike in Hatfield Friday.
Former NYC Mayor blasts President on Sandy and Benghazi.
Prices are dropping, but are still much higher than a year ago.
Police & Fire
Thousands gathered at the final viewing and funeral mass to honor Officer Bradley Fox. More than 1,000 vehicles then proceeded to the Washington Crossing National Cemetery in Upper Makefield.
Partial picture emerges as witnesses share their accounts of what happened.
Police & Fire, Business
Montgomery County District Attorney Ferman says ringleaders lived lavish lifestyles.
Company dispels common "gas myths."
Freshman Ian Forlini advances to states, following his first place finish in the AAA division of the District One competition this past weekend.
Government, Police & Fire
Outages began in the early morning hours and continue through the afternoon in several parts of our region.
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