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Roy Halladay’s MLB Hall of Fame induction forecast: 100-percent chance of tears

Former Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay will be inducted posthumously into the Hall of Fame Sunday in Cooperstown, N.Y. His induction will likely rival Roberto Clemente's 1973 induction as one of the saddest in baseball history.

Woman beaten, robbed of phone in S. Philly while photographing apparent drag-race crash
A man and woman, both in their early 20s, punched the victim while telling her to stop taking pictures.

We asked for your beach hacks. Here are the best ones.
Of course, baby powder wasn’t the only response. From U-locks to bungee cords, here are some of your responses.

‘Justice wasn’t served’: 50 years since Chappaquiddick
It's been 50 years since the 1969 automobile accident on Chappaquiddick Island that killed a woman and thwarted the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy's presidential aspirations.

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Man, woman killed in Delaware nursing home shooting

Delaware State Police say they are investigating a shooting at a nursing home in Wilmington where two people were shot.

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For Jayson Stark, the journey from The Inquirer to Cooperstown is paved with characters

Jayson Stark will receive the J.G. Taylor Spink Award for his "meritorious contribution to baseball writing" Saturday at the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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‘Live-action’ ‘Lion King’ is a rehash, but it’s also air-conditioned

There are those who say the new "Lion King" reboot has no good reason to exist, but I disagree.

New Jersey Attorney General’s Office opens probe into fatal police-involved shooting in Pemberton

The shooting was one of two Friday in the 300-home, Sunbury Village section of the township.

Resort employee injured in bear attack during ‘safari tour’

Officials say a worker at a western Pennsylvania resort was injured in a bear attack while guiding a routine "Safari Tour" of wildlife kept at the property.

Why Philly's official temperature is taken at the airport

With a heat wave looming, here's where those temperature measurements are taken.
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On July 25 join real estate industry leaders for an afternoon discussing the 10-year tax abatement and honoring the 2019 award winners.
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INQUIRER EVENTS
On July 25 join real estate industry leaders for an afternoon discussing the 10-year tax abatement and honoring the 2019 award winners.
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On July 25 join real estate industry leaders for an afternoon discussing the 10-year tax abatement and honoring the 2019 award winners.
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Mueller’s testimony poses risk for Trump, but also Democrats

Mueller’s testimony poses risk for Trump, but also Democrats

Vatican college space holds bones of dozens, expert says

Vatican college space holds bones of dozens, expert says

In border city, asylum seekers forced to wait band together
In border city, asylum seekers forced to wait band together
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