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Suzanne Monaghan

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Past articles by Suzanne:

Burlington County Animal Shelter Takes In Dogs Rescued From Hurricane Harvey

Ten dogs from the flood-ravaged Houston area are now at the shelter. → Read More

Police Search For Man Stealing Car Batteries Out Of Jeeps

Surveillance video from June 20th shows a man getting out of the driver's side of a Honda Civic with a PA license plate number of JTN1733. → Read More

Elon Musk Receives ‘Verbal Approval’ To Build Hyperloop «

The Hyperloop is a high-speed, underground transportation system that could shuttle commuters between Washington D.C. and New York in less than a half hour. → Read More

Historic Delaware County Farm To Receive Restoration From New Owner

There are plans to restore a historic, rundown farm in Marple that was once owned by the Delaware County Historical Society. → Read More

Get Your Motor Running At The Philly Super Car Show

The Super Car Show at the Wells Fargo Center features top-of-the-line cars, and the money raised goes toward education. → Read More

Expect To Pay More For Crab This Summer

Expect to pay a higher price for crab meat in the coming months. A shortage of crab meat from Asia is to blame. → Read More

Philly Ranks Second Among Cities With Longest Commute Times, Data Shows

The average Philadelphia commuter spends more than 31 minutes behind the wheel. → Read More

War On Terror Memorial Could Come To Philadelphia

Plans are underway for a Global War on Terror Memorial in Philadelphia. → Read More

Penns Woods Winery Has Sweet Pairing For Month Of April «

Wine and Cupcakes is the pairing of the month at Penns Woods Winery. → Read More

March Is National Red Cross Month!!

Since WWII every President has declared March Red Cross Month. → Read More

Temple Doctor Comes Up With Way To Use Cadaver DNA To Teach Med Students About Genetics

Cadavers have long been an important resource for anatomy teaching in medical school. → Read More

Blind Children Go On Holiday Shopping Spree In Cherry Hill

The annual event is organized by the Lions Club and each shopper received a $50 gift card. → Read More

Starting Over After Serving, Program Helps Veterans Cover Cost Of College

The Yellow Ribbon program is designed to help veterans continue their education. → Read More

Family Fun, Education At Annual Fire Safety Exposition And Muster

The Fireman's Hall Museum in Philadelphia is gearing up for the 2015 Fire Safety Exposition and Muster on Sunday, October 18. → Read More

Prominent Phila. Musician Arrested, Charged With Attempting To Have Sexual Contact With Teen

A prominent Philadelphia musician is in custody in Montgomery County and faces child sex charges. → Read More

Credit Card Companies Banking On Incentives To Boost Holiday Spending

Credit card companies are trying to entice consumers to pay by plastic this upcoming holiday season by offering deferred interest plans. → Read More

SEPTA Notifies Winners Of Papal Rail Pass Lottery

SEPTA received requests for 328-thousand passes, so they still have 22-thousand available. However, that doesn't mean you can still get one for your preferred station. → Read More

Study: Philadelphia-Area Has Nation’s 7th Lowest Credit Card Debt Burden

The study looked at average credit card debt and median income. → Read More

Officials Warn Beachgoers Of Dangerous Rip Currents After Near Drowning In Wildwood

Officials in Wildwood were warning swimmers about a moderate risk of rip currents again Sunday after the near drowning of four people one day earlier. → Read More

Live Aid Marks Its 30th Anniversary

The dual-venue event brought 100,000 people to JFK Stadium in Philadelphia and more than 70,000 to London's Wembley Stadium. → Read More