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Past articles by Gray:

Couple charged with trespassing for spending night inside Exton, Pa. Target store

According to police, Charlotte Fischer, 24, and Johnson Larose, 25, known on YouTube, as "Saucy and Honey," were in the Exton store illegally. → Read More

Research provides promising news for those who lost smell due to COVID-19

When it comes to losing smell due to COVID-19, experts at Jefferson Health are working to reverse the damage. → Read More

ChristianaCare announces intent to acquire Crozer Health

If the deal goes through, it would increase ChristianCare's medical reach in a major way across the region. → Read More

Officials: 1 dead following crash that shut down Route 38 in Mount Holly, NJ

Authorities are investigating a crash that has left at least one person dead in Mount Holly, New Jersey. → Read More

See a pothole? Philadelphia Streets Department says makes sure you call 311

Already, the city has repaired over 4,000 potholes this year. → Read More

Officials: Christmas fire kills father, 2 children in Quakertown, Pa.

Officials in Bucks County are investigating an overnight fire that claimed the lives of a father, two children, and two dogs in Quakertown. → Read More

Stolen artifacts recovered and returned to Philadelphia-area museums

This was the end result of a 50-year-old case that was cracked by the FBI in 2019. → Read More

Philadelphia residents worried about police delays after skateboarder killed

Neighbors are still a bit rattled after a skateboarder was hit by a car along Chew and Durham streets in East Mt. Airy on Monday night. → Read More

COVID hospitalizations: Pa. healthcare system at 'brink of collapse,' doctor says

Right now, there are 65,000 COVID-19 patients receiving care across the nation. That's up by 20,000 compared to a month ago. → Read More

Former Chester County child care worker accused of assaulting three toddlers

An employee at a private school for young children in Chester County has been arrested and charged with physically assaulting three toddlers. → Read More

Raging 2-alarm fire heavily damages building in Fishtown section of Philadelphia

Firefighters battled a building fire in the Fishtown section of Philadelphia. → Read More

Man shot and killed at point blank range in South Philadelphia: Police

A gunman murdered a man at point blank range in South Philadelphia, police say. → Read More

Family files lawsuit after man killed outside Philadelphia prison 1 hour after release

The family of Rodney Hargrove has filed a lawsuit after he was fatally shot near the Curran Fromhold Correctional Facility. → Read More

Straight-line winds sends tree into Berks County home

The National Weather Service confirmed the damage Wednesday in Berks County was from straight-line winds and not a tornado. → Read More

Local medical experts discuss COVID-19 booster shots

The CDC recommends that everyone should get a third shot eight months after their second dose of Pfizer or Moderna. → Read More

Coatesville police issue warning around water pellet guns, cites city ordinance that bans them

Coatesville police say they've gotten reports recently of people using the water guns, not how they were intended to be utilized. → Read More

Baby on board! Philadelphia woman gives birth on SEPTA bus

Makira Williams is still trying to process what happened to her after she gave birth on a SEPTA bus in Philadelphia. → Read More

Neighbors get involved as Philadelphia reaches 250 homicides in 2021

Currently, the city sits at 250 homicides this year. Last year, there were 499 homicides in Philadelphia. → Read More

Family demanding answers after man beaten to death behind bars: 'He had a broken neck'

A New Jersey family is demanding answers after their loved one was brutally beaten while behind bars and later died from his injuries. → Read More

New Jersey assemblyman wants to place mobile COVID-19 units on boardwalks

There is a new proposal designed to make the Jersey Shore a safer place this summer. → Read More