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By Cynthia Burton, The Philadelphia Inquirer Aug. 4--The same energy issue splitting Democrats and Republicans in Washington -- whether to lift the offshore oil-drilling ban -- is dividing candidates in New Jersey's hottest federal races. U.S. Sen.
By Kristen A. Graham, The Philadelphia Inquirer Aug. 4--Perhaps it happened when 16-year-old Liz Massele peered into a chest cavity and saw a muscled, beating heart.
By Cynthia Henry, The Philadelphia Inquirer Aug. 4--Lindenwold last week celebrated the transformation of its old sewer plant into affordable housing for senior citizens -- and a laboratory for energy efficiency.
By Sally A. Downey, The Philadelphia Inquirer Aug. 4--William D. Valente, 83, formerly of Bryn Mawr, a professor at Villanova Law School for almost 30 years and an advocate for Catholic schools, died of complications from cancer Wednesday at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Mr.
By David Patrick Stearns, The Philadelphia Inquirer Aug.
By Michael Klein, The Philadelphia Inquirer Aug. 3--Larry Mendte's legal situation has reached the top echelons of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
By Jacqueline L. Urgo, The Philadelphia Inquirer Aug. 3--OCEAN CITY, N.J. -- Mauve and deep-orange light filtered across the darkening sky has long signaled the end of the Jersey Shore beach day.
By Allison Steele, The Philadelphia Inquirer Aug. 2--Four members of a Cherry Hill family were unhurt after broken landing gear on their small plane forced an emergency landing at an Albany, N.Y., airport yesterday afternoon.
By Bob Fernandez, The Philadelphia Inquirer Aug. 2--Federal Communications Commission chairman Kevin Martin yesterday blasted Comcast Corp.'s Internet practices and said the agency's enforcement order against the company would protect consumers and competitors.
By Amy S. Rosenberg and Suzette Par, The Philadelphia Inquirer Aug.
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