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Former NBA MVP Is Still A Free Agent

NBA free agency is now on its fifth day on July 4, and the biggest name in free agency is still unsigned. James Harden still remains as an unrestricted free agent, but he is expected to return to the Philadelphia 76ers, so there has not been much drama around his impending status.
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Video: Recently departed Miami Heat forward P.J. Tucker seen partying with James Harden, Joel Embiid and Meek Mill

The Miami Heat have already lost a key contributor from last season in free agency, as veteran forward P.J. Tucker recently reached an agreement with the Philadelphia 76ers. Tucker was a major factor for the Heat last season, and they’ll have to find a way to replace his toughness and determination on the defensive end as well as his 3-point shooting on the offensive end.
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A Vast Refinery Site in Philadelphia Is Being Redeveloped and Called ‘The Bellwether District.’ But for Black Residents Nearby, Justice Awaits

One minute, the 3-year-old was playing tag in the grass—her braided hair bouncing with each step—while the hulking remains of a 150-year-old oil refinery loomed nearby. Then, suddenly, she couldn’t breathe. Many residents here in the Grays Ferry section of Philadelphia live with asthma and other chronic...
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Man Charged With Attempted Murder For Allegedly Stabbing Elderly Woman In Audubon Acme Parking Lot

AUDUBON, N.J. (CBS) — A man is facing attempted murder charges after he’s accused of stabbing an elderly woman in the parking lot of a Camden County grocery store. The attack happened in broad daylight Sunday afternoon outside the Acme on West Nicholson Road in Audubon. Police say 40-year-old Altirik Higgins stabbed an 80-year-old woman several times as she put her groceries into her car. She’s in stable condition.
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Two Pottstown churches cited for violating the zoning code’s definition of ‘church,’ by offering free meals and other services

Two Montgomery County churches have been cited by the Pottstown Borough for violating the zoning code’s definition of “church,” by offering free meals, collecting and distributing essentials, hosting community food pantries, and providing mental health services. Zoning violation notices were sent to two churches on High Street,...
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