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Ex-Flyer accidentally damages Stanley Cup, goes viral

A member of the 2021-22 Philadelphia Flyers won the Stanley Cup on Sunday night!. Nicholas Aube-Kubel, the 2014 second-round pick who spent 102 games with the Flyers since 2018-19, hoisted Lord Stanley's trophy after the Avalanche beat the Lightning in six games to claim their first title in two decades.
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Not just summer school, but a summer enhancement effort starts in Philly

The School District of Philadelphia’s summer learning program got underway Monday as educators and city leaders work to keep students occupied and safe this summer. The school district is offering morning sessions for learning enrichment, said new Superintendent Tony B. Watlington. Speaking outside the Alain Locke School in West Philadelphia, Watlington said the goal is to help students as they recover from academic losses caused by the pandemic and remote education programs.
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Crave Montco Month to feature food and drink deals at more than 50 restaurants

Crave Montco Month is back at more than 50 restaurants in the Philadelphia suburbs, supporting establishments that continue to face challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic. In its second year, the event runs the entire month of July and features exclusive deals for eat-in customers at restaurants throughout King of Prussia, Lansdale, Pottstown, Ambler and Conshohocken. This year, discounts will also be provided at wineries, craft breweries and distilleries.
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FOCO Releases Phillies’ Bryce Harper Silver Slugger Bobblehead

View the original article to see embedded media. This past weekend was a tough one for Philadelphia Phillies fans. In Saturday's game against the San Diego Padres, reigning National League MVP Bryce Harper was hit on the hand by a pitch, resulting in a fractured left thumb. Harper, who was...
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Five Years Later: Revisiting the Flyers 2017 Draft

Man, sometimes you wish you had a DeLorean. Maybe you wouldn’t have made the career decisions you made or not gone out with that person you cringe at when you hear their name. Sport teams, and their fans, are the same way. Perhaps we don’t sign that free agent who turned out to be past their prime or a total bust. Maybe we drafted better. It’s been five years. The 2017 draft was supposed to be a draft that changed the Flyers. Looking at what happened, it did…and not for the better.
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Upcoming trip

The Bristol Cultural and Historical Foundation is sponsoring a “Day in Valley Forge & West Chester” on Thursday, Oct. 20. Itinerary includes a riding tour of Valley Forge National Historical Park, a three-course luncheon in West Chester, and an 80-minute narrated ride on the West Chester Railroad between West Chester and the village of Glen Mills.
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Jim Curtin urges Philadelphia Union not to 'get too high' on win over NYCFC

Philadelphia Union head coach Jim Curtin is looking for calm heads after his side beat reigning MLS Cup champions NYCFC 2-1 on Sunday evening. The 2020 Supporters' Shield winners had endured a run of one win and four draws in their last five MLS matches, with that 2-0 victory over the Portland Timbers their only one in 10 games across all competitions.
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Properly disposing of American flags

Plastic bags full of damaged and distressed American flags were burned in a dignified manner during a flag-retirement ceremony on Saturday afternoon at the American Legion Charles P. McMenamy Post, 8041 Frankford Ave. McMenamy and William D. Oxley Post 133, 4637 Decatur St. (at Torresdale Avenue), teamed up for the...
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Lancaster County student killed in weekend crash

EAST LAMPETER TOWNSHIP, Pa. (WHTM) – The Lancaster County Coroner’s Office says a Conestoga Valley High School student’s death has been ruled an accident. The coroner’s office says the 16-year-old male died from mechanical asphyxia due to multiple traumatic injuries from a crash on Saturday morning.
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