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Council approved a plan 7-2 that will move staff forward with a temporary on-street parking pilot program only in the Highlands neighborhood. The program will take effect October 1.
Fraternity brothers took the pig in as one of their own, feeding it and giving it water and a place to stay on Friday night before calling the police on Saturday afternoon.
A wide range of services and products, including a photo sharing app for pet owners and a mobile blood-testing app, were displayed during last week's demo day at the LaunchBox.
Borough Council has discussed its parking options in its past few meetings, but the proposal is part of a longer conversation that's been going on for months.
Attribute it to luck of the draw, seeding errors by the selection committee, or foul play, but the weekly overwhelming deficits show just how much folks love their cheesesteaks.
It appears the voices and concerns of these groups have fallen among deaf ears, in comparison to a vocal few members of the Highlands Civic Association.
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