Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Frontier Airlines will make Trenton's airport its East Coast base

Low-fare Frontier Airlines will make Trenton-Mercer Airport its commercial base on the East Coast and last week ended its one route - with about one daily flight - out of Philadelphia International Airport to Denver.

Source: http://www.philly.com/r?19=961&43=166721&44=186887842&32=3796&7=195342&40=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.philly.com%2Finquirer%2Ffront_page%2F20130115_Frontier_Airlines_will_make_Trenton_s_airport_its_East_Coast_base.html

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Assad still confident he can retain power

BEIRUT - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad remains confident he can ride out the maelstrom engulfing his country, casting into doubt prospects that intensified efforts to negotiate an end to the bloodshed can succeed, according to Syrians familiar with the thinking of the regime.

Source: http://www.philly.com/r?19=961&43=166721&44=186648521&32=3796&7=195342&40=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.philly.com%2Finquirer%2Ffront_page%2F20130113_Assad_still_confident_he_can_retain_power.html

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Pennsylvania medical regulation board, flush with cash, waives doctors' license fee for 2013

HARRISBURG - At a time when most government agencies are going begging for funding, the state board that regulates doctors and other medical professionals in Pennsylvania has amassed a $30 million surplus.

Source: http://www.philly.com/r?19=961&43=166721&44=186720711&32=3796&7=195342&40=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.philly.com%2Finquirer%2Ffront_page%2F186720711.html

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Assad still confident he can retain power

BEIRUT - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad remains confident he can ride out the maelstrom engulfing his country, casting into doubt prospects that intensified efforts to negotiate an end to the bloodshed can succeed, according to Syrians familiar with the thinking of the regime.

Source: http://www.philly.com/r?19=961&43=166721&44=186648521&32=3796&7=195342&40=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.philly.com%2Finquirer%2Ffront_page%2F20130113_Assad_still_confident_he_can_retain_power.html

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Monday, January 14, 2013

Pennsylvania medical regulation board, flush with cash, waives doctors' license fee for 2013

HARRISBURG - At a time when most government agencies are going begging for funding, the state board that regulates doctors and other medical professionals in Pennsylvania has amassed a $30 million surplus.

Source: http://www.philly.com/r?19=961&43=166721&44=186720711&32=3796&7=195342&40=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.philly.com%2Finquirer%2Ffront_page%2F186720711.html

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Former Philadelphia Controller's Office staffer takes on Butkovitz

Rafael "Ralph" Kaplan landed a job in 2011 as an auditor for City Controller Alan Butkovitz. He called the $39,600-a-year position a "dream job."

Source: http://www.philly.com/r?19=961&43=166721&44=186720861&32=3796&7=195342&40=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.philly.com%2Finquirer%2Ffront_page%2F20130114_Former_Philadelphia_Controller_s_Office_staffer_takes_on_Butkovitz.html

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Pennsylvania medical regulation board, flush with cash, waives doctors' license fee for 2013

HARRISBURG - At a time when most government agencies are going begging for funding, the state board that regulates doctors and other medical professionals in Pennsylvania has amassed a $30 million surplus.

Source: http://www.philly.com/r?19=961&43=166721&44=186720711&32=3796&7=195342&40=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.philly.com%2Finquirer%2Ffront_page%2F186720711.html

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