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Murnaghan Transplant Successful, Wildwood Bans Saggy Pants, Strawberry Mansion High School Assault
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 06/13/13 2:32 am | updated: 06/13/13 2:32 am
The ten-year-old, critically ill Delaware County girl whose desperate search for a donor lung captured national attention has undergone a successful surgery Wednesday. The family of Sarah Murnaghan of Newtown Square, Pa., says the six-hour lung transplant surgery at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia went smoothly and Sarah did extremely well. Now that Sarah has made it through surgery, her biggest risk for complications will be from rejection and infection.

City commissioners in Wildwood have adopted an ordinance Wednesday night that, in effect, sets a dress code for the boardwalk. The decency ordinance, set to take effect during the 4th of July weekend will, among other things, bar people from wearing their pants too low. Police will first ask violators to comply with the law. Barring that, they’ll be asked to leave the boardwalk. Refuse – and tickets are issued.

A school district police officer is hospitalized in good condition after authorities say he was body slammed by a student on Tuesday at Strawberry Mansion High School. Philadelphia School District officials say a student who had been suspended from the high school tried to enter the building, but was stopped by a school district police officer and ordered the student to leave the building. The student declined, assaulted the officer, and faces a longer school suspension, and is charged with assault.


U.S Open at Merion: Round 1 scheduled to begin today


Showers and strong thunderstorms this afternoon. High 77 in Center City.
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