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SEPTA Announces Repair Plan; Bucks County Most Wanted Caught; Trump Taj Mahal to Close
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/03/16 8:50 pm | updated: 08/03/16 8:52 pm
SEPTA announced its plans for returning cars back to service on the Regional Rail lines beginning the end of August. Starting August 21st, approximately 10 cars will be added each week. All 120 Silverline V cars should be back in service by the week of November 6th. They were taken out of service after a defect was discovered in the suspension systems. Manufacturer Hyundai Rotem is finalizing a design and will replace all of the equalizer beams. SEPTA has been operating on a modified schedule in the meantime. Stay up-to-date at:

A woman on the Bucks County Most Wanted List has been apprehended by Lower Makefield Police and the U.S. Marshals. 48-year-old Holly Dobrosky is accused of intentionally hiding her 5-year-old daughter from the father for over a month. In late June, the father reported Dobrosky to Lower Makefield police when she failed to return their daughter according to their custody agreement. Investigators were eventually able to trace her to a home in Miami, FL. The child is unharmed and with Florida protective services. Dobrosky was arrested Tuesday in Philadelphia. She is charged with Interfering with the Custody of a Child, and was sent to Bucks County Prison on $1,000,000 bail.

The owners of Trump Taj Mahal casino in Atlantic City announced that it will close after Labor Day because of the continuing strike by union members. The strike by Local 54 of the Unite-HERE union began July 1 and will become the longest strike in Atlantic City's 38-year casino era tomorrow at 35 days. Workers are demanding the restoration of health insurance and pension benefits. The casino is now owned by billionaire Carl Icahn. Donald Trump opened the casino in 1990. Tony Rodio, president of Tropicana Entertainment, which runs the Taj Mahal, says that they can no longer operate a property that is losing tens of millions of dollars a month during a strike. Closing the casino will cost about 3,000 workers their jobs.

Clear skies, temperatures in the 70s this evening in Center City

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 by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA | responded: 08/03 8:52 pm
48-year-old Holly Dobrosky


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