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As COVID-19 cases pick back up, Philly Counts is trying to reach as many people as quickly as it can. [Read More]
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Marking the 31st anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act on Monday, lawmakers from Philadelphia highlighted improvements that U.S. House-passed funding would provide at SEPTA's... [Read More]
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Ione Nash, 97, a performer and instructor who helped launch an African dance movement in Philadelphia and continued dancing well into her 90s, has died. [Read More]
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Cheyney University has partnered with a new African university to share expertise in aquaculture and help people in Ghana develop a more accessible food supply. [Read More]
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West Philadelphia native DJ Aktive brings the first stop of the latest incarnation of his Chill Vibes series to the Fillmore this Friday, this time... [Read More]
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While she says her original ambition was to become a mortician, and her last job was working for the post office, stand-up comic Dominique is... [Read More]
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See one, do one, teach one. [Read More]
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Mold can live in a number of places. Some are more obvious than others. We always look in the obvious places like damp basements, steamy... [Read More]
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Crystal E. Ashby... [Read More]
Zaahir is an extroverted young teen who loves to bust out his jokes all the time. Like many 14-year-olds, he loves sports, especially football, baseball,... [Read More]
A Philadelphia judge has sentenced Troy Bailey to 25-50 years in state prison for murdering a transgender mentor and advocate in May 2019. [Read More]
A local entrepreneur is one step closer to possibly winning a national small business contest. [Read More]
Retirements in the Philadelphia Police Department spiked in 2020 as the city convulsed from protests over police brutality and battled through the coronavirus pandemic. [Read More]
After 18 months of what Ed Cambron, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of the Kimmel Cultural Campus calls "an extended intermission," the exciting... [Read More]
Ali Salahuddin, a longtime Philadelphia businessman and community activist, died on Thursday, July 22, 2021. Salahuddin was 74. [Read More]
2020 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (4-11-1) [Read More]
Robert Parris Moses, a civil rights activist who endured beatings and jail while leading black voter registration drives in the American South during the 1960s... [Read More]
Marsh + Mane beauty supply store owner Jenea Robinson-Dean and her husband Kenneth Edward Dean, Director of Social Media for ManUpPHL were married on Friday,... [Read More]
Many Philadelphia Community College students are finding relief as they check their college accounts this week. [Read More]
A Pennsylvania man has been charged in the early morning shooting death of a New Jersey man outside a well-known Philadelphia cheesesteak shop, authorities said. [Read More]
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