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The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists (PABJ) are calling for drastic changes at CBS-3 amid allegations of... [Read More]
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Brenda C. Harris passed January 16, 2021. She was a Special Educator for the Camden School District. She is survived by many loving family and... [Read More]
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Vicky is a polite and charming 12-year-old girl who takes pride in helping those around her. She can be described as a "people-pleaser," always interested... [Read More]
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Lois W. Arthur, who was a longtime Philadelphia public school teacher, died on Jan. 13, 2021. Arthur was 96. [Read More]
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Many college students across the country are now back in their dorms after winter break on the heels of a December where the Philadelphia region... [Read More]
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The month of January has been a tough month for Donnie Carr over the last few years. He lost his good friend — former Roman... [Read More]
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Charcoal company Kingsford has created a new fellowship program to honor the contributions Black Americans have made to the legacy of American barbecue and ensure... [Read More]
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Mass coronavirus vaccine drive-in events for Delaware seniors got off to a rocky start this weekend with residents detailing long waits at the Delaware City... [Read More]
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Newly confirmed Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin will have to contend not only with a world of security threats and a massive military bureaucracy, but also... [Read More]
Tabitha Jackson had a big job ahead of her putting together her first Sundance Film Festival as its new director. But as a Black woman... [Read More]
Pfizer on Friday committed to supply up to 40 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine this year to a World Health Organization-backed effort to get... [Read More]
Migrant workers lined up by the hundreds during a break from picking produce this week to receive the coronavirus vaccine on a Southern California grape... [Read More]
View the The Philadelphia Tribune for Sunday, January24, 2021... [Read More]
City residents can now sign up to be notified about when a COVID-19 vaccine will become available. [Read More]
As an African American man leading a Black church in Northwest Philadelphia, the Very Rev. Martini Shaw has seen the devastating effects of COVID-19 on... [Read More]
After more than nine months of losing revenue, local fitness studio owner Debra Williams hopes to benefit from the new Philadelphia COVID-19 Restaurant and Gym... [Read More]
Upper Darby Township License and Inspection issued a continuance of Thursday night's zoning meeting that could alter a neighborhood adjacent to the famed Nile Swim... [Read More]
There will be a public viewing for Philadelphia restaurateur KeVen Parker on Monday, Jan. 25 from 2:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the MET Philadelphia, 858... [Read More]
More than 56,000 Delawareans have pre-registered for the COVID-19 vaccine since the state launched a sign-up website on Wednesday. [Read More]
Devon Hester, 13, is ready to share all of his opinions with city government. He's been practicing. [Read More]
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