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Philadelphia City Council is looking to tighten some regulations around conflicts of interest. [Read More]
A bank to help people in Philadelphia run by the city is another step closer to reality. [Read More]
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A new group is spearheading investment in Philadelphia's under-capitalized neighborhoods. [Read More]
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It is difficult to build affordable housing and equally difficult to build housing accessible for people with disabilities, industry experts say. So it follows that... [Read More]
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The Philadelphia Department of Public Health announced Friday that a Philadelphia resident has tested positive for the Omicron variant of COVID-19. [Read More]
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Philadelphia's city and state leaders continue to invest millions of dollars towards local organizations to combat gun violence. The city has 513 homicides this year,... [Read More]
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A program with the potential to provide green cards to hundreds of Liberians living in Pennsylvania is poised to end this month. [Read More]
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Several more cases of the omicron variant of the coronavirus were reported in the United States on Thursday, including five people in New York City... [Read More]
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Thursday New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy urged state lawmakers to pass stricter gun control legislation before the current legislative session ends next January. [Read More]
Streeteries are here to stay. [Read More]
Camden County officials held a virtual town hall to discuss the COVID situation, warning people that the pandemic is far from over and booster shots... [Read More]
The holiday season is about giving and that's just what comedian and Philadelphia native Kevin Hart did. [Read More]
African Americans have been some of the greatest contributing members of the United States of America as it's known it today. There are many African... [Read More]
While it may still be chilly in Philly, it's Summer at the Wilmington Playhouse. [Read More]
Scott Charles, trauma outreach manager at Temple University Hospital, says "We are a city of walking wounded. We are in fact in a state of... [Read More]
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administrator Chiquita Brooks-LaSure visited Philadelphia this week to learn how local health systems are successfully getting their workers vaccinated. [Read More]
Marching bands from two historically Black universities are being featured in a new PepsiCo TV commercial that airs for the first time this weekend. [Read More]
as people around the world tuned in for oral arguments in a case that could overturn precedents set by Roe v. Wade - New Jersey... [Read More]
President Joe Biden, confronting a worrisome new coronavirus variant and the potential of a winter surge, will lay out a new pandemic strategy Thursday afternoon... [Read More]
For years, Philadelphia was poised to be the first city in the country to open a supervised injection site, where people could inject illegal drugs... [Read More]
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