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Philly Kindergartners Will No Longer Be Suspended

Philly’s youngest students will no longer be suspended from school for misbehavior. The School Reform Commission announced today that it has approved revisions to the […]

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Clinton Campaign Announces “Pa. African Americans for Hillary”

After a voter registration drive and policy speech in Philadelphia Tuesday, Hillary Clinton’s campaign launched “Pennsylvania African Americans for Hillary” on Wednesday. Included in the […]

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Millennials: Mayor Kenney Wants You! (To Get Involved in his Administration)

The Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement recently announced that it is accepting applications for a new committee made up of millennial Philadelphians. The Millennial Advisory Committee, or MAC, will […]

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Clinton Super PAC to Pause TV Ads in Pennsylvania for a Few Weeks

Hillary Clinton is doing well in Pennsylvania. So well, apparently, that a pro-Clinton super PAC has decided to stop airing television ads in the state from […]

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Merck Cuts 148 Jobs in North Wales

Merck and Co. Inc., a New Jersey-based drug company, will be cutting 148 jobs at their North Wales location. According to the company’s WARN filing, […]

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SEPTA Adds More Trains, Adjusts Schedule

SEPTA has had a rough summer. After structural defects took a third of the regional rail fleet out of commission, SEPTA has been working to […]

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Kathleen Kane Opts to Not Testify in Perjury Trial

Kathleen Kane, the Pennsylvania attorney general currently standing trial for perjury, declined to testify in her own defense today. After calling zero witnesses, her defense rested. […]

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West Chester Community Split Over Proposed Sunoco Pipeline

Community hearings for Sunoco Logistics’ major Mariner East II Pipeline (also known as the Pennsylvania Pipeline Project) kicked off at the beginning of the month, and on […]

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Olympic Champ the New Spokeswoman for Comcast’s Internet Essentials

It’s Summer Olympics season, but athletes and longtime champions are being recognized for accomplishments aside from their physical feats, too. Comcast announced today that it has enlisted Jackie […]

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Philly Schools Are Retesting Their Drinking Water for Lead

The Philadelphia School District announced Thursday that it will begin retesting the drinking water in 40 schools throughout the city for lead. The schools that […]

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What They’re Saying on Social Media About the Johnny Doc Raid

One of the most powerful men in Philadelphia may be in hot water. This morning, the FBI raided a number of properties associated with John Dougherty, […]

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What They’re Saying on Social Media About the Johnny Doc Raid

One of the most powerful men in Philadelphia may be in hot water. This morning, the FBI raided a number of properties associated with John Dougherty, […]

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This App Fights Hunger in Philly in a Surprisingly Simple Way

Mayor Jim Kenney and other city officials announced today a new app that makes it easier for restaurants and caterers to donate leftover food to local […]

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Pa. Republican Gold Star Mom Says She Will Vote for Clinton

After a barrage of inflammatory statements about the military this week, people are starting to jump off the Trump bandwagon. One of those is Susan […]

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DNC Donkeys Make Their Last Stand

All good things eventually come to an end, and the DNC Donkeys are no exception. The DNC Host Committee announced today that they would begin […]