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Study: Navy Yard One of Most Successful Redevelopment Projects in U.S. History

The long-running transformation of The Navy Yard from its shipbuilding past to its present as a growing urban office park has been hailed as one of […]

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Study: Navy Yard One of Most Successful Redevelopment Projects in U.S. History

The long-running transformation of The Navy Yard from its shipbuilding past to its present as a growing urban office park has been hailed as one of […]

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Moody’s Offers Negative Outlook on School District Debt

The Philadelphia School District is more financially stable than it’s been in a while, but there are still plenty of problems. That’s the assessment from […]

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L&I: No Violations on Record for Collapsed Warehouse

The West Philadelphia warehouse that collapsed in high winds on Sunday had no previous record of violations on record, city officials say. The incident happened […]

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Amtrak’s Second Sunday Accident Injures One

One person reportedly lost a leg Sunday night after being struck by an Amtrak train in Bensalem. It was Amtrak’s second serious accident of the […]

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Penn, Drexel Place Finalists in “Coolest Startups” Competition

Penn has placed three finalists into Inc. Magazine’s Best College Startup of 2016 competition. Drexel added a fourth, making Philly-based teams one-fourth of the competition’s […]

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Philly Firm Picked to Renovate the Alamo

Remember the Alamo? The old Texas mission is historic, but the area surrounding it feels less so — overgrown with hotels and office buildings. Now a […]

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5 Things to Know About Pew’s “State of the City” Report

Pew has released its annual “State of the City” report for Philadelphia — really, just an update of the more comprehensive 2015 report. Here are five […]

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Morning Headlines: Philly Apologizes to Jackie Robinson

Good morning, Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know today: City Council is apologizing to Jackie Robinson for the racism he experienced here. Robinson, of […]

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Kevin Hart Is About to Become a Mogul

Philly-bred comedian Kevin Hart and Lionsgate have announced a new partnership that will include a new “social adventure tablet game,” as well as an on-demand […]

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65 Years Ago Today, Philadelphia Helped Birth the Commercial Computing Revolution

Today is the anniversary of a major development in computing history — and it happened right here in Philadelphia. On this date in 1951, the […]

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California Bill Would Let Customers Cancel Comcast With One Click

A California legislator has introduced a bill that would let Comcast customers quickly and easily cancel their service online. The proposal is fallout from the […]

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Animal Cruelty Citations Issued in Horse Abuse Case

A Rhode Island man has been accused of animal cruelty in the case of an injured horse found in Lancaster County, covered in paint markings. […]

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Morning Headlines: A.C. Trying to Avert Government Shutdown

Good morning, Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know today: Atlantic City officials and employees are trying to avert a government shutdown. NBC10 reports that […]

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Chaput to Officiate at Mother Angelica Funeral

Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput will be the principal celebrant at the funeral of Mother Angelica, the longtime star — and founder — of EWTN, the […]