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Facebook Taps Curalate As An Industry Leader

Curalate recently announced that it has been chosen as a “Facebook Marketing Partner.” Marketing Partners are a select group of companies chosen by Facebook for being the most […]

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Obama to Campaign for Clinton in Philadelphia

President Barack Obama will return to Philadelphia on September 13th to campaign for Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine, according to the Clinton campaign. Obama is expected […]

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Hundreds of State Workers Might Soon Be Outed as Porngate Participants

The latest chapter in the Porngate saga arrived Wednesday when an email was sent to hundreds of state workers that said they would soon be outed as having exchanged pornographic […]

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Joe Biden to Visit Amtrak’s Wilmington Station Today

Vice President Joe Biden will speak at the Wilmington, Delaware train station that bears his name today at 3 p.m. to announce new funding for […]

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Dîner en Blanc Angst Is Apparently Unique to Philadelphia

Last week Philadelphia’s fifth Dîner en Blanc event went off without a hitch on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art as thousands gathered to […]

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Pa. Doesn’t Shine in State Rankings for Economic Performance

Pennsylvania was ranked 39th in a study released on Monday of states’ overall economic performance conducted by Governing.com. The rankings are based on six variables — […]

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Nutter Appointed to Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Advisory Council

The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia announced Monday that former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has been appointed to the Economic and Community Advisory Council (ECAC). The council […]

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City Controller: Nutter Aide Used Nonprofit Like a “Slush Fund”

City Controller Alan Butkovitz alleged during a press conference Tuesday that a top aide to former Mayor Michael Nutter used a nonprofit “as if it were […]

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Philadelphia NOW: Williams Should Prosecute DNC Sexual Assault Case

The Philadelphia chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) released a statement today demanding that District Attorney Seth Williams prosecute the sexual assault reported by […]

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Here’s How Things Are Going With All That I-676 Bridge Construction

It’s been a little over a year since the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation began the $64.8 million project to rebuild the bridges over I-676, and according to […]

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Company With Philly Roots Bought by Walmart for $3.3 Billion

It seems that since the investment stages, Jet.com has been going for GOAT, and it hasn’t fallen short. In April of 2015, the e-commerce site was […]

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Here Are the Latest Details About Philly’s First Open Streets Event

On September 24th, the city’s inaugural Open Streets event, known as “Philly Free Streets,” will cover a seven-mile course from the corner of Front and South streets […]

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Villanova Moves Forward With Decision to Arm Public Safety Force

In an email sent Monday, Villanova University Public Safety Director and Chief of Police David Tedjeske updated students, faculty, and staff with the news that the […]

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Chris Christie Signs “Madison Holleran Suicide Prevention Act” into Law

In January of 2014 friends and family of University of Pennsylvania student Madison Holleran were devastated by her death. Her legacy survives today in the […]

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Three Years of Route 202 Construction Have Reached an End

Chester County drivers are in for a pleasant surprise next week. The widening of a 2.5 mile section of Route 202 in East Whiteland Township, a project […]