Kenney: Pennsylvania Needs to Consider Legalizing Marijuana
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Kenney: Pennsylvania Needs to Consider Legalizing Marijuana

Mayor Jim Kenney and Pa. Attorney General Josh Shapiro discussed weed, Trump, the Eagles and more at ThinkFest.


How Philly Activists Want You (Yes, You) to Support Their Efforts
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How Philly Activists Want You (Yes, You) to Support Their Efforts

Philly Just Got Bigbelly Trash Cans You Don’t Have to Touch
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Philly Just Got Bigbelly Trash Cans You Don’t Have to Touch

The Return of Paul Green: He's Back to Rock Your Kids
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The Return of Paul Green: He's Back to Rock Your Kids

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MSNBC’s Chris Matthews: Joe Biden Will Run for President in 2020

The longtime host of “Hardball” says it’s a “fact” that the former vice president will run.

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Urban Outfitters Sued Over Wage and Overtime Practices

Employees say the retailer used an illegal company-wide policy that allowed it to skimp on wages.

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Police: Penn Student Suffers Fractured Skull in Robbery

Officials are searching for two suspects in the alleged attack.

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City

Philly Sheriff Accused of Sexual Harassment, Genitalia Jokes

A city employee filed the lawsuit against Sheriff Jewell Williams this month.

City

10 Philly Nonprofit Leaders Who Would Lose Big Under GOP Tax Plan

The list includes Penn's Amy Gutmann and Jefferson's Stephen Klasko.

City

The No-Bullshit Guide to the 2017 Philly General Election

Here’s everything you need to know.


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Guide to Aging Well

The ultimate resource for planning for your future.


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Women in Power: How Philly Measures Up

At ThinkFest, hear how women benefit Philly (and how Philly can benefit women).

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City

Pa. AG: Philly Uber Driver Helped Rescue Human Trafficking Victim

Officials say the driver took the victim to police after she broke down in his car.

News

Here’s How Much Airbnb Has Blown Up in Philly

Philly legalized the service in 2015, and it has ballooned since.

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City

Police: Man Fired Bullets Into Group of Teens

Officials say one teen was killed and a 12-year-old was injured.

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A City Councilman’s Field Trip

Why play dress-up when you can see the real thing?

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Documents Show NAACP Head Routinely Touted Affiliation During Soda Tax Campaign

Rodney Muhammad has repeatedly denied that his paid pro–soda tax work in 2016 was related to his position.

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City

Republican Power Broker, CEO Found Dead in Delaware River

Fred Anton's body was pulled from the waters on Thursday.

Drink

There Were 267 Drunk-Driving Arrests in One N.J. "Dry" Town Last Year

Some of the state's dry towns have equal — or higher — rates of DWI arrests than neighboring "wet" towns.

Real Estate Biz

ULI Throws Developers Into the "Shark Tank" Nov. 14

Time for three more developers to face the investment committee.

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