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Brace Yourself: It’s About to Get Dangerously Hot in Philly

A three-day excessive heat warning has been issued for the region.

Buses, subways and trolleys will roll again starting this morning

Woman Arrested for Macing SEPTA Bus Driver

It’s not a good week for SEPTA.


These Public Pools in Philly Just Got Colorful Makeovers

Fresh paint, beach chairs and umbrellas are sprucing up pools around the city.


Chaput: Unwed and Gay Couples Shouldn’t Receive Communion

The Archdiocese’s new rules contrast with the teachings of Pope Francis.


Mayor Kenney Officially Ends Ban On Serving Food in Public Parks

Organizations that feed the homeless had sued over the ban.


Some Regional Rail Riders Experience Delays, Others Have No Problems

A third of the railcars are out of service.

JoAnne A. Epps was nominated as Temple University's provost.

Temple Nominates Law Dean JoAnne Epps to Become Provost

The university’s associate dean of research will serve as interim law dean.


Photos: It’s Always Sunny in Old City

Don’t miss your chance to see the show filmed today and tomorrow.

PoliticalFest 2016 - Philadelphia

PoliticalFest Schedule: What to Do and Where

Here’s the full schedule for the DNC’s celebration of the country’s history, government and politics.


Report: Pa. Primaries Among Most-Expensive in the Nation

The study claims Pa. taxpayers will bear the cost of the fifth most-expensive primaries.


Yes, You Can Get a Free Wawa Hoagie Today

Hoagie-lovers rejoice!

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School District Has Filled 99 Percent of Teacher Vacancies

Superintendent William R. Hite Jr. made the announcement today.

SEPTA Fourth of July Service

SEPTA Adding Fourth of July Service

Here’s what you need to know if you plan to partake in festivities.


Pennsylvania House Wants to Rein in Drone Use

The state House recently voted to curtail the use of drones in private places.


Bye, Bye, Cheap New Jersey Gas?

The state’s gas tax could soon rise by 23 cents per gallon.