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Sister of Phillies Owner Sues Firm Over Inheritance Dispute
Anna Nupson says Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis failed to represent her fairly for decades and instead favored billionaire sibling John Middleton in their legal proceedings.
Plane Lands Illegally on Cape May Beach, Pilot Disappears
Authorities are still searching for the pilot, who fled after touching down on a secured beach at the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center this past weekend.
PHL’s Latest Addition: Permanent Dog Restrooms
Complete with Veterans Stadium–like turf and a faux fire hydrant.
City Council Approves Budget, Construction Tax Ahead of Summer Break
Philly schools are slated to get up to $616 million in additional funding over the next five years.
Report: SEPTA Should Redesign Bus Network, Ditch Transfer Fee
Philly’s bus system can get more people more places sooner, says a transit consultant.
Pennsylvania State Police Launching Body Camera Pilot Program
Select troopers in three municipalities are trying out body-worn cameras for possible statewide adoption.
WATCH: ATM Blown Up in Theft Attempt in Port Richmond
Police are searching for a duo who they say attempted to crack open a beer distributor’s ATM machine.
SEPTA Unveils First Phase of Concourse Rehab Project
The leaky ceilings are gone from the first revamped stretch of the city’s underground city.
WATCH: The “Creed II” Trailer Lands Like a Right Hook
Here’s your first look at the second installment in the life of Apollo’s progeny.
WATCH: Stolen Truck Blasts Through Garage Door at Car Dealership
“It’s like watching a movie,” said Burlington Chevrolet’s general manager.
Mike Pence to Speak in Rittenhouse Square on Tuesday
Protesters plan to gather before the vice president addresses a GOP fundraiser at the Rittenhouse Hotel.
Here’s How 127 Lucky Eagles Fans Can Get Super Bowl Rings
And by lucky, we mean willing to shell out more than $10,000 apiece for a replica of what the champs received on Thursday night.
Philly Saw a Record Number of Tourists Last Year (Again)
Our top feeder country was Canada — guess they didn’t see what we said about poutine.
Allan Domb Floats Idea to Reduce Philly’s Property Tax Abatement
The councilman says his plan to effectively cut the abatement to 8.5 years would raise more money for affordable housing.
Search Continues for Man Trapped After Gas Station Explosion
Investigators say two workers were injured when an underground propane tank exploded in Bucks County.