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Sunlit Philadelphia City Hall
City Life

How Safe Is Philly Water?

The Scoop: Council committees to examine whether we face a Flint-style lead crisis.


Pa. Unemployment Stays at 4.6 Percent

The economy is shifting to more service-oriented jobs.


Philly Was Chosen to Host an International Parks Conference

The announcement comes after Mayor Kenney unveiled his plan to spruce up parks.

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Katz Heirs File Suit Over Deadly Crash

Inky co-owner died in 2014.

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Is Chris Christie Veep Material?

The Scoop: Most years, probably not. But all bets are off with Donald Trump running.


Philly to Host Tech Conferences

Techies come to town to learn and network.

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Lee Andrews, Singer and Father to Questlove, Has Died

He helped create and shape Philly’s musical legacy.

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Wolf Threatens Budget Veto

The Scoop: But Republicans say it’s time to finish overdue budget process.

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Partial Collapse at Fifth and Race

Demolition knocked debris and a tree onto a school bus, but there were no injuries reported.

January 2016 snowstorm
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Spring Could Bring One Last Snow to Philly

Winter ain’t over until it’s over.


Want Electric Cars? You’ll Need Electric Roads

Philadelphia Scientific’s owner has an innovative idea for future cars.


Philly CFOs Confident in Biz Growth

But it’s hard to find skilled candidates for pro-level positions, they say.

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Philly Radio Stations for Sale

Could big changes be in store for the local market?

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Milton Street Would Still Like to Host a Trump Rally

But Philly’s dearth of African-American Republicans makes it unlikely to happen soon.


Report: Pa. Ranks Eighth in Tech Employment

But just 18th for our average tech wage.