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Is Philly Really Less Corrupt Than It Used to Be?

No. And let’s kill this narrative right now, please.


Two Philly Activists Slapped With $600 Tickets Over Messy Toomey Protest


Seth Williams Sentenced to Five Years in Prison


“Trump Rat” Makes Its Hideous Philly Debut

Latest Stories

Water Department Will Update Lead-Testing Methods

The Department said it will now follow federal guidelines after a recommendation from the state Department of Environmental Protection.


Meet the New Latinx Political Class in Philly

Vourvoulias: We ask three rising stars in the Philly Latinx scene about what drew them to politics.

City Halts Construction at Curtis to Protect Dream Garden

The mosaic was threatened by vibrations from renovation work, according to L&I.


Wolf: Budget Will Become Law Without My Signature

Wolf won’t sign the bill until the legislature identifies revenue sources for the spending plan.

Bill Donohue, Jim Kenney

Catholic League: Kenney Is “Un-American”

The group says the mayor is “misusing his public office to conduct his personal war on the Catholic Church.”


DNC Security Zone: Here’s What Areas Are Off-Limits During the Convention

Broad Street south of Packer Avenue will be closed for a week.

Archbishop Charles Chaput, Mayor Jim Kenney

Kenney: It’s “Not Christian” to Deny Communion to Gay Couples

The war between the mayor and the archbishop continues.


Mayor Kenney Officially Ends Ban On Serving Food in Public Parks

Organizations that feed the homeless had sued over the ban.

The Regional Rail Fiasco Proves How Good SEPTA Really Is

No, seriously.


Candidate Sues Media for Excluding Him From Mayoral Debates

A Germantown newspaper publisher says the media conspired with the political establishment to keep him off the stage in last year’s mayoral race.


State House and Senate Send Spending Bill to Wolf

And with hours to spare before the midnight deadline. Wolf says he’ll sign the bill when the legislature agrees to a revenue package.


Teamsters to Pro-Soda Tax Lawmakers: No More $$$ For You!

“We cannot in good conscience continue to offer you any support whatsoever.”


The No-B.S. Guide to the Pa. Budget Battle

Wait, are Gov. Wolf and Republicans actually going to agree to a budget this year? Here’s everything you need to know.


The Gritty Italian Market Wants That Center City Sparkle

The Italian Market is hoping to create its own version of the Center City District.


Meet the Dark Money Forces Behind Philly’s Soda Tax

Here’s why they’re troubling for future policy battles.

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