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Fishtown community members voted against the store this month — and now the company says it wants to continue meeting with them before moving forward.
I Love My Job: Meet the Exec Who Left the Nationals for the Flyers
As president of business operations for the team and the Wells Fargo Center, Camillo explains why she’s fulfilling a lifelong dream.
The Franklin Square Fountain Is Getting a Colorful Upgrade
And it will include timed light shows!
Controller’s Office: Whites Are Overrepresented in Philadelphia’s City Workforce
A report released by city controller Rebecca Rhynhart found troubling numbers across most city departments.
Meet the Philly Candidate Who Has Run for Four Different Seats
This time around, longtime community advocate Tracey Gordon is running for Register of Wills.
American Airlines Launches New Service to Edinburgh
The first seasonal non-stop flight to the Scottish capital took off this week from the Philadelphia International Airport.
Why Schools Like Temple Choose to Go Tobacco-Free
It’s not because they want to “ban fun,” as one Twitter user wrote.
Even as its national profile grows, the city’s largest university finds itself stumbling from one leadership crisis to the next.
Philly Is Now One of the Nation’s Top 10 Regions for Venture Activity
About $1.4 billion in venture capital was invested in the region last year, according to a new report from PACT and PitchBook.
Cardi B and Travis Scott to Headline Made in America
And yes, the festival will return to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Rapper Tech 9 Was Facing Child Porn Charges Before His Death
The legendary Philly battle rapper was due in court to be arraigned on March 25th — the day after he died.
Like New York, Philly Is Weighing a Traffic Congestion Fee
The city says it’s mulling the idea of making drivers pay to access our most crowded streets.
Undemocratic Democracy: The Trouble With Voter Recalls
State Rep. Jared Solomon has proposed a constitutional amendment that would allow voters to recall elected officials. It’s a great tool — if you trust the public to wield it.
After Jewell Williams Endorsement, Dem Party Chair Bob Brady Needs to Resign
Philadelphia’s Democratic City Committee failed voters on Monday night by choosing to back an incumbent facing multiple accusations of sexual harassment.
Boycotting Chick-fil-A? Here Are 243 Other Companies You Might Want to Avoid
Some prominent Philly companies — as well as familiar national brands like Armani, H&M, Kate Spade, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Outback Steakhouse — don’t get high LGBTQ marks in a just-released report.
This Is Not a Drill: It Looks Like Wawa’s Going to Sell Beer in Philly
The company won a $186,000 auction for a liquor license, which means, at least at one store, you may be able to rinse down the meat sweats from your Italian Shorti with a cold one.
The Best Business Lunch Spots in Philly
Local business and startup leaders swear by these places, which offer the ideal setting for impressing clients and landing that important deal.