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City Life

We Hope You Didn’t Write a Check to This Popular Summer Camp

If you call the number for Cherokee Day Camp in Bensalem, a voice recording touts it as the “finest day camp” in all of Bucks […]

City Life

Philly Man Claims He Found a Razor Blade Inside Chicken McNugget

We’ve always heard that eating at McDonald’s can be dangerous to your health, but one Philadelphia man says a trip through the drive-thru could have […]

Business

Philadelphia Urges Pa. Supreme Court to Reject Latest Soda Tax Lawsuit

In a 59-page document filed by the City of Philadelphia, attorneys have urged the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to reject the appeal filed two weeks ago by […]

City Life

Woman Claims Pete Rose Had Sex With Her Before She Turned 16

Last year, Philadelphia Phillies legend Pete Rose sued attorney John Dowd for statements Dowd made suggesting that Rose had had sex with underaged girls, an […]

Foobooz

Philly Restaurant Veteran Calls B.S. On the Zahav Lawsuit

Ed. Note: Yesterday, we told you that Zahav had agreed to pay servers $230,000 to settle a class-action lawsuit against the restaurant. Since then, we’ve […]

Foobooz

Zahav Agrees to Pay Servers $230,000 in Class-Action Suit

UPDATE: A 20-year Philly restaurant veteran has responded to the Zahav lawsuit. Click here to read the response. In December, former Zahav server Tanya Peters […]

soda tax
City Life

Beverage Groups Takes Soda Tax Lawsuit to Pa. Supreme Court

It’s already lost twice in court, but the American Beverage Association is giving its lawsuit against the city’s sweetened beverage tax another go. 

City Life

Dollar Store Heiress Dana Spain Sued Over Big Bar Bill

The last we heard from Dana Spain, the glamorous Society Hill socialite was considering a run for mayor of Philadelphia, back when multimillionaire Tom Knox […]

Gerrymandering
City Life

Lawsuit Challenges Gerrymandering of Pa. Congressional Districts

A lawsuit filed in Commonwealth Court Thursday attempts to challenge the state’s congressional district map. The Pennsylvania League of Women Voters and 17 individual voters […]

soda tax
City Life

Philly Soda Tax Upheld by Commonwealth Court

Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court voted today to uphold Philadelphia’s soda tax. It’s the second legal win for the city since the American Beverage Association and local retailers […]

Business

Philadelphia Sues Wells Fargo Over Discriminatory Lending Practices

On Monday, Philadelphia filed a federal lawsuit against Wells Fargo asserting that the bank has engaged in discriminatory lending practices against black and Latino home […]

City Life

Former Employee Says She Was Racially Harassed at Main Line Wawa

A black woman from Bucks County has filed a federal lawsuit against the Media-based Wawa convenience stores, alleging that she was discriminated against and harassed […]

City Life

U.S. Ordered to Pay $4M in Temple Hospital Settlement

The federal government will pay half of an $8 million settlement for a birth injury lawsuit involving Temple University Hospital, a federal judge has ordered. […]

City Life

Philly Man Sues Amazon Over Exploding iPhone Charger

I carry one of those portable iPhone chargers around with me a lot, but now that I’ve read Julian Bradley‘s lawsuit, I’ll be sure not […]

City Life

Is the Ex-Owner of Philly’s Hottest Swim Club Selling Fake Memberships?

Monarch Swim Club is not your average swimming pool. At just over four feet deep, the seasonal pool at the Piazza in Northern Liberties doesn’t […]