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Chinatown rallies around its historic district

Neighborhoods change over the years. Not always for the better. Philadelphia’s Chinatown neighborhood is determined to make sure any change to the historic district will be...

Shapiro lays out budget priorities for coming year

Gov. Josh Shapiro unveiled a three-tier budget proposal for Pennsylvanians. Shapiro hopes to "Get Stuff Done," "Create Opportunity" and "Advance Real Freedom" for all...

Trading Turkey for cheesesteaks

America is a land of invention — and re-invention. Sumbul Kiroglu already had a successful career in her native Turkey but was facing her 30s...

Super Bowl lessons on display for Eagles

It’s hard to imagine that only a year ago, the Eagles found themselves playing in a Super Bowl. For everyone who had recovered enough from...

State Police see cadet applications rise with updated standards

The Pennsylvania State Police are heralding a significant increase in applications for its most recent cadet selection cycle. The uptick in applications this cycle...

Dolls, Idols and Ideals exhibition highlights cultural identity

Artists Kimberly Camp and Emilio Maldonado are the focus of a new exhibition presented at the InLiquid Gallery in the Crane Arts Building in...

Eagles will be put on the defensive this offseason

The first job this offseason, after nailing down just who will coach this team, is rebuilding a defense that can represent the personality of...

Dock Street Fishtown sponsors neighborhood Game Swap

Dock Street Brewing Company is doing its best to recycle lovingly used board games that are taking up space in your closets. On Feb....

Eagles keep Sirianni, add two veteran coordinators

Nick Sirianni has survived for another season. That’s not really a huge surprise barely a full year since he took the Philadelphia Eagles to the...

Franklin Towne Crime Prevention Symposium a success

On Jan. 17, the Franklin Towne Charter Criminal Justice Program presented a Criminal Prevention Symposium highlighting the program’s study of crime trends as they...

Ice hockey, cyber school transform fifth-grader

A traditional public school wasn’t the best fit for Albert Eschert. The young Kensington resident had a reading disorder, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder, a combination...

Just how bad do the Eagles stink?

The National Football League did the Eagles, and especially their fans, a favor. By scheduling their road trip to Tampa for a Monday Night Super...

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