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Center City welcomes back bigger crowds as vaccination rates rise
Danny Green on Ben Simmons: “It seems like he’s back to himself ... Maybe that time off, helped him with a nice little reset, mentally, physically, and emotionally.”
More than 100 students, teachers, parents and community members marched from City Hall to school district headquarters to demand better for kids going forward, including more school funding.
Remember this name: Lyric Wise, a #PHLed superstar who radiates smarts and potential. Oh yeah, and today she won a $50,000 scholarship on live TV. Blown away by this kid.…
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Two men were stabbed and the grandmother of one of the men was found dead inside an East Germantown home Saturday night.
José Andrés Martínez’s red card draws rare criticism from Jim Curtin, and could draw an extra suspension
Weekend violence in Philly includes 2 fatally shot, a double stabbing and 3 wounded in a triple shooting
President Biden is poised to pull off an agenda that looks a lot like the fear of a "socialist" presidency under Bernie Sanders, writes columnist Will Bunch. Why Biden, and why now?
Disgruntled N.J. tire shop employee arrested after threatening manager with gun
The Flyers' dreadful season can't end fast enough. Fact is, the offseason should be more exciting than what has transpired on the ice this year.
Why it took Joe Biden to carry out the Bernie Sanders presidency | Will Bunch
Grassroots campaigns have emerged in several towns around Philadelphia opposing sales of municipal water and wastewater systems, energized by distrustful residents who fear their towns are trading a one-time cash windfall for perpetual higher sewer rates.
The Inquirer spent a year with Aaron and Syrita Powers, parents to three children with significant special needs, to chronicle how their experiences have changed throughout the pandemic.
Sprawling show of 25 artists with Philadelphia ties will greet visitors when Art Museum revamp is revealed this week
A look-in to the Eagles draft room by ESPN uncovered a common draft-day disagreement that happens throughout the league.
Colorful coffins lighten the mood at New Zealand funerals
In Philly suburbs, sewer systems are for sale, and citizens push back, fearing rate hikes
Two men stabbed, one woman dead in East Germantown
Philly’s vaccination effort reaches out to yet another group: the deaf
"If we don’t seize this moment of long-overdue attention to anti-Asian prejudice, and turn it into a sustained movement to change the narrative, this hate will continue long after the coronavirus pandemic ends," writes 6abc anchor @nydia_han. #AAPIHM
From his campaign literature website, it would be difficult to tell that Philadelphia judicial candidate George Twardy was ever a Republican — let alone an official involved in a high-profile scandal over the sale of a former state hospital site.
So, I’m turning to you again. It’s time to build on Fill The Steps. How can we do that? What should Fill The Steps 2.0 look like? Who should be involved? Read my latest column, which includes some ideas, and reach out. I want to hear from you. �…P
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The membership of Pine Valley Golf Club — the ultra-private, men's-only property in Camden County — has voted to admit women as members.
Well, as @pdomo puts it, "it didn’t take long for Howie Roseman to go from Draft Day genius back to village idiot."
Eagles finally turn the corner: Zech McPhearson from Texas Tech, in the fourth round #NFLDraft
Sixers’ Dwight Howard getting a little more of an offensive mentality
Man killed and boy, 10, wounded in Burlington City shooting; girl, 4, grazed by bullet in Trenton
These very good dogs are being taught to detect coronavirus at Penn. And they might later work at an airport or stadium near you.
As the restaurant industry recovers from the depths of the pandemic, staffing is its newest challenge. So, some Philly restaurants are offering signing bonuses to new employees.
CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?? —- I share this piece with clarity and conviction but, admittedly, also with some degree of trepidation as it is deeply personal. Thank you in advance to those of you who take the time to read it... (1 of 3)
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The Kentucky Derby is back this year. Here's how to tune in.
Cheesy, saucy, and loaded with toppings. 🍕 These are great new spots across Philly for all your pizza cravings (plus one in New Jersey)
Dwight Howard’s double-double, Matisse Thybulle’s two-way dominance and Sixers’ bench scoring stand out vs. Hawks | Best/Worst
6abc anchor Nydia Han: Asian Americans saw this coming | Opinion
A former Haverford GOP chair left Delco amid scandal. Now Philly Democrats want to elect him judge.
Bucks DA charges two women with voter fraud in separate incidents
Man killed, 10-year-old boy wounded in Burlington County shooting
Man killed in West Oak Lane shooting
Former Eagles star wide receiver Mike Quick loves everything about DeVona Smith, and thinks the Eagles have "a really good chance to be a very potent offense" in 2021.
Looking to put a bet down on tomorrow's Kentucky Derby? Check out our sports staff's tips.
We've got plenty more #NFLDraft coverage to come, but here's some quick analysis from @Jeff_McLane.…
Howie Roseman may have found the heir apparent to Jason Kelce. The Eagles drafted Alabama center lineman Landon Dickerson with the 37th pick in the NFL draft
After using six quarterbacks last season, Temple football coach Rod Carey isn't waiting to announce his starter for this fall.
James Primosch, 64, a stalwart Philadelphia composer, pianist and longtime Penn professor, died Monday of complications from pancreatic cancer.
The Pennsylvania Ballet’s latest virtual performance offers a satisfying round of performances you can watch online.
Local pediatricians are seeing childhood vaccination rates tick back up in recent months, after making concerted efforts to reach the parents of children who missed their immunizations last year.
A Montgomery County man is the latest Philadelphia-area resident to face charges in the January Capitol riot, according to court records unsealed today.
On a visit to Philly today, President Biden called for a major investment in rail service to create jobs and fight climate change as part of his $2 trillion infrastructure proposal.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will pick the chair of a powerful redistricting panel after the General Assembly’s top leaders failed to agree on a person to cast the likely tie-breaking vote.
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