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Philly school board votes against two charter renewals — a major blow to heralded reform effort
For the first time, the School District of Philadelphia’s Board of Education has voted to convert two charter schools back to district control.
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Should grandma get a tax cut? A Republican city councilmember thinks so.
City Councilmember Al Taubenberger introduced a legislative package Thursday to give breaks on wage and real estate taxes to many Philadelphia families.
11 hours ago
Feds: Brothers who owned Old City businesses set 2018 fire that shut down neighborhood
Two Old City business owners intentionally set the massive 2018 fire that shut down the 200 block of Chestnut Street, federal authorities charged.
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