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The analysis comes as stakeholders await the results of two impact studies commissioned through the city.
A new survey shows one-third of students cite mental health concerns for dropping out of college, or never going.
12 hours ago
Community members met at the New Kensington Community Development Corporation to discuss using settlement funds toward home repairs, eviction and foreclosure prevention.
20 hours ago
SEPTA’s CEO said the rail cars, which have been around since the late ‘90s, have “reached the end of their useful life” and that “commuters deserve better.”
23 hours ago
Philly union leader ousted, accused of spending more than $1 million in union funds without board approval
Ernest Garrett denied any misconduct as president of AFSCME District Council 33
29 mins ago
Lionel Messi back in Philly? Argentina to play game at the Linc in March
Messi, Argentina’s captain, is likely to be with the World Cup champions and miss Miami’s Major League Soccer match at the New York Red Bulls on March 23.
2 hours ago
Private company Intuitive Machines is set to land on the moon. Here’s what to know
The Houston-based company hopes to make the first successful commercial landing on the lunar surface. It would also be America's first soft landing in decades.
3 hours ago
Crozer partners with Nemours to bolster neonatal, pediatric services
Nemours Children’s Health’s pediatric services will be embedded in Delaware County's four-hospital system.
What to expect at Puttshack, Philly’s first tech-driven mini golf venue
The 26,000 square-foot space features four courses, two bars, and an extensive food menu.
4 hours ago
Turn the Key breaks ground on 17th affordable housing complex in Grays Ferry
Developments like these can help bring more Black and brown homeowners to the area, says one local developer.
Philly could get affordable housing for seniors raising grandchildren
Philadelphia developers could get millions to build more affordable senior housing, and new rules promote building intergenerational apartments.
5 hours ago
What GOP infighting in South Carolina can (and can’t) tell us about 2024
In Horry County, South Carolina, a squabble over who is the official county party sheds light on struggles the GOP faces more broadly in 2024.
6 hours ago
Americans reporting nationwide cellular outages from AT&T, Cricket Wireless and other providers
So far, no reason has been given for the outages.
What to know about Shapiro’s pitch to legalize marijuana, its chances in the Pa. legislature, and more
Unlike his predecessor, Gov. Josh Shapiro has the benefit of a Democratic-led state House and a state Senate where attitudes appear to be shifting.
7 hours ago
Proposed Sixers arena could cost millions in lost tax revenue, new analysis finds
8 hours ago
Alvin Ailey, Schomburg Symposium, Best Picture Weekend, The Legendary Wailers and more in this week’s ‘Things To Do’
Feb. 22 - 25: Arctic Wonderland in Philly, Paul Stankard in N.J. and “Always…Patsy Cline” in Delaware are among the weekend’s highlights.
11 hours ago
Delaware seeks to change state health care benefits to fill an unfunded $8.4 billion liability
Delaware’s health care benefits have run deficits for years. The state spends about $2 billion on health care annually.
Students cite mental health struggles as they opt out of college, especially students from LGBTQ+ and marginalized communities
Kensington stakeholders plan to use opioid settlement funds for the neighborhood’s housing issues
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