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The push to save historic Crebilly Farm in Westtown will be on the ballot
After fighting off developers for years, residents will have the final say in preserving Crebilly Farm at the ballot through an open space tax referendum.
1 hour ago
SEPTA changing schedules, adding service to hopefully boost ridership
The goal of the increased service is to help bring ridership back to pre-pandemic levels.
2 hours ago
Philly Reclaim, beloved Tacony salvage shop, is closing its doors on Monday
The one-of-a-kind shop was where many Philadelphians would come to drop off unwanted building scraps and to look for unexpected treasures amid piles of reclaimed materials.
14 hours ago
Salman Rushdie may lose an eye after being stabbed at a speaking event
A 24-year-old New Jersey man pleaded not guilty after being charged with attempted murder in Friday's attack in Chautauqua, N.Y. The author underwent surgery and was on a vent
17 hours ago
Expanded IRS free-file system one step closer in Dems’ bill
The flagship climate change and health care bill will bring U.S. taxpayers one step closer to a government-operated electronic free-file tax return system.
18 hours ago
100 acres of horses, pumpkins, and aviators: The history of the Philadelphia County Fair, and its modern Fairmount Park cousin
The sweet potato pie contests in the early 2000s were 🔥.
19 hours ago
Coronavirus FAQ: I’m confused by the new testing advice! Do it once, twice … thrice?
The FDA issued revised guidance about how often to test after exposure to someone with COVID or after symptoms occur. It's not exactly the same as what the CDC says.
22 hours ago
More than a dozen shot, 3 dead, in rash of violent incidents in Philadelphia
A 15-year-old was among those killed and a pregnant woman was among those injured.
23 hours ago
Coming to Philly this fall: Bike lane patrol officers
WHYY student interns Noel Chacko and Zora Ball explain how the Philadelphia Parking Authority plans to tackle illegal parking in bike lanes.
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Naloxone giveaway part of Trenton baseball team’s Addiction Awareness Night
As part of their ongoing addiction awareness campaign, the Trenton Thunder will give away naloxone during Saturday’s game.
‘It’s just getting worse.’ Central Bucks passes policy censoring class materials with ‘sexualized content’
The Central Bucks policy “effectively bans human development and sex education in the schools,” one expert said.
Southern Baptists say denomination faces DOJ investigation
The SBC’s statement gave few details about the investigation, but indicated it dealt with sexual abuse.
Fetterman ‘grateful’ as he returns to Pa. Senate race
Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman is acknowledging he is lucky to be alive as he officially returns to the campaign trail.
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Anne Heche legally dead at 53, a week after a fiery car crash
The actress, best known for her roles in 'Donnie Brasco' and the 1998 'Psycho' remake, leaves behind two sons.
New grant adds $375 million in state funds to target repair of crumbling homes in Pa.
The money comes from federal COVID recovery and will be dedicated to preserving and restoring crumbling homes that threaten to displace families in need.
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