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Police looking for suspects of CK Real Beauty burglary

Police are looking for tips on suspects who broke into the CK Real Beauty store on the 2400 block of West Passyunk Avenue two weeks ago. According to Police, the store was broken into on...

Saval joins protesters in the wake of his primary election win

With the primary campaign now over and no general election opponent to campaign against, Nikil Saval, who defeated incumbent state Sen. Larry Farnese on Tuesday, joined protesters marching for racial justice over the weekend...

City removes Rizzo statue, mural

The city has removed the statue of late Mayor Frank L. Rizzo from in front of the Municipal Services Building on John F. Kennedy Boulevard. On June 3, Mayor Jim Kenney announced that plans to...

City compiles list of open Pharmacies

Due to ongoing protests in the city, many pharmacies have closed in the area. The Philadelphia Department of Public Health has compiled a list of open pharmacies and low cost prescription delivery options for...

DA charges teen in deadly attempted burglary at firing range

The District Attorney’s Office has charged a teenager involved in an attempted burglary of a South Philly shooting range that turned deadly. According to the DA Office, Khaleef Brown, 17, was involved in the attempted...

Police: man stole cash, electronics from Jamaican Jerk Hut

Police are looking for a suspect who stole money and electronic equipment from the Jamaican Jerk Hut at 1436 South Street three weeks ago. According to police, an unknown white male was captured on surveillance...

School District moving forward with reopening plans for fall

The Philadelphia School District is making preparations to resume classes in the fall. The district still isn’t sure if that will mean live instruction in school classrooms, but officials are working on several scenarios to...

Saval defeats Farnese in State Senate Democratic primary

In a big victory for Philadelphia’s progressive left, Nikil Saval defeated state Sen. Larry Farnese in Tuesday’s Democratic primary, according to the Associated Press. Saval’s campaign, however, has yet to declare victory. “There are still thousands...

Fiedler hoping to bring funding to childcare centers

Local legislators are hoping to free up federal money to help endangered Pennsylvania childcare centers reopen after the pandemic. State Rep. Elizabeth Fiedler, whose district covers parts of South Philadelphia, is introducing a bill with...

Philabundance expands effort with Citizens Bank Park drive-through

It could be a while before the first pitch is thrown at Citizens Bank Park. But lines of cars have already started entering the parking lots for a different reason, thanks to a new...
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