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Eagles, Haason Reddick want the same things

Will the Eagles really part ways with Haason Reddick? One of the most head-scratching stories to come out of Super Bowl week was the news that the Eagles had given their star edge rusher permission...

Latinos Educando Juntos receives $110K grant

Latinos Educando Juntos, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering the Latino community through education, announced a $110,000 grant from the William Penn Foundation. This grant will enable LEJ to expand its early childhood mentorship program, LatinLift!, with...

Shapiro lays out budget priorities for coming year

Gov. Josh Shapiro unveiled a three-tier budget proposal for Pennsylvanians. Shapiro hopes to "Get Stuff Done," "Create Opportunity" and "Advance Real Freedom" for all Keystone State residents. “This year, we have a real chance to...

Marconi Plaza improvements coming

South Philly’s Marconi Plaza will soon see upgrades to enhance and beautify the more than 100-year-old park. Plans have been in the making since a series of community workshops began in April 2022, seeking input...

A journey in support of Palestine

Faith leaders, activists and artists gathered at the Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church on South 6th Street before taking part in a pilgrimage from Independence Hall to the White House in Washington, D.C....

A platform to see and hear local artists

Local artists now have a platform to be both seen and heard, thanks to a popular program created by Craig Stover. With more than 70 episodes under his belt, Stover has upped his efforts to...

Super Bowl has lessons for Eagles

It’s hard to imagine that only a year ago, the Eagles found themselves playing in a Super Bowl. For everyone who had recovered enough from this year’s late-season Eagles collapse to tune back into football,...

New leader for FDR Park

A lifelong South Philadelphian will step into a new role to lead FDR Park. John Murawski was named new FDR Park Director and will succeed Justin DiBerardinis, who held the position the last four years....

State Police see cadet applications rise with updated standards

The Pennsylvania State Police are heralding a significant increase in applications for its most recent cadet selection cycle. The uptick in applications this cycle is the second since Gov. Josh Shapiro waived a college...

Valentine’s Day is saved

Uh oh.  Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and you haven’t given much thought to spoiling your significant other? South Philly and nearby neighborhoods offer plenty of options from great food, activities and sweet treats...
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