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2 new cases of coronavirus confirmed in Philadelphia

Two new cases of COVID-19 (coronavirus)  were confirmed in Philadelphia by the city's Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley on Friday. The total of confirmed cases in Philadelphia is now three and officials say they are...

All School District of Philadelphia Schools Will Be Closed Through March 27

Starting on Monday, all schools within the School District of Philadelphia will be closed through March 27, the Philadelphia School District announced today. The decision to close is being made in light of Governor Wolf’s...

63 Philadelphia public schools will close tomorrow

Sixty-three School District of Philadelphia (SDP) schools will be closed tomorrow, Friday, March 13, 2020 as a result of Governor Wolf’s announcement earlier today regarding measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Montgomery County, including:...

South Philly resident makes shoes from recycled material

Anne Cecil had always loved working with her hands. Whether it was taking things apart or putting them back together, the longtime South Philadelphia resident always had a knack for learning how things tick. “I love...

Suspects sought for stealing money jar from John’s Roast Pork

Police in the 3rd District are looking for a pair of suspects who were caught on surveillance video running off with a money jar from the counter of John’s Roast Pork on Snyder Avenue. The...

Police asking for help in locating missing man

Police in the 17th District are asking for assistance in locating a 76-year-old missing man who was last seen a month ago. Bobby Johnson was last seen at 5 p.m. on Feb. 9 at a...

Man pleads guilty in fatal dog walker confrontation

A South Philadelphia man has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter for his role in a confrontation that ended in the death of a 38-year-old man who was walking his dog at Gold Star Park...

Philly won’t be getting a safe injection site anytime soon. Supporters of the cause...

Despite Safehouse’s efforts to implement the country’s first safe injection site in Philadelphia, many members of the city’s pro-safe injection site community have told the Review that they think the city’s chances of getting...

Suspect wanted for residential burglary 

On March 3 at about 4:30 p.m., an unknown male was captured on surveillance video forcing open the side door to a residence in the 1300 block of South 21st St. Once inside, the...

Christopher Columbus Charter School ‘spreads the love’ with peanut butter donation

They were looking for a fun and uplifting activity. And they were hoping to feed the hungry.  So why not just do both? Some ideas come together even better than a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. For...
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