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Philadelphia’s Memorial Day Tragedy: Three Lives Lost in a Single Hour

The long holiday weekend in Philadelphia was overshadowed by an outburst of violence, culminating in three fatal shootings that occurred within less than an hour. The victims were 55-year-old Tonya Shelton, 34-year-old Devan Harris, and...
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Bucks County Dad Asks for Justice After Son’s School Assault

A Bucks County father takes to social media seeking answers and action after his 5-year-old son was attacked at school, leading to hospitalization. The incident involving a special needs student raises questions about school...

Mayor Cherelle Parker Orders Full-Time Return for City Workers

Philadelphia Mayor Cherelle Parker announced that all city workers will return to the office full-time starting July 15. The policy aims to enhance productivity, communication, and the city's vibrancy. Key Takeaways: All Philadelphia city workers...

PA Polls: Trump Vs. Biden Updates in Pennsylvania

President Joe Biden faces tough competition from Donald Trump in Pennsylvania. Voters favor Trump on key issues like the economy. A recent poll shows Biden struggling even with his base, indicating potential trouble in other...
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Fatal Shooting at North Philadelphia Bus Stop: One Teen Dead, Four Injured

A 17-year-old was killed, and four others were injured in a targeted shooting at a North Philadelphia SEPTA bus stop. The police believe the attack was aimed at the young boy, sparking a community outcry...

Nurses at St. Christopher’s Hospital Demand Better Wages and Conditions

Nurses at St. Christopher’s Hospital in Philadelphia are on the picket line demanding better wages, benefits, and working conditions under the new union contract negotiations with Tower Health. Key Takeaways: St. Christopher’s Hospital nurses demand...

Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner’s Convictions of Police Officers Spark Controversy

Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner has arrested four city police officers for on-duty killings since 2018, securing two convictions, including the city's first murder conviction for an on-duty officer. Critics argue Krasner's policies contribute to...
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Chef Liz Grothe’s Scampi Poised to Elevate Philly’s Culinary Scene in Queen Village

Liz Grothe, celebrated chef of the Couch Cafe supper club, is set to open her new restaurant, Scampi, in Queen Village. This follows the closure of Neighborhood Ramen, providing a fresh, innovative space for food...
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SEPTA Police Ramp Up Security in Response to Recent Shootings

In response to a series of violent incidents, SEPTA police announce increased enforcement measures to combat crime on Philadelphia's transit system following three fatal shootings in just three days. Key Takeaways: SEPTA police to adopt...
Pennsylvania Elections

Pennsylvania Elections: Delaware’s Gov. John Carney Eyes Wilmington Mayoral Seat

Delaware Governor John Carney announces his candidacy for Mayor of Wilmington. Following a successful tenure as governor, he will focus on continuing his investment and development efforts in the city. Key Takeaways: John Carney, Governor...
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