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Dancing 'til you're 100

Dancing 'til you're 100

Mayor Nutter celebrates Philly’s centenarians
Gay candidates lost, but blame poli...

Gay candidates lost, but blame politics, not prejudice

The defeat of two gay City Council candidates, including one endorsed by Democratic City Committee, was the product of renegade party members, including those in Mayor Nutter’s ward.
Friends or foes, Nutter and Kenney ...

Friends or foes, Nutter and Kenney put on a show

The mayor welcomed his possible successor back to City Hall following the former councilman’s landslide win in Tuesday’s primary.
Temple physics prof, 47, is charged...

Temple physics prof, 47, is charged in alleged fraud scheme

World-renowned expert Xiaoxing Xi gave technology to his native China, prosecutors allege.
Henon withdraws bill to purchase la...

Henon withdraws bill to purchase land for Holmesburg prison

Councilman Bobby Henon withdrew a bill to explore purchasing a parcel of land adjacent to the House of Correction in Holmesburg.
Home valuation takes a leap

Home valuation takes a leap

Following the city’s AVI program, one side of a block gets a 60 percent increase in value, while the other side is untouched. How come?

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Mom accepts diploma in son's place ...

Mom accepts diploma in son's place after he dies in car crash

After her son was tragically killed in a post-prom car accident, Kaye Jackson walked in her son's place at his high school graduation.
Ducklings rescued from storm drain ...

Ducklings rescued from storm drain at King of Prussia Mall

Nine ducklings are safe and sound after falling into a storm drain.
Lawyers recommend Roger Goodell hea...

Lawyers recommend Roger Goodell hear Tom Brady appeal

Attorneys for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell have recommended that Goodell reject the NFLPA's request that he recuse himself from hearing Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension.
Go to a spinning class right in you...

Go to a spinning class right in your home

There's now a way to get the experience of a spinning class right in your living room.
AccuWeather: Cool Start to Memorial...

AccuWeather: Cool Start to Memorial Day Weekend

Meteorologist Cecily Tynan is tracking a dramatic temperature swing over the holiday weekend.
Woman found pushing dead 3-year-old...

Woman found pushing dead 3-year-old son in swing

A woman was found in a Maryland park pushing her dead toddler in a swing, and authorities say she may have been there all night.

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Mali separatists say soldiers publi...

Mali separatists say soldiers publicly killed 9 Tuaregs

Kasey Hayes hopped on the bovine beast trapped in the narrow holding pen like he'd done hundreds of times. He adjusted a tight rope on his left hand, found his balance and signaled he was ready to dominate the... Kasey Hayes hopped on the bovine beast trapped in the narrow holding pen like he'd done hundreds of times.

NTSB Investigates Train Derailment ...

NTSB Investigates Train Derailment in Philadelphia

NTSB IIC Mike Flanigon with member Sumwalt and Vice Chairman Dinh-Zarr on the scene of the Amtrak train #188 derailment in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 5/12/15 Member Sumwalt with Philadelphia officials.

Philadelphia man charged with stalk...

Philadelphia man charged with stalking, harassing former girlfriend, court records say

Bethlehem police say a Philadelphia man continuously harassed and stalked his former girlfriend at the city hair salon where she worked. (File Photo A Philadelphia man was arraigned Thursday on stalking and harassment charges after repeatedly trying to contact a former girlfriend, court records say.

Famous Deli, Relish Philadelphia Ho...

Famous Deli, Relish Philadelphia Host Election-Day Luncheons

Philadelphia tradition says all elected officials must attend brunch at either one of these popular restaurants the day of the primary. Politicians, paparazzi and people who wanted to be part of the action all gathered at Famous Deli and Relish Philadelphia on Tuesday, May 19 primary election day.

Renowned Philadelphia Chef Recoveri...

Renowned Philadelphia Chef Recovering from Spinal Cord Injured on Amtrak Train

Representatives for Eli Kulp said the award-winning chef is slowly healing from his severe injuries from last week's Amtrak derailment. One of the top chefs in Philadelphia is slowly recovering from severe injuries he sustained as a passenger during the deadly Amtrak derailment last week.

Philadelphia ready for more hotel r...

Philadelphia ready for more hotel rooftop bars: Tourism experts

Philadelphia is ready for cocktail service on hotel rooftops, a trend that is starting to emerge after years of citywide development. Rooftop bars have been popping up on hotels around the country except in Philadelphia, where only about two hotels have them.

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