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A Bucks County High School’s Latest Learning Tool Is Its Own Supermarket Branch

It’s all part of a partnership between the Centennial School District and Shop Rite to give students hands-on experience running a business.

23 hours ago

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At a Philadelphia Charter School, Parental Involvement Includes Baked Goods

Following its successful “Donuts with Dad” program, a K-8 school in Southwest Philadelphia today held a “Muffins with Mom” event.

23 hours ago

(File photo:  students outside the Temple University Student Center.)

Temple University Acting Proactively To Fend Off an Ebola Event

Temple University says its preparedness efforts began over the summer, before the start of the semester, when students coming from the Ebola-affected countries were contacted.

24 hours ago

(The New Jersey state capitol, in Trenton.  File photo by KYW Newsradio)

NJ Lawmakers Eye Improvements For Plight of Female US Military Vets

One out of every five new recruits is a woman. They constitute 15 percent of the American military.

10/22/2014

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Philadelphia Help-to-College Program Reaches Milestone

The 25th anniversary edition of the “Step Up to College Guide” was released today, with a pep rally for students at Northeast High School.

10/22/2014

(Cami.  Photo by Timothy McLaughlin)

Wednesday’s Child: Cami

Seventeen-year-old Cami has a smile that can light up a room.

10/22/2014

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Staff And Students At Gloucester County School Create Human Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbon

Students at a South Jersey school raised awareness for breast cancer in a unique way on Tuesday.

10/21/2014

(Students from the Penn Alexander School, in West Philadelphia, get a lesson in mummification using a demonstration dummy at the Penn Museum.  Photo by Cherri Gregg)

Penn Museum Unveils New Program For Teaching 7th Graders Interactively

“Children sometimes recall facts, sometimes not; but they will always recall an experience,” noted Philadelphia schools superintendent Williams Hite.

10/21/2014

(Photo by Jim Melwert)

For The Visiting Under-30 Crowd, A Traditional Philadelphia Eye-Opener

“What better way to start the day than the traditional Philly way,” said Forbes editor Randall Lane, who took part in the run up the art museum steps.

10/21/2014

The Philadelphia Tea and Coffee festival. (Credit: Karl Mischler)

Hear Philly: Something Special Brewing At Coffee & Tea Festival Philly

You’ve heard of beer festivals, but November 8th and 9th it’ll be some warmer beverages taking center stage in the Philadelphia area.

10/21/2014

(Photo by Cherri Gregg)

Union League Holds a Job Fair For US Military Veterans

One attendee said his biggest challenge is translating his military experience into words that are revelant to civilian jobs.

10/20/2014

(Former White House intern Monica Lewinsky speaks to Forbes' "Under 30 Summit" in Philadelphia.  Photo by KYW's Melony Roy)

Monica Lewinsky Tells Philadelphia Millenials About Her Ordeal in the Spotlight

“I was patient zero” — the first victim of cyber-bullying — says Monica Lewinsky.

10/20/2014

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Soldiers National Museum In Gettysburg To Close

A Gettysburg museum featuring a model Confederate encampment and many Civil War artifacts is closing after more than half a century.

10/20/2014

(Gloria Casarez stands in front of the Rainbow Flag outside Philadelphia City Hall in October 2010.  Photo by Mitchell Leff, provided by City of Phila.)

Gloria Casarez, Philadelphia’s Head of LGBT Affairs, Dead at 42

“We’re going to miss her,” said Mayor Nutter, who created the Office of LGBT Affairs in 2008 and appointed Casarez to head up the office.

10/20/2014

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Pa. Court Affirms Right of Group To Hurl Invective Outside Center City Mall

A local group called the Israelite School of Universal Practical Knowledge has received city permits to speak on the sidewalk near Liberty Place, at 16th and Chestnut Streets, voicing hatred toward whites, Asians, and other groups.

10/20/2014

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KYW Newsradio’s Old Neighbors, New Neighbors

After forty-two years on Independence Mall, KYW Newsradio moves to new studios and newsroom at the CBS Broadcast Center, 16th and Spring Garden Streets!

(Credit: Randall E. Scott)

Harry Potter Festival In Chestnut Hill

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