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City Councilwoman Trying To Fix Loophole In Dispensary Zoning RulesA city councilwoman is trying to fix a loophole in Philadelphia's zoning rules for medical marijuana dispensaries after discovering a permit was granted for one near a day care center in her district.
Low-Income Philadelphians Graduate Philabundance Culinary Program Mayor Kenney and the staff at Philabundance cheered low-income Philadelphians graduating from a culinary arts training program to help them get jobs in commercial kitchens.
Former Eagles Bring Draft Weekend To CHOPA few former Philadelphia Eagles players bring some of the NFL Draft festivities from the Parkway to sick kids stuck in the hospital during the big event.
Philly Prisons Ramp Up Voter Education For InmatesThe Philadelphia Department of Prisons is stepping up its efforts to educate thousands of inmates about their right to vote in the upcoming May election.
NFL Draft Experience Now Open To FansThe NFL Draft Thursday night in Philadelphia, but the outdoor fan festival that accompanies the Draft is already open.
Police Arrest Alleged Organizer Of I-676 Bicyclist MobPolice say they have arrested the person who was allegedly responsible for organizing the event where hundreds rode their bicycles onto I-676 eastbound near 8th Street.
Police: Suspect Wanted In Killing Of Del. State Trooper Fatally Shot By Law EnforcementHe has been identified as Burgon Sealy.
Co-Working Space Moves Into Historic Building On North Broad StreetThe building will be renovated within the next 18 months or so and open for business.
Creato Trial Jurors View Scene Where Murder Victim Was RecoveredOn day four of David Creato's murder trial, jurors were shown photographs of where victim Brendan Creato was found in Cooper River Park.
Coalition Says Out-Of-School Suspensions Do More Harm Than GoodThe groups say out-of-school suspensions increase the risk for truancy and dropping out.
Woman Receives Congressional Award For Work Helping Victims Of Sex TraffickingA Delaware County woman was motivated to help victims of sex trafficking after going through a traumatic experience of her own.
Brotherly Love: Kids Help Write Songs Of Kindness for New CDFriday, a group of kids is throwing a community concert in Camden County. They're part of a non-profit that wants to spread good cheer with good music. We caught a rehearsal in Oaklyn, where the young performers are getting ready for the big show.

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