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Liver Transplant Recipient Shown Comfort At The Gift Of Life House Pays It Forward For ThanksgivingA Delaware woman who received a liver transplant in Center City earlier this year received lodging and support from the Gift of Life House in Center City so Thursday -- she and her family are paying it forward.
Congregants To Gather For Thanksgiving Eve Interfaith Service At South Jersey ChurchCatholics, Protestants and Jews will come together in Marlton, New Jersey tonight for an interfaith Thanksgiving Eve service. It's a tradition that's spanned more than three decades.
Philly's Top Cop Speaks Out On Bill Aimed At Protecting Identity Of Officers Involved In ShootingsOpposition is growing to a bill that would hide the identity of police officers involved in shootings in Pennsylvania. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey is among those speaking out.
Thousands Lace Up For 22nd Annual Philadelphia MarathonThe 22nd Annual Philadelphia Marathon kicked off Sunday as thousands of runners pounded the pavement through a scenic 26.2 mile track throughout the city.
New Shopping Destination In Dilworth Park This Holiday Season"Philly has an amazing artist and crafter scene-- so we wanted to give these small businesses an opportunity."
More Pressure For Action On Email Scandal That Touches Top Judges And MoreA special counsel ruled Eakins actions were not illegal, but a coalition of civic groups lead by a state senator is calling that investigation a cover up.
Security Increased At Linc In Wake Of Paris Terror AttacksPhiladelphia Eagles fans can expect tighter security at Lincoln Financial Field for today's game against the Miami Dolphins. It's all a part of the NFL's response to the terrorist attacks in Paris, France.
Exelon Corporation Demolishes Two Giant Coal StacksExelon Corporation dismantled two coal stacks in one of the retired areas of the company's Eddystone Generating Station.
High School Students Work The Polls On Election DayIt's part of a new program designed to engage young voters.
Free, Black Abolitionist Convicted In Delaware In 1847 Receives Official Pardon From State GovernorSamuel D. Burris was born into freedom in or around 1813 in the Willow Grove section of Delaware. He was well educated, the son of George Burris, a free Black man. But the younger Burris is most known for his acts of defiance.
Pa. Lawmakers Wrangle Over Budget, Some Education Programs In LimboPennsylvania lawmakers have spent months wrangling over the budget and the impact of the impasse is being felt statewide. The stalemate could have long-term effects on some of the state's most vulnerable: children.
7 Philadelphia Music Legends Get Their Plaques On Walk Of FameThe Philadelphia Music Walk of Fame on Broad Street is sporting seven new plaques today.
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