Effort To Revitalize Nicetown Helps Put Formerly Incarcerated To WorkA new project is expected to revitalize the Nicetown-Tioga section of the Philadelphia, while putting formerly incarcerated city residents to work.
South Jersey Man To Graduate Med School Despite DisabilityA South Jersey man who is legally blind is preparing for his big day-- graduation from medical school.
Beloved North Philadelphia Bakery Re-Opens After FireA beloved North Philadelphia bakery will re-open Tuesday, fourteen months after catastrophe caused it to close its doors. As KYW Community Affairs Cherri Gregg explains there's much sweet anticipation.
UPenn To Host Second Annual "Courage Game"The second annual Courage Game kicks off next weekend on U-Penn's campus.
Harriet Tubman's Legacy Alive And Well In Bucks CountyA statute of Harriet Tubman stands along the Delaware River in Lions Park in Bristol Borough.
Philadelphia Prepping For DNC ProtestsThe nation's eyes will be on Philadelphia during the Democratic National Convention in July. Protesters are already making plans to set up shop, and the city is already giving out permits.
Rutgers-Camden Students Depart For Presidential CommencementRutgers-Camden students got up early Sunday morning to head to main campus in New Brunswick to hear a very special commencement address.
Southwest Philly Festival Designed To Spark ChangeThe community-driven effort aims to spark more businesses along Woodland Avenue.
‘Declaration of DJ-Pendence’ Part Of Local Effort To Reclaim Hip-HopDozens of DJ's gathered on Independence Mall Thursday to take back hip-hop.
Philadelphia Mom Celebrates College Graduation Of Four ChildrenThe last of seven children from one Southwest Philadelphia family will graduate college Friday. The family is celebrating in a way that'll ensure they never forget.
Northeast Philly Man Gets Clemency, Released After Nearly Two Decades Behind BarsA Northeast Philadelphia man is now home after spending nearly two decades behind bars. He is one of the thousands of non-violent drug offenders who received excessive prison time under the strict sentencing guidelines of the 1990's.
Tens Of Thousands Lace Up For Annual Susan G. Komen Race For The CureAn estimated 100,000 people laced up Sunday, donning pink T-shirts, hats, headbands, and more to signify their solidarity with their mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts and friends who have battled breast cancer.

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