Katz's Death Strikes A Hard Blow For Staff Of Philadelphia's Daily PapersLewis Katz's death has hit Philadelphia's daily newspapers especially hard. His victory in Tuesday's auction for ownership was seen as a boost for high journalistic standards. His loss is felt both personally and professionally.
Ex-Pennsylvania Gov. Rendell Invited On Doomed JetFormer Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell said Sunday that Philadelphia Inquirer co-owner Lewis Katz invited him on the doomed flight that crashed, killing seven.
'Pearls Before Swine' Cartoonist Out With Second Kid Sleuth BookA cartoonist whose strip “Pearls Before Swine” runs in the Inquirer is out with his second book about a kid detective who might just as well be called a kid deFective.
Amaro Says The Phillies Are Underrated, Can ContendRuben Amaro says the perception of the Phillies is wrong, and the team can contend in 2014.
Report: Sixers To Sign Former Temple Star Khalif WyattKhalif Wyatt showed flashes scoring prowess during his time with the Sixers at the Orlando Summer League. Those flashes, along with his impressive Temple career and work ethic, seem to have paid off.
Electrical Issue Delays Delivery Of Inquirer, Daily NewsAn electrical problem is to blame for a delay in the printing and delivery of today's Inquirer and Daily News.
Flyers Open Home-And-Home Set With DevilsThe Flyers will be looking for a second straight win tonight against the Devils.
6 Groups Vie For Casino License In PhiladelphiaSix operators of casinos are in a race for a second casino site in Philadelphia, as they face an application deadline this week.
Report: Andrew Bynum Headed To Germany To Have Knee ProcedureA report says that Andrew Bynum will go to Germany for a knee procedure.
Inquirer, Daily News Move Out Of Their ‘White Tower Of Truth’A landmark on the Philadelphia skyline undergoes a major, if invisible, change, beginning this evening. The 'Inquirer' and 'Daily News' building, a white tower four blocks north of City Hall, has a new owner and the papers are moving out.
2012 U.S. Open Underway in San FranciscoWhat to look for during this weekend's US Open.
Local Investors Buy Philadelphia Newspapers For $55M A group of powerful business leaders announced Monday they have closed a deal to purchase Philadelphia’s two largest newspapers from hedge funds for approximately $55 million, a fraction of what investors paid for them in 2006.