New Jersey Officials Look For Feedback On Later Start Times For StudentsOfficials with the New Jersey Department of Education held the first of three public meetings at Camden County College to see what parents, educators, and students think about later start times for the middle and high school classes.
Temple Holds Mental Health FairThursday's Fair at Temple University focused on helping folks with Psychiatric Disabilities participate in recreational and physical activities.
Free Library Of Philadelphia Kicks Off Its American Presidency SeriesWednesday's lecture was the first of the Free Library of Philadelphia's American presidency series.
Young Students Learn About Voting Process By Helping Out On Election DayHundreds of high school students learning about the Democratic process are helping out at polling places across Philadelphia Tuesday.
Renown Children's Book Author Helps Bring Life To New LibraryA beloved children's book author whose work is on permanent display in Philadelphia helps bring life to a new library.
Mixed Reaction From Eagles Fans Over Trade With BrownsThe Philadelphia Eagles have traded away five draft picks to move up to the second overall spot in this year's NFL draft. Now, Fans across the city are talking about the controversial move.
Ted Cruz Likens Himself To Bernie Sanders While Campaigning In PhiladelphiaGOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz is stomping for votes in Pennsylvania, and he started Tuesday night with an event in Philadelphia.
Local, State Officials Take Closer Look At Latino Voters In PhiladelphiaCity and state officials gathered for a town hall meeting Wednesday night to discuss Latino voters in Philadelphia.
Local Group Holds Forum To Educate People On The Muslim WorldA local organization held a forum, to better educate people on the Muslim World and its relationship with the United States.
Four Philadelphians Receive National Prize To Help Improve The Community Four Philadelphians win a share of a prize of a $5 million national pot to help better their communities.
Call For Gun Control Brings Dozens To City HallDozens of people gathered in solidarity at City Hall Sunday to take a stance against gun violence.
Starbucks, Philly Volunteers Teach Kensington High School Students Professional SkillsStudents at a Philadelphia high school get a taste of what it's like to be part work force thanks to Starbucks.

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