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Officials With Phila. Archdiocesean Schools Take Steps To Grow EnrollmentThe new agreement runs until 2022.
Camden Observes National Black HIV And AIDS Awareness DayWednesday was National Black HIV and AIDS Awareness Day. In observance of the day, officials in Camden held an event to better educate people on the disease.
'One Book, One Philadelphia' Events Kick OffFor the last 14 years, the program has encouraged literacy throughout the city by picking one book for people to read over a six-week span, and then having them discuss it.
Dozens Of Temple Students Escorted Out Of Stadium MeetingOfficials at Temple University are exploring the idea of building a football stadium on campus, but some Temple students have some issues with that.
Community Members Voice Outrage Over North Philly Hospital Set To Close Its Doors In MarchOne political leader has some requests of the hospital to help those affected by the closure.
Local Exhibit Highlights History Of Drawing In AmericaThis art installation features more than 20 drawings from the 18th to the 20th century.
NFL Legend Franco Harris Visits South Jersey High School For Special CelebrationHarris visited his alma mater, Rancocas Valley Regional High School, Tuesday night during a basketball game as part of an initiative for the NFL's Super Bowl 50 celebration.
Drexel Launches Program Aimed At Matching Philadelphia Residents With Essential ServicesDrexel University has launched an initiative that connects Philadelphia residents with essential social services.
Philadelphia Boys Choir Gets Ready For Annual Holiday PerformanceMusic director for the choir, Jeffrey Smith, says it's quite a task getting 80 boys ready for their holiday performance.
Med Students From Around Phila. Hold Silent Protest In Effort To Promote Racial Justice At Their SchoolsLocal students also took part in the rally.
Dozens Naturalized As U.S. Citizens At Ceremony In Delaware CountyFifty people representing 19 countries become American citizens Wednesday night at a naturalization ceremony in Delaware County.
Memorial For Salvation Army Collapse Victims Could Break Ground In June 2016Organizers looking to build a memorial for the six people who lost their lives in the 2013 Salvation Army building collapse in Philadelphia are close to raising enough money to construct the project.

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