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Twitter has announced that all 288 million monthly active users will now have the option to receive direct messages for any user.
Federal prosecutors, the mayor and Philadelphia police officials met with more than a dozen community leaders Monday in the second roundtable discussion on community policing.
Following a scathing inspector general’s report last week, the public pressure for reforms at the Philadelphia VA office continues.
Charlie Alog, 62, pleaded guilty last December, admitting he lured his niece, 18, away from the crowd to view a family video upstairs, then sexually assaulted her.
Pennsylvania state representative Mike Vereb is asking Penndot’s acting secretary to reprioritize two bridges in his district, both over the Perkiomen Creek.
John Dodds, head of the Philadelphia Unemployment Project, is hoping that local lawmakers pass a law like New York’s, stopping employers from running credit checks on potential hires or current workers.
Among those who are joining the cause, at least temporarily, is Philadelphia schools superintendent William Hite.
Links to registration form is here. You can drop completed form at City Hall Room 142 until 5pm, or at 520 North Delaware Avenue until 12 midnight.
When Valerie Crabbe and Larry Harris got married, they already had six kids between them and decided to adopt two more. They now run a foundation to help foster kids.
When KYW began broadcasting “all-news, all the time”, the venerable publication was dropping 15 separate editions on newsstands every weekday, each with the latest breaking news.
This year’s ceremony marked 70 years since the liberation of some concentration camps and the end of World War II.
More than 50 food trucks lined up in Lot K and thousands of people turned out for food and fun in the sun, including Nadine from Mount Royal, New Jersey.
“One Man’s Trash” is a look at the trash picked up in Fairmount Park by just one person over the course of one year.
Funeral services were held in Saturday for four-year old Latiff Wilson, who was killed in a hit-and-run accident Monday.
The Philadelphia International records building in Center City will soon be no more.