Agholor Gets Fresh PerspectiveNelson Agholor believes he has a greater appreciation of his job than ever before.
Business Booming For Local 'Shark Tank' WinnersA natural deodorant startup that appeared on ABC's 'Shark Tank' is growing. With a new product about to hit the shelves, just how well is the Philadelphia-based company is doing nearly one year later?
Philadelphia's Principals Union Elects New PresidentMembers of Teamsters Local 502 of the Commonwealth Association of Administrators have elected Longstreth Elementary principal Robin Cooper as their new president.
Southeastern Pennsylvania Remains Under Drought Watch Despite RainThis week’s rain has not provided enough moisture to lift the drought watch for the five counties of southeastern Pennsylvania.
At Market Street Building Collapse Civil Trial: Enter Former Chief Justice CastilleRetired Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice Ron Castille's brief appearance at the Market Street building collapse civil trial became the subject of debate in the courtroom, without the jury present.
Judge Denies Stein Campaign Request For Recount In Montgomery CountyA judge has shot down a motion from Green Party candidate Jill Stein requesting a recount of presidential election results in 78 voting districts in Montgomery County.
PSPCA Adoption Event Seeks 'Purrfect' Homes For 30 KittensIt's called "Whisker Wonderland." A pet adoption event placing kittens in good homes.
Philly Police, FOP Collect Old Cell Phones For Victims Of Domestic AbuseThe Philadelphia Police Department and the Fraternal Order of Police are spearheading a drive to collect old cell phones to help victims of domestic violence.
Officials Put Brakes On Proposed Rail To Trail Project In Bucks CountyA proposed bike trail connecting Montgomery and Bucks Counties has been hung up by a small but determined group of residents in Northampton Township.
Pennsylvania Mosque Target Of Anti-Muslim Hate SpeechMosques in California, Georgia and one in Pennsylvania have been the target of anti-Muslim hate letters. The notes appear to be written by Donald Trump supporters.
West African Immigrants Who Sought US Refuge From Ebola Fear Losing Legal StatusThousands of West African immigrants sought refuge in the Philadelphia area when the Ebola virus ravaged their home countries. Now that the crisis is over, many could lose the right to stay in the United States.
Americans Can Show Generosity On Giving TuesdayIt's the fifth year of the global giving effort known as Giving Tuesday -- and you can make a difference.

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