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Thousands Brave Chilly Rain To Take Part In 37th Annual Broad Street RunOn your mark. Get WET. Go! Thousands of runners and spectators braved the cold and rain Sunday to be part of the 37th annual Broad Street Run.
Camden Residents March Against ViolenceAfter a particularly violent month of April in Camden, New Jersey, residents marched Saturday to take the streets back.
SEPTA Warns Riders Of Detours Related To Broad Street RunTens of thousands of people are expected to run and watch the famous 10-mile Broad Street Run on Sunday. But with Broad Street being closed comes some SEPTA detours.
Logan Hotel's Rooftop Lounge Ready To Open For BusinessPhiladelphia's newest rooftop bar opens Thursday amid much anticipation among enthusiasts of the city's food scene.
Local Business Group Trying To Lure PayPal To PhiladelphiaWhen North Carolina passed it's discriminatory bathroom law recently, PayPal pulled its plans to build a new facility in Charlotte. That plant would have created 400 new jobs. Now, a Philadelphia business hub is urging PayPal to relocate here.
Penn Relays Set To Kick Off On Newly Resurfaced Franklin FieldThe Penn Relays are back in West Philadelphia. Thousands of athletes will compete at Franklin Field for four days -- but this year will feel different to the runners than years past.
National Reentry Week Aims To Help Reintegrate Former Inmates Into SocietyIt's National Reentry Week, a week dedicated to discussing how to help with the challenges faced by law-enforcement officials, the public and ex-offenders after that person has been released from prison.
Attorney General Kane Is Victim Of "Selective And Vindictive Prosecution,” Lawyers ClaimThat’s according to the latest motion filed by her lawyers in Montgomery County court in her fight against criminal charges alleging she leaked secret grand jury information and then lied to cover it up.
Governor Christie To South Jersey Biz: Looking Good, But....New Jersey Governor Chris Christie addressed the South Jersey Chamber of Commerce in Cherry Hill on Wednesday, touting the achievements of his administration while issuing warnings on a number of fronts.
Penn Vet Launches Revolutionary Robotics-Controlled Equine Imaging SystemIt's the first of its kind -- a robotics controlled imaging system that can be used on standing or moving horses. It's being developed at Penn Vet's New Bolton Center in Chester County.
Philadelphia Voters Make Commission On African-American Males PermanentThe Commission was convened by former mayor Michael Nutter in 2009 and has looked at issues such as violence, education and economic disparity, and criminal justice, that impact African-American men and boys disproportionately.
Above Average Turnout In Philadelphia For Pennsylvania PrimaryTuesday's Pennsylvania primary election turnout is drawing praise from the leader of a Philadelphia voter watchdog group.

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