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GameChangers: Tracey Fisher, Changing the Game on Re-Entry by LeadingTracey L. Fisher is on a mission to change the game on re-entry by leading by example.
GameChangers: John Clifford & City Team Ministries, Transforming By Feeding The Soul John Clifford, a chef who works as the food services coordinator at City Team Ministries, was once a recipient of the services that he now helps to provide.
More Beer Gardens Could Be Popping Up Across Philadelphia This SummerThis could be a bumper year for beer gardens. The city is exploring putting temporary pop-ups in 18 parks.
More Police Departments Across Pa. Keen To Acquire New License Plate Reader TechnologyThe new technology will allow police agencies throughout the Commonwealth to quickly and accurately check license plates.
Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Animal Rescue Spread "Puppy Love" Through Social MediaIn honor of Valentine's day, the Loews Hotel has teamed up with animal rescue All 4 Paws for a new social media campaign.
Drexel Students Get Expert Lesson On Conservation, Climate Change In Central AfricaSeveral top biodiversity researchers from that region spoke with students ahead of a major scientific symposium later this week in Washington, DC.
Local Hypnotist Teams Up With Group Helping Abused Women And ChildrenA local hypnotist is putting on a show to raise awareness and money for Laurel House which helps abused women and children.
Family, Community Mourn Norristown Boy Killed Trying To Rescue Dad From FireA Montgomery County family is mourning the loss of young boy who was killed in a fire when he ran back inside a burning home to rescue his father.
Feast For The Eyes At Cumberland County's Winter Eagle FestivalIt's a conservation success story: the resurgence of the Bald Eagle. The national bird, along with other native birds of prey, will be celebrated and seen Saturday at the 16th annual Cumberland County Winter Eagle Festival.
Cosby Back In Montgomery County Court For Day 2 Of Sex Assault HearingAttorneys for the 78-year-old comedian claim the charges are based on a deposition from a civil trial in 2005, which they say is protected by a so-called “non-prosecution agreement” with then-District Attorney Bruce Castor.
Controversial Mummers Routines Being Blamed For Funding Slump For Manayunk's Mardi Gras ParadeThe organizers of the 2nd annual Mummers Mardi Gras Parade are having trouble finding sponsors for the event, and believe it's because of the offensive routines and costumes displayed by a few comic and wench brigades at the New Year's Day parade.
Two Penn Alumni Create Social Network For College AdmissionsHoping to bring transparency to the college admission process, two friends armed with law degrees from the University of Pennsylvania have created a social network similar to LinkedIn, but for students.

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