Deal Allowing Uber, Lyft To Operate Legally In Philly Expires SoonA PPA spokesman says without a deal, look for resumed enforcement this weekend.
Another Step Toward Convenience For SEPTA RidersNo more searching for tokens or exact change.
Who Paid To Bring The DNC To Philadelphia?Two months after the Democratic National Convention, the host committee has released the list of donors who helped pay for it.
Philadelphia Art Teacher Singled Out For Statewide HonorLeslie Grace has taken her passion for art beyond the walls of her classroom.
From Truck Driver To Rockstar, New Creativity To American ClassicA classic American band is coming to town to play music from its first new album in 16 years.
No Vehicles Allowed On South Street On Saturday From River To RiverIt'll be a carless morning from South Street to Fairmount Park tomorrow, as the city clears the roads for recreational activities.
Civil Rights Leader Wants Camden House Designated HistoricIt's believed Dr. Martin Luther King Junior once stayed there.
Local Students Launch Their Business Careers At The BallparkLocal college students are getting off-campus and learning about the business of sports at the ballpark.
Philadelphia Events Designed To Bring Us Closer To PeaceThey call it "Peace Day," but it's more like a week of events underway now in Philadelphia.
Techies Camp Out For New iPhoneThe new phone is said to be faster, waterproof, and David likes the fact that it does not have a headphone jack.
Debate Heats Up In Philly: Should School Funding Should Be Decided In The CourtsThe state Supreme Court is deciding whether a lawsuit over Pennsylvania school funding can proceed.
Pass Or Fail? Pa. Supreme Court To Hear School Funding LawsuitMeeting in Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Tuesday in an appeal brought by advocates who say the state's education funding is inadequate.

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