Unconventional Narrator Highlights Philadelphia's Next ‘One Book' ChoiceThe Philadelphia Free Library has selected an award-winning mystery novel
Phila. City Council Urges SEPTA, Worker’s Union To Avoid StrikeCouncil passed a resolution urging both sides to resolve the contract quickly.
Pennsylvania Is Target Of Intensive Get-Out-The-Vote Effort By Clinton CampaignThe Clinton campaign is preparing what's being called "the most intense election day operation" Pennsylvania has ever seen. Meantime, the Trump campaign is taking a more low-key approach.
Mayor Kenney Signs Executive Order On Gifts To City WorkersPhiladelphia Mayor Jim Kenney has kept a campaign promise and tightened up the rules on gifts to city employees.
Philadelphia Councilman's Staff Face Fines For Ethics ViolationsThree staff members in Councilman David Oh's office will pay more than $3000 in fines for violating political activity restrictions.
New Virtual Reality Exhibit At Franklin InstituteGood news: the exhibit is included with regular admission.
Open Enrollment In Affordable Care Marketplace Will Bring Unpleasant Changes To ConsumersWhen the Affordable Care Act open enrollment period begins next week customers will see some changes, including fewer choices and higher prices.
Philadelphia Union League Staircase Damaged After Man Rips Brass Railing, Officials SayOne of the iconic twin circular staircases leading up to the main entrance of the Union League of Philadelphia has been damaged.
Giving Philadelphia Its Due In The Life Of Alexander Hamilton Millions of people have fallen in love with the musical "Hamilton," with no hope of ever getting tickets. But Philadelphians, take heart: You're closer than you think to the events the play depicts.
New Commission Represents LGBT Community In PhiladelphiaLGBT Affairs director Nellie Fitzpatrick said the Commission will advise the administration on the communities needs and experiences.
Presidential Campaigns Return To PhiladelphiaAfter a short lull, the Philadelphia area is back in the presidential campaign spotlight.
New Law Will Give Some Workers In Philadelphia A RaisePhiladelphia Mayor Jim Kenney on Thursday signed into law a bill expanding who is required to pay their workers the prevailing wage.

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