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What's Next In Philly's Drive For Medical Marijuana Program?In Philadelphia, the Department of Licenses and Inspections has handed more than half-a-dozen zoning permits to would-be medical marijuana operators.
Activists Rally At Center City EPA Offices: 'This Fight Is Just Beginning'Environmental activists held a rally outside the EPA's regional headquarters in Center City Tuesday.
Little Flower Students Blossom At Philadelphia Flower ShowIt sounds like a perfect fit: Little Flower and the Flower Show. The Catholic High School for Girls located in Hunting Park will be making its first-ever appearance at the annual event.
NFL Scouts Descend On Temple University For Owls' Annual Pro DayIn a miniature version of the NFL combine, 15 Temple seniors and some players from other local universities ran the 40 and performed various drills designed to show the scouts who has what it takes to get their name called on draft day.
Cancer Treatment Firm Finds Permanent Home At Philadelphia Navy YardAdaptimmune ends a vagabond existence about six years after launching its U.S. operations in Philly.
Devils Backbone Brewing Company Looks To Make Mark On PhiladelphiaA Virginia-based brewery that drew inspiration from some of the famous breweries in the Philadelphia area is entering the Philadelphia market with a variety of taste testings and giveaways.
Haddonfield Gives Thumbs Up To New Nanobrewery A South Jersey community with a long-standing reputation as a dry town has given the green light for a nanobrewery.
Push Renewed To Get Phillies Great Dick Allen Into Hall Of FameStudents at Archbishop Ryan High School got a lesson in baseball and social justice Wednesday -- and the central focus of the presentation was a legendary and controversial figure who once played for the Phillies.
Panama Canal Expansion Leads To Delaware River Cargo Boom Philadelphia port officials say an expanded Panama Canal is having a positive impact on cargo shipments to our region.
Temple University Denies Halt In Stadium StudyTemple University is denying a published report that a feasibility study for a proposed campus football stadium has come to a halt.
SEPTA Reaches Out To Commuters About Dangers Of Being DistractedSEPTA safety officials greeted commuters at Frankford Transportation Center with pamphlets advising them to make the safe choice.
'Who Cares About Bread And Milk?': Pending Snowstorm Brings Rush On Adult BeveragesWith snow on the way many people have decided to stay home, relax and break out the bubbly.

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