Protesters Interrupt Shakespeare Park Ribbon CuttingJust as the ceremony began, three activists with bullhorns came rushing to the podium.
Ride Share Operators Roll Out Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles in PhillyUber has launched uberWAV, a wheelchair accessible ride option in the Philadelphia region.
Penn Professor Analyzes North Korea's Test Launch Of MissileUniversity of Pennsylvania Political Science Professor Michael Horowitz says the Pentagon still doesn't know whether North Korea can "mate the missile to a nuclear warhead."
New Logan Square Green Space Now OpenHuzzah! The annoying but necessary detours and cones are being removed to reveal how PennDOT capped stretches along the Vine Street Expressway.
Philadelphia University Becomes Thomas Jefferson UniversityWhen the merger takes hold on July 1st, Philadelphia University will be renamed Thomas Jefferson University.
FOP Throws Support Behind Republican Beth Grossman For Philly DAFraternal Order of Police president John McNesby says Grossman, a career prosecutor, knows many of those in the police department because of her more than 21-years as an assistant DA.
Local Veterans Honored At 67th Anniversary Ceremony Of Korean WarAn observance at the Korean War Memorial at 2nd and Dock Streets marked an important moment in our nation's history.
City Controller Trashes Philadelphia Bigbelly CompactorsThe City Controller says those Bigbelly trash compactors around Philadelphia are in a sorry state. And, he claims, they're not working as advertised.
Opposition Growing Over Plans For Offshore Drilling Along NJ CoastlineAlong the Avalon Boardwalk, elected officials, environmentalists, and tourism leaders are expressing concerns over the prospect of off-shore oil drilling.
Major Cuts To Medicaid Could Hurt Special Ed Services In SchoolsWith all of the sweeping health care changes under consideration by Senate Republicans, now meeting behind closed doors, critics say it would put school children who receive special ed services in harm's way.
Historic Preservation Declares Philadelphia 'National Treasure'Research by the National Trust for Historic Preservation says Philadelphia is losing more of what it calls "irreplaceable historic" buildings than similar cities.
School Children Help Dedicate Newly Constructed Playground At Penn Treaty ParkCity officials, neighbors and school children gathered on the banks of the Delaware River Wednesday to celebrate a $576,000 newly constructed playground at Penn Treaty Park.

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