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Another Abysmal Offensive Effort Dooms Eagles In 23-17 Loss To DK Metcalf, SeahawksSeattle’s defense entered the game allowing the most yards in the NFL and most yards passing but held Philadelphia’s inept offense to 250 yards.
Philadelphia Leaders Launch Community Engagement Series On Police ReformMayor Jim Kenney and Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw were part of the discussion.
'We Need Volunteers': Local Nonprofits Encouraging People To Help Any Way They Can This Giving TuesdayAfter Thanksgiving, there’s a host of shopping holidays but there’s also an opportunity to give.
Powerful Storms Leave Flooding, Downed Trees Scattered Across Delaware ValleyIt's been a day full of severe weather, packing strong winds and rain.
Wife Finds Man Shot Dead In Wissinoming Garage, Philly Police SayPolice say this happened along the 5200 block of Comly Street around 6:49 p.m. Monday.
Trenton Surpasses Record For Homicides Set In 2013, Mayor SaysCOVID-19 set the year apart, with high economic uncertainty, closed schools and police officers facing quarantines, Gusciora said Sunday.
COVID In Philadelphia: Main Line Health Postpones Elective Surgeries To Make More Beds Available As Hospitalizations Rise Across StateHospitals are filling up again and there are staffing issues because so many health care workers are being exposed in the community.
'Everything's Different': Cyber Monday Sales Helping Local Small Businesses Stay Afloat During PandemicWith the pandemic, they're having to push more online sales in order to stay opened and stay safe.
Pennsylvania Gov. Wolf Vetoes GOP-Backed Bill On Limiting COVID-19 LiabilityWolf’s veto message argued that with the pandemic spreading, it is not a good idea to be providing legal protections “for noncompliance or carelessness.”