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Color Vibe 5K Paints Thousands Of Runners To Support Good CauseIt was art class meets gym class on Sunday at Philadelphia Mills in Northeast Philadelphia.
Movie Review: 'Hell or High Water''Hell or High Water' is a crime-spree thriller about a pair of brothers, Toby and Tanner Howard, played respectively by Chris Pine and Ben Foster.
Khaki Shorts For Men In Workplace? The Debate Is Heating UpJuly was the hottest month on Earth in recorded history, and August is pumping out one 90-plus degree day after another. But as temperatures change, dress codes do not.
Impeachment Of Kane Still Possible Despite ConvictionKathleen Kane resigned as Pennsylvania’s attorney general on Wednesday. But despite her conviction on perjury and other charges Monday night, impeachment proceedings against her may continue.
Youth Development Organization Helps Camden Student Pursue Dreams In STEMUsing education, technology, and entrepreneurship, Hopeworks in Camden, New Jersey helps young men and women find new pathways to earn productive futures.
Beekeepers Guild Hosts Celebration Of Honeybees At Center City HotelNational Honeybee Awareness Day is August 20, but on Wednesday evening members of the Philadelphia Beekeepers Guild held a gala at the Sofitel Hotel in Center City.
Cockroaches Not Bugged At All By Heat WaveThe heat might be bugging you -- but bugs love it -- especially cockroaches.
Local African-American Leaders Take Active Roll In Clinton CampaignDozens of local African-American Democrats have signed on to a new effort within the Hillary Clinton campaign.
Kathleen Kane Says Her Future Is Brighter Than Her PastConvicted felon Kathleen Kane was in her Scranton office on her final day as Pennsylvania Attorney General.
First Responder Appreciation Day Celebrates Everyday HeroesWednesday marked the inaugural First Responder Appreciation Day -- where community groups said thank you to police, firefighters and medics across Philadelphia. Dozens of businesses participated in the grassroots effort.
Hillary Clinton Returns To Philadelphia To Launch Voter Registration DriveHillary Clinton will be back in Philadelphia Tuesday for the first time since claiming the Democratic presidential nomination here.
Philly School District Begins Installing 'Hydration Stations'They're more than just water fountains. The Philadelphia School District is beginning to install what it calls "hydration stations" in schools.

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