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Mayor Kenney’s proposed city budget would up the number of units available and help integrate with police dispatch.
The “Eddie Eagle” program has been found to be ineffective at stopping kids from using firearms.
Made with buttered popcorn, peanuts, and caramel, Milk Jawn's pints have all the flavors of the ballpark.
Philly rec centers are hosting an NRA youth gun program, Outlaw says. Studies show it’s not effective.
Other officials expressed concern over the partnership with the lobbying group, which has sued the city over firearm safety laws.
After ads disrespect Philly street art, London oat milk brand faces backlash, calls to invest in local creators
Repeating series of the posters, which affect an edgy style, were placed over artists’ work around the city.
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Virtual internships (which aren’t going away) can actually work really well, say Philly college students and employers
There's no location barrier when it's all remote — and being good at Zoom is now a vital workforce skill.
Some of the backlog is for second shots. The health department says it's working to reduce the overflow.
Compare the pace of vaccine delivery across the city, region and state.
The numbers bode well for businesses in the heart of the city after a rough year.
More than 200 locations are approved to receive doses from the city health department.
Philadelphia, consider it your springtime mission to scrape these bugs out of existence.
Indego is in the middle of a major expansion.
Soon you'll able to order a bottle of Papa Juan, a whiskey-based twist on the Dominican drink mamajuana.
Logan Circle’s picturesque oasis has a fascinating backstory.
The pace of vaccination has picked up, but a third of doses are delivered at the Convention Center FEMA site — which is slated to close at the end of April.
The youth ombudsperson proposal pits young Philadelphians against the very office tasked with protecting them.
Filed in federal court, the lawsuit also cites the removal of the Rizzo statue and the demotion of a police captain.
The assertion that boys are always physically stronger has been disproven. Advocates call the proposed legislation “cruel.”